Sunday, 15 March 2015

Welcome - Stuffed Cookie Dough Chocolate Oreo's

Welcome to my brand spanking new blog!

The name Fashionable Bake comes from myself being a fashion student who loves to bake all things naughty and nice. The blog posts I hope will get readers as in love with baking as I am, all the recipes and methods for everything I make will be posted alongside images of processes and the final mouth watering delight. Most of my bakes will be the indulging sorts (indulging is good!!!) however, I am a bit of a fitness freak so I may try out some healthier treats too, also maybe some gluten, dairy free etc. to try and reach out to more readers. But this will depend upon how much my student loan will stretch.
Please bare with me as I'm currently photographing recipes on my phone until I go home over Easter, then I shall be able to pick up my DSLR and be able to photograph all that HD chocolatey, sweet goodness (try not to let yourself drool too much). To whoever comes across this blog I hope you feel inspired (and hungry) to get baking. 
- Fashionable Bake 

Stuffed Cookie Dough Chocolate Coated Oreo's

Okay this isn't a very advanced bake (or much of a bake at all) but that's not to say it's lacking in indulging flavours to satisfy that sweet tooth. Plus it is so simple to make and they look pretty good too! You can't turn down an Oreo... especially an Oreo stuffed with cookie dough and coated in chocolate
(unless you don't like Oreo's)

If you aren't convinced about these, though I'd like to think you all are then behold

Let's just take a moment shall we...

So now that I'm presuming you all want to go ahead and make these beauties, here is the how to

  • Oreo's 
  • 300g Chocolate of your choice for the coating
  • 130g Plain Flour
  • 115g Unsalted Butter (room temp or melted slightly)
  • 150g Chocolate Chips
  • 165g Soft Brown Sugar
  • 2 tbsp Milk
  • 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 tsp Salt

If you already have an edible cookie dough recipe then feel free to use that but I shall include a simple step by step on how to make an edible cookie dough within the method
Cookie dough recipe adapted from the lovely Center Cut Cook


  1. Cream together the brown sugar and butter with a spoon, once combined, stir in the vanilla and salt.
  2. Mix in the flour, at this stage the dough will become crumbly this is suppose to happen so don't worry.
  3. Pour in the milk and mix, now your dough will look more like cookie dough.
  4. Lastly for the cookie dough, fold in the chocolate chips. It's up to you how many you put in but I think the more the better.
  5. So now we have our cookie dough (looks good doesn't it)we want to stuff our Oreo's. Take apart each Oreo and (with clean hands) place a ball of cookie dough on top of the creme half and even out. Be gentle as the biscuits can break easily.   (The leftover cookie dough should be kept in the fridge or it can be kept in the freezer for up to 3 months)
  6. Now we have stuffed our Oreo's, we need to weigh out our chocolate and cut into small chunks ready for melting. You may wish to microwave the chocolate to melt it but just be careful not to burn it. 
  7. Place chocolate into a glass bowl and fill up a pan with boiling water and place on a low to medium heat. Place glass bowl on top of the pan and keep stirring the chocolate until melted. 
  8. Whilst the chocolate is melting, line either baking tray(s) or plate(s) with greaseproof paper so the chocolate doesn't stick to the tray whilst it cools.
  9. Once the chocolate has melted take the pan off the heat. With a spoon place a stuffed Oreo onto the spoon and dip into the melted chocolate, ensuring all sides are covered. Once covered, place Oreo onto the lined tray or plate.
  10. The Oreo's will then need to go in the fridge for at least 30 minutes to ensure that the chocolate has set.

I hope you have all found this recipe to be simple and easy to follow and I hope the eating part lives up to its expectations... I can't doubt that it wouldn't. 
My next post will contain a bit more (or actual) baking and just as much (if not more) drooling. 

Instagram - fashionablebake

No comments:

Post a Comment