5 Ways to Put Oreos In All of Your Food and Drinks
Oreos. As we know, there are many ways to eat them. Crack them in half, lick out the vanilla cream filling, gulp them down whole or dunk them into a glass of milk.
But why stop there? Let Oreos take your cocktail game to the next level. Here are some fun, boozy drinks that incorporate America’s favorite cookie.
This piece originally appeared on Liquor.com.
Double Stuf Oreo Martini
Pay the Martini snobs no mind: sometimes it’s time to indulge. With an Oreo-infused vodka, ground cookies and marshmallow, this dessert cocktail is double stuffed (pun definitely intended) with one of the nation’s favorite snacks.
Double Stuffed Oreo Shots
Oreo Shots. Best.
What could surprise and delight your guests more than a boozy treat that reminds them of childhood? These Jell-O shots, made with vodka and white chocolate liqueur, are cut into rounds and sandwiched between chocolate cookies, so they look like Oreos and taste like Oreos—with a kick.
Cookie Monster Cocktail
If you find yourself saying “I want cookies” without realizing it, you may identify with the inspiration for this milkshake cocktail. Perfect for anyone wanting an extravagant boozy treat, this over-the-top drink contains ice cream, frosting, chocolate chips, Oreos and, of course, a healthy dose of booze (your choice of Baileys, coffee liqueur, brandy and/or cacao liqueur). The best part? Omit the booze and it’s an icy indulgence for kids, too.
Oreo Cookie Shots
Only one of the shots inspired by National Oreo Day uses the cookies as a garnish, but both shots do justice to the cookie. Made using ingredients like Irish creams, coffee liqueur, and crème de cacao (and a nice dose of vodka), these shooters are creamy and chocolatey. Another, please!
Cookies and Coconut Popsicle
Three ingredients and you’re done.
Not in the mood for a boozy treat? This simple popsicle recipe may do the trick. Made with Oreos cookies, coconut milk (or cream) and vanilla extract, this riff on cookies-and-cream is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.