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After trying out Trader Joe's cookie butter, I became curious about what other cookies you could make cookie butter from, and found this recipe for oreo cookie butter. It's fun and easy to make and wo
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Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 1:35 AM EST
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After trying out Trader Joe's cookie butter, I became curious about what other cookies you could make cookie butter from, and found this recipe for oreo cookie butter. It's fun and easy to make and would make a great gift for the holidays. There are also online recipes for homemade Nutella and regular cookie butter that you could put in a jar and give as a gift.

Ingredients
  • 1 box of Oreo Cookies (about 36 cookies)
  • ¼ cup coconut oil*, at room temperature
Instructions
  1. Combine the oreos and coconut oil in a food processor. Turn it on and let it run for at least 5 minutes. Scrape down the sides, and let it run again for at least 3 minutes, longer if you have the patience.
  2. The food processor will heat up the coconut oil, making it very fluid: as your finished Oreo Cookie Butter cools, it will solidify more to the consistency of peanut butter. Store at room temperature. (I found that it took around 10-12 minutes total processing time to get the mixture the right consistency. )
Notes
*If you don’t like the taste of coconut oil, substitute vegetable oil, but use less as it will result in a runnier product.


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posted at 11/19/2013 7:19 AM EST
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 it was very good tasting.

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posted at 11/19/2013 7:47 AM EST
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Thanks for the info and recipe.

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posted at 11/19/2013 8:30 AM EST
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never heard of cookie butter thank you

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 8:33 AM EST
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What would you use cookie butter for?

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 9:39 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Oreo cookie butter:
What would you use cookie butter for?
Posted by Marian M

It is good as a replacement for peanut butter on toast or bread. 
I would also guess that it could be used in place of peanut butter in some recipes. 
And there are some recipes designed for "cookie butter" do a search for Biscoff spread that is one brand name, manufacturer is Lotus they do have recipes on their site. 

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 9:40 AM EST
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In Response to Oreo cookie butter:
After trying out Trader Joe's cookie butter, I became curious about what other cookies you could make cookie butter from, and found this recipe for oreo cookie butter. It's fun and easy to make and would make a great gift for the holidays. There are also online recipes for homemade Nutella and regular cookie butter that you could put in a jar and give as a gift. Ingredients 1 box of Oreo Cookies (about 36 cookies) ¼ cup coconut oil*, at room temperature Instructions Combine the oreos and coconut oil in a food processor. Turn it on and let it run for at least 5 minutes. Scrape down the sides, and let it run again for at least 3 minutes, longer if you have the patience. The food processor will heat up the coconut oil, making it very fluid: as your finished Oreo Cookie Butter cools, it will solidify more to the consistency of peanut butter. Store at room temperature. (I found that it took around 10-12 minutes total processing time to get the mixture the right consistency. ) Notes *If you don’t like the taste of coconut oil, substitute vegetable oil, but use less as it will result in a runnier product.
Posted by Thomas P

Thanks for the "recipe" I have been looking at the label to see if I could make it.  Pretty much like I have made my version of Nutella. 
The coconut oil is a good idea and I happen to love the taste of it.  Now I can think of all sorts of cookies to turn into "butter" 

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 11:44 AM EST
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Never heard of it, but would like to try it!

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 3:13 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Oreo cookie butter:
In Response to Oreo cookie butter : Thanks for the "recipe" I have been looking at the label to see if I could make it.  Pretty much like I have made my version of Nutella.  The coconut oil is a good idea and I happen to love the taste of it.  Now I can think of all sorts of cookies to turn into "butter" 
Posted by nikki p


Betty Crocker has a recipe for homemade regular cookie butter. It's rated pretty highly. http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/cookie-butter/f0569c2e-1f93-443a-9409-e82c81246588

Re: Oreo cookie butter

posted at 11/19/2013 4:48 PM EST
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never heard of cookie butter but I hate Oreo's

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posted at 11/19/2013 6:11 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Oreo cookie butter:
never heard of cookie butter but I hate Oreo's
Posted by Mary L

Cookie butter is good.  If you want to try this any cookie will work.  I personally think a ginger snap would be good this time of year.  Would taste great on a slice of pumpkin bread.  I would cut back on the molasses called for in the recipe. 
I also think a peanut butter cookie would be good, no molasses in that one!
And I think a chocolate chip cookie would be good.  
Possibilities are endless. 
Try cookie butter as a dip or spread for apples, pears or warm a bit and add it as a topping for ice cream, who does not like cookies and ice cream. 

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