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Oreo Cookie Filling Dip

What’s the best part of an Oreo? The filling, of course! Oreo Cookie Filling Dip is a sweet and creamy dip, separate from the cookie. Dip anything from pretzels to cookies in this awesome dessert side!

An Easy Dessert Dip Recipe

This is basically an Oreo Filling Recipe… BUT I’m using it as a dip for all sorts of fun things!

While some recipes are completely unnecessary for your health, they are completely necessary for your life.

This is totally that.

With Oreos being made bigger and better all the time.. I mean, hello Mega Stuf…my husband and I are wondering when they were just gonna do away with the cookie altogether?

I mean, it’s all about the filling.  Does anyone even BUY regular Oreos anymore?  The motto in our house has always been if it isn’t a Double Stuf, then it’s a Diet Oreo.

And now with the Mega rocking our world…

I left my husband and my  7 year old home with a pack of Oreos in the cabinet and this is what they do…


So we are clearly a filling household.

Until the folks over at Nabisco get their act together and sell the filling alone, I decided to take matters into my own hands.

With Oreo Cookie Filling Dip.

Homemade Oreo Cookie Filling Dip

I think I have come remarkably close to the filling, except I made it a slightly smoother consistency, so it’s a little easier to spread…dip…spoon…inhale…

Oreo Cookie Filling Dip | Cookies and Cups

ORRRR you can fill your own cookies…

Oreo Cookie Filling Dip | Cookies and Cups

It really couldn’t be easier to make..and yes, I know that vegetable shortening isn’t health food.

But this is OREO FILLING DIP.  If you’re looking for healthy today, you’ve come to the wrong spot.

Just mix together some shortening, powdered sugar, water and vanilla…


And that’s it. Dump it all in your bowl and mix it up!

Oreo Cookie Filling Dip | Cookies and Cups


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Oreo Cookie Filling Dip

  • Author: Cookies & Cups
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 12 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American


What’s the best part of an Oreo? The filling, of course! Oreo Cookie Filling Dip is a sweet and creamy dip, separate from the cookie. Dip anything from pretzels to cookies in this awesome dessert side!


  • 1/4 cup vegetable shortening
  • 1/4 cup butter, room temperature
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp granulated sugar
  • 3 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 3 Tbsp hot water


  1. Mix all ingredients with mixer for 2 minutes.
  2. Store in an airtight container for up to a week.


  • Serving Size: 1 cookie
  • Calories: 282
  • Sugar: 58.6 g
  • Sodium: 37.5 mg
  • Fat: 6.1 g
  • Carbohydrates: 58.7 g
  • Protein: 0 g
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg

Keywords: oreo cookie filling recipe, cookie dip recipe, how to make oreo filling, how to make cookie filling, homemade cookie filling recipe

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109 comments on “Oreo Cookie Filling Dip”

    1. Cheesecake is the main base. She was going to do cream cheese, along with oreo filling in the recipe. But its the cream cheese in the actual cheesecake that stops her.

  1. Do you think I could use this to frost a cake? My son’s favorite thing in the world is Oreo filling and I was thinking of making a cake and using this for frosting.

    1. It’s pretty thick. You could thin it out with a little more water or milk. It would be a great filling!

  2. I tried this and it tasted a lot like chemical filled store bought frosting. I’ve tried adding a lot of salt, more butter, more sugar, etc and nothing seems to fix it…

    1. THis is very similar to Wilton buttercream frosting recipe i use. You could either add more clear vanilla flavoring or clear a butter flavoring.

      1. I read that butter isn’t an ideal substitute for vegetable shortening because it has water in it so how about coconut oil? Would that work?

        1. Yes, both of those will work since this isn’t a baked recipe, it’s simple more of a frosting the water int he butter really won’t make a huge difference 🙂

  3. Ha! There is an ad for prescription cholesterol treatment right in the middle of the recipe today. Coffee came out my nose. I, too, love the pic of your kiddo with his standard size Oreo. 😉 Thanks so much for the recipe. When the test recipe gives you bland chocolate cookie dough….make Oreos.

  4. I am going to make these today for my family reunion. I love Oreo’s but am not a fan of all the crazy flavors they are coming out with. Candy Corn and Carmel Apple Oreos, just doesn’t seem right.

  5. I just found your site this morning and have already made these. Really good. The only thing I did differently is that I used milk instead of water. I thought they would have a creamier taste that way. Just remember that if you use milk instead of water it will need to be refrigerated. Another thing, this recipe seems very versatile. Next time I’m going to use lemon instead of vanilla and put it between sugar cookies. You could also use mint w/ either brownies or chocolate wafer cookies.
    To James above, diabetes is caused by a poorly functioning pancreas and controlled by diet and exercise. There is no food that causes diabetes. Thank you for all your concern about our kids though.

    1. Joyce Miles, South Africa

      I know nothing of the merits of this receipe as I haven’t yet made it. However what is crystal clear is that describing the ouput as ‘filth’
      a) does nothing to deter a reader from using it; and
      b) reveals you, dear James, as a bigoted know -it -all with nothing better to do.

    2. Some of us our just plain idiots aren’t we “James” my 9 year old has diabetes and myself as well. In no way or in any imaginary world, that you seem to live in, does sugar or carbs or fat give you diabetes. For you I guess ignorance is bliss. I have made and used this recipe for several things. Although we cannot have a huge amount of this we do still eat this lovely cream on brownies or the chocolate keto cookies I make. It’s a wonderful sweet treat.

  6. Food, Faith, and Other Fabulous Finds

    This filling is amazing!! It’s also incredibly dangerous, because now I know how quick and easy it is to make.

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