Oreo Cookie Dough Blondies


Oreo Cookie Dough Blondies

What a weekend!  Gorgeous weather, Costco, Trader Joes, a trip to the Planetarium, and the Badgers won!  Did you watch any of the Elite 8 basketball games?  We don’t watch a lot of basketball, but come March Madness, that is about all that is on here.  We are from WI, and big Badger fans in this house.  So it was  a stressful Saturday night around here.  But we are now so excited for them to be going to the Final Four for only the 3rd time, ever!  My son also had his first two games of the spring flag football season.  So it was a sport filled weekend around here.  Almost looking forward to getting back to the work week, so things can settle down a little……Almost.

Oreo Cookie Dough Blondies

Have you seen the two new Oreo flavors that came out a couple months ago?  There is Cookie Dough and Marshmallow Krispy.  I was finally able to get my hands on them, so I decided to throw them into a recipe.  I have to say, even though I am cookie dough and chocolate obsessed, the Marshmallow Krispy ones are my favorite.  The Cookie Dough has a hint of coffee to them, which isn’t my favorite.  I might have to try my hand at a homemade version of the cookie dough ones, so they can be pure cookie dough!

Oreo Cookie Dough Blondies

I wanted to make something that would let the Oreo’s stand out, so I went with Blondies.  Blondies are a favorite around here.  They aren’t chocolate based, so my husband loves them.  For me, they have the rich brown sugar taste, so I love them.  Plus they come together in about 5 minutes, with no mixer required.  So they are something that anyone can whip up!

Oreo Cookie Dough Blondies

Yields 12

Classic blondies filled with Cookie Dough flavored Oreo's

5 minPrep Time

25 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 1/2 cup Cookie Dough Oreo's, crushed


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Prepare an 8 inch pan or line with foil.
  2. Mix brown sugar and egg together, until it’s light and fluffy. Add in vanilla and melted butter, mix well
  3. In a separate bowl combine the flour, baking soda and salt. Add the dry ingredients to the wet mixture and incorporate with a spatula. Fold in crushed Oreo's. Do not over mix.
  4. Pour batter to the prepared pan. Bake for about 25-28 minutes. The top will be dry.
  5. Cool completely before cutting.



  1. I saw these on Facebook and I had to come over and check them out! They look awesome Erin!

  2. I’m game to try any new oreo and in a blonde…of course :)

  3. Wow there is more chocolate than blond in the middle. Yay! Your pictures are good. But I will tell you I am quite curious what the texture is like. They looked fudgy which is a major plus in my book. Yep, there is not doubt it’s important for me to taste one to judge—-or maybe I need two or three to judge? Laughing

  4. These blondies look like the perfect way to use those cookie dough Oreos!

  5. I need to eat these now.

  6. Ooooh yum! I agree with you about the oreos, I was not a fan of the cookie dough ones….I am not a coffee fan, so was not keen!

    These look wonderful….although i am trying to cut back on my sugary desserts as my race season is coming up, I would not be able to stop eating these!!! Yummmm!

  7. S. Jacobson says:

    This recipe was simple and quick. It only took me ten minutes to prepare the blondies. I substituted cookie dough Oreos for original since this limited edition of Oreos was not available in stores near me. However, the Oreo blondies still looked incredible and tasted like heaven on earth. I think there would have been too much dough going on if there was cookie dough in the Oreos. Also, instead of crushing up the Oreos and mixing them into the batter, I layered it; batter, whole Oreos, batter again. When you sink your teeth into this delight, it is pleasantly chewy at first and then turns into fudge-y goodness. In the name of god, I bless you with thanks for this glorious recipe. I encourage anyone looking for a fun and scrumptious dessert for the whole family to enjoy to make this recipe. WARNING: If you have diabetes or are on a strict diet, DO NOT consume this product as it contains a high sugar and fat content.

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