Oreo-Stuffed Doughnut Holes With Oreo Filling Glaze Go Above And Beyond All Of Your Wildest Cookie-Loving Dreams

Just when you thought that everything on God’s green Earth had been done to, with, for, about, and including the Oreo cookie, BOOM. Like magic, here we are yet again with one more insanely good, deliciously decadent, new twist on this old favorite. How amazing are these Oreo-Stuffed doughnut holes? I simply stuffed a doughnut with a mini Oreo (you know, those super cute, little tiny Oreos that have almost no calories and no fat since they're, err, mini... yep, those!), and then... OMG THEN, I melted up the innards (the "stuf," if you will) of some large Oreos that I shamelessly scraped clean. I melted it all until it became the most amazing "stuf" glaze on the planet, and you. are. welcome.

While the "stuf" was all warm and gooey and melty and totally irresistible, I proceeded to drizzle it all over these Oreo-stuffed doughnut holes. Are you wondering what I did with all those empty Oreos that I scraped clean? Hmm... are you? Here's your answer: I zested them all over that amazing "stuf" glaze. That's right — no Oreo goodness was harmed, wasted, or forgotten during the making of this recipe.

Now go make some. Go. GO!

What You'll Need:

  • 1 container of Pillsbury biscuits (8 count) — I used the small biscuits for this. (I only used one container, but you can use as many as you'd like.)
  • Mini Oreos — one per each doughnut hole
  • The "stuf" scraped out of 40 regular-sized Oreos, and some of the Oreo cookies leftover for the crumb topping
  • Oil for frying (I used canola)


1. Simply place a mini Oreo in the center of the biscuit, roll it up into a tight little dough ball of deliciousness, and fry them up a few at a time in (350 degree) oil, just until they're golden and firm.

2. For the glaze, separate the "stuf" from the cookies. Put all that "stuf" in the microwave for approximately 20 seconds or so — just until it becomes a magical glaze.

3. Let them cool, then drizzle that glorious goodness all over those Oreo doughnut holes.

4. Employ those leftover Oreos. I used a zester and turned them into some fine crumbs. Sprinkle those crumbs all over that glistening glaze. Let them set up for a bit, if you can. Share them with all the people begging, and don't forget about YOU! Dig in!

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