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Fried Oreo Recipe

Who doesn’t enjoy the enticing aroma of the County Fairs each year? Fair food can pretty much be described as fried foods you wouldn’t normally fry. However, they may be onto something with their Fried Oreo stands. This delicious and unique treat is so sinfully scrumptious you will be craving it all year round.

This amazing fried dessert doesn’t have to require a trip to the fair. You can make these at home quite easily. This Fried Oreo Recipe is great for serving at birthday parties or even just as a special dessert! I like to top mine with powdered sugar but they’re also good served with ice cream.

Fried Oreo Recipe


  • Double stuffed Oreos
  • 1 1/4 cup pancake mix
  • 1 tablespoon canola/veggie oil
  • 1 cup milk
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 egg


Put the pot of oil on the stove over medium heat and make the pancake batter.
In another bowl, mix together the milk, egg and oil. Add a pinch of salt and then pour in the milk mixture and mix well.
If your batter is too thin, add a bit more pancake mix.
Once your pan has reached 350 F. turn down the heat just a bit.
Dip the oreos into the batter and toss them around to coat well. Do this quickly so they don’t get soggy.
Lower them into the hot oil and fry them, turning them and moving them around for a couple minutes. Each batch should take no more than 2-3 minutes to get nice and golden brown.
Remove from oil and rest on some paper towels.


Check out the original source for this fried oreo recipe with all the directions, photos and helpful tips at: Instructables

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