Reese’s Stuffed Oreos

Sometimes I just have really great ideas.

It’s true.  Really.

I’m like a good idea person.

I mean, I know EVERYONE thinks their ideas are the best…but mine actually, really are.


Like I had the idea for the Swiffer, way before the Swiffer ever happened.  I could be a bazillionaire right now, counting my golden coins, but I am not.  I just thought about the idea and then BOOM the Swiffer was invented and I was super mad for months about my lost millions.

THEN I had the idea to make flavor packages to put in your individual bottles of water.  Genius, right? Why yes, it IS genius, because now you can buy them in every supermarket across the land.  But I did not make a dime.

I guess if you have super great ideas but only tell your husband or your best friend it doesn’t really count as a great idea.  You actually have to do more than just be an idea maker to make bazillions of dollars.

So here I am today, telling all you fine people of my latest great idea.

And it’s maybe my most awesome idea ever…you know, since George Foreman stole my idea for a indoor grilling system….geez.


So, here it is.  I am unveiling it to the world…and I am totally ready to count my golden coins.

Reese’s Stuffed Oreos.  Dipped in Chocolate.  And it’s Double Stuff.

It’s a real thing as of RIGHT NOW!

Told you I was a good idea person.


So simple and so ridiculously incredible…A Reese’s Cup sandwiched between 2 Oreos.

My friend literally said, “They’re like a dream come true.”

Truer words have never been spoken.


You’ll need full sized Reese’s cups, Oreos of any flavor…I used Double Stuff, you should too, and melted chocolate for dipping.

** If you’re feeling crazy buy some Golden Oreos (Double Stuff) and some white chocolate to dip too…I did and they were delicious!

Now twist your Oreos so the filling stays on one side.  Reserve the other (nekked) side for eating or garnish πŸ™‚

You can make as many as you want, so I’m not going to give you amounts…just keep twisting until you have enough Oreos to sandwich the amount of Reese’s you want.

Now sandwich your Reese’s in between your filling sided Oreos and give them a gentle squeeze so the filling sticks  to the Reese’s Cup.

And like I said…try Golden Oreos too!

Now get dipping.

You can garnish with drizzles or some crushed Oreos.

That’s it.  5 minutes.

I told you I had good ideas.

Check out this awesomeness…

Now, excuse me…I think I hear golden coins dropping from the sky.  I need to get counting!

137 Responses

  1. My body is in utter confusion. I’ve been under the weather with a stomach thing and have been on the verge of throwing up all day. BUT my mouth is salivating. I’m sad because I can’t eat them, but happy because I know, one day, very soon, I can.

    Best Idea Giver Ever.

  2. Holy cow that is amazing……I want to make these and put them in the freezer…..nothing better than frozen candies πŸ˜€ Thanks for the best idea ever!

  3. Meghan Wojewodka

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while, but by far, this is the recipe that has my pregnant self, and my husband, most excited. And I laughed my way through it–you’re a very entertaining writer! Excellent idea!

  4. I wish I could have all of these at my house. So I could keep them and eat them and not share.

    Also, I have good inventions like, every day. But my very best idea hasn’t been done yet…small blankets that fold up like a purse to take to the movie theater!!

    You’re welcome, life.

  5. Christina @ ovenadventures

    You are a genius! I couldn’t put down my phone because I was in utter amazement. Bravo you have a standing ovation from me on this one. Now excuse me while I get out my fat pants.

  6. Alexa

    So simple, yet AMAZING! My friends’ jaws will simultaneously drop when I make these for a housewarming party we are going to next week. You have fantastic ideas!

  7. Torii

    Bowing down to your awesomeness. I’m so taking these to playgroup this week. I’m going to be the coolest mom there. πŸ˜€

  8. So, I was all like “Wow, she’s pretty smart!” when I started reading. But then I got to the picture with two cream fillings and saw that you weren’t just sandwiching the Reese’s with one side of filling. You were getting rid of the nekkid Oreos and using TWO filling sides. Then I was like “Holy crap, she’s a freakin’ genius.”

    I love you, is what I’m saying.

  9. This looks completely ingenius and amazing! I’m sending you the Versatile Blogger award just because I enjoy your site so much! You can find it on 10/31 on Kristin’s kNook.

  10. Lisa L.

    You are BRILLIANT!!! And you’re my hero!! Love this!! I am seriously considering loading my kids in the car and heading to the store so I can make these tonight. πŸ™‚ Good thing tomorrow is Halloween and we should come across one of the ingredients in our Trick-or-Treating. πŸ˜‰ Did I mention you are BRILLIANT!!!!

  11. Oh. My. God. I think I might have just died a little. Well, I know what I’ll be making as soon as the stores open tomorrow morning! Thanks for sharing, these look amazing!

  12. You better get a patent! πŸ™‚ So much better than marshamallows in the middle!
    My mom used to tell us that she had the idea for 10-cent burgers and fries, and then McDonald’s came along:)

  13. For the love of God! I tried to imagine what you did from the first gorgeous photo. It looks like an over the top Mallomar and so heavenly. Then I saw the inside and my heart did flips! These are going on my holiday dessert table for sure! Your golden coins are going to be the tons of “shares” and “likes” on Facebook and retweets on Twitter! LOL

  14. I think you may have discovered a cure for the upset stomach. I too was feeling queezy this morning and I am totally salivating over this amazing cookie candy combo as well.

  15. Crystal Coppel

    I might just have to leave work early go to home and make these. No joke!! Two of my favorite things in one! I have all the stuff at home to makes these too!

    One question… did you dip them in chocolate? Just hold onto them and dunk? Please tell me ASAP!!

    Best ideas ever!!! You are SUPER DUPER SMART!! πŸ™‚

  16. Alice

    Girlfriend!!! WOW. ! One question, your dipped stuff comes out so beautifully smooth…how do you dip it with out it getting #1 all over everything and #2 smooth like a professional?
    You rock! Too bad on that swifter thing huh? yep…BUT did you know that there is no official patent on the paper clip? Just the machine that makes them! just sayin…

  17. Lindsey Perry

    Love these! But I’m still confused as to how to dip them. I understand they stick together, but how do you dip them w/o getting fingerprints in the chocolate, etc.??

  18. alsmouse

    EVIL, EVIL, EVIL! You EVIL ENABLER, you. I see these in the future for my BIL. You have put 3 of his favorite things together. The Holidays are coming.
    Thank you for being the EVIL ENABLER that you are.

  19. Elizabeth L in Apex, NC

    I’ve just figured out what makes this truly the PERFECT snack: you don’t have to make 40 of them at once, you can just make one for a snack. (Well, someone could, not me. I’ll make the forty and eat them all.) πŸ™‚

  20. You are a truly brilliant mind. Seriously, this is like Nobel Peace Prize stuff because who could be at war when eating these things? I’m voting for you in the next presidential election.

  21. glitterkitty

    I made these this past weekend and the were flat out amazing. Got rave reviews from everyone that tried them. Thank you for posting this πŸ™‚

  22. Ashley

    Yum! They used to make white chocolate reeses cups. That would be so awesome with the golden oreos. I wonder if they still make them other then holiday shapes.

  23. Kelli

    I made something just like these last Christmas! The only difference was, I pressed one of those white sucker making sticks into the peanut butter & then squished the cookie onto the sides. It was the same thing, but in “cookie pop” form. Then I painted the outside with edible gold dust (the kind you paint fondant cakes with.) Anyway, great post. πŸ™‚

  24. Jill

    OMG! I just made these and now my family is in a mega sugar coma but thanking me and begging for more!! Great idea! I can’t get over the insanity of this magnificent creation!!! πŸ™‚

    1. shelly

      I usually use melting disks with a little bit of shortening, but I for these I used Baker’s Dipping Chocolate. It comes in a little container at the supermarket and it melts very smoothly!

  25. Christina

    So I’ve read almost all the comments, but I am still kind of confused. I get that the Oreo filling sticks to the Reeses, but how do I dip them, is there a way to do this where I’m not basically dipping my hand in the chocolate? I saw one person used a fork, but that really didnt make since to me either…please help! making these for my boyfriend in a few days and he will be disappointed if I can not pull this genius delicious idea off!!

    1. shelly

      I basically dropped them in the melted chocolate, gently spooned the chocolate on top, letting it drip over the sides and removing them with a fork…tapping off the excess…
      really the same way you would dip a cake pop or a truffle!

  26. lisa g

    I just killed 8 reeses pbc’s and when you don’t follow directions….
    Ok, I have melted ghirardelli bittersweet in a bowl over simmering water….
    the only part i goofed on was putting sandwhiching btwn frosted sides, but the reeses melted and my cookies slid…is that due to the top not having frosting? i want to get this right but don’t want to waste more reeses…i bought snack size which is just a tiny tiny bit larger than the cookie top….
    thanks in advance…your blog is awesome by the way…a real mouth watering blog!

    1. shelly

      Yes, I would imagine that played a part in the sliding, but also dip the cookie and reese’s and get it out of the chocolate fast, the longer you leave it in the warm chocolate the more chance of the Reese’s melting.
      Hope it worked out for you!

    1. shelly

      I used Bakers chocolate for these…You can see it in the picture. Generally I use bark, but I decided to give the Bakers Melting chocolate a try and it was awesome!!

  27. Linda McD

    You clearly have no concept of blood glucose levels but I DO enjoy living vicariously and these look heavenly. Yum.

  28. Emily

    Just made these! They are VERY delicious, messy to eat, but nonetheless delicious. I wasn’t really sure how to dip them so I sortove winged it. I melted the chocolate in a container, dropped the Oreo/Reese’s sandwich into the chocolate, flipped it over so that it was totally covered in chocolate and then scooped it out with the spoon. It was a little troublesome, but it worked! I also did the math…one of these sandwiches sent from heaven is about 200 calories (give or take). I didn’t calculate the sugar or fat ammounts though, I was too afraid to see what I would come up with, ignorance is bliss right? ; )

  29. Talia

    I tried this, but they just fell apart. out of all that I dipped only one held its shape. Alot of work for nothing to show for it. But everyone ate them ugly and all lol!!

    1. shelly

      That’s weird! Sounds like maybe you didn’t press the Reese’s into the cream enough…but I can’t tell you, sloppy or perfect they taste the same! πŸ™‚

  30. Judith

    Wow! Yum! Two of my husbands favorite things are Reese’s and Oreos. Last week I melted chocolate and just dipped the Oreos in, for a surprise for him.. And I bought a pack of Reese’s hearing that he had tried a friend’s chocolate dipped Reese’s, but I’m going to do this… Hoping, well KNOWING, he’ll love it!

  31. Joyce Blodgett

    I have 90 coworkers who would just LOVE these (of course, I have to sample them to make sure they’re of the right quality, you understand πŸ™‚ )

    Thank you for this so-great, so-simple idea! I’ll put mine in the fridge for a bit to firm up–and since I make supercalifragilisticexpialadocious fudge (my son and I came up with 25 varieties before his untimely death in 2007), I’ll use that to dip the decadence in. Can hardly wait1

  32. Jeanna

    when i first saw this i thought…amazing…just tried it and just as i thought…amazing! πŸ™‚ Thank you for your creativity! Now extra on the workout tomorrow…:)

  33. Elise

    Wow! I was floored when I saw this recipe and couldn’t wait to give it a try. Perfect timing since Christmas was rapidly approaching and I needed a completely over-the-top yummy treat that was easy to make.
    My 13 year old son is my taste tester, and the Reese’s Stuffed Oreos passed with flying colors – in fact, my son came back for seconds. So – into treat bags the Reese’s Stuffed Oreos went. This recipe has been the hit of the season with my friends – in fact, one has already made her own batch to share.
    Thank you! You’re amazing!!!

  34. Kate

    I am dead. We can’t just get peanut butter cups from anywhere over here in Australia. I must go and search for now!

  35. dorothy fremder

    These look delicious but I am inept with the whole dipping in chocolate, We tried to do this with white chocolate but it seized up. (I learned what that was today, btw). I never got the chocolate smooth or should i say soupy enough to dip the cookie in. How did you do it? Do you have any tips for me!

    1. shelly

      White chocolate is a little trickier (at least for me), I always find…getting it to the perfect consistency. When I dip in white, I usually use almond bark, or white candy melts, as I have had better success with those. Also, you could add a little shortening or vegetable oil to it, to smooth out the consistency. I also, ALWAYS melt in a double boiler, it help me get the right consistency!

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