Introduction: The Great Quadroople Stuffed Oreo
Oreos are some of my favorite cookies, especially the double stuffed ones. The plain ones just don't cut it. So here in this simple instructable, I will show you how to make an Oreo cookie with twice that of a double stuffed Oreo (four times that of a plain one).
Step 1: Things You Need
Here is what you will need to make this awesome treat:
-2 double stuffed Oreo cookies
**the last two are kind of optional, but seriously, why would you have Oreos when your not hungry and have no milk?
answer: because they're delicious!!!
Step 2: Taking Apart the Cookie
Now that you have the things you need, it's time to venture into the world of the quadruple stuffed. The first thing you have to do to is take apart your cookies. When you do this, you'll want to have a good firm grip on the two black cookie parts (not to firm though, or else you'll break the cookie). Once you have mastered the grip, the real challenge begins: opening the cookie with all of the icing on one side. The trick here is to give it a slight twist and then pull them apart at an angle. This will ensure a fairly clean break. Once this is done your cookies should look something like this:
(hopefully you will have done a better job)
Step 3: Consuming the "Leftovers"
This is arguably the second best part of the whole experience. Remember, when eating these unstuffed cookie parts you should dunk them in a glass of ice cold milk. The percent doesn't matter, it's whatever you like best.
Step 4: Assembling the Cookie
This step takes precision timing and a general knowledge of quantum physics.
No, actually its pretty simple, you just take your two iced cookie pieces and squish the two iced sides together so they look like this:
Step 5: Eating Your Creation
This is without question the best and most rewarding step. this is the step where you get to enjoy the fruits (cookies?) of your labor.
Insert about hale of the cookie into your mouth. Bite down and break that piece off. Chew the part in your mouth and indulge in the sweet goodness of your work. Put the other half in and repeat.
**bite sizes may vary according to mouth size. Attempt at own risk. I am not to be held responsible for any chocking or other form of disease/injury including but not limited to chocking, death, malaria and influenza.
that was just a disclaimer, you know, just to be safe. If any of this stuff actually were to happen though i would be quite surprised. After all, who's ever gotten seriously diseased or hurt from a cookie?!