Here's How to DIY Your Own Oreo Cookie Butter

If you're all over the food scene, you've probably seen or at least heard about Chef Dominique Ansel's new Oreo cookie spread.

ICYMI, the culinary genius partnered with Oreo to develop a limited-edition Oreo-inspired spread made with chocolate ganache and biscuits. Currently this treat is only available at his bakery in New York City. Major bummer, right? Wrong.

Why? Because you can DIY your very own delicious Oreo spread right at home. That's right.

With the help of Pinterest, I created my own Oreo cookie butter spread that's not only easy to make, it's mind-boggling good.

Scroll below to see how I made it.

Although there are several recipes for Oreo Cookie Butter Spread on Pinterest, I decided to go with a simple one I found HERE.

All you need to get this chocolatey goodness going is the following:

  • A package of Oreos
  • 4 tablespoons of butter
  • 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/4 cup evaporated milk
  • A blender or food processor
  • A mason jar to store your spread in

Ingredients to make Oreo Cookie Butter

I found all of my ingredients (even the mason jars) at Target!

Once all of your ingredients are gathered, you'll need to begin by scraping out the frosting of all of the Oreos—I found this step a little painful because I love the creme filling so much. The good news is, you won't be getting rid of the frosting, simply put it in a bowl to the side. 

Once your Oreos are creme-free, put them all in a food processor or blender and blend them until there are no big chunks.

Oreo cookies blended up

Next, take softened butter, condensed milk, evaporated milk and your leftover creme and mix them all together in one larger bowl.

You'll want to whisk this liquid mixture thoroughly until it's completely smooth.

Liquid ingredients for making Oreo Cookie Butter

Now it's time to mix up the wet and dry ingredients.

First, begin by pouring just half of the liquid mix into the blended Oreos and stir until you get to a consistency you're happy with.

Then, pour the second half of the liquid mix in and repeat. If you're mixture is too thick, you can try adding water to soften it up. 

Once the mixture is thoroughly combined, it's time to store the tasty concoction in a mason jar and place it in the refrigerator for two hours—it's so hard to wait this long when all you want is a taste!

After patiently waiting for the spread to get cold in the fridge, pull it out and enjoy!

Oreo spread and pretzels

It's literally like an ooey, gooey version of your fave cookie. Pair it with pretzels, toast, other cookies, you name it! Your taste buds will not be disappointed.

 

We have a slight obsession with Oreo's creative flavors over here at Sweety High. Click HERE to see some of the flavors we only wish the company would make.