Oreos. Mans greatest achievement. These wonderful snack cakes are enjoyable to everyone with a glass of milk. But man soon grows bored with his simple dessert. What else is there to do to an already amazing snack?! Fry it.
Step 1: Ingredients
10 (or however many can quench your insatiable hunger) Regular Oreos
1 Bottle of Vegetable Oil
1* Box of Pancake Mix
1 Mixing bowl
* Instead of pancake mix, you can just substitute your own pancake batter or even waffle batter.
Step 2: Make Your Pancake Batter
Whip out your favorite dry pancake mix (or wet pancake mix, but I doubt that exists) and use your eyeballs to read the instructions on it. Use everything it tells you. Don't assume that "Oh nobody will know if I skimp out on using two eggs, and instead use this fake egg solution I found at the grocery store!" They will know.
When you are making your pancake batter, use more flour than it calls for, or less milk. You want the batter to be thicker than normal that way it clings to the oreos. I also threw in some vanilla extract and cinnamon for taste.
Step 3: Fill 'er Up!
Pour in just enough oil to totally cover the Oreos and to give them room to move around without hitting bottom. Set your stove-top to medium-high (ours went to 10, and I had it on 7). Using a candy thermometer (or any thermometer, I won't tell anyone) check the temperature every few minutes. When that bad boy reaches 280 Fahrenheit (138 Celsius), your ready to fry!
Step 4: Batter Up!
Grab two or three Oreos and toss them in the pancake batter. Flip them about and make sure that no part of the Oreo is left uncovered. Make sure that you don't leave them in the batter for too long. Say the phone rings and you step away for a few seconds, that's okay. However, if your oil catches fire and you waste time trying to put it out, shame on you. Those Oreos could get soggy!