Better than Oreo cookies? I know, sounds like it can't be true! But these are fun to make too! They are easy. You get to use a mix to get you jump started. They would be perfect cookies to make when you have a little helper!! With a wonderful cream cheese based icing in the middle. We all know that Oreo's are about the center. It has to be both tasty and addicting. These do have a wonderful center. The cream cheese just adds a nice creamy texture.
Now I will give you a word of advice when you make these Oreo cookies. And it's important. Smaller cookies are better! These can be too big to eat if you end up using cookies that are big. Remember, you have two cookies and the filling in the center to try to eat. Keep them smaller! It's kind of like when you serve appetizers. You know how when you have tiny ones, everyone feels perfectly fine to have one or two or six? But, it was a full sized appetizer, there would be no way people would take them. Ooops, I guess that's two pieces of advice :).
Now, before you get started, make sure you let your butter and cream cheese sit out at room temperature for an hour or two. It needs to be soft for the icing. I'm sure most of you know that, but for those of you who don't, you are welcome for that tip.Print
If you like Oreo cookies, you'll love these! Two chocolate cookies with a creamy icing filling.
- 2 packages of Devils Food Cake.
- 4 Eggs
- ⅔ cup oil
- ¼ cup softened butter
- 2 cups icing sugar
- ½ package of cream cheese
- Preheat oven to 375 Fahrenheit
- Dump cake mix into bowl
- Lightly beat eggs and add to bowl.
- Add ⅔ cups oil.
- Stir well and mix will come together.
- Roll into 1 inch balls.
- Bake on ungreased cookie sheets for 8 minutes (middle rack).
- Remove cookies and while still hot Drop about 12" onto your counter (to flatten).
- If not flattened enough, use your hand or a spatula.
- Allow cookies to cool.
- To Make icing:
- Mix butter, sugar and cream cheese.
- Put a 'glob' of icing in the center of one cookie and sandwich the other cookie.
- Press cookies together until icing comes to the edges of the cookies
Recipe inspired by: Old Farmer's Almanac.
Hope you enjoy this cookie! It's fun to make and even more fun to eat. Thanks so much to my little friend Emma for finding the recipe that inspired this one!