Fried Oreos

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Intro: Fried Oreos

Fried oreos are a state fair special. The ones at the Kentucky State Fair are especially good. I know because I have eaten lots of them. :D

Fried oreos are also a fun dinner party dessert because they're so easy to make at home. This might be a bad thing to share with the internets, and I might be contributing to the rise of obesity, but good lord they're good.

As my boyfriend said:
"It's like a pancake and an oreo had a delicious baby!"

He ate six fried oreos. This, my friends, is a man who knows what he's talking about.

Step 1: Ingredients:

  • double stuffed oreos (If you're gonna do it might as well go all out!)
  • 1 1/4 cup pancake mix (I used Krusteaz buttermilk)
  • 1 tablespoon canola/veggie oil
  • 1 cup milk
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 egg
You'll also need a pot filled with canola/veg oil heated to 350 F. I used a probe thermometer to make sure my temp was staying where it needed to be! :D

Step 2: Make the Batter and Heat the Oil

Put the pot of oil on the stove over medium heat.

In one bowl, mix together the milk, egg and oil. Mix it really well - you shouldn't have any bits of egg floating around. Add a pinch of salt to the pancake mix, and then pour in the milk mixture.

Combine these two with a whisk until you're nearly clump free. :D

Step 3: Getting the Right Batter Consistency

Depending on your pancake mix, you mix have a runny batter right now. We'll do a test fry to see how things are going. :D

As you can see, the fried oreos on the left are looking a little sad. The batter for these was just too thin. I originally started out with a 1:1 ratio of pancake mix and milk and it just wasn't working. Adding another 1/4 cup of pancake mix made it perfect.

So if your batter is too thin, just add mix little by little (1/4 cup at a time) until it's thick enough to cover the oreo well!

Step 4: Frying

Before you start, double check that the oil has reached 350 F. If it's there, turn down the heat just a bit so the oil doesn't keep going up in temp.

Dip the oreos into the batter and toss them around to coat well. Don't leave them in here too long - just do a few at a time. If you let them hang out too long they'll get too soft.

Lower them gently into the hot oil and fry them, turning them over and moving them around for a couple minutes. Each batch should take no more than 2-3 minutes to get nice and golden brown.

When they're golden brown, pull them out and let them rest on a plate covered in paper towels. :D

Step 5: Eat!

You can eat them as-is, on ice cream, covered in powdered sugar - whatever you like. :D

Just know that they aren't so good once they've been cool for a while - it's best to eat them when they're hot and gooey.

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    36 Discussions

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    geekqueen13

    2 years ago

    I will try to make these

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    phyllsfost

    2 years ago

    I have never made these but i have eat them and omg they are delicious.

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    tyler.s.cortis

    3 years ago

    Good recipe! I got some solid reviews.

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    kottenkandy41

    3 years ago

    try frozen bite size snicker bars they are delicious too!!

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    sabu.dawdy

    4 years ago

    I don't know if I ever told u this but I used this recipe in my practicle lol and I stood place one

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    tclemmo

    5 years ago on Introduction

    These actually look quite delicious! I didn't think much of them, but that was before I saw them like this...

    I made these for my family for christmas. At first (before they even tried them), my family found it a gross idea. Luckily, they gathered courage and tried some. They were all eaten in no-time. :D

    Thanks for this wonderful recipe!

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    rock_jy

    5 years ago on Step 5

    next time, how about ice cream in it, if you are rapid cook~~~

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    rock_jy

    5 years ago on Step 5

    wow, i wanna have a taste on it...

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    wilgubeast

    5 years ago on Introduction

    There's no longer any need to attend a state or county fair. Touché, madame.

    One of the best things I've made in a deep fryer. Now if only they were healthier. Haha

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    aattura1

    5 years ago on Step 4

    They taste like Chocolate Oysters

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    mishagirl8

    5 years ago on Step 5

    mmmm... looks delicioso! cant wait to try! :D

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    valkgurl

    5 years ago on Introduction

    In case ya all missed the Fair this year--that would be the Washington Count NY Fair one of the OLDEST continous running Fairs in this country that is!!!!--after you pig out on the Fried Oreos try the Fried Pickles; Mars Bars; PB&J; Twinkies; Reeses Cups; Cheesecake--IS there anything MORE fattening and decadent than FRIED CHEESECAKE?--if there is please do not let me know I already HAVE my last meal planned!!!!

    I heard once that you can deep fry pretty much ANYTHING if the INSIDE is FROZEN ie candy bars and cheesecake and the batter is the right thickness and the oil is HOT. The oil "Flash Cooks" the outside so the inside doesn't soak up as much grease as one might think. And then the heat makes the insides gooey but not runny.

    I am sure I am forgetting some of the other Fried Goodness' but I think I sustained a little brain damage from the Cheesecake Episode.

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    Spokehedz

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I am thinking about putting them on a stick before deep frying them. Easier to clean up, and plus everything tastes better on a stick.