Cool Recipes That You Could Try Out with Oreos
Here are two recipes that can be easily followed and made with things you’ll most likely find in your kitchen.
Let me not waste your time. I’ll start off immediately.
1. An Oreo milkshake.
The combination of ice cream, Oreos and milk. Irresistible.
i) Ingredients (wonder why it’s called that…..)
- Oreos (pretty obvious)
- Vanilla ice cream
- Cold milk
- Sugar (not a must)
- Take 2-3 Oreos and pop them in a blender.
- Add 150 gm of Vanilla ice cream.
- Add 200 mL of milk.
- Blend till no chunks of Oreos or Ice cream is left.
- Sometimes, you’ll find a frothy layer of something sitting on the top of the actual milkshake. Remove this with a spoon.
- Can either be server right away or stowed away in the refrigerator for later use.
Here is the site for conversion of mL into quart- http://www.convertunits.com/from/ml/to/quart+[US,+liquid]
Here is the site for conversion of gm into lb- http://www.metric-conversions.org/weight/grams-to-pounds.htm
2. Fried Oreos
Oreos, deep fried. Two horrible but yet delicious things, come together.
- Some vegetable oli for frying.
- 1 large egg.
- 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil (This is to add to the batter.)
- 1 cup of pancake mix.
- A tablespoon of powdered sugar.
- Oreos (No brainer, right?)
- Mix the first 4 ingredients together.
- If the mix seems too watery, add a little more pancake mix.
- Heat up your oil in a fryer.
- Dip the Oreos in the batter and coat them evenly.
- When the oil is hot, drop the Oreos in (preferably, only 4-5 at a time.)
- Remove the Oreos in 10-15 seconds.
- Optionally, granish with powdered sugar.
Note: If you have excess batter, you can put it in the fridge. DO NOT throw it away.
Well, thanks for reading. If you happen to have more Oreo recipes, make sure to post them in the comments, or mail them to me at email@example.com. I’ll add them and even give you credits, because I’m nice!