No Bake Oreo Cookie Dough Bars

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These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

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These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

Hello June. And hello SUMMER!! I am so happy for warmer days. I am just starting to research the best way to introduce Stella to swimming. She is still really young but I am a typical paranoid new mom and am nervous about having her near the water (especially pools) when she can’t swim.

These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

When I was younger a little girl at our dance studio tragically drowned in her family’s pool. It was such an awful time for all of us and unfortunately it is a memory that has weighed heavily on my heart ever since. I have never been able to forget that awful time. It happened so quickly. Her mom had only turned her back for a few minutes to feed the horses. But by the time she had realized her daughter had wandered off, it was too late. That poor baby girl was just 3 years old. I realize this story isn’t exactly a happy ending but people need to know that pools are so dangerous for little ones and it is important to never take any chances because it can truly happen in a matter of seconds.

These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

So that brings me back to swim lessons. I want to get Stella to be swim safe as quickly as possible. I know she is young but I figure it is never too early to start. I really just want her to be able to kick to the side of the pool if she accidentally falls in. I’ve been looking into private lessons and mommy & me classes. Have you taught your little one to swim yet? Any tips?

These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

Okay onto what I would like to call the BEST bar ever. Do you like cookie dough? I love it! When we go to yogurt shops I pile it on and don’t even get me started on when I bake cookies. I always eat more dough than I should. They say you shouldn’t because of the raw egg and all but I’m convinced they made up that rule just to take away all my fun. So when I heard there was a way to make cookie dough without the egg I just knew I needed to make it stat!

These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!

Thus these gorgeous No Bake Oreo Cookie Dough Bars were born. I piled mounds of eggless cookie dough on top of a thick oreo crust. But that simply wasn’t enough. Next, I melted up cookies and cream candy bars and poured that on top of the cookie dough. By now the bars were basically looking like heaven but I topped it with more cookie dough and mini oreos just to make sure you got the point.

You need to make these for your husband, your mom, your kids, your cousin’s boyfriends neighbor. To steal the words from Nike, Just Do It! 😉


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{No Bake} Oreo Cookie Dough Bars
 
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These one bowl, no bake oreo cookie dough bars are a decadent treat that will let you enjoy cookie dough by the handful!
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Serves: 12 Squares
Ingredients
  • Oreo Crust:
  • 38 Oreo Cookies, crushed in crumbs
  • 7 Tablespoons Unsalted Butter,melted
  • Cookie Dough Layer:
  • 1 Stick Unsalted Butter, softened
  • ¾ Cup Brown Sugar, firmly packed
  • 2 Teaspoons Vanilla Extract
  • 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 1 (14 oz.) Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • ½ Cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
  • Optional Toppings:
  • 2 (4oz.) Hersheys Cookies and Cream Bars, melted
  • 5-6 Oreo Cookies, crumbled
  • Cookie Dough Balls, recipe follows
Instructions
  1. Oreo Crust: Line an 8x8 pan with foil. Set aside. In a bowl combine the oreo cookie crumbs and melted butter. Stir with a fork until well combined and the mixture resembles damp sand. With your hand or the back of a glass, firmly press the oreo mixture into the prepared pan. Place in the freezer to chill while you prepare the cookie dough layer.
  2. Cookie Dough Layer: In the same bowl you used for the oreo crust, cream the butter for 1 minute with a hand mixer. Add in the brown sugar and beat for an additional 2 minutes on medium speed. Beat in the vanilla extract. Slowly add in the flour, alternating with the sweetened condensed milk. Stir in the chocolate chips. Reserve ½ cup of the cookie dough. Press the cookie dough on top of the prepared oreo crust. Return to the freezer to chill for 30 minutes. Roll the remaining ½ cup of cookie dough into mini balls. Place in the freezer to firm up. Remove bars from the refrigerator and pour the melted cookies and cream bars evenly over the top of the bars. Top immediately with cookie dough balls and crushed oreo cookies. Refrigerate for 1-3 hours. Cut into 12 squares and serve.
Notes
8 oz. of semisweet or white chocolate chips can be substituted for the cookies and cream bars if you prefer.

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Comments

  1. Mariah says

    Can you please post the calorie count?
    Hahahaha! Just kidding. Most definitely do NOT!!!
    Looks delicious.
    As far as swimming, my kids didn’t learn til they were older but you have the most important idea down. Be alert and don’t take your eyes off of her around water.

  2. says

    Awww, that’s so sad!!! I didn’t learn how to swim until I was 7 so… :/
    On a happier note, these bars look absolutely delightful!!! I love cookie dough and oreos makes them x10000 better!!! And no bake? I’m sold… Oh and your pictures are so wonderful too!!! 😀

  3. says

    I have totally tried to persuade my readers to make something by using the nike slogan!! These bars look AMAZING! Like WOWZA!

  4. says

    Oh my gosh…how awful! Poor little girl but you are so right, there is so many dangers with little ones! Just scares me thinking about them for Baby A! But to make these right again in the world, I want to devour these oreo bars! Cookie dough never stands a chance with me….

  5. says

    These are the perfect cure for Mondays! Seriously, I wish I could just face plant into a plate of these right now. These are incredible, Mariah!

  6. says

    That poor family! Pools can be very dangerous. That’s why it’s so important to have a secure gate around them. I bet Stella is going to have a great time swimming! And these bars are TOO GOOD! Can’t wait to make them. I just love cookie dough. Yum!

  7. says

    Mariah – My cousin started taking her daughter to swim classes at 10 months. I think it’s a great idea to get babies exposed to water and to respect it. I think you and Stella would have a great time bonding during swim class. Good luck! These bars look dangerous. I want to eat them all. 🙂

  8. says

    summer .. yes to swim lessons. . most swim lessons for babies are with you so you are right there in the water with her. . so sorry to hear that story . . I hate hearing about tragic things like that . . but good to be as safe as possible always. and these bars .. OH MY GAWD. Crazy awesome!

  9. says

    Oh that’s my worst nightmare! I have been meaning to book Kai in for swimming lessons, but haven’t gotten around to it yet. We don’t swim, ever, but it’s an important skill for sure! And these bars—OMG. Seriously. They look amazing!

  10. Leanna says

    Oof these look amazing!

    Good on you for teaching your daughter to swim! I’m incredibly grateful that my parents taught me how to swim when I was very young. It’s something that has brought me so much joy over the years and even became part of my first job as a lifeguard at the town pool.

    One thing though: its very important to learn what drowning actually looks like so you know what to watch out for when your pool is inevitably full of your daughter’s friends someday http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/family/2013/06/rescuing_drowning_children_how_to_know_when_someone_is_in_trouble_in_the.html

  11. Kathy says

    We took our two kids to the YMCA starting when they were under a year (it was a baby-parent class). They progressed from there and were never afraid of the water. Check out your local Y for classes!

  12. Karla says

    Look gorgeous!!! 🙂 Tell me please, did you use raw flour without baking? I always think that you can’t eat raw flour. 🙂

    • Mariah Mercurio says

      Hi Karla. Yes I did use raw flour without baking it. We have been doing it for years! But I’m not a doctor or nutritionist. I haven’t heard anything against eating it though 😉 If you make them, enjoy!

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