Oreo Pudding Cookies

Wow, sorry for the little hiatus. Arizona was good to me.  Our Ragnar Relay was so much fun and our team even placed 28th out of 306 teams.  It was a pleasant surprise since we were really just in it for the fun.

Afterward, I spent a few extra days visiting my brothers and their families that live there.  I got my first rays of sunshine and a touch of color that was desperately needed.  Pink cheeks and a splash of pink on one arm.  But at this point, my pasty skin will take what it can get.

I made two batches of chocolate pudding cookies like these while there, ate a dozen or so, then came home and wanted more.  Instead of using chocolate pudding I used Oreo Instant pudding to make these babies over the weekend. 

 
 
 

These are pretty dreamy. I took them to a friends and we ate them with cookies and cream ice cream.  Overload?  Not one bit!

 
 
I love how soft and moist pudding makes these.  I want to try every flavor of pudding in a cookie.  I don’t think you can go wrong.
 
Oreo Pudding Cookies
 
Ingredients
1 cup butter, room temp
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup sugar
1 (4oz) package instant Oreo Pudding mix
2 1/4 cups flour
1 tsp baking soda
2 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
2 Hershey’s Cookies N Cream Candy Bars broken into small pieces
2 cups milk chocolate chips
Instructions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 
Combine flour and soda in a small bowl and set aside.  Cream together butter and sugar.  Beat in pudding mix until blended, then eggs and vanilla.  Add flour and soda mixture. Stir in cookies n cream pieces and chocolate chips.  Using a cookie dough scooper, place dough on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.  Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes.  Let cookies cool for 5 minutes on baking sheet before moving to a cooking rack.  Store in air-tight container.  Makes two dozen.
 

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  1. Jess March 7, 2011

    My favorite all-time chocolate chip cookie I’ve made was with french vanilla pudding, it just does something to the batter that makes it SO good. I don’t think I even knew there was an Oreo Pudding, but I’ll have to try that out!

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  2. Stephanie March 7, 2011

    I must try this! I agree with the previous poster that one of my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipes has vanilla pudding in it so I know these will be amazing.

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  3. claire March 7, 2011

    I HAVE TO MAKE THESE!

    They look amazing!

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  4. Becca March 8, 2011

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a pudding cookie before! :O I wanna try one now1

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  5. Amy at TheSceneFromMe March 9, 2011

    Oh YUM! I have to make these, they sound palate pleasing for sure.
    Congratulations on your new dwelling :)

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  6. Kellie Knapp March 9, 2011

    I made these as my last sugar hoorah… I made 24 cookies…. I ate 4, Rich ate 2, I gave 6 to my neighbors and the two missionaries that ate dinner at our house ate 12 between them… you made some missionaries very happy tonight :) THANKS!

    diet dp 4 life…

    we are ddp-bff….

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  7. Brady and Brittney March 10, 2011

    I was planning on making these but can’t find Oreo pudding mix! The good ol’ Corvallis Winco doesn’t carry it! Hmmmm…. I’ll keep up the hunt, it’ll be worth it!

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  8. Kathleen March 13, 2011

    I can’t wait to give these a try!

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  9. Lisa March 13, 2011

    Oh boy, I’ve heard of using vanilla pudding in cookies, but, being a cookies and cream fan, I’m all for your idea. Delish! I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog and I’d like to invite you to stop by and link your cookies up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/03/sweets-for-saturday-8.html

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  10. Anonymous March 16, 2011

    I am planning on making these this weekend and all I could find is the Oreo pudding mix in a 4.2 ounce box. When you said the “small box” did you mean the 3.4 ounce box?

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  11. Courtney April 27, 2011

    I also could only find the 4.2 ounce box, is this the one that you are talking about? Soooo excited to make these. I found cookies and cream easter bunnies…on sale for 50 cents:)

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  12. Emily May 25, 2011

    Wow! I made these and now they are one of my favorite cookies. Thanks for sharing. I posted them on my blog at http://www.mycrazybliss.com

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  13. Libbie August 9, 2011

    Found you through the girl who eats anything…these look amazing! Can’t wait to try them! THanks!

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  14. TG September 24, 2011

    we tried these last night and they came out hard as rocks. The dough was all dry & not cookie dough-ish at all. Not sure what we did wrong.

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  15. Anonymous October 31, 2011

    left out the candy bar was still good

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  16. Anonymous November 7, 2011

    Do you prepare the oreo pudding ahead of time or just dump in the dry mix?

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  17. Carolyn December 15, 2011

    I have a recipe for chocolate chip pudding cookies that you make with instant chocolate pudding mix. They have been a family favorite for years! So I know that other types of pudding cookies have to be awesome. Thanks for sharing this!

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  18. Anonymous December 23, 2011

    When I’m making any regular box cake I always add either a chocolate or vanilla snack pack pudding to the batter. Makes it super moist ad only requires one snack pack!

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  19. Mrsp (Momma Needs a Margarita) March 18, 2012

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m using this recipe as my chocolate chip cookie recipe from now on. I’m posting them on my blog tonight. Also, I blame you for the ten pounds I’m probably gaining as I type! :)

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  20. Anonymous May 9, 2012

    how many cookies does this recipe make?

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  21. Anonymous July 6, 2012

    Did you use king size candy bars?

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  22. Anonymous October 12, 2012

    try to make these with cocoa, so that the dough is chocolate. I mean, oreos are made with a chocolate cookie..

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  23. Anonymous November 24, 2012

    had these yum yummy !!!!!!!!

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