What To Do With Leftover Oreo Filling

What To Do With Leftover Oreo Filling?

Last Updated on July 19, 2024 by Lori Walker

Got some extra Oreo filling in your fridge and puzzled on what to do with it?

Never fear. We’re here to help.

This blog post will share some delicious recipes using leftover Oreo filling. So get out your mixer and pots and pans. It’s time to get cooking.

10 Things To Do With Leftover Oreo Filling

1. Make Homemade Oreo Ice Cream

All you need is a quart of vanilla ice cream and a cup of leftover Oreo filling. Add the filling to the ice cream and stir until it is evenly mixed in.

Try topping your ice cream with crushed Oreos for an extra special treat. Not only will your taste buds be delighted, but you’ll also impress your friends with your creative use of leftovers.

Find out what happens when you put an Oreo in the microwave here.

2. Use It As A Dip For Fruit

If you’re looking for a creative way to use leftover Oreo filling, try using it as a dip for fruit. This delicious and easy-to-make treat is perfect for a quick snack or an after-dinner dessert.

Spread the Oreo filling on a plate or in a shallow bowl, then dip your favorite fruits into it. You can also add a few drops of milk or cream to thin out the filling if it’s too thick. 

3. Add It To Your Favorite Cookie Dough Recipe

Are you tired of the same old cookie dough recipe? Why not mix things up by adding in some leftover Oreo filling? 

Not only will it add some extra flavor, but it will also make your cookies extra fluffy and moist.

Just be sure to add less liquid to your dough since the Oreo filling is already quite wet. You can also use this trick to jazz up store-bought cookie dough.

Add a spoonful or two of Oreo filling to the dough and then roll it into balls. Freeze the dough balls for a quick and easy Oreo treat.

But how can you tell if the cookie dough is bad?

4. Bake An Oreo Cream Pie

This is a classic use for leftover Oreo filling and good reason! The rich, creamy filling is the perfect complement to a flaky pie crust.

Bake your favorite pie crust according to the recipe or package directions, then fill it with the leftover Oreo filling. Bake the pie for 15-20 minutes or until the filling is set.

Find out if you can use bread flour for your pie crust here.

5. Make Oreo Truffles

If you’re feeling fancy, why not make Oreo truffles? These bite-sized treats are perfect for special occasions and are surprisingly easy to make.

Start by mixing equal parts Oreo filling and softened cream cheese. Once the mixture is smooth, shape it into small balls and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.

Next, melt some chocolate chips and dip each truffle in the chocolate. Place them on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet and refrigerate until the chocolate is set. Enjoy.

6. Make Oreo Ice Cream Sandwiches 

Homemade Oreo Ice Cream Sandwiches 

Spread the filling onto a sheet of plastic wrap, roll it into a log, and freeze it. Then, when you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, cut off a slice of the filling and sandwich it between two cookies.

Find out how many cookies there are in a package of Oreos here.

7. Make Oreo Donuts

The next time you find yourself with leftover Oreo filling, put it to good use by making Oreo donuts. This delicious treat is easy to make and only requires a few simple ingredients.

First, roll the Oreo filling into small balls. Then, press the balls into the center of your favorite donut batter. 

Be sure to seal the edges well, so the filling doesn’t leak out during cooking. Finally, fry the donuts until they are golden brown, and enjoy.

Find out the ratio of a standard Oreo cookie to cream here.

8. Make An Oreo Milkshake.

Add milk and Oreos (filling and all) to a blender, and blend until smooth. You can add a scoop of ice cream for an extra creamy treat.

This delicious shake is sure to please any Oreo lover. So next time you have some leftover Oreo filling put it to good use and make an Oreo milkshake [1].

Check out these easy tips to make with cookie crumbs here.

9. Make Oreo Rocky Road Bark

Oreo Rocky Road Bark is a creative and delicious way to use up Oreo filling. First, melt some chocolate chips and spread them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Then, add Oreo filling, mini marshmallows, and chopped Oreos. Place the baking sheet in the freezer for about 30 minutes or until the chocolate is firm. 

Once the chocolate is firm, remove the Oreo Rocky Road Bark from the freezer and break it into pieces.

10. Oreo Pudding Dessert Cups

Oreo pudding dessert cups are a fun and easy way to enjoy Oreo cookies without all the mess! Layer Oreo cookie crumbs, Oreo pudding, and whipped topping in small cupcake liners.

For an extra special touch, top it with a mini Oreo cookie. Oreo pudding dessert cups can be made ahead of time and refrigerated until ready to serve. 

They are perfect for parties, potlucks, or any time you crave a delicious Oreo treat.

Read: 10 Things You Should Do With Your Leftover Pastry Cream


How to melt Oreo cream?

There are a few ways to melt Oreo cream. One way is to microwave it for about 10-15 seconds. Another way is to put it in a bowl and then put the bowl in hot water. The third way is to use a stovetop. Put the pan on low heat, and then add the Oreo cream. Stir until it’s melted.

What is the filling inside an Oreo?

The filling inside an Oreo is a cream cheese-based frosting. It contains sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, water, modified food starch, palm oil, monoglycerides, cellulose gum, sodium citrate, potassium sorbate (preservative), artificial flavors, and colors (yellow 5 and 6).

Does Oreo sell the filling?

No, Oreo also sells cookies. However, the filling is one of the most popular parts of the Oreo.

Why are Oreos dipped in milk so good?

The milk enhances the flavors of the Oreo and the chocolate while cutting through some of the sweetness. It’s a classic pairing that has been around for years.

Final Thoughts

There are many possibilities for what to do with leftover Oreo filling.

You can use it as a dip, spread it on toast or fruit, make cookies or brownies, or even eat it straight out of the jar.

No matter how you choose to enjoy your Oreo filling, be sure to savor every last bite.


Lori Walker

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