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Published March 4, 2013 | By Mr. Cookie
Well my mouth is watering just thinking about this giveaway! Our bakery artisans have outdone themselves with some of their latest creations and we want to share some of the goodness with our blog readers. CookieGiftBaskets.com is giving away a Tin of 16 Chocolate Covered Oreos that feature our celebration confetti decorations. And no, we aren't giving away just one tin, we are choosing THREE lucky winners who will each receive a yummy tin full of Oreos valued at $35. Remember this giveaway ends 3/17 so hurry and enter today! America's favorite cookie just got even better which I honestly didn't think was possible. I grew up eating Oreo cookies and I have been known to eat a whole sleeve myself even as an adult. So when I saw
Published October 18, 2011 | By Nicole
Lovers of Oreos will want to learn how to make an Oreo milkshake. It’s another way to use your favorite cookie in an innovative way. Many recipes exist for the beloved milkshake. Here is one you can easily commit to memory. Take a dozen Oreo cookies, any flavor. Place them in a blender. Add 1-1/2 cups of cold milk. Swirl it up. Next add one pint of your favorite ice cream and a tablespoon of good chocolate syrup to the blended mix. Swirl. Pour into a tall glass and enjoy. It’s so easy to make this milkshake that you can offer Oreo milkshakes at your next party. Set up an Oreo cookie favor bar complete with blender and have ice cream on ice or in a small bar freezer so guests can make their own shakes. Some restaurants offer Oreo cookie
Published September 7, 2011 | By Nicole
So simple, and yet so delicious, these wonderful treats aren't just kids cookies. Two chocolate cookies sandwich white, creamy decadence. Competition for the role of favorite cookie is fierce, but Oreo has earned itself a top spot in all of our hearts – and stomachs. The versatile cookie can be enjoyed by itself, of course, with a cold glass of milk or in milkshakes and ice cream treats. You can also crumble some Oreo goodness to make a wonderful crust. It’s easy, and you will be able to serve your guests a scrumptious dessert that is just a little out of the ordinary. You will need: Oreos! And lots of them. This particular crust uses about 1 1/2 cups of crushed cookie crumbs, which is about 22 cookies. 3 tablespoons
Published July 28, 2011 | By Nicole
If you can’t get enough of Oreos, you’ll want to order an Oreo dessert while you’re dining out. Many restaurants now offer Oreo desserts that are pleasing crowds from coast to coast. Try the Domino’s dessert pizza. You can now order a pizza from your favorite 30-minute pizza place in the flavor of the beloved Oreo. It’s a thin crust pizza made of sugary dough with a vanilla sauce with chunks of Oreos on top. The company originally came up with the dessert because they needed one that would cook as fast as a pizza and at the same temperature as their pizza ovens are set to for their savory pizzas. And so the dessert pizza was born. McDonald’s offers an Oreo caramel sundae that you can savor while you’re out. Grab one next time