Food & Recipes

Our Oreo Cookie Cups Make Dunking a Thing of the Past


Even if you can’t get to New York to enjoy the milk and cookie shots trend, you can easily make them at home! Oreo desserts may be delicious, but only our cookie cups made out of the classic chocolate sandwich cookies let you have your Oreos and milk at the same time–without the soggy fingers that come with dunking!

You might not have seen the super-sweet dessert trend all over social media, but a certain bakery in New York had dessert lovers lining up for chocolate chip cookies baked into mini shot glasses that were then filled with milk. Though we love the classic cookies as much as the next person, the chocolate-and-cream profile of Oreos holds a firm place in our hearts. Also, we’re not eager to stand in line for an hour or more for a little something sweet. (If you lean more toward the tried-and-true home-baked treat, make sure to use our secret ingredient for the best chocolate chip cookies.)

Now you can have your cookie shot–and your Oreos, too. We had to find a way to recreate the sweet idea for ourselves, and we promise it will work in your kitchen, too. The cups are made the same basic way as an Oreo cookie crust, and they rely on a thin layer of melted white chocolate to keep them from getting soggy when you pour out your milk. We would tell you to eat them quickly, but they won’t last long as soon as your family catches a glimpse–or a whiff–of these yummy, chocolatey creations.

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If something a little more indulgent is more your speed, try whipping up our creamy, dreamy no-bake cookies and cream cheesecake, which will also get you your Oreo fix.

Watch the short video below to see what you’ll need to make these sweet shots.

Oreo Milk and Cookie Shots

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