Twist. Lick. Dip in milk. Eat. Have another one!
Oreos are so good but also expensive! So, why buy them when you can make your own? Honestly, mine are better than the store bought ones. They are not hard to make, but the recipe makes quite a few, so make sure you are not in a hurry.
To make about 40 Oreos you will need:
- 3dl Flour
- 1,2dl Cocoa
- 1tsp Baking soda
- 1/4tsp Baking powder
- Pinch of salt
- 2.36dl Sugar
- 150g Soft butter
- 1 Egg
Sift together all the dry ingredients and mix well. Then add the butter to make a crumble. (I guess you could use a mixer, don’t know why I didn’t) Mix in the egg to form a dough. Cool if necessary. Use a teaspoon measure to create equal sized dollops. Roll them into balls and press down to make the cookie-shape. These cookies will not plump out a lot, only increase in height, so you can place them quite close to each other. Cook for 7 minutes in 190°C. Let them cool on the pan so that they harden.
Then make the filling using:
- 50g Soft butter
- 1/2dl Vegetable oil (not olive)
- 2tsp Vanilla
- 4.75dl Powdered sugar
Mix butter, oil and vanilla until there are no lumps. Gradually sift in the sugar and mix until fluffy. Then pour it in a bag, snip the end of and put the filling of half the cookies. Put the other cookies as lids. Enjoy!
Some how I had much too much filling. Maybe because I ate so much of the dough. (it was the best cookie dough I ever had)
If there are any left - I don’t see how that could happen - store them in the fridge.