Perfect Oreo Dunk

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Introduction: Perfect Oreo Dunk

There have been a number of instructables showing blue-prints of very interesting inventions that dunk cookies. I decided to make this instructable to show a simple technique to show how simple this process can be. Since oreos are the only cookie worth eating these days, you only need to figure out a way to dunk an oreo. If by some strange chance you prefer another cookie over an oreo, I'm afraid this technique probably won't work for dunking.

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Step 1: Supplies

You will need:

1. a cup of milk with an opening larger then the cookie
2. a fork
3. a bag of double stuffed oreo.

Step 2: Preperation

Remove one oreo from the bag and place it on the fork as shown in the image below.

Step 3: Dunk

Place the fork with the cookie attached into the cup of milk. Wait until desired amount of milk has absorbed into the cookie.

Step 4: Enjoy

Now the fun part...eating the cookie.

mmmmmmmmm....there is nothing like a perfectly dunked oreo cookie. Just don't eat to many, it may cause you to be sick and that is not good eats at all.


See, dunking a cookie doesn't require a bunch of crazy contraptions. The KISS method is all you need to know.

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    22 Discussions

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    2Toxic
    2Toxic

    13 years ago on Step 4

    Aww my little brother looked similar to that when he took his poopie diaper off and smeared it on his face -_- it sucked cleaning that stuff off

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    nataley21
    nataley21

    Reply 4 years ago

    why did he do that????????????

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    Mr. Brownie
    Mr. Brownie

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I'm sorry I have never heard that acronym before.

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    lil mikey511
    lil mikey511

    12 years ago on Introduction

    i disagree with this technique because 1) double stuffed oreos are just not thew same as regulars. 2) Forks are not for dunking! 3) dont be a female organ n use a fork . grow up!!!!!!!! 4) you have to be old school! thank you, Hall of famer 0reo dunker.

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    mkkrushmt
    mkkrushmt

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    double stuffed oreos... yeah, they're not the same, they're much better. or at least i think so, but i guess you dont, which is ok too i guess. the type of oreos that are the worst though are the reduced fat kind. there is almost no stuffing and the cookie parts aren't crisp enough... so if forks are not for dunking, is there a peice of silverware that is?

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    red-king
    red-king

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    why does using utensils make you a "female organ"?

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    bowakowa
    bowakowa

    13 years ago

    is double stuff a preference or requirement for the technique? Such as, does the fork pry apart, "ahem", lesser oreos. I ask because the ratio of cookie to creme in the double stuff is off for my taste. Suppose I could just get some cookies and milk and experiment.

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    Reply 13 years ago

    If you are brave, I bet a butter knife would work well, as long as you don't cut yourself on it. (That was a disclaimer)

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    Brett
    Brett

    Reply 13 years ago

    I've tried both, and think its a preference, although with regular stuff oreos, you've got to slide it in a little more gently to make sure not to break the cookie. Brett

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    Repoort
    Repoort

    13 years ago

    OJ? Are you SANE? Maybe I'll try it...

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    Reply 13 years ago

    MILK? Are YOU sane? I bet it was good, wasn't it?

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    13 years ago

    What?!?! MILK!?!? The only way to go is OJ ;-) Nice concept, though ;-)

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    tagyerit
    tagyerit

    13 years ago

    Having seen the mug dunker, I like this solution even better. If one wanted to get fancy, I imagine a hole drilled in the handle of the fork. A stand that is talle than the mug & lower than the mouth - With a lever that attaches fork to stand. Have to twist the fork handle 90 deg. so the oreo stays parallel to the mouth. Oh my!

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    Johntron
    Johntron

    13 years ago

    When I first saw this article, I thought it was going to be dumb, but honestly, it's a simple solution to milk-covered fingers. I mean seriously, who doesn't like milk soaked oreos? Thanks! I feel like Shaq.