Recipe by MCCARTNEY4175
"A must-have for Fair food lovers!"
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canola oil for frying
1 (20 ounce) package
chocolate sandwich cookies with creme filling
dry pancake mix
confectioners' sugar for dusting
Oh my. I can't believe how good and how easy these were. Not for everyday but for a special treat, wow! I've been curious to try this for a long time and I'll tell you, all I did was heat a little bit of canola oil in a small saucepan, mix some bisquick with water to pancake consistency, dip two oreos in the batter, and fry them til golden while I cooked my spaghetti on the other burner. It was that simple. This is one where you don't even need to print out the recipe. I can't believe how good these taste. Sampling the two I made was just perfect also because a little of these go a long way. But I will definitely make these again for family members to try! Thanks for sharing.
I wasn't really impressed. I don't know if I did something wrong, but they weren't tat good. The recipe and reviews looked like they would be amazing! However, They turned out incredibly soggy and mushy. It could have been since I used vegetable oil since that's all I had. I can't see how it would change it quite that drastically. I might give it a shot some other time, but we'll see.
These are amazing...I can not believe that these exist and I have never had them before. The only thing I have done differently was to add a little bit of vanilla extract to the batter. These are so amazing. (I also had some mini snickers here and added those to the batter and fried them up....also amazing.) Thanks for the post...delicious.
These are fabulous! Just like the fair kind, but better because you can eat them while they are fresh!
I had been wondering how to make these ever since I had them at a restaurant in Aruba while on vacation. I added a bit of vanilla extract to the batter to sweeten it up a bit, fried them in the oil just long enough to get a light brown color, and took them right out. They turned out great, just like I had tried them before. I'd try them next time with a chocolate sauce.
Disgusting! I followed the directions exactly. Oil was 350 on the nose and used correct oil. They were mushy. Would rather stick my oreo's in peanut butter.
These cookies are fast, easy and fantastic. I have made them for company and they have all wanted the recipe.
I tried them for the a little get together that I had for a group friends and they loved them. Yummy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Deep Fried Cookies
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 230
** Calories from Fat: 90
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