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My Kind of Stuffing

Picky Palate's Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

I feel like I should be baking Thanksgivingy, cinnamony, pumpkiny treats right now. But today just called for some serious chocolate chip cookies. And these were the perfect feel good Sunday sweet. They would have made an even better Friday treat though. Then I could have eaten them over the whole weekend instead of wanting to eat them all in one day. I try to start the week off sweet free you know. Try being the key word.

I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to make these. I know you’ve probably seen them all over the interwebs.

I mean jumbo chocolate chip cookies…

Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

…stuffed with Double Stuf Oreo cookies.

Hello…

Heaven.

The Picky Palate Cookbook

My friend Jenny of PickyPalate.com started making these cookies a while ago and I can’t believe I have not baked any before today. But now that I have her new cookbook (filled with plenty of sweets by the way) in my kitchen, I guess baking her cookies is the next best thing to baking up cookies with her sweet, smiling face.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Ingredients

Your basic chocolate chip cookie ingredients all ready to go.

Making Cookie Dough

Ready to become cookie dough.

Oreos

And now for the star. The surprise inside.

Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Just scoop cookie dough and place on top of an Oreo cookie.

Oreo

I used a regular size ice cream scoop.

Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sandwich the cookie sandwich with another scoop on the bottom.

That’s some kind of awesome.

Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Now, gently seal the dough and tuck the cookie safely inside.

These make huge cookies by the way.

Picky Palate's Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Giant Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Drastically delicious and easy, too.

I’ve made some brownie stuffed pillow cookies before, but these save you the extra step of baking the inside sweet. Love it.

Picky Palate's Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Here’s my attempt at gently biting away the cookie so you can see the pretty Oreo layers inside.

Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

And this is what I would call a face plant.

Enjoy!

P.S. I finally added a printable recipe function.
I feel like a grown up food blogger now.

Picky Palate's Oreo-Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Servings: 18-24 cookies

Ingredients

  • 8 oz (2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract
  • 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 10-12 oz bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 pkg Double Stuf Oreo Cookies

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Add butter and sugars to the bowl of a stand mixer. Beat until light and fluffy. Then add the eggs and vanilla and beat until combined.
  3. In a large bowl, sift the flour, salt, and baking soda with a wire whisk until combined. Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and mix until combined. Add the chocolate chips and mix until combined.
  4. Use an ice cream scoop to place a scoop of cookie dough on top of an Oreo cookie. Place another scoop on the bottom of the Oreo. Seal the edges together by pressing and cupping the dough in hand until the Oreo is completely enclosed. Shape into a thick patty. Repeat with remaining cookies and dough.
  5. Place the stuffed cookies on the prepared baking sheet a couple of inches apart and bake for 11-15 minutes, until the cookies are cooked through. Let cool for 5 minutes and transfer to a cooling rack
Source: © 2012 The Picky Palate Cookbook by Jenny Flake

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140 comments on “My Kind of Stuffing”

  1. I think it looks good but too much! Have you ever tried taking an oreo and then putting edible cookie dough in it? That is my kinda cookie!

  2. thank you so much!

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  4. wow!

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  5. Making it for my 6th grade class tomorrow

  6. I love these but they’d be better if nate was inside

  7. These look delicious, I have to try to make these soon.
    Thank you.

  8. This just made the pain of knowing school starts tomorrow that much easier to handle. :)

  9. Just made these… they spread out soooo much and the cookie part has just gone flat and they all connected. However, we’re going to let them cool and see how they taste.

  10. Sugar coma here I come!

  11. I made these last night. In a word, they were AMAZING!! Mine measured about 4 inches across and the batch made about 15 cookies. Took them to work and coworkers are still talking about how incredible these tasted. Will definitely make them again!

  12. I just made 2 batches of slutty brownie and now I’m so tempted to make these with the excess ingredients.

  13. I randomly found this recipe link somewhere and I’m sooo glad I did. I make these as just plain chocolate chip cookies and my boyfriend loves them, they stay thick, fluffy, and soft. I’m currently collecting favorite recipes for when I move out and this definitely makes the list!

  14. Hello may I know if I need to put the cookie dough into the fridge?

  15. I tried these and they were DELICIOUS!! I am always really nervous about trying online recipes but these were quick, easy, and just amazing! I was planning on bringing these in to school tomorrow to share with friends but Im not sure the cookies will make it to the morning – they are too good – its going to be hard to control myself! Thank you!!

  16. Just made this recipe! Baking at the moment!! Yumi, Yumi!! :)
    Congratulations to Picky Palate’s!!

  17. Can you use store bought cookie mix???

  18. Honestly…3 and a half cups of flour?!
    It tasted horrible with hat much flour!
    Was hard and the dough was not liquidity at all!
    I would go down one cup.

  19. I’ve made these before and continue to make them for friends, family and they are always a hit! BIG, big, big cookie!

  20. good job !!!!!!

  21. Made these and brought them into work – people were eating them for breakfast and going back for 2nd’s at lunch. Uh-mazing recipe!!

  22. those look GOOD!

  23. Omg. These. Are. BEAUTIFUL. Although my hips would beg to differ~! xD These Oreo-stuffed chocolate chip cookies look so taaantalizing…I want them now~! *Q* *Drools*

  24. these look amazing! going to make these for my mum and dad :D

  25. made these today and they came out delish

  26. Wait, I think I’ve made these before in a cooking class. P.S. I love the bake stuff:)

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  28. Oh my gosh I made this for easter and all of the kids loved it!

  29. AH :D I’m so excited to make these! I’m going to make them for my friend’s birthday in a few days, and she’s a very passionate baker so I am praying that I don’t muck it up! But what is ‘all purpose flour’? Is it just like plain flour?

  30. I’m making these with fudgeo’s in the middle!! I’ve decided that there are endless combination possibilities for this recipe! So dangerous! Mmmm, like pirate peanut butter cookies in banana chocolate chip, blonde Oreos in dark chocolate cookies… Ok I gotta stop!:)

  31. these look amazing:) going out to get some double stuff oreos! :33 xxxx

  32. I also found they spread a lot and look like UFOs. Too much baking soda?

  33. Ok wow, my American friend recommended I try this recipe, and based on the pictures I am currently drooling on the keyboard!

    I need to go and buy ingredients!!!

  34. I made them. And that chocolate chip cookie dough is hands down the best I’ve had in awhile. WOW! And i will add that the Cool Mint Oreos made a great addition over double stuffed plain ones. :)

  35. making these right now with mint oreos! :) I really hope its 1 T of vanilla!! :)

  36. Made a bunch of these for a bake sale tomorrow. Sampling them, they taste amazing. I bet they sell out first! :)

  37. those ornaments are adorable….i make cakepops for my friends at the holidays and they are always asking for them(: The last present i have purschased was earrings for a secret santa party! hope you have a merry christmas!

  38. The last “present” I made for someone was chocolate peppermint cupcakes for their birthday. She loves peppermint so I used chocolate cake mix, mixed in ande’s peppermint chocolate chips in the batter, then used a vanilla frosting with crushed peppermint in the frosting.

  39. The last gift my family and I made for someone was a crockpot gift basket.We brought a crockpot, crockpot cookbook, a few dry ingredients for a special receipe and included the receipe on an index card. We wrapped it like a basket and that was that. She loved it. We I’m in love with this site. It helps my family and I come up with thoughtful and creative gift ideas for all the people we are thankful for.

  40. Love the ornaments!! I have been crocheting curly scarves for gifts,I have made a lot !

  41. Love this site. I make calendars every year as teacher gifts. They look forward to them each year. Each month is specific to that month and they can display the current month in a 3 1/2 x 5 picture frame stand.

  42. my friend made these, and they are phenomenal. i cannot say how much i savoured every bite. one of the most indulgent, cute, delicious and special cookies i’ve ever eaten!

  43. How cute these are!!

  44. On Monday I purchased a poinsetta for my next door neighbor, she is 86 years old. While we were away this past weekend she received our mail and boxes. One box weighed over 35 pounds and she placed it in our home for us. She is a doll and a great cook and baker. We love to share recipes. She encourages me every day to enjoy that day to its fullest.

  45. I just made the “plum pudding” cakepops to give all my co-workers as a little holiday gift.

  46. I just made (tonight) nutter butter balls.So easy and so good. The last thing I bought was a necklace for my mother in law. It SAYS THANK YOU FOR RAISING THE MAN OF MY DREAMS. I think she will love it for Christmas.We have been married for 26yrs. It may be because I bake all the time!
    Love your recipes.

  47. A bracelet made of buttons!

  48. We went as a family and served dinner to homeless people Sat. night, even our little grandkids. It was awesome to serve and try to spread a little holiday love. Plus it was so cold, helped us to be so grateful for our warm homes to sleep in.
    Merry Christmas everyone!

  49. Tis the season! Already purchased your book for a friend. Would love to have a copy for myself! :)
    And the ornaments are adorable!

  50. The last thing I made someone was a SF Giants Wreath…I’ve sold 3 so far and my son thinks they’re wonderful being a fan of the SF Giants. The ornaments are beautiful…I’d leave them up all year on my kitchen tree….simply beautiful!

  51. Love the ornaments! Every Christmas my daughter and I make cake pops & cookies to give out as gifts. A great bonding time and our friends love the treats they receive! Have a wonderful Christmas!

  52. Cute ornaments! I would love them. — I just cross stitched a Santa and made a pillow with it for my mother – in – law. I love making and giving gifts.

  53. OMG, those cake pop ornaments are amazing. They would go great in my candy/baked good tree. It has candy, cupcakes, donuts, suckers and gingerbread men. The cake pop ornaments would be a wonderful addition. So creative
    Merry Christmas

  54. OMG. Chocolate chip cookies are one of my signature baking delights, especially when I put Whittakers chocolate chunks in them. This is definitely on my list of things to bake, no doubt I’ll be everyone’s favourite.

  55. Love the new print option!!! Thank you :)

  56. Wow, I am almost afraid of how tasty these are….

    Definitely going to make these over xmas

    Trisha Xx

  57. Oh my goodness, these look utterly amazing! I can’t wait to try out this recipe!

  58. OMG – you guys are baking yourselves right into Type II DIABETES!!!

  59. OK, I thought I was making cookies that were too big when I used an ice cream scoop last night. One scoop per cookie. This is beyond huge!

  60. This just became #1 on my To-Do list for this weekend!!!

  61. Wow, these look amazing! I’m so tempted to try them :) I imagine they make giant cookies though? That looks like a lot of dough! (not that I’d have a problem with that lol)

  62. Oh my gosh these look heavenly. My mouth is watering! I’ll be making these this weekend.

  63. Saw these and knew I had to make them for my husband – he loves chocolate chip cookies and oreos. He loves them! He also came up with the idea of seving them warm with ice cream and whipped cream from a can. Now that sounds like a great idea to me! Thank-you Bakerella all the way from England x

  64. I am so, so, so definitely making these for Christmas. Look so insanely sinful and delicious!

  65. i <3 these *mouth drooling* cookie in a cookie … genius :D

  66. Made them today. Loved by all! Now I’ve been making a list of all the other items I want to stuff my cookies with. I’m thinking the next thing will be NutterButters.

  67. Wow it is my favorite one. It is so tasty to eat. I like it most.

  68. Hi!! Love everything about your baking! It would make my day if you could list your ingredients using imperial measurements also. It’s not a big issue but would be of great help! :)
    With love from the land down under!

  69. Yum, those look amazing!

  70. Love the new print feature! Thank you! And I love the cookie idea as well, of course.

  71. Buuuuaaaa, i try to make it, but it’s a disaster!!! i don’t know why the cookies makes bigger.

  72. And they said a chocolate chip cookie couldn’t get any better….oh my!

  73. These are the best tasting, out of this world cookie ever! Thanks Bakerella!!!!

  74. I teach a children’s sunday school class and when I do bring treats, theses are their favorites. I use my favorite chocolate chip cookie reciepe though.

  75. My oh my! These look crazy-good. That face plant picture makes me want one with a tall glass of cold milk. :D

  76. woow very good idea!! i will try them yummmy :))

  77. I have to do this! looks soooo yummmmy

  78. C’mon! Kill me know! I’m trying to loose weight but with this recipes is impossible! Oh well… I’ll start my diet next monday ;-)

  79. can’t wait till I try those!! yum yum

  80. I agree with who said it was half crazy/half genius. Crazy because they must be the most caloric cookies in existance and genius because one NEVER says no to Oreo, be it crumbles, stuffing, ice cream…

    My hubby would absolutely adore these, not sure I can bear to inflict the extra pounds on him though! :P

  81. COOKIE INCEPTION

  82. realmente riquisimas me gustaron como me quedaron , gracias por tus consejos.

  83. Oh wow. Mindblown! I didn’t know you can do that with Oreos! Might be a good welcome home treat for my brother.

    By the way, how do you add that printable function to only your recipe? I’m a very new blogger and for the world of me, can’t figure that out!

  84. I love these!! I made them one day for my students and they still haven’t stopped talking about them =)

  85. you had me at oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies

  86. Holy moly, these look and sound amazing. I’ve got that book on my amazon wishlist and was hoping I’d get it for Christmas or buy it myself after Christmas but these are making me want to push that button!

    So going on my to ‘make and bake’ list!

  87. I saw these cookies immediately so I bought the Oreos (double stuffed no less) and then moseyed over to the biscuit cold section and got a tube of Nestle chocolate chip cookie dough. That night I put them together like in the photos, baked, and oh my goodness! They were amazing! Now I want to try the listed cookie recipe as I have a whole unopened bag of Trader Joe chocolate chips. Wonder what it would taste like with NutterButters??? Yeah, babeeee!!! ;)

  88. wow, finally in the top 100!! YAY!!
    I always wanted to make these but…i guess i never really got around to it.

  89. Holy crap, those look INSANE :O :O and good in a should NOT eat too much kind of way :P

  90. love your blog ! i’m shocking

    i love the quality of the pictures

    you are welcome in my blog !

    kisses from belguim

    bisous bisous

    http://www.fraise-framboise.blogspot.com

  91. I made these last week! They were yummly! And if they get cold just nuke in the microwave for a few seconds so the Oreo can get gooey again..they were definitely a hit!

  92. These look delicious and I love the print feature!

  93. I just had one of these and they are dangerous!

  94. Santa will love me after I make these on Christmas Eve!

  95. What! NOM NOM.

    I feel you on wanting something not so fall-ish! My brother’s birthday party is today, which I’m thankful for on the baking front because it gave me a reason to make a regular old chocolate cake with white icing – I love cinnamon and pumpkin and spice cake, but sometimes you just need a bit of a palate cleanser ;-)

  96. Thank you for the recipe. My daughter is sure to enjoy them. And a great big thanks you for the print recipe button, yeah!!!

  97. We can print!?! Omgosh so excited and just in time for Christmas!! Lol Oh and those cookies look amazing! :-)

  98. I love how you titled this post, I think it absolutely captures your love for baking, perfection! Also, I want these cookies. Scratch that. I NEED this cookies, right now. With extra ooey gooey chocolate.

  99. I have made these, they are TO DIE FOR!!!! (especially warm out of the oven!) Don’t second guess yourself about trying this recipe.

  100. Oreo came out with some candy cane filled oreos recently. I would have eaten the whole bag if my boyfriend didn’t have any. I kind of want to make these with those! I wonder if I could use my Andes chip cookies (recipe on the bag of baking chips) with the candy cane oreos.. or if that’d be mint overload!

  101. YUMMY! These look delightfully decadent and so appropriate for these cold nights. :) But I also agree that they could be very dangerous, so best to make them for work. I’m sure my coworkers wouldn’t say no to such a delicious cookie.

  102. These look amazing!! Do you think one could use the mini oreo’s to make them a bit smaller for an assorted cookie tray.

    :0)

  103. OMG…my tummy is rumbling right now…I feel like I can taste these through the computer screen. These look completely delicious. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

  104. Love your photos! I’m inspired to make them again! (Nom, nom, nom). ;-)

  105. These look scrumdiddlyumptious! Your site always inspires me to try to news. Just when I thought chocolate chip cookies couldn’t get any better!

  106. Wow. This is ten kinds of sweet wrong, but soooo delish. :) I didn’t know you could stuff a choclate chip cookie. Yikes, my hips didn’t need to know that. :)

  107. I made these once but had trouble with my cookie dough – it got all “melty” around the oreo and they ended up looking like UFOs- haha! Still tasted amazing though and I made half with peanut butter cookie dough =)

  108. Yum…that looks great! And being a super picky eater myself, I’ll have to check out that cookbook. Thanks!

  109. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Two of my favorite cookies in one treat. Ruh-roh. This is very, very bad…in such a delicious way!

    And how cute would these be with the holiday Oreos when they tint the creme filling?!

  110. I’ve made these, and let me tell you, they are AMAZING. Nothing better for a seriously divine treat.

  111. I almost didn’t open this email because I thought it was about stuffing/dressing for your Thanksgiving bird and, well, frankly, that’s such a personal thing I wasn’t interested in how you put your touch on it. Then I remembered you’re a kitchen Goddess and thought “Who knows? I might learn something.” WOW did I ever “learn”!!! Never doubting you again… (also made the mistake of opening it in front of my 5 year old…now I’m on the hook to have these baked by the time he gets home from school!!!!)

  112. now those look like my kind of cookie!

  113. Comment 21. WOw, cool cookies!

  114. Mmmmm I am craving thoose cookies mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  115. A grown up food blogger. Ha! They look great, but I can feel the pounds piling up just looking at those things.

  116. Whoaa these are absolutely amazing!!

  117. I need these cookies nooooow!! What a treat!

  118. All I have to say is YUM!!!

  119. heyyyyy! They’ve been on my to bake list forever now! Bakerella, i love the print thing. im ur no. one faaan! my friend got me into youu! i love you! you practically taught me how to bake!:)

  120. Are these the crunchy or chewy kind of cookies?

  121. Is this legal? An Oreo sandwiched between chocolate chippers are certainly iconic American standards, so why not celebrate Thanksgiving with the Picky Palete’s recipe?

  122. Do you think it’s legal to marry those cookies? Cause I totally want to.

  123. OMG! Awesome! These cookies have to be really good, i have to do them soon!

  124. wow! thats awesome! I’ll try to make these cookies … ;)

  125. Jakie cuda!
    Wygl?da? cudownie! :-)
    Pozdrawiam serdecznie!
    Basia

  126. Yum! Definitely need to try those!

  127. Oh. I am craving those right now. Thanks a lot. So hungry. Ugh. Why must you do this to me? I mean cake pops are adorable but THIS. I just want to eat the screen.

  128. Now, this is my kind of cookie! :D

  129. Must get some oreos. Rght away!

  130. WOW, What a great idea. These look delicious and of course you left out the calories… LOL, :-)

  131. This is half crazy/half brilliant. My boyfriend is going to love these. Thanks!

  132. *a big fan, of course. :) Greetings from Poland!

  133. It looks sooooo delicious. I’m not a big fun of Oreo, but in this kind of cookies I would definitely try them!

  134. Another chocolate temptation :P

  135. These look delicious. I can’t wait to try making them for the holidays!

  136. These could be dangerous… and I say that in the best way possible.

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