Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk Cookies

By Maria Lichty

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On Saturday we went to our friend’s house to lounge at the pool. Before we left, we baked Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk Cookies to take to the pool party. Our friend’s love our sweet treats so I knew we couldn’t show up empty handed:) When we arrived, everyone was already in the pool, but as soon as they saw the cookies they hopped out for a cookie break. The Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk cookies were a hit!

These cookies are loaded with chocolaty goodness. First, I added cocoa powder to the dry ingredients.

Josh chopped up semi-sweet chocolate, white chocolate, and Oreos to add into the cookie dough.

We added the chocolate chunks and Oreos into the chocolate dough. If I wasn’t pregnant, I probably would have eaten all of the dough. It smelled and looked delicious. I guess it is a good thing the raw eggs stopped me. These cookies were for our friends:)

The cookies only take 8-10 minutes to bake. You do not want to over bake them. Take them out when the cookies start to crack and still look gooey. They will set up on the baking sheets. You want the cookies to be soft and chewy.

I know these cookies were for our friends, but I had to taste them to make sure they were “safe” for our friends to eat. I took one bite and went WOW! These cookies are sinfully delicious. The chocolate cookie alone is divine, plus you get a chunk of chocolate and/or Oreo in every bite. These cookies really shouldn’t be allowed, but I won’t tell if you don’t:)

If you are looking for an over the top, decadent, out of this world, devilish dessert, make these Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk Cookies. They certainly fit the bill! And don’t forget the milk-these cookies are perfect for dunking. Enjoy!

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Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk Cookies

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  • 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with a Silpat baking mat or parchment paper. Set aside.
  • 2. In a medium bowl, sift flour, baking soda, salt, and cocoa. Set aside.
  • 3. With a mixer, cream butter and sugars together until smooth. Add in eggs, one at a time. Next, add in vanilla extract. Mix until blended.
  • 4. Slowly add flour mixture to sugar mixture and mix until flour disappears. Stir in chocolate chunks and Oreos. Drop cookie dough by rounded tablespoons onto prepared baking sheet, about 2 inches apart.
  • 5. Bake cookies for 8-10 minutes. Don't over bake. Remove from oven and let sit on baking sheet for 3-5 minutes. Move to a cooling rack and cool completely.

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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. I love your blog and have made a LOT of your recipes (which are always great), but this is my first time commenting. I bookmarked these cookies when I first saw them back in the summer but only got around to making them this week. I made them for the last day of class before winter break, and my classmates loved them. Instead of Oreos, I used Trader Joe’s Candy Cane Joe Joes (they’re like peppermint Oreos), and they added a great Christmas flavor to them. These cookies are so good, they are going on my Christmas cookie plates this year (along with several other of your cookie recipes). Thanks for all of the great recipes!

  2. Oh my! The sin! Can hardly wait to give these a whirl in my kitchen.

    One question: I plan on giving some friends frozen cookie dough for Christmas this year. Get some cute containers and festive tags, and pop some ready-made dough balls inside so they’ll have cookies on hand whenever they’re craving. I’m wondering, do you think this dough would be a good candidate for such gift giving? I’m wondering if they oreo chunks wouldn’t lend themselves to freezing. Any ideas?

  3. How important is it to use Dutch processed cocoa powder? I did a search online to see what the difference was between this and ‘regular’ cocoa powder and some sites implied that they were interchangeable in recipes, but others did not. Please advise. TIA. 🙂

    1. You can use either, but the dutch processed cocoa will give you a richer, deeper chocolate flavor. It just depends on your preference:)

  4. “You can use either, but the dutch processed cocoa will give you a richer, deeper chocolate flavor. It just depends on your preference:)”

    Thanks for the reply. Are you certain, thought, that you used Dutch cocoa in the pic above? Based on the info found at the website below, it looks like yyou used natural cocoa powder, not Dutch pressed. The colour in your pic is too light for Dutch plus Dutch doesn’t generally get used with baking soda.

    Sorry for the questions again, but baking ingredients aren’t cheap and I don’t want to get this wrong… 🙂

  5. Amazing! My hubby is not too much of an oreo fan, so I removed the oreos and added in more chocolate and they are AMAZING!!

    I am referencing your recipe on my blog!

  6. I didn’t think I liked chocolate. I was on a Christmas baking extravaganza, and for my chocolate-loving sister’s sake, I decided I’d throw these into the mix. They are GREAT! Even for the non-chocolate lovers!
    Thank you so much. They freeze and thaw wonderfully.. I’m enjoying one now!

    1. Look in the baking aisle. It is a darker cocoa powder. If you can’t find it you can use regular unsweetened cocoa powder.

  7. I needed a new recipe for the lunchboxes this week. I’m going to sub GS Thin Mints for the Oreos since we have those in the house. I can’t wait!

  8. OMG, these are beautiful! I just took them out of the oven – and the house smells amazing. We ate our first ones with crème fraiche…deeeelicious! Thank you so much for this recipe!

  9. Wonderful recipe, I just wished it would be in grams/ml instead of cups…always hard to do such recipes for someone from Germany 🙁

  10. I am thinking of making the dough today, freezing it and then rolling them out tomorrow. Do you think that the oreo will become soggy or the cookie will not be as good as it would be if I did all in the same day?

  11. Hi from Spain!! I must say i love your blog! Today i tried this recipe and im not sure if i gota good outcome? They looks delicious and when i bite it it is kinda crusty in the outside and kinda smooth and sticky in the inside,and other thing is that the surface looks smooth,straight? The flavor is really good, but im not sure if the texture is the right one. Hope you can help me,thanks, it is the first recipe of you i trie and will not be the last one. Greetings from Spain! 🙂

  12. Hi! I was looking on your site for a simple chocolate cookie to add to my Christmas plates and found these. They look good! Where do you buy your chocolate and white chocolate chips? The shape is unusual – I like that they seem to be flatter and thinner than the typical grocery store varieties.


    1. Hi! I bought chocolate discs at Gygi in Salt Lake City and chopped them up. Regular chocolate chips will work though!

  13. Made these last night– they were really good! The cookie dough was super thick, even before you mixed all the goodies in, but it all worked out just fine. Maybe I’m just not used to cookie dough batter anymore since I make more cakes and stuff. I used Trader Joe’s Jo Jo’s instead of Oreos too, and it worked great! Thanks for the recipe!

  14. Made these last night for a work meeting and they were a hit!
    I used regular cocoa and they were wonderful but I definitely want to try dutch processed the next time around for the deep, rich cocoa flavor!
    thanks for another great recipe!

  15. 5 stars
    Very easy to make and one of my favorite cookies! I’ve tried a lot of other cookie recipes and keep coming back to these. 

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