Toms River, NJ — My daughter Diane had time to spend in the kitchen today, Columbus Day — no classes — and made deep-fried Oreos — a crowd favorite on the Seaside Heights boardwalk and Six Flags Great Adventure here in the Jersey Shore area. Although I’ve been dieting lately, I did have a bite to try her version, and it was so good!
It feels great when children start creating things on their own… experimenting in the kitchen. coming up with surprises. Because Diane made them at lunchtime, just before lunch was served, my instinct would be stop her from having a bite of the Oreos but I didn’t want to spoil the sense of achievement she felt. So when she asked me to taste them, I took a bite and didn’t stop her from enjoying a piece. After all, when you cook or bake something, you would always want to taste what you prepared before serving to others, right? 🙂
I brought the fried oreos them outside for good lighting and took this photo. If you’re avoiding sugar, losing weight, or diabetic and can’t have fried Oreos, I hope you’ll enjoy looking at the picture of Diane’s fried Oreos (click on image to see the full-size version). That enough should make you feel like you’re having them — I made sure I took a close up picture!
If you have no problem having them — lucky you! 🙂 — and want to do them at home, I have gathered the best deep-fried Oreo recipe videos from YouTube. From the looks of it, making Fried Oreos should be straightforward. 🙂
Note: Because the oil will seep into the batter that coats the Oreo — and this oil will enter the body — I highly recommend using olive oil for deep frying the Oreos.