Deep Fried Oreo Cookies? Who Knew? Not Me!

@Corbin5 (115891)
United States
May 16, 2018 1:01pm CST
I never knew that some humans deep-fry their Oreo cookies, but there are plenty of humans who are masters when it comes to getting creative with food. There are many cookies out there that can be batter-dipped then deep-fried, but the Oreo cookie seems to be the favorite. Those who enjoy eating a deep-fried Oreo cookie like to top that deep-fried Oreo cookie with chocolate syrup followed by a sprinkle of powdered sugar on top. A deep-fried Oreo cookie is not a healthy cookie, that's for sure. That thing is loaded with cholesterol, fat, calories, sugar, and sodium. I think it best for health purposes to forgo the deep-fried Oreo cookie and eat an apple instead.
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@Marty1 (36177)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
16 May
I hate to say but but deep fried Oreos look yummy! I would not eat them on a regular basis but would love to have them once or twice a year! But, alas, I can't have them as I am afraid of cooking with as much oil as Brandi on the video used. I am now hungry after lookin at this video! Good thing dinner is soon!
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
I think a one-time try would not do much harm at all. Well, I will wish you a delightful dinner, my friend!!
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@Icydoll (24613)
• India
16 May
it's definitely unhealthy ..I don't like too sweet and fried one's
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
Too sweet for me too.
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@much2say (40140)
• United States
16 May
Like others have mentioned, we see this (and other weird deep fried concoctions) at our county fair each year. I don't buy any of it - but we sure see people buying up and eating this stuff . . . ! I think an oreo cookie alone is rich enough!
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
I also think an Oreo cookie is far too sweet for me. It seems that little thought goes into how unhealthy the foods we create happen to be.
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@alberello75 (18664)
• Genova, Italy
16 May
Obviously, everything that is fried it's no good for our healt (I believe, above all, for our liver). Never heard it was possible to fry cookies! But nevertheless, the Oreos cookies are not found in italai (at least until now)
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
Oreos are not my favorite cook, and yes, deep-fried anything is not good for humans.
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@alberello75 (18664)
• Genova, Italy
17 May
@Corbin5 Absolutely not. The fried, if possible, better avoid it!
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@Tina30219 (35672)
• Onaway, Michigan
16 May
Never had one would love to try these. In the book I am ready they were talking about deep fried milky ways or deep fried snickers I think was the other they both sound good.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
I would go for the deep-fried snickers over the Oreo.
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@Tina30219 (35672)
• Onaway, Michigan
16 May
@Corbin5 I think I would go for both.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
@JohnRoberts (62949)
• Los Angeles, California
16 May
My arteries just got clogged.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
That is one cookie that would clog an artery or two or three.
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• United States
16 May
This is something I'd love to try (just once) since I love Oreo's. I rarely have them in the house because they aren't very healthy but a deep fried one....sounds yummy!!
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
I think a one-time try would be just fine!!
@ptrikha_2 (10186)
• India
16 May
Deep frying an Oreo Cookie! ! That sounds really nasty and so so unhealthy. And will such a stuff be really tasty?
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
16 May
Someone here said it was tasty, but too unhealthy and too sweet for me to try.
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@ptrikha_2 (10186)
• India
17 May
@Corbin5 maybe one can try once but not more than that.
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@ptrikha_2 (10186)
• India
17 May
@Corbin5 we also have deep fried Indian sweets like Jalebi (a concentric shaped delicacy ) bug we have them only once in a while.
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@allknowing (69343)
• India
17 May
While many are trying to avoid deep fried stuff here we have something that is not called for. Cookies do not need deep drying
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
Some folks want to deep fry a lot of things. A very unhealthy habit.
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@allknowing (69343)
• India
17 May
@Corbin5 Cookies do not need to be deep fried. I find it quite odd.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
@allknowing Me too!
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@Jessabuma (33192)
• Baguio, Philippines
17 May
Deep fried oreo cookies sounds good but it's unhealthy for sure..
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
Yes, probably just having one once or twice a year would not hurt, but overdoing those deep fried Oreos would make for a lot of health problems.
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@Jessabuma (33192)
• Baguio, Philippines
17 May
@Corbin5 yes that's right..
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@kobesbuddy (55136)
• East Tawas, Michigan
18 May
This might sound strange to you, but the apple actually sounds more appetizing to me:) I love a crisp, sweet apple!
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
I love apples too. Too sweet foods make me so very tired. I steer clear of sweets because of the tiredness that results.
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@kobesbuddy (55136)
• East Tawas, Michigan
18 May
@Corbin5 I gave up sweets, because of pre-diabetes. Now, I'm diabetic and anything that tastes too sweet, nauseates me. I'm not use to sugary foods, any more.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
@kobesbuddy You and I will stay away from those sugar-filled foods.
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@RubyHawk (29283)
• Atlanta, Georgia
17 May
I think I'll forgo fried cookies too, that's an over dose of fat.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
At around 159 calories for one deep-fried Oreo, it is a deep-fried item to skip.
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@RubyHawk (29283)
• Atlanta, Georgia
18 May
@Corbin5 A few of those and you'd have your calories for the day.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
@RubyHawk That is for sure.
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@Hannihar (42001)
17 May
@Corbin5 Deborah, thanks for sharing that with us but I will stick to regular nothing done to them oreo cookies that I like.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
I would also prefer an Oreo cookie right from the package with nothing else done to it.
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@Hannihar (42001)
18 May
@Corbin5 I have some at home and not opened yet.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
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@arunima25 (8341)
• Bangalore, India
17 May
I once had a deep fried ice cream. I am taken aback by the creativity of these people!! Yes it might be unhealthy, so was the deep fried ice cream but once in a while we can pamper our taste buds.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
You are right. Just every once in a while, it is OK to eat a food that is unhealthy. Overdoing those unhealthy foods is not a wise thing to do.
@arunima25 (8341)
• Bangalore, India
18 May
@Corbin5 And we have to try new things to encourage these creative chefs
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
@sharon6345 (138111)
• United States
17 May
I have heard of them around the south for many years. I would not move there for any reason unless I had no other options. Obese is all over the world and we know that. But there is a special love for fat and over sweetened foods in the south. Try that sweet tea you will see.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
Yes, I do believe that the states in the South really do eat foods that are not healthy for us at all.
@sharon6345 (138111)
• United States
17 May
@Corbin5 They overindulge in it. I been there a few times and even my friends who go for a few days all gain weight. It's amazing but I have seen it.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
@sharon6345 I suppose they are just used to that kind of food and are not thinking about their health.
@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
17 May
I love oreos.. and these have been around for at last 5 years around here.. But I hated them. also don't like deep fried twinkles. only thing I seem to like deep fried is fried dough!
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
I have tried the deep-fried dough, and I have to say, it is tasty. Tasty, but not healthy, but once a year won't hurt.
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@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
17 May
@Corbin5 not many things are healthy, but sure do taste good.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
@Courtlynn I know, and that is just not fair.
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@nela13 (8259)
• Portugal
17 May
I hate Oreos and probably deep fried are even worst.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
18 May
Oreos are too sweet for me.
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@nela13 (8259)
• Portugal
18 May
@Corbin5 they are very salty too.
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@nanette64 (17934)
• Fairfield, Texas
17 May
Ewwwww, that not only looks nasty but I don't think it would taste good either @Corbin5 .
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
I would not give it a try. It would be a rather greasy mess, I would think.
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@nanette64 (17934)
• Fairfield, Texas
17 May
@Corbin5 Yeah, me too. Yuk!!
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@peavey (16866)
• United States
17 May
That looks so gross to me! It makes my stomach do a flip. I don't like Oreos anyway and as to the rest... why not just grab a cup of sugar?
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
I thought it looked gross too. Not a healthy food choice, for sure.
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@peavey (16866)
• United States
18 May
@Corbin5 For sure! Even if it was healthy (ha!) I couldn't eat it.
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@caopaopao (12535)
• China
17 May
I like to eat Oreo cookies. But it is too sweet. I know eating too many sweets is not good for the body. So I'm trying to avoid these things.
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@Corbin5 (115891)
• United States
17 May
Oreo cookies are too sweet for me too.
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@caopaopao (12535)
• China
17 May
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