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!

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 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 22 minutes
Servings: 25 Servings
Calories: 92kcal
Author: Jenny
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Ingredients

  • 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

Instructions

  • 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.

Nutrition

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

  2. erin

    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.

  3. 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+++++

  4. Megan

    I made these to add to my christmas cookie plates and they got rave reviews! I used mint oreos ๐Ÿ™‚ 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!

  5. 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.

  6. Mandy

    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!

  7. 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?

    1. Jenny

      Hmm, did you put enough brownie batter on each side of the Oreo? Maybe on your next batch take them out just a little earlier ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. sherry

    I made these today .. mine look just like the pic, but I have to say they most def look better than they taste, maybe too rich for me, but my daughter loved them.

  9. Gina

    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!

  10. 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!

  11. Erin

    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 ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. 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!

  13. 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!

  14. Holly B

    Oh I am so going to make those with the Peanut butter filled Oreos, and drizzle on some melted peanut butter chips…nom!

    1. Mandy

      That sounds yummy !!! Im making some now but using white chocolate drizzle and crushed candy candy.

  15. 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!

  16. Heather D.

    Love these! I’ve made them twice so far (and bought more Oreos today!!!). I used the Cool Mint oreos and Oh.my.gosh!!! 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!!!

  17. 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.

  18. 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?!?!

  19. Sadie

    I made these this past weekend for an party and I was delighted by the turn out! Thanks for another great recipe. I posted your recipe on my blog.

  20. Heather J.

    Followed the directions exactly and still had a really tough time getting them out of the pan. The few I managed to save were pretty good though.

  21. 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.

  22. Amy

    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!!

    1. Stephanie Chandler (Ava's Avenue)

      Ditto everything you said! I’d LOVE to know the “trick” ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Melissa

    Just made these tonight! SOOO good! Mine don’t look EXACTLY like yours, but they’re still cute enough! ๐Ÿ™‚ I put a pic on my blog if you wanna see! Thank you thank you! They’re delish! You are genius! ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. Mandy

    I made these…and they exceeded my expectations.. Out of this world yummy…and super easy!!

  25. 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!

  26. 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?

  27. Jen @ How To: Simplify

    Oh my goodness…that’s it. I think I’m going to make these next. My husband would love them!

  28. 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.

  29. Bekah

    I just made them with the peppermint Oreos… they’re a little piece of heaven. My kids LOVED to help make them and EAT them!

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