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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Bring Some Milk, it's an Oreo Cookie Centennial Celebration!

Have a cookie. Not any old cookie mind you, A Deep Fried Oreo Cookie! That's right folks, today we are celebrating the Oreo Cookie's Birthday!!! For it was on March 6, 1912 that the Oreo Cookie made its debut. One hundred years young as the folks at Nabisco like to say. As for us, we'll be celebrating with some tasty Oreo Cookie recipes that have been so generously served up by Oreo Cookie lovers' themselves; YOU! Enjoy!

I had today's Oreo Birthday post all planned when it occurred to me that there are a batch of bakers out there who enjoy concocting all kinds of things with Oreo cookies. (Yes, they like to dunk them in milk too, seriously, who doesn't:)

Take this video for example. I for one would never imagine making Caviar with Oreos & Hot Sauce. Would you???

So, I tossed my original post for today and made a rather impromptu request for Oreo Cookie recipes late Sunday night via Twitter. I must admit, Twitter was indispensable in gathering links and permission from these contributors. Thank YOU everyone!!! (I've arranged it so you can click the images or the link to be taken to the recipes)

Chocolate Chip Oreo Cookies Heather @girlichef
Chocolate Peanut Butter Oreo Cupcakes Molly @CAKEfyi
Cookies and Cream Cookies Pattie @pattietierney
Cookies and Cream Chocolate Chip Muffins Angela hostess of Soap Mom's Kitchen
Oreo Tempura Janet @janetrudolph
Golden Oreo Cupcakes Anna @Cookie_Madness
Chocolate Mint Oreo Cupcakes Molly @CAKEfyi
Orenilla Fluff Pie
Pam @gonetapott

Gloria, hostess of the delicious Canela Kitchen, didn't have an Oreo Cookie recipe on hand so she took a quick trip over to the Kraft Kitchens and found us this recipe for Philly Oreo Cheesecake. Thank you sweet Gloria:) (And yes Gloria we will be playing the Picnic Game once again this year; I can't wait:)

Philly Oreo Cheesecake

Here are two more from the folks at Kraft:

Spring Oreo Cookie Balls
Oreo Cookie Ball Pops

I did a quick search in my Hospitality Search Engine and found a few more recipe links for you to explore. Just think, this is the one and only time in our lives that we will be able to celebrate 100 years of Oreo Cookies. It seems to me, we should make the best of it. Don't you agree???

Oreo Cookies Made from Scratch Stef @cupcakeproject

Itty Bitty Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies Jenny @PickyPalate

Cookies n’ Cream Scones Nicole @bakingbites

Oreo Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Truffles Kerstin @CakeBatterBowl

Oreo Cookies & Cream Cheesecakes Grace @GracesSweetLife

Chocolate Oreo Cookie Trifle

I call this my Oreo Vase. I'm thrilled to share it today!

Thank you again to everyone. Just in case you're curious about Oreo Cookie History, like where the name Oreo came from, this link will take you to a previous post I did for Oreo's Birthday a while back. Also, if you know of an Oreo Cookie recipe link we may have missed, feel free to include it in the comment section below. Enjoy! Louise

38 comments:

  1. What a great collection of treats! Have made my own oreos, I must admit that the homemade version is by far better than the original.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Thank you Rosa. I would love to try making my own home made Oreos one day. We'll see...

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  2. Oh my gosh, that vase totally looks like Oreos - awesome! Thank you for including me in such a fun post. and for giving me a serious Oreo craving!

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    1. You are more than welcome, Heather:) Now, I crave Oreos too, lol

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  3. Though I'm not a fan of Oreo cookies, I enjoyed your post. Good description of the vase!

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    1. I've only recently re-discovered Oreos Kathy. I kinda wish I hadn't. Between you and me, I picked up that vase for one dollar at an auction because it reminded me of Oreos!

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  4. I think.....is a wonderful post!!! Louise, absolutely amazing, you know my kids love oreos (are their favorites and mine too) so I have to see all these delicious recipes:)

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  5. We always have Oreos in the house...so thanks for sharing so many delicious ways to use them :)

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the post, Lizzy. Have a great Spring break!!!

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  6. Deep fried Oreos...drool...

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  7. I looked through my old posts and not-yet-cooked bookmarked retro recipes, and couldn't find ANY that involved or even resembled Oreos. This is clearly an oversight on my part that should be resolved! (Maybe in time for next year's birthday...)

    As always, a fascinating collection of information and deliciousness. And that vase is super-cute!!!

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    1. Mmmm...Erica, next year it will have to be then. I'm sure Oreos will still be around. Thanks for visiting...

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  8. Thank you so much for including my muffins in this wonderful tribute to the Oreo. I checked out the history on the Oreo. Once again, I learned something new! Right now, I am imagining a Cookies and Cream Milk Shake. Smiling!

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    1. You are more than welcome, Angela. Now you have me craving a Cookies & Cream Milk Shake.

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  9. Yum!! May I go home now and get some Oreos? I don't think I can wait 'til this afternoon...

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    1. I've tasted so many different types of Oreos in my life. Marion is still buying them!

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  10. you sure enlightened me about Oreo cookies; I think I would love that home made one.
    Rita

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  11. My GOD, those are all divine looking! LOVE the Oreo Vase, so creative!

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  12. What a lovely collection of Oreos! Absolutely marvelous! I'm so gonna bake few of these goodies from this post! Awesome post!

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  13. A big package of Oreos might last an hour in this house. As far as the kids are concerned, the best recipe is: "Open. Beat your brothers to them."

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  14. I'm dangerous around the golden oreos.

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  15. Such a fun post! And, did you see the Limited Edition Birthday Cake Oreos? Love the confetti (sprinkles) in the creme..
    http://dyingforchocolate.blogspot.com/2012/03/birthday-cake-oreo-100th-birthday.html

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  16. Louise, what a great collections of recipes with oreo cookies...you just reminded me that I haven't had oreo cookies for ages...
    Thanks for the links and hope you are having a fabulous week :)

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  17. You gave me a hankering for an oreo! I haven't had one in at least 8 years - maybe longer. I'm going to have make some homemade ones! I didn't have anything to contribute - I meant to get back to you sooner - thanks for asking Louise!

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  18. Louise,
    Let me just say that today has been a little emotional for me today, good and bad, and you were the good that helped erase the bad. Your comment brought tears to my eyes. How you kept track of Kate's birthday amongst all of your friends and family is beyond me. You are the kindest lady I will ever know.Thank you, thank you for that. I am so blown away.

    On another note. I totally love Oreos and am celebrating. I bought some yesterday and they currently reside in my nightstand exactly where a person shouldn't have them, but the best place for me who loves to read and take 30 minutes with a treat and a book. Please have a great day and cheers to you with one oreo in my hand.

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  19. i've never been crazy about oreos as they are (i lick out the frosting and that's that!), but i like it when they're ground and tossed into other baked goods. that vase is awesome!

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  20. Hi louise!

    I didnt know oreo were so popular. I actualy have never tried an oreo cookie but they have started to sell them here the past 5 months. Since u brought my attention to it I ll go and get them and try out some recipes.

    thanks for sharing the round up!

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  21. Oreos are such a treat! I use them to make a chocolate truffles! Yum! Love this post!

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  22. Amazing variety of oreo uses! I cannot let my kids see this post!

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  23. Wow, so many great ideas with oreos! The oreo tempura is looking very tempting this morning.

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  24. Oh these recipes all look so delicious! I actually bought Oreos last night for the first time in a long time. Too bad we ate them all!!

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  25. those are very lovely oreo treats..now they are giving me so many great ideas the next time i want to make something out of oreos! have a nice day, louise!

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  26. What an incredible collection of oreo recipes and to have gotten them through Twitter, how cool is that!

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Thanks for dropping in...Louise