Oreo brownies

photo of a plate of oreo brownies

I’ve been on an Oreo kick lately. After the oreo cupcakes, I began brainstorming of other oreo desserts I could make. One of my ideas was to make oreo brownies.

I didn’t want to just add oreos to the brownie batter. I wanted to sprinkle them on top. But with the dark color of the brownies, I didn’t think the oreo cookies would stand out enough. So even though I don’t usually frost my brownies, I decided to add some white chocolate ganache to them so that the Oreo cookies would stand out more.
close-up photo of plate of oreo brownies
They didn’t come out as pretty as I wanted. Next time I think I’ll crush the Oreos more and maybe use a different frosting. The brownies tasted good with the crunchy cookies and cream though.photo of a stack of oreo brownies on a plate

Oreo Brownies

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American

Brownies dressed up with ganache and crushed Oreos. These are an easy-to-make treat!


  • 1 box your favorite brownie mix
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 4 oz white chocolate chopped
  • 12 Oreos crushed into small pieces


  1. Make brownies according to instructions.
  2. After brownies are done, let them cool. While brownies are cooling, make the chocolate ganache. Heat the heavy cream in a small sauce pan until it reaches a boil.
  3. Pour heavy cream over chopped chocolate and mix until smooth.
  4. Frost the brownies with the chocolate ganache. Sprinkle with crushed oreos.
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7 comments on “Oreo brownies”

  1. These brownies look amazing 🙂

  2. I just found your blog while doing a search for Flemings Chantilly Cream recipes! Then I couldn’t help but look around, and found these brownies! YYUUMMM!!! I am officially a fan of your site. Thanks!

    • Glad you like the site! Hmm…now I want to know how to make Flemings Chantilly cream. I love that stuff

  3. This looks amazing! Should I put the chocolate ganache on each individual square or frost the whole thing before cutting?

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