Deep Fried Oreos

Cookies · Desserts · Recipes · October 18, 2017

Deep Fried Oreos Recipe

Who here loves OREOS? Now that I think about it, I don’t think I’ve ever met someone that didn’t like them. Yes, I know people have their favorite “kinds” of Oreos, but everyone loves them – from Double Stuffed to Golden, to the special White Chocolate covered Oreos you get around the holidays, they’re everyone’s favorite cookies. Today, we take Oreos to a whole new level as I share the recipe for Deep Fried Oreos.

Yes, you may have tried them at your local fair or rodeo, and you probably loved them, but today I’m showing you how to make them at home. I must warn that they are so incredibly easy to make and so stinkin’ delicious at the same time. They’re so fun to change up too based on the kind of Oreo you make it with. Even today I saw Blueberry Pie Oreos, so imagine making them deep fried with that variety?! The options are endless.

Now, even I admit that too much fried food isn’t good for you, but if you’re looking for a fun and unique treat to make at your next party or get together, these Deep Fried Oreos will be a hit. Trust me – I know. I made them for some friends a few weeks ago and everyone loved them. Here is the recipe for you try yourself… I think you’ll LOVE them…


Fried Oreos recipe

Oh so good!!

How to make fried oreos

Believe it or not, I think I liked the Golden Oreos version the best, but since we’ve made these we’ve tried several Oreo varieties and they are all amazing!! I hope you agree these are dangerously easy and amazing!! I usually have all the ingredients on hand and my fryer close by, which means we’ve made these too many times. They are always a hit with guests and are usually well received since you usually only find these at the local carnival. 😉

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Deep Fried Oreos
Deep Fried Oreos is our favorite recipe for 'milk's favorite cookie'. Learning how to fry Oreos is so easy and super yummy.
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 20
  • oil (for deep fryer or deep pan) + 2 teaspoons oil
  • Oreos (your favorite variety)
  • 1½ cups pancake mix
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup milk
  • powdered sugar
  1. Heat oil in fryer to 375 degrees.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk oil egg and milk together. Stir in pancake mix and mix until there are no more clumps.
  3. Dip Oreos in batter with a fork and then place in hot oil. Fry until golden brown (it took about 2 minutes).
  4. Place Oreos on paper towel lined plate, sprinkle with powdered sugar and ENJOY!


Behind the Scenes - Deep Fried Oreos

Evie & Gav LOVED the Oreos and have already asked 6 million times when we’ll make them again. 😉

Deep Fried Oreos - one of our favorite guilty pleasures!! They can be made with your favorite variety of Oreo, fried to perfection and topped with powdered sugar.

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    IGU Meerpur

    Love this recipe. It was actually pretty easy and yummy!

      Lil' Luna

      Yes, it’s a super easy recipe and of course, delish! Thank you for letting me know!


    I was wondering what type of pancake mix did you use , I can’t wait to make these I’m going to use birthday cake oreos ( my favorite) and mint oreos for my niece her favorite! !!

      Lil' Luna

      Those sound good!!! I just used Bisquick, but any pancake mix will work 🙂 Thanks so much!!

    Mary Jane

    Is it complete pancake mix or regular?

      Lil' Luna

      I just used regular pancake mix 🙂 Hope that helps! Thank you!


    This recipe was quick and easy. My family loved them

      Lil' Luna

      I’m so glad they liked them 🙂 We love them too!! Thank you for sharing!!


    Is it possible to break this down? Me and my three year old are the only ones who eat them so this makes a lot of batter for only about 5-7 Oreos. Or is there a way to save the rest to make small batches every couple of days?

      Lil' Luna

      I haven’t tried freezing it and you can’t really half one egg, so maybe freezing would work. Or keep in the fridge and make a few more a few days later?? Let me know what you try, I’d love to know. With 5 kids, I never have leftovers! Thank you!

    Christina Valentine

    so I the recipe to the T the first time . And there was a lot of battery left. The second time I used a cup pancake mix in a half a cup of milk and follow the rest of the instructions to the recipe. I was able to make 12 dozen with that amount of batter . There was no batter to waste this time .


    Hey! Just had a fried Oreo at the fair and loved them and saw your instructions but what type of oil do I use ? Thanks

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