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How To Make An Oreo Cookie Recipe At Home-2023


What are Oreo cookies?

How To Make An Oreo Cookie Recipe At Home-2023, Two dark chocolate biscuits (chalky, dry) with a cream like filling between them. They are very sweet and go well with cold milk or dunked in cold milk.

How To Make An Oreo Cookie Recipe At Home:



1 cup unsalted butter (225 grams), softened
1 cup of white sugar (200 grams)
2 teaspoons of salt
2 large eggs
2 cups of flour (250 grams)
1 ¼ cup dark cocoa powder (150 grams)
½ teaspoon baking soda

Cream Filling:

½ cup butter (115 g), softened
2 cups powdered sugar (240 grams)
1 teaspoon vanilla




In a large bowl, beat 1 cup (225g) softened butter with white sugar and salt until light and fluffy. Beat eggs until fully incorporated. Sift together the flour, cocoa powder and baking soda. Mix well.


Pour the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and stir until combined. Invert the dough onto your surface and push together into a flat square. Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1 hour. Preheat the oven to 325˚F (160˚C).


Take the dough out of the refrigerator and, to facilitate rolling, divide the dough into 4 parts (this way the dough stays cold longer and does not need to be chilled again later). To roll out the dough, place a quarter of the dough between two sheets of parchment paper.


Roll out dough between two sheets of parchment paper ¼ inch (½ cm) thick. Using a small round cookie cutter, cut the dough into individual rounds and place them on a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper, leaving at least ½ inch (1 ¼ cm) between each cookie.


Cut the excess cookies to wrap them and roll out the remains again. Repeat this process with each remaining ¼ of dough. Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes. If you are baking multiple trays at the same time, be sure to rotate the pans halfway through the oven.


Remove and transfer cookies to a cooling rack to cool completely. To make the filling, in a medium mixing bowl, combine ½ cup (115g) butter, powdered sugar and vanilla. Beat together until light and fluffy.


Assemble the cookies by spreading a generous scoop of frosting on one of the cookies and sandwiching them with the other. Squeeze it lightly and scrape off the excess to clean and even out the edges.


Nutrition Facts :

Calories 14, Fat 7g, Carbohydrates 17g, Fiber 0g, Sugar 10g, Protein 1g

How was the Oreo cookie name created?

A Short Story-

In 1898, several bakery companies merged to form the National Biscuit Company (NaBisCo), the maker of Oreo cookies. In 1902, Nabisco created Barnum’s Animal cookies and made them famous by selling them in a small cage-shaped box with a string attached (to hang on Christmas trees).

In 1912, Nabisco came up with a new idea for a cookie – Oreo is the brand name for a cookie consisting of two thin chocolate biscuits with a white cream filling.(Even today, Nabisco exists as a subsidiary of Mondelez International which manages well-known snack brands around the world like Cadbury, Toblerone, Chips Ahoy!, Chiclets, Halls) The first Oreos were sold to a grocer named S. C. Thuesen on March 6, 1912… Oreos were not the first cookies of this type, however: “Hydrox Cookies” had been on the market since January 1, 1910, but the Oreos were much more successful.


Origin of the name:

However, the story behind the naming of this cookie is not really known. It could come from the Greek word “oreo” meaning hill or mountain. In testing phases or when it was first produced, it was shaped like a baseball mound or hill – hence an “oreo”. This seems likely since Nabisco’s president at the time, A. W. Green, tended to choose classic names for the new cookies introduced.

Others believe the cookie’s name comes from the French word for gold, “ou” (the main color of early Oreo wrappers). Still others think the name is a combination of taking the “re” from “cream” and placing it between the two “o’s” in “chocolate” – making “o-re-o”. And still others think the cookie was called Oreo because it was short and easy to pronounce.

How does Vanilla OREO Cookies & Cream Ice Cream have more calories than Chocolate OREO Cookies & Cream Ice Cream?

Because chocolate is expensive. To compensate, they omit some of the fat (cream). Notice on the labels that vanilla has 45 calories from fat and chocolate has only 35.

They do it because most people don’t notice. Chocolate in ice cream fools most people into thinking that chocolate ice cream is the same quality as vanilla. I am one of those who are not fooled. Next time buy the vanilla and make a chocolate sauce to pour over the ice cream.


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Super easy super delicious chocolate sauce-

10 oz evaporated milk (NOT sweetened condensed) – just evaporated.

24 oz semi-sweet chocolate chips.

Pour the evaporated milk into a microwave-safe quart or larger container. Heat over high heat until it begins to bubble. Remove from microwave. Add the chocolate chips. Let stand for 10 minutes. Stir until the chocolate and milk are completely combined. It takes a little patience, keep going.

This sauce will be smooth and easy to pour over ice cream at room temperature, but won’t become a solid brick even when frozen.

This sauce is better than anything you can buy in the store and will absolutely amaze your family and friends. Tell them you’ve been a slave in the kitchen for over an hour to do it.

Here’s a giveaway: Killer Chocolate Syrup:

Equal amounts by volume of water, sugar, cocoa powder (baker’s cocoa, that bitter stuff you use to make homemade brownies).

To make about a cup, use ½ cup water, ½ cup sugar and ½ cup cocoa.


In a microwave-safe container that holds at least a pint, mix the sugar and cocoa together until there are NO cocoa lumps. Use a fork or spoon or whatever it takes to completely remove all the cocoa chunks.

In a separate container, bring the water to a boil. Pour the boiling water into the sugar/cocoa mixture and stir until there are absolutely no more dry spots or lumps. Heat in the microwave on high power until it begins to bubble. To withdraw. Stir. Repeat 3 or 4 times. This results in a chocolate syrup very similar to what you can buy in stores.

To make it slightly creamier and just a little thicker, use whole milk instead of water. To make it creamier and thicker, use ½ and ½ instead.

What’s that weird symbol on Oreo cookies?

Oreo Cookie Embossing: A Design Shrouded In Mystery

“Who made that Oreo embossing?” Probably never, but we are now closer to an answer.

After the National Biscuit Company introduced the Oreo in 1912, its face underwent some tweaks (one version had two pairs of doves) before the current design was finalized in 1952.

Many internet resources have credited William Turnier as the man behind contemporary design, but Nabisco could only confirm that a man by that name worked for the company at that time as an “engineer Design”. Alas, the certain identity of the creator who made the iconic emboss remains unknown.

But if you crave more information, fear not. We also know more about what design actually means. The circle surmounted by a two-bar cross in which the word “OREO” resides, reports the Atlantic, is a variant of the Nabisco logo, and is either “one of the first European symbols of quality” or a cross of Lorraine , as worn by the Templars in the Crusades. The Oreo is a dot with four triangles radiating outward reminiscent of either a four-leaf clover or the cross pattée, also associated with the Knights Templar, as well as the German army and today’s Freemasons.

You’ll never forget this very special design again while eating an Oreo.

What do Oreo cookies symbolize?

Its circular shape could be a symbol of change, infinity or power. The design on the chocolate wafers was originally stamped on brass rollers of a series of four-leaf clovers around the word Oreo which was surrounded by a circle with an antenna. In the early 1950s, the four-leaf clovers were replaced by a more graceful petal garland, although some four-leaf clovers are still apparent. The ridges around the cookie weren’t just for design value, but also to help grip the cookie when dipping.

Are Oreo cookies vegan?

No, Oreos are not vegan. They contain palm oil which is not vegan 90% of the time due to the way the palm is harvested in countries like Malaysia. Endangered orangutans are being burned alive and palm oil production is extremely destructive to the environment. Veganism is not only about not using animals and animal products, but also about minimizing the suffering of animals. Although all crops kill rodents and insects, palm production kills at a much higher rate.

“Trace Milk” is vegan because it is processed in the same place as a dairy product. a very small amount of milk (which would have been wasted anyway) may have gotten into your oreos but wasn’t intentionally put there. For example: you get fries from KFC, your fries may contain traces of chicken as they may have been fried in the same oil, but the chickens weren’t deliberately killed for your fries and discard the oil before frying your fries would have wasted the chicken pieces anyway. (this is a hypothetical example, I have no idea where your KFC fries are fried but they are vegan if they don’t add gelatin to them)


The ones they made well into the 1990s were my all time favorites. Originally, the filling was made with lard and powdered sugar, which gave them a rich buttery flavor. In the 1990s, they eliminated lard to attract customers who didn’t eat it. They just aren’t the same made with vegetable shortening. Of the new flavors, they had an orange creme flavor a few years ago that was better than anything they had made with vegetable shortening, much better than the lemon flavor ones they make now.


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