These Oreo Stuffed Cookie Jars make the perfect gift for any special occasion! Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies are transformed into a sweet and chocolatey parfait style dessert!
Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Jars
I was so excited to bring one of these little Oreo Stuffed Cookie Jars to Amanda last week during out trip to Atlanta for the BlogHer Food Conference. I wrapped it nicely in my suitcase and when I opened my suitcase my little jar was broken!! I was devastated, but luckily we had plenty of treats over the weekend that made up for it 🙂
It’s basically the same recipe as my Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies just layered nicely in little jars.
Oreo Stuffed Cookie Jars
- 2 sticks softened butter
- 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 2 large eggs
- 1 tbsp pure vanilla
- 3 1/2 cups all purpose flour
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 10 oz bag chocolate chips
- 1 bag Oreo cookies I used double stuf
- In a separate bowl mix the flour, salt and baking soda. Slowly add to wet ingredients along with chocolate chips until just combined.
- Using a cookie scoop a large scoop of dough into the bottom of each mason jar. Layer with Oreo cookies, then cookie dough, repeating until you've reached the top of the jar, leaving 1 inch free.
- Bake cookies 15 to 17 minutes or until cookies are baked to your liking. Let cool for 5 minutes before transferring to cooling rack. Serve with a tall glass of milk & enjoy!
photo via Amanda
BlogHer Food Conference in Atlanta
Atlanta was great. Here is the view from our room. It was quite stunning. There is nothing better than a conference full of food bloggers. We did not waste any time, shortly after we arrived it was time to get ready for our first party. The ever so talented Susan from She’s Becoming Doughmesstic hosted a lovely party at the Hard Rock Cafe. She is superwoman if you ask me, really was a perfect night to chit chat with friends, eat some good food and talk with brands. I regret not taking many photos this trip, so I’ve borrowed my friends 🙂
photo via Sandy
Here we are just leaving the party with some great women 🙂
Left: Marla, Amanda, Jennifer, Kelsey, Carrie and Sandy
Photo via Leslie
Friday morning was the first session of the conference. Here is where I found the beautiful Leslie of Hungry Housewife, love her! We both had on the exact same colors, and outfits from Target 🙂
Photo via Amy
Here is my sweet friend Amy from Mom Advice. She is one of the sweetest most genuine women I have met. I wish we were in the same town!
Photo via Amanda
Where to Eat in Atlanta
Friday afternoon, Amanda and I skipped out of the 2nd half of the conference and went to some fun eats in Atlanta. First was Taqueria del Sol, which had some of the best tacos I have ever had. Next was Star Provisions, the treats you see in the above photo. Their bakery was gorgeous and that Homemade S’mores Bar was incredible. I must re-create it!
Photo via Lori
Here we are Friday night getting ready for the “Pork Crawl” an event put on by the National Pork Board and Jaden of Steamy Kitchen. Talk about a night of over eating! We were treated to 3 beautiful restaurants where the chefs created 3 course meals all with pork. It was unforgettable and I still need to work off all of that food!
Here we are in one of the biggest limos I have ever seen. Left: Lori, Angie, me, Jaden, Sandy, Georgia and Marla
photo via Amanda
Lunch Saturday afternoon was a real treat. All of these women are so incredible. I feel so lucky to have spent the afternoon with all of them!
Angie and I 🙂 What a treat to see her over the weekend.
Left: Shaina, Amanda, Lori and me 2nd Photo: Me and Betsy from Tasty Kitchen 3rd Photo Christy from Southern Plate and me 🙂
Photo via Aimee from Simple Bites
Saturday night was literally a dream dinner at Empire State South. If I ever make it back to Atlanta, this will be one of the first places I visit again!! Left: Alice, Sandy, Amanda, Carrie, Me, Tara, Aimee, Lori and Shaina
Photos via Aimee from Simple Bites
Some of the delicious food we ordered family style at Empire State South
Photos via Aimee from Simple Bites
Food Fun and Friends, doesn’t get much better than that!
Have a great new week! See you soon with a new recipe!!
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So everyone who went to BlogHer Food is gorgeous???? Sheesh. Your photos make me nervous to go next year. 😉
Loved seeing your photos!!! Who are those tow cute girls in the matching outfits..oh wait that’s us!!!! Love it!
Just loved our time together, but it was far too short! You are such a special person to me- love you, sweet girl!!
Looks like fun–and anything in a jar is so cute!
I just won a ticket to my first blog conference ever, and I’m so excited!
Such a fun way to do your cookies- I’ve never made anything in a jar before! Loved Atlanta & hanging out w/ all of you. FUN TIMES!
Looks like a fabulous trip! I’ve always wanted to go to Atlanta too!!!! And yes, wow, a foodapalooza.
So bummed I didn’t have a chance to chat with you in person at BlogHer – wanted to thank you for getting me in touch with the HerChannel folks and just have a chance to put a face to a name. Maybe at the next one!
Wouldn’t you have to make them quickly? It seems like the oreos would get soggy.
oh my gosh you ladies are all SO CUTE! i want to come next time 🙂
Jenny these pictures make me wish I had gone to BlogHer ATL! WOW!!!
You all look so amazing, beautiful, and happy!
It’s a treat for us bloggers, women, and for those of us who are mothers too, to get away for a weekend and spend time with like-minded others and learn, share, grow.
And also ride in limos and get dressed up and have a few drinks and have a blast, right 🙂
Thanks Averie! Wish you were there!! It was a fun time 🙂
Such a fun recap! Now I’m missing everyone all over again. It was amazing to meet you, Jenny!
It was fun meeting you but next time I hope we get to talk a bit more!
I agree Kalyn, wish we had more time to chit chat! Hope to see you again soon 🙂
Those Oreo jars are so stinkin cute! They would be great Teacher’s gifts for the end of the year! So jealous that you went to BlogHer Food. I’ll be at BlogHer11′ in August—> Will I see you there?!
I am hoping to make it up to BlogHer11, but not quite sure yet 🙂 It’s so close, would hate to miss it 🙂
What a great weekend. I am SO glad we got to have dinner together. Next time I hope we get to spend more time together. YOU my dear, are ACES!!
I feel the same way Carrie, it was such a treat to sit next to you at dinner, but am wishing we had more time!! Hope to see you again soon, love keeping up w you on Instagram by the way 🙂
Oh yah, I am officially addicted to Instagram, love that darn app!!
What a fun weekend with great friends! I always love spending time with you. Don’t you just love those Instagram photos?!
It was a fun weekend, however I am getting giddy thinking about Louisiana! Coming up so fast! Have a great day girl 🙂
Looks like such a fabulous weekend! Your Oreo jars are so fun!
Thanks Lauren 🙂
That looks like a lot of fun (the conference – not cleaning out a suitcase with cookie crumbles) On the cookie jars…I can’t tell from the photo, did you make the cookie dough and put it in the jars or did you put the dry ingredients in?
I prepared the cookie dough as usual and baked them right in the jar 🙂
Looks like Atlanta was a lot of fun! I’ve only been there for a flying visit so maybe I should explore it a little more!