Homemade Wicked Oreos

Homemade Wicked Oreos

October 30, 2011 11:17 pm 4 comments


Homemade Wicked Oreos

Wicked, indeed

I’ve never heard heard of Flamings Wings‘ apparently much-revered Wicked Oreos before I posted these photos to my Facebook last week and my officemates started asking me how I made them (one officemate went to Flaming Wings the next day because she craved for their Wicked Oreos after seeing my version). Truth is, K and I just saw Ann Ward in America’s Next Top Model make these, thought they sounded yummy, and forgot about it. It wasn’t until we got a free dessert platter from The Old Spaghetti House that included three of these that I remembered we wanted to try it out.

BTW, if you ever eat at TOSH and your bill amounted to at least a thousand pesos, you qualify for a free dessert platter. Ask your waiter for a survey sheet, answer the form, and you’ll get a platter with three kinds of desserts (one of them was fried cookies!) for free.

Homemade Wicked Oreos

Good to the last bite

I shallow-fried these because I found it harder to deep-fry. It’s harder to control the temperature and honestly, it bothers me when the cookies are not perfectly round :D. I think these look nicer so I stuck with shallow frying when I made them for the second time.

These are pretty easy to make (30 minutes, tops!). The pancake batter I buy comes with it’s own sachet of chocolate syrup, but you can try sprinkling it with cocoa powder and candy sprinkles and top with off with a scoop of ice cream (we didn’t have any since we were just trying it out, but our next batch will definitely come with a scoop!)

Homemade Wicked Oreos

  • A roll of Oreos (contains 10 cookies, I think, you can also substitute with other kinds of cookies)
  • A box of pancake mix
  • Chocolate syrup (optional)
  • Cocoa powder (optional)
  • Candy sprinkles (optional)
  • A scoop of ice cream (optional)
  1. Mix pancake batter according to instructions
  2. Dunk cookies in pancake mix, make sure it’s completely covered
  3. Fry until pancake mix looks golden-brown
  4. Serve on a platter
  5. Top with a scoop of ice cream
  6. Drizzle chocolate syrup and sprinkle with cocoa powder or candy
  7. Enjoy!

4 Comments

  • i am a total fail in baking, i need more practice lol, i will bookmark this recipe of yours and will try to bake it next weekend, still need to buy the baking ingredients hihi

  • I just made homemade lychee yakult, this is actually next on my homemade list. Hihihi. My friend’s telling me how to make it pero yung sa kanya involves deep frying, now I know pwede naman pala kahit shallow lang!

    • Ni-try ko din mag deep fry pero nahirapan ako (OC ako sa bilog na shape nung cookies haha). I’m gonna give deep frying another try sometime baka mas lumambot yung cookie

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