Oreos! I think just about everyone loves Oreos, those chocolate cookies with the creamy filled centers. Of course everyone has their own preference when it comes to eating those yummy cookies. Do you bite into the whole sandwich or do you twist one side off and eat the creamy filling first? Personally I’m the bite the sandwich kind of gal! Now as much as we love oreos we also love funnel cake, that oily sweet crunchy treat you find at fairs, carnivals, and theme parks. Well have you ever had Deep Fried Oreos?
The only way I can describe Deep Fried Oreos is to say they’re a marriage of Oreo cookies and funnel cake. Yes it’s a battered and fried treat that has recently been added to the fried treats found at the state fairs and carnivals across the country. But it’s so easy to make at home so you don’t have to wait until the fair comes to town!
All you need is pancake batter, eggs, milk, oil, and of course the oreos. It’s so easy you can make a batch of about 2 dozen in less than an hour. I fry mine in coconut oil instead of vegetable oil, the coconut oil gives it that little bitty taste of coconut, yummy! But you can fry it in any oil you normally use. So with out further delay here’s the recipe. Hope you love these treats as much as we do!
Deep Fried Oreos
1 Cup Milk
1 1/2 cups Bisquick mix
1 Tsp. Vanilla
About 2″ oil for deep frying
Beat Eggs and milk together in a small bowl.
Mix in Bisquick until the batter is smooth not lumpy.
Stir in Vanilla
Heat oil over medium high heat.
Dip each oreo in dough and drop into hot oil.
Fry until golden brown.
Drain fried oreos on paper towel
Dust with powdered sugar and serve.
Some folks like them hot, they’re crunchier when served hot. But others like them cooled. I’m not sure how well they keep as we never have any left over that needs storing!