1packageDouble Stuffed Oreosor one of the other options listed below!
Powdered Sugar for dusting
Heat oil in a large dutch oven to 350 degrees. Make sure to test the temperature of your oil. If it is too hot your deep fried oreos will burn!
In a medium bowl, whisk together the beaten egg, vanilla extract, and milk. Add the pancake mix and whisk until no lumps remain.
Next, you’ll be ready to dip your oreos! To do this, place one oreo on a large spoon. Then, dip the oreo into the batter and turn over. Then, scoop up the Oreo and a spoonful of pancake batter. *Make sure that the tops and sides of the Oreo are all covered equally and look pretty! It will affect how they look once they’ve been fried.*
Slowly put the Bisquick covered Oreo into the oil. As you are lowering the spoon into the oil, turn it over so that the oreo is on the bottom and the extra batter ends up on the top.
Then, let the Oreo cook for about 30-60 seconds (depending how hot your oil is), or until the Oreo has turned golden brown.
Cook the Oreos in batches of 2-3 at a time, and keep an eye on your oil temperature.
Remove the Deep Fried Oreos to a paper lined plate. Then, sprinkle them with powdered sugar and serve immediately while the creme filling is still hot!
Many other recipes you will find out there will call for you to heat your oil up to 375 degrees. We really recommend only going to 350 degrees. If you heat to 375 it’s too hot and the Oreos cook in about 20 seconds per side and almost burn. 20 seconds is not enough time to let the creme filling get melty!
You might find instructions out there telling you to insert a fork into the center of the creme filling to cover it in batter and put it into the oil. When trying this technique, we found that the Oreos broke really easily! It’s better to follow the instructions we’ve provided above, that use a spoon method instead!
As you are frying up your Oreos, be sure to pick out any pieces of Bisquick batter that have fallen off into the oil. They will burn and make the deep fried Oreos taste burnt.