Brownie Covered Oreos

These Brownie Covered Oreos are such a delicious Oreo cookie recipe that’s perfect for your Holiday baking! They’re so good, you’ll want to make them all year round!

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Brownie Covered Oreos

My Brownie Covered Oreos are such a treat and a favorite Oreo Cookie Recipe! Christmas Cookies are so much fun to bake for family and friends!

To help the you in the kitchen this Holiday Season I have whipped up an ULTRA simple Christmas cookie that is not only the cutest little thing I’ve seen but is absolutely delicious! I mean come on, can’t you just imagine how good oreos wrapped in fudgy brownies are? Well lucky for you this recipe only involves a couple ingredients and is done in record time!

These will be so cute on any Christmas plate or cookie exchange, have fun and enjoy!!

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What Makes a Good Christmas Cookie Recipe?

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Christmas Cookie Recipes should be decadent, thoughtful, a bit fancy, colorful and perfect for gift giving to family and friends. These fit the bill perfectly!

How To Make Brownie Covered Oreos

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Here’s your line up. Don’t worry if you can’t find the Holiday Oreos, any Oreo variety will do 🙂 Please note,  I currently use Ghirardelli white melts found in the baking isle of your grocery store.

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Whip up your brownie mix….

Time to dip! Yes, your hands will get messy….the more for you to lick 🙂

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Place your dipped Oreos in muffin tins that have been sprayed with cooking spray. Non-stick is best.

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Drizzle with white chocolate, sprinkle and you get these little cuties! Wait until you take a bite, the Oreo gets kind of cake like…mmmm!

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Tips For Perfect Christmas Cookies

  1. Use any flavor Oreo Cookie you’d like. The Holiday variety has a red center that looks amazing when cut in the middle.
  2. Use a non-stick muffin tin for best results. Much easier to remove after baked.
  3. Ghirardelli makes awesome white melts that microwave beautifully and makes drizzling over top a breeze.
  4. Store leftovers in an airtight container for 3-4 days room temperature or 5-6 days chilled.
  5. Note, Oreos get cake like when baked. They do not stay crunchy 🙂

Brownie Covered Oreos

These Brownie Covered Oreos are such a delicious Oreo cookie recipe that's perfect for your Holiday baking! They're so good, you'll want to make them all year round!
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 12 mins
Total Time 22 mins
Servings: 25 Servings
Calories: 92kcal
Author: Jenny
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  • 1 Brownie mix or use your own brownie recipe
  • 1 package Oreos I used the Holiday Oreos
  • White chocolate melted for drizzle
  • White nonpariels Sprinkles


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Prepare brownie batter according to package directions.  Leave in mixing bowl.  Dip Oreos in brownie batter then place in bottom of a non-stick muffin pan that has been generously sprayed with cooking spray.  Bake for 12-15 minutes, until brownies are cooked through, doesn't take long.  
  • As soon as you remove the brownies from oven, take a plastic knife and run along edges, this is VERY important so the brownies come out nicely from muffin pan. Let cool for 5 minutes, remove drizzle with melted white chocolate.


Calories: 92kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 2g | Sodium: 61mg | Sugar: 10g | Iron: 0.6mg
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246 Responses
  1. Julia

    If you use a box mix, should you use the recipe for cake-like or fudgy? I only ever make my brownies fudgy, but I didn’t know if it would matter.

  2. Lisa B.

    I make oreos dipped in white candy melts and sprinkled with crushed peppermints every year. I’m curious if I could do the same with these. Overkill, I know, but I think they would be amazing.

  3. Suzanne

    I wonder if it would work using cupcake liners, since many have had trouble removing them from the pan? There look so yummy, I think I’m going to do them for Valentines day!

  4. I made these for today’s cookie exchange at work. I love that one brownie mix is the perfect amount for one package of Oreos! They have been taunting me since last night. I had just enough for the cookie exchange – not enough for me to try, too. They smell soooooo good. I’m going to have to buy another mix for one more batch – this one for me!!

  5. I love your blog! I love your recipes! I’ve made these over and over again and love them so much! I featured them this year in my Christmas goodies to my neighbors! I also featured them on my blog and shared a link to your post!
    Thank you–have a Merry Christmas!


  6. Hylee Sproull

    Made these tonight and found the cooking spray didnt help and lthe brownie delights stuck. Next batch, I used Crisco baked and crossed my fingers. Baked 12 minutes-Took out let set 2 minutes-ran knife around and they came out beautifully. Sometimes its alright to use Crisco!!.. enjoy baking!

  7. Marlene Allen

    I was wondering how to store these. We are making up cookie trays for a Relay For Life Fundraiser and we will have to make about 60 dozen cookies so I will have to start baking soon and need to know if I can freeze them. Thanks for the great idea.

  8. Melanie H

    I made these today and decided to use a muffin cup so they wouldn’t stick. The shape came out perfect and I didn’t have to worry about mess in the pan!

  9. Savannah

    Oh my god I just took mine out of the oven and they are by far the most perfect thing I have ever made, thank you so much for this recipe!!! Keep making recipes with Oreos!!!!

  10. Julia

    This recipe is fantastic! I happened to stumble upon your website the other day and love that every recipe is so easy: all the ingredients are already in my kitchen and the steps are so simple! Love it! My brownie-covered oreos came out just like the pictures! I will definitely recommend this recipe and I can’t wait for the cookbook to come out in September! Thank you!

  11. Erin

    I’m new to your site but I love your recipes. You know what would make this one even better? Using mint oreos! I’m going to definitely try this. : )

  12. I just made these today.. I am in an extended stay hotel, so currently using a convection oven and no muffin pan.. Anyways, I just used regular cupcake liners and left the brownies in them until they are eaten. Hopefully the liners will peel off fine in a few hours! Mine don’t look near as pretty as yours but they taste so delicious! Love!

  13. Summer

    *Helpful Hint*
    Spray your pan with “bakers joy”….it will make you a joyful baker when making these. They will just dump right out of the pan.:)

    1. A little late, but to your question, yes! I used both silicone liners and regular liners. They don’t come out as pretty and ‘cookie’ shaped, but they are easy to do and still taste just as delicious!

  14. Amy

    Just made these using the Trader Joe ‘Candy Cane Joe Joe’s’.. so far, looking good! Love the simplicity.. and something unique and different.

  15. Amanda

    I know this is an old post. But I had these bookmarked for a while and made some last night for a holiday party. I used the Baker’s Joy spray and a silicone muffin pan. I thinned the brownie mix with an additional 1/8 c. water and it worked perfectly. I was worried when I popped the first batch out, because the edges looked weird. A butter knife around the edges within the first minute from the oven solved the problem though. I let them cool in the pan for about 15 mins. then they popped right out on the wax paper. The mint oreo + brownie is a wonderful combo!

  16. Tiffany

    Hi guys! I used the Betty Crocker with Hershey’s brownie mix. I was worried at first bc the batter was so thick and not quite as “runny” as the one in the picture, but they actually turned out fine. Boy was it a pain spreading the batter on each oreo without pulling them apart, but it was definitely worth it! I also drizzled white chocolate on the top of mine πŸ™‚

  17. Tiffany

    I just tried these! They turned out so good. Man, dipping those Oreos is really messy! But it was fun! I like getting to draw fun shapes on the cookies with the icing too. Great recipe! I can’t wait to try more!

  18. Kristen

    This is really a wonderful recipe for special holidays or just a simple snack time. I couldn’t believe that there are brownies that looked so cute and small. And I was thinking of square brownies with nuts as their toppings. It seems easy and he best thing is baking consists of 12-15 minutes.

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  19. Megan

    Finally just got around to making these! I had a little trouble with some of them sticking, but otherwise they were great! I topped them off with melted drizzle from a Hershey’s Cookies N Cream and a regular Hershey’s bar. Dee-lish! Thank you for all you do! I check this site daily, and have had a number of successes using your wonderful recipes. πŸ™‚

  20. Karen

    Curse you Picky Palate! First it was the bakery style cookies made with Oreos and now these. We made them as minis (with mini oreos of course), using Ina Garten’s brownie recipe and they turned out great! As if Ina’s recipes or Oreos couldn’t get any better…

  21. Sandra Bybee

    My co-worker just made these and brought them in to share…
    I was lucky to have gotten one by the time i came in to work
    at 7pm! They were a huge hit and I will definately be making
    these all year as gifts!

  22. Shirley

    Making these now for the first time. I am always baking and looking for new recipes so I’m excited to be trying something new!

  23. micayla

    decided to make these, and used oreos.. but then had some extra batter so i took some tagalongs (girl scout cookies) and used those! just put them in the oven and can’t wait!

  24. Jeana Dowd

    I was talking about all the different variations of these cookies with co workers….i was doing the stuffed ones so he did the brownie oreos. he used cupcake liners…everyone was so surprised to bite into them and get an oreo too!!

    As for my stuffed ones…..RAAAAAAWWWWWRRRRRRR!!!! love love love them!

  25. Lisa J

    Making these right now. Pretty sure they won’t turn out exactly as they are supposed to. I used the same brownie mix as in the picture but it’s so darn thick that I am getting too much brownie per cookie. Have 24 baking in the oven and doubt there is enough batter for all of the remaining cookies. I’m using the regular muffin pans I have. They will certainly be edible and good but not sure how they will look when done. Doubt hubby and 3-year-old will really care.


    I needed to make something special for a “thank you” and turned to you….. started at today… which looked amazing by the way….kept on going backward while bookmarking things left and right..(thanks for many days of meals <3 )…… then I got to these … stop… "honey, your in charge, gotta run to the store"……. just finished cleaning up and WOW these are a serious treat! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity!

  27. I made these, the neighborhood kids were playing outside. I brought them HOT, Un-iced – to the dads. I think they went weak in the knees.

    Mine did not stick at all. BUT they looked like mini-cakes. When I looked like at your sample pan, it didn’t have a rounded bottom. I’m all about the looks (after the taste) and I want mine rounded, too.

    Should I use much less brownie mix?

    mess – I used a candy dipping tool and there was no mess
    sticking – (posted earlier) i coat my pans with butter then flour – guaranteed to work

    My friend suggested Double Stuffed Oreos. She is a sugar freak! lol
    My other friend suggested adding a Reese’s cup on top of the Oreo, after it was originally dipped. (I think I’d go into a sugar coma).

  28. I just recently made these for our house warming party, well tried to anyways. They looked good, but I baked them according to the brownie recipe for the time and totally burnt the crap out of them πŸ™
    Well now I know not to cook them for a long time!

  29. Nica

    How the heck did you keep the brownie soft? I tried using all sorts of temperatures and times and they still came out hard as a rock.

  30. Liza

    Made these with my sis and loved them .. after we fixed it :). We baked it for a few minutes less, I like my brownies chewy, and since baking them in the pan proved messy and turned out crunchy brownies, we lined the cupcake tins with paper liners and sprayed the liners, the brownie batter rose much higher and we got yummy brownie covered oreos. Unlike the chocolate cookie covered oreos I prefered these at room temp instead of warm but to each his own πŸ™‚ thanks for the recipe

  31. Nicole

    I made this a couple of times this past month. They have been a hit with everyone who has tried them! Thanks so much for such a simple/easy recipe! Everyone thinks they are difficult πŸ˜‰

  32. Kristin

    I made these using my silicon cupcake liners and they popped right out. They have a bit of the ridged edge from the liners but were delish!

  33. Sue

    I just made these and they will forever have a place on my Christmas Cookie tray. Easy and pretty and yummy! I had already purchased Trader Joe’s Candy Cane Jo Jo’s, so I used them instead of Oreo’s.

  34. I just finished making them and they are soooo good! My kids couldn’t stop eating them and they are for Christmas day! I made 32 of them. The reason why most people are saying they do not come out like the photo, is because most likely we are using too much brownie batter. Here, the baker dipped the oreo and then put in the muffin tin. I wanted more brownie with surprise oreo middle, so i put a little batter in the tin, put in an oreo and then covered with brownie batter. I topped some with crushed peppermint and others with drizzled cream cheese icing. These are definitely a keeper!

  35. HI! I just made these. My first go round I used a metal pan and they did stick pretty badly. I do need to get the Pam specifically for baking. The second 12 I used a silicone pan with a lot of Pam and let them sit for a few minutes before trying to take them out. Got 11/12 perfect. I think the trick is letting them cool a bit. But I will definitely be getting the baking Pam.

    Thanks for this fantastic recipe! I’ll be using it again for other holiday gifts. Great idea. I’m your newest follower!

    Merry Christmas!



  36. Kris

    I made these last night and used paper baking cups so I didn’t have to deal with greasing the muffin tin and the knife trick. I think that the amount of batter makes a huge difference. The last couple that I did, when I was getting low on batter, came out more like the photo. I liked them a little more as brownie cupcakes with Oreos inside! This is going in my permanent recipe book!

  37. My first batch looked like cakes too and then I figured out what I was doing wrong. To get them to look like pucks instead of ‘cakes’ you need to run a knife around the outer edge immediately after you take them out AND push the edge inward so it makes it tighter looking like a puck.

  38. valerie

    I made these in a regular muffin tin that I had and in jenny’s kind (I bought it just for this projects!). both came out great even though the muffin tin sizes were slightly different. the ones I made in my old muffin pan weren’t quite as nice but they were almost as nice as the ones made in the new pan. you probably wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference if I didn’t mention it to you. anyway, they turned out PERFECTLY. love the recipe. A+++++

  39. Megan

    I made these to add to my christmas cookie plates and they got rave reviews! I used mint oreos πŸ™‚ The only problem I had was the bottoms stuck even though I sprayed the pan… so I just put them in the freezer for about 5 minutes and they popped right out! Thanks so much, this recipe will definatly be on my list every year!

  40. Linda

    I was wondering has anybody tried putting them in cupcake liners to make it easier to get out of pan? I am dying to try them and have to wait till Wed night to try them but am definitely adding them as a last minute addition to the cookie trays.

  41. I just made these and made them 2 different ways. One I dipped them and let some of the brownie run off..they turned out just like the picture. The others I scooped a little extra of the brownie mixture on the top before popping them in the oven and they looked more like cakes.

    I didn’t have any problem with getting them out of the pan once they baked. I just “pan”‘d them well and everything turned out great!

    Thank you for the great recipe!

  42. Christine

    Thanks for the great recipe! I just made them and they were so good right out of the oven but a few hours later they are really hard. Any idea what I did wrong?

  43. Ok, YUM!! I just made a huge batch of chocolate covered oreos (chocolate covered, white chocolate and peanut butter) but never thought of this, will be running out and making these tonight for my daughters xmas party tomorrow for school!

  44. Sarah

    I used a wilton pan and they turned out perfect. I decorated mine with the red wilton sparkle gel for my regular ones and green sparkle gel for my mint ones, so cute!

  45. Such a great idea! I have always loved making chocolate covered oreos, so instead of drizzling I went ahead and dunked them completely in chocolate while skewered by popsicle sticks. Wrapped them up and tied off with ribbon to hand out πŸ™‚

  46. Traci Funk

    I made these this morning for my husband’s Holiday luncheon today and of course I had to try one – they are DELICIOUS and so easy- thanks so much for the recipe!

  47. Cheryl

    Made these this week- with the red Oreos and the mint Oreos. They didn’t turn out exactly like your picture, but close enough. The main thing is they were easy-peasy to make and DELICIOUS.

    Thank you!

  48. Melanie

    I just made a bunch of these and they all sinfully good! Thank you so much for this recipe! My family loves them! I can’t wait to make more for our holiday party. Thanks again!

  49. Heather D.

    Love these! I’ve made them twice so far (and bought more Oreos today!!!). I used the Cool Mint oreos and!!! I also used the Wilton Candy Cane burst white chocolate candy circles to melt on top! I have to keep giving them away because I can’t help myself! I brought them to work the other day and had several people tell me that they were the BEST THING THEY EVER ATE!!! The second batch, I added a tsp of instant coffee grounds to the brownies! That’s always a great way to deepen the chocolate flavor without a coffee taste! It made them EVEN better!!! Thank you soooo much for sharing! Off to make another batch!!!

  50. Lisa

    These are adorable, which is why I wanted to make them. First batch was a disaster – stuck to the muffin tin, did not want to budge, ended up destroying them to get them out of the pan. But . . . they did tast great! Next batch, cut circles out of parchment paper to put in muffin tin and made sure to not use as much batter. Much more pleasing to the eye! I plan to make a third batch tomorrow and I know they will be the best of all. They are fast and easy to make.

  51. Mandie

    Mine turned out like little cakes. I actually ended burning the first batch :/ so I put the second and third batches in cupcake liners, and that worked out SO MUCH BETTER. But they are cute and round like yours.

    How’d ya do that?!?!

  52. Jessie

    Thanks for the recipe! I used it for a cookie exchange and I won Best All Around Cookie! I actually used peppermint oreos (from Aldi) and used white chocolate and crushed candy canes for the topping. They turned out awesome! I’m definitely going to try with regular though.

  53. My friend & I are making these now, and although they taste DELICIOUS, they don’t look anything like the picture. Is your muffin pan regular sized? We clicked on your link, & it looks like a standard-sized muffin pan. Are you shaking off as much excess brownie batter as you can? How are you getting them so thin? We’re just trying to understand how you’re getting such a tight, cookie shape with your final product! They’re really yummy, though ~ ours just don’t look as cute!!

  54. Just made these tonight! SOOO good! Mine don’t look EXACTLY like yours, but they’re still cute enough! πŸ™‚ I put a pic on my blog if you wanna see! Thank you thank you! They’re delish! You are genius! πŸ™‚

  55. Shan

    Brilliant! I’ve put Oreos in brownies before, so can’t imagine why I didn’t ever consider doing it this way. But this totally works. Mine did look more like little brownie muffins for the most part, but I can deal w/ that. I used the mint Oreos, and I totally melted when I ate the first one. This is the total bomb!

  56. Rikki Morrell

    I am planning on making these wonderful treats..but I am having the hardest time finding the Winter Oreos. I know I can use the other types but I really like the way the red looks. Where did you find your Oreos?

  57. Robyn

    Mine tasted yummy, but they would not come out of the pan. The less batter I used the better. I don’t mind the cupcake look to them so I think I would just use paper liners next time.

  58. Tara

    I just popped these into the oven. However, now I’m kind of worried because I looked at the link you posted for your muffin pan which shows a regular 12 cup muffin pan but after looking closely at your photographs, it’s a mini-muffin pan that you used. Bummer. I hope they still turn out ok.

  59. Rachel

    I made these tonight. The main issue I had was that my brownie batter (Betty Crocker from a box) was REALLY thick. Yours looks more runny, based on the pictures. So my brownie coating was pretty thick around the oreo, I couldn’t just “dip” the oreo in the batter, I had to coat it on. So that’s why I think the batter rose a lot more and the end product was shaped more like a muffin instead of a covered oreo, like yours were. Idk, haha πŸ™‚

    I did the same thing one other reader suggested, which was to just turn the muffin tin upside down, and they just fell right out.


    1. Kaitlin

      I just put mine in the oven and came back to look at the recipe to make sure I had done everything right and had the time right and realized that I used the Betty Crocker box, too, and the batter was SUPER thick. It was hard to “dip” the Oreos. I think next time I’ll add an extra egg and some more oil and water to thin it out a bit because it was so thick!

  60. Just made these today, and tried using Keebler Chips Deluxe Original Cookies, and gingersnaps in addition to the Oreos. YUM! I couldn’t decide which I liked best; the Oreos or the Chips Deluxe. What a fun recipe!

  61. Angela

    I’m definitely making these this weekend! Any idea how long they’ll keep? I’d like them for a party Sunday and was going to make them tonight, but I wasn’t sure if I should hold off a little longer to keep the Oreo from getting soft…

  62. Vicky

    I saw these from Tastespotting (though I do have your website bookmarked for regular viewing) and knew I had to make them. So I went to the store and bought the holiday mint Oreos. I did not use a boxed brownie mix, I used my never fail crazy rich and wonderful brownie recipe, and man were these AMAZING. (No chocolate drizzle or sprinkles needed.) They’re so rich we could only really eat one or two. I brought some in for my co-workers and they all raved about them too!

  63. Yanely

    This looks sooo good!!!!!!! Quick question, Did you bake the entire package of Oreos at the same time or 12 at a time? Please let me know I really want to make this!! πŸ™‚

  64. Ang

    Hi Jenny,

    I made these delicious brownie covered oreos tonight. However, they did not turn out like the picture. As others have mentioned, mine turned out like little brownie cupcakes. How did you get yours to turn out like cookies?

    Thank you!

  65. Kimm

    My son saw these and asked if we could make them. They were really easy and a little messy (which is no problem in this house)! Some of them came out easy, and others stuck to the bottom. But they were a HUGE hit here. Thanks!

  66. DeDe

    I couldn’t get these to work right. I couldn’t get them out of the pan and they just fell apart – the ones that I did get out – were like little cakes too. Very frustrating because I bought all the stuff to make these and I just don’t know what I am doing wrong. These are way too cute and I want to do it right.

    What worked better for me was to make sure I have a really thin layer of brownie – make sure all the excess batter gets off the cookie and cook it on parchment paper on a cookie sheet.

    Thanks for the recipe – any tricks on how to make them like yours would be awesome. I am just not sure what I am doing wrong.

  67. I made these, they were evil. I probably have eaten like 12 in the past 3 days, next time they are going to work with my hubby. Very creative, but simple Jenny!

  68. Kimm Geria

    Made tonight. Mine don’t look like yours. I used a regular muffin pan is that the right size? Min seem more like cakes and don’t have the perfect shape like yours.

  69. Chyrl

    What a great idea! Oreos are my very favorite cookie. Next weekend is cookie baking and I am definitely going to give this a try. I give plates of treats to my family members and this is going to be on there. I hope I can find the holiday oreos! I see several other people had the the same question I had.Did you use a mini-muffin tin, but from the picture it appears that is what it is.

    Thanks so much for the idea.

  70. I tried to make them in my Mini cupcake pan, but it’s too small. So I used my regular muffin pan. I’m going to keep my eyes open for one that might be a little bigger then the one I currently have. But if anyone knows where I can find one please let me know.

    I baked these Monday night, WOW they smell amazing and taste super good!!!

  71. Eve

    These are so perfect for a cookie exchange I am going! I have to make 72 cookies and these are going to be super easy, plus so good and no one will expect them!! Thanks!

  72. Annie

    These have now got me torn on what to make for my work potluck (I’m always desert gal). I might just have to make both things I was planning on making!

  73. Jenny, you are so cute. I would have never thought to do this and now you make me want to run out and get Oreos. These are adorable and so easy! Your one smart cookie! πŸ˜‰

  74. Ernie

    So many possibilities…What about Nutter Butters? I haven’t had one in a while, but I assume you can’t go wrong with the combo of peanut butter and chocolate. You may have to break them in half to get them in a muffin tin though–or use a couple Nutter Butter Bites.

    1. Suzanne

      I had some leftover batter tonight when I made these. So, I used up the last 3 Nutter Butters in my pantry to give them a whirl. I cut them each up into three pieces (to make a total of nine tiny brownie covered nutter butter bites) and made them in the mini muffin tins. They are awesome!

      1. Ernie

        Ooh…I was thinking of all kinds of things you could Brownie-drown:
        Reese’s PB cups or any other kind of candy bar, really. Maybe too messy? A regular peanut butter cookie? What about cookie dough? OMG! I’m going crazy!

  75. Ali

    these looks SO yummy and easy! What could be better when looking for a holiday recipe?! These are totally going to be made for the teacher tins this weekend for my kids daycare! can’t wait.

  76. Laura

    Ok…here’s what I have figured out. Regular muffin tin. Oreos won’t fit in mini muffin tin. I had a hard time removing mine and they didn’t look as pretty as the picture. From her picture, I wasn’t sure if I was suppose to knife around the oreo or the outside edge of the tin. Hers looked so round and pretty.

    So, knife around the outside diameter of the tin. I “pattied” mine after I pulled them out and chipped off the hard brownie edges.

    I also tried baking them in muffin papers. I think I like that best. I just pulled the paper off and they look closer to the picture. You could also leave them in the paper and still drizzle. I think I’ll do that for my Christmas party and use green or red papers.

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  78. Jeannie

    Loved these. They were so delicious but most of them stuck to the muffin tin even though I used PAM. Any suggestions? Also, Do you have trouble with melting white chocolate? Mine always seems to get crumbly.

  79. Heather

    Thank you! I have 3 packages of oreos that I was going to make Oreo bark and/or Oreo truffles, but this looks WAY easier and great for my cookie exchange on Sat.

    BTW – Wonder if you could use a cake batter and come out with a similar result…

  80. tracy f

    Winter oreos! They *do* exist! My friend told me about these, but I have not been able to find them. (Regular groccery store?) I already bought my oreos, but now I think I’ll have to go look again! (Was going to make those candy coated ones, but now I might have to try these too!) Ohh… and I also recognized that cutie cakestand, I too just saw it at TJM! Love it! πŸ™‚

  81. Rachel

    I made these today for a cookie exchange. Instead of the white nonpareils, I topped them with crushed candy cane. SUCH a hit! Thanks for the great recipe!

  82. Erin Freeman

    My mom and I just made these and boy are they yummy! The only problem we had was they look like they were baked in a capcake pan and are the cupcake shape. Any ideas?

  83. jules p

    I have to say that when I saw this recipe I knew I HAD to make them. Girl…I literally stood, looking in my oven waiting for them to finish cooking. I let them cool a bit and devoured one. You would be proud…I saved some for my family!!:)

  84. I think you are an absolute Genius!! I love Oreos and am always looking for more ways to use them!! Thank you so much for this yummy recipe! Guess what I will be making tomorrow afternoon?

  85. I could see making these for my kids when they were young or for friends with kids but I would not normally use a purchased cookie for a holiday treat. Til now! My daughter is an Oreo FANatic; it has always been her favorite cookie so making a batch today to surprise her and co-workers with. Thanks…such fun!

  86. Paula

    I love your cookie recipes and have used many of them. I think this will top the list. What a great combination. I love your site and visit it every day. You are the best!

  87. Karen C.

    I was curious, where did you find that adorable cake plate? Thank you! And, these look delicious. They are on my christmas cookie list to bake. πŸ™‚

  88. Leslie

    Do you use a regular size cupcake pan or the mini-muffin pan? I have one but I am worried the size is too big for them to turn out right… Please advise!

  89. Okay, dumb question, and I’m sure I could figure it out if I just looked at an oreo and then looked at the pan, but is it a regular-sized muffin pan or a mini-muffin pan?

    1. Leslie

      I asked the Same Thing!!! hahahaha I am at work and I am so making these tonight so I was just making sure I didn’t need to pick one up as well… I could just seem me in the middle of the store measuring an oreo in a pan!

  90. Stacey

    ~~~As soon as you remove, take a plastic knife and run along edges, (this is VERY important so you get the cookie out with brownies not stuck to pan

    Ok so we should take them out of the pan right away or just loosen up the sides?? I am a horrible baker haha I can cook any dinner but baking is not my specialty but I would like to make these for my xmas party next week :))

      1. JennyBH

        I saw this recipe this morning & had them in the oven before my husband got home from work around 4!! (He’s since eaten THREE…LOL.)

        I ran a knife around the edges & still had a tough time getting them out, so I just put my cooling rack on top of my pan upside down & flipped it until they all fell out.

        p.s. Mine look like miniature cakes (I used a regular sized muffin pan) should I have used a mini-muffin pan?

          1. Stacey

            I used regular pans too, they were delicious!! Mine did look more like mini cakes not perfectly round like the pic but wow are they good!

        1. My first batch looked like mini cakes too, I discovered it’s because I covered them with too much batter. I don’t think they would fit into a mini muffin pan. Pillsbury makes a spray with flour in it (blue can), nothing sticks to that.

    1. I had a super hard time with getting them out of the pan too. I sprayed the pan really good, I loosened and then tried to remove, but still ended up with sticking. Out of the whole package of oreos, only 11 came out decent enough to serve at a party. The crumbs of the rest of them were good though…

  91. Cheryl Newton

    Oooh. These look yummy. I think I’m going to try them with golden Oreos. Gonna look way less Christmasy, but as much as I love chocolate, I don’t like chocolate cookies. Brownies I got no fight with, thank goodness!

  92. Oh My! πŸ˜€ You are a genius! πŸ˜€ I LOVE oreo’s (and brownies!)…now these will HAVE to go on my cookie trays this year! ;D Thank you so much! πŸ˜€

    Merry Christmas!
    ~Miss Rachel~

  93. Esther

    Oh these we will make on Tuesday with granddaughter. What temperature do you bake them at?? I am assuming maybe 350* ?? please let me know, thanks for sharing !!!!

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