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Cookies and Cream Cut Out Cookies

made with Oreo Cookies

by Kristen

I took my no-fail cut-out cookie recipe and loaded it with Oreo cookies! If you and your family love cookie decorating,  try these fantastic cookies-and-cream cut-out cookies!  

If you love decorating cookies but are looking for a recipe different from the usual sugar cookie or gingerbread cut-out cookie recipe, look no further than these oreo cut-out cookies!  Last holiday season, I made these Funfetti Sugar Cookies, and I was inspired to add other goodies to switch up my cut-out cookie recipe.

Ingredients Needed

Butter – Unsalted butter works best for this recipe but will work fine if you only have salted. Butter should be softened at room temperature but not melted.

Granulated Sugar- You can measure your sugar using a measuring cup. When measuring, you will want to use a butter knife to level it off.

Eggs- 2 large eggs are needed for this recipe. Recipe. I always crack the egg into a small bowl before adding it to the recipe. Recipe.

 Vanilla Extract- use pure vanilla extract for the best taste.

All-purpose flour- Use a measuring cup to measure your flower and a butter knife to level it off. Flour shouldn’t be packed into the measuring cup.

Baking Powder- Make sure the baking powder is mixed well with the flour.

1/2 teaspoon salt from your salt shaker will work great!

Crushed Oreo Cookies-I put 1/2 cup of crushed oreo cookies in this recipe. You can increase the amount of oreo cookies in this recipe, but I would omit the same flour. Off-brand cookies and cream cookies will work great.


Large bowl

Electric hand mixer or stand mixer:  Using a stand mixer, use the paddle attachment.

cookie sheets or baking sheets

Parchment paper or silicone mat

wire rack for cooling

cutting board,  cookie cutters, and rolling pin

What kind of frosting should I use on these cookies?

Any frosting will work great! I have made these cookies using both cream cheese and royal icing. You can use food coloring in your icing, but white looks great with these cookies. Think of this cookie recipe as a canvas for your creativity!


1. Cream butter, sugar, vanilla, and eggs in a mixing bowl.

2. Whisk the flour mixture: flour, baking powder, and salt in a second bowl.

2. Add the dry ingredients to the butter and sugar mixture until a cookie dough is formed.

3. Fold in crushed oreo cookie crumbs. You can crush the Oreo Cookies with a rolling pin or food processor.

4. Cover the dough with plastic wrap and chill the dough in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour, preferably overnight. Chilling the dough will help make the cookies chewy and prevent them from spreading too much.

5. When it is time to bake cookies, preheat the oven to 400 f and line baking sheets with parchment paper.

6. On a cutting board, dusted with flour, roll the cookie dough into 1/2 sheets. Dust flour onto the dough if it is sticky. Cut cookie shapes and place them onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.  Make sure that the cookies are at least 1 inch apart.

7. Bake cookies for 8 minutes. They will still look light when you remove them from the oven.

8. Let the cookies cool slightly before transferring them to a cooling rack.

9. Cookies should be cooled completely before decorating.


These cookies can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 10 days and in the freezer for up to three months.


The decoration options for these cut-out cookies are endless! I like the simple frosting using powdered sugar and sprinkles.   You can make homemade cookies, but the store-bought frosting will also work. If you use store-bought canned frosting,   remove the foil from the container and heat it in the microwave for two 10-second intervals. This will help the frosting spread easier.

These oreo sugar cookies can be made year-round. These can be Halloween cookies, Christmas cookies,  or spring and summer cookies.  You will love the oreo flavor filling these perfect cookies! You can add any sprinkles or decorations needed for any occasion.

Oreo Cookies are the secret ingredient you didn’t think you needed in your sugar cookies!   You will be the coolest mom in the neighborhood when you bake these on cookie decorating day! Did you make this cookie and Cream Sugar Cookie Recipe?   I would love to hear how it turned out for you! Please comment below this blog post with a review or tag me on social media and let me know how these turned out for you.   You can also find me on social media. I am on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.


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