22 Comments

  1. Tes

    You are right! Homemade is always better 🙂 These cookies look so much better than oreo 🙂 I think it’s time I made some at home 🙂

  2. Yum! I’ve wanted to try these for a while. However, I love freezing my Oreos and soaking them in milk–I wonder how these cookies would do with that?

    • The Poet Herself

      I don’t see why that wouldn’t work. Most cookies freeze well. You’ll have to let me know if you try it. 🙂

  3. Oreos are the one store bought cookie we always have on hand. I’ve made homemade before, but they didn’t look nearly as yummy as yours! I think I need to try them again 🙂

  4. Averie (LoveVeggiesandYoga)

    just saw these on tastespotting. congrats on that. lately they are soooo picky with my stuff but i digress…congrats to YOU!

    the recipe…stellar! omg these look so good!

    and my dear friend marla commented above me. new to your blog, ill be back!

    • The Poet Herself

      Thank you so much! Yup, Tastespotting is rather picky. Keep trying and you’ll get on there! And I hope to see you back again! 🙂

      • Averie (LoveVeggiesandYoga)

        Oh I’ve been on…it’s just you never know what they’re gonna take! FG just took a smoothie of mine but TS shot down the same pic. Go figure. lol 🙂

  5. Averie (LoveVeggiesandYoga)

    and omg i just realized i have that cake plate you have! and in pink too! tj maxx about 3 mos ago is when/where I got it 🙂

  6. Sarah

    I’ve had this same smitten kitchen recipe in my keeper pile for for-ever! Your pictures are so lovely, I think I’m going to need to whip up a batch this weekend!!

  7. Yum! This is sure to be a kid pleaser, I will have to give these a try soon. My son adores Oreos, I personally think if you need to dunk a cookie in milk to make the texture more appetizing there’s something wrong with it. haha!

  8. Yay! Another Oreo recipe to try. A while ago I made Flour Bakery Oreos and Thomas Keller Oreos: the TKOs were closer to the original Oreo butJoanne Chang’s were really good too.

    • The Poet Herself

      If you let them sit for a couple of hours after assembly, they meld together nicely. Sort of like when I made the Oatmeal Creme Pie cookie knock-offs.

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