Whip Up These Cookie Desserts In No Time With Just 3 Ingredients

Of all the cookies in the world, Oreos are among the most recognisable and adored by people of all ages. It is the distinctively creamy filling that has made chocolate sandwich biscuits renowned. Their delightful flavour has been enjoyed by people of all ages for years, especially when dipped in milk. Oreos are great on their own, but they also get even better when combined with other tasty ingredients. Using only two other ingredients and Oreos, here are three easy and quick treats to whip together. 

Oreo Cake 

The decadent delight of Oreo Cake is a heavenly dessert featuring layers of moist chocolate cake sandwiched with creamy Oreo frosting. Topped with crushed Oreo cookies for an irresistible crunch, this cake is a celebration of the iconic cookie's rich flavour. Perfect for any occasion, it's a treat that's sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. 


1 pack of Oreo cookies 

1 ½ cups milk 

2 ½ tsp baking powder 

For the optional ganache frosting: 

120 gm semi-sweet chocolate 

½ cup heavy cream 


In an air fryer: 

Preheat the air fryer. Grease a cake pan and set aside. 

Process the Oreos until they are crumbs. 

In a bowl, mix together the Oreo crumbs, baking powder and milk. Keep stirring till it’s all completely mixed. It should result in a thin batter. 

Pour the batter in the pan and pop it in the air fryer for 15-25 minutes. Check by inserting a toothpick into the cake. When it comes out clean, the cake is ready. 

Let it cool. 

In the meantime, if you’re interested, work on the ganache. 

Finely chop the chocolate bar into small, uneven pieces. 

Pour the heavy cream into a bowl and heat in the microwave until it's hot. 

Then add the chopped chocolate and stir until it's melted and mixed in. 

Once it’s well mixed, set aside and let it cool. As it cools, the chocolate will thicken slightly. 

Once the cake is ready, spoon teh ganache onto it in an even layer. 

In a microwave 

Follow the same steps of processing the Oreos into crumbs and mixing together the ingredients to form a batter. 

Pour the batter into a microwave-safe pan and turn the microwave on for roughly 25 minutes on high power, or until a toothpick comes out clean. 

The Oreo Special 

Enjoy the wonderful combination of crumbled Oreo cookies and light whipped cream in the Oreo Special Whipped Dessert. The perfect harmony of creamy sweetness and crunchy cookie goodness characterises this decadent treat, which is why dessert enthusiasts the world over adore it. Indulge in the mouth-watering Oreo flavours with every delicious bite of this sweet treat. 


4 cups whipped, thickened cream (whipped) 

1 cup milk 

3 packs of Oreo cookies—original or any flavour you like 


Spread one-third of the cream into a large dish. 

One at a time, dip the cookies in the milk for a few seconds, and then place on the cream layer. 

Add the next one-third of the cream, and then another layer of milk-soaked cookies. 

Add the final third of the cream. 

Crush the remaining Oreos and sprinkle on top as decoration. 

Refrigerate for 4 hours or until it has set. Serve chilled. 

Oreo Truffles 

Oreo Truffles, with their thick chocolate shell and creamy Oreo filling, are an appealing treat. Crunchy cookie crumbs and creamy chocolate make the ideal combination in these little treats. Whether you're indulging in them as a treat for yourself or giving them as a present, Oreo Truffles are a guaranteed treat. 


3 packs of Oreo cookies 

1 tub cream cheese 

1 packet of dark chocolate melts 


Ready a baking tray with parchment paper and set aside. 

Process the Oreos until they have turned into crumbs. Add the cream cheese and mix until it has thoroughly mixed. 

Roll the mixture into small balls, much like you would with laddoos, and set them onto the tray. Place in the freezer for 25 minutes. 

Add the chocolate into a microwave-friendly bowl and heat for 30 seconds. Then remove and stir, and put it back in the microwave. Keep heating in 30-second increments and stirring until completely melted. 

Dip the frozen balls in the chocolate; remove the excess, and place the balls back on the tray. 

At this point, you can sprinkle on any topping of your choice if you’d like. 

Place the tray back in the refrigerator until it's set, which should take roughly 10 minutes. Serve cold.