The title is a mouthful.
The cookies are a mouthful. Of happiness. Of pure joy. Of sunshine on a rainy day.
I love these cookies. I really love these cookies. I really really love these cookies.
I wish I had more of these cookies but you see I already ate them. I’m a bad girl. But I’m happy because they are so good. But I’m sad because they are all gone.
I think I need to make more of these cookies as soon as possible.
I hope you make them too. Your life will be better. Thee cookies are magic.
These cookies guys, THESE COOKIES.
So let me tell you a secret, maybe it’s not a secret. I don’t know. Around Halloween (I know it’s early September but in my opinion Halloween should be everyday because I love costumes, ghosts and pumpkins) Oreo releases limited edition Candy Corn Oreo Cookies. They might only be sold at Target, I’m not sure, but that’s the only place I know that sells them. Last year I went to Target 3 times a week for the entire month of October and they were sold out every single time. The employees told me people were buying multiple packs. I could not get one. I was devastated. So imagine my incredible happiness when I saw them in Target last week. I started crying in the cookie aisle. I slid to the ground, cookies in my arm, hugging them tightly, crying out loudly “I LOVE YOU!”. Target asked me to leave, but first I bought the cookies. Even the cashier saw the cookies and gave me a look like “girl”. And I gave her a look back that said “girl”. That’s a good look by the way.
So if you are reading this post, I ask you to PLEASE find these cookies. Set your goal for the next 2 months to find these Oreo cookies. They should be very high up there on the priority list. Actually they should be top priority. Bills, education, kids, work, whatever. CANDY CORN OREO COOKIES = #1.
- 1 stick softened butter
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 1/2 cup flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 15 Candy Corn Oreo Cookies - broken up
- 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix together softened butter, sugar, brown sugar.
- Add egg and vanilla and continue to mix until all creamed together.
- Mix flour, baking soda and salt in a bowl.
- Add wet ingredients to flour mixture slowly, mix until well combined.
- Stir in broken up Oreo cookies and white chocolate chips until combined.
- Place tablespoons of cookie batter on parchment covered baking sheet. Bake for 10-14 minutes, until bottoms are slightly browned.
- Let cool.
- Eat and enjoy!
- This makes 24 cookies.
Here they are, in all their glory. This is how many was left by the time I got to this recipe. I’m just going to warn you right now. I am a crazy Oreo addict when it comes to limited edition like Candy Corn, Gingerbread (omg dont even get me started) and Birthday Cake. I will eat them all in 1 day. I am horrible. I tell Matthew sometimes when he leaves the house to take them with him (seriously). Or I tell him to hide them. Then when he leaves I tear the apartment apart to find them. They make me crazy. So if you have these cookies in your house, you might go crazy. I mean in a good “these are so delicious I’m going to cry” crazy way.
Let me tell you something else. Last year when these came out there were a few websites that gave these cookies bad reviews. They made what they thought were cute little witty videos saying how they weren’t good, weren’t healthy, named ingredients they couldn’t pronounce. GUYS. THESE ARE OREO COOKIES. If you are buying these cookies because you think they might be a healthy alternative I think you have to rethink your logic. These are processed cookies. They are supposed to make you fall crazy in love with them and eat 24 in a day. Also, never let me hear you say a horrible thing about these cookies or I will physically throw cookies at you (and then pick them off the ground and eat them). Anyways, moral of the story, try the cookies yourself. Then fall in love. Then invite me to the wedding.
Ok let’s make these cookies already. I’m all worked up now.
Then break up your Oreo cookies and eat it with a spoon. HAHAHAHAHAH just kidding. HAHAHAHAHA not kidding at all. HAHAHAHAHAH just kidding. HAHAHAHAHA not kidding at all. HAHAHAHAHAH just kidding. HAHAHAHAHA not kidding at all. HAHAHAHAHAH just kidding. HAHAHAHAHA not kidding at all. Ok, just take a quick spoonful!
Thank you Oreo Cookies for all the comfort you’ve given me over the years.
I love you forever,