Triple Threat: Oreo’s, Snicker’s and Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

These are trouble with a capital T! So good yet so bad at the same time. I wanted to bring something different for a gathering in my hometown and I knew I wanted something quick and tasty. I didn’t have much time so I decided to throw together some packaged mix with cookies and candy, and boy was that a good idea! These are the stars of the show.

The mix ended up making 20 medium-large cookies. No they are not healthy but damn they are good! Miniature peanut butter Snicker’s squares are hidden inside chocolate chip cookies, which have been mixed up with bite sized Oreos. I mean come on; what is not to love?

Triple Threat Cookies: Oreo’s, Snicker’s, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe


1 package of Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix (1 lb mix plus butter and egg)

5 mini Peanut Butter Snicker’s squares, cut in quarters

14 bite-sized/mini Oreo’s, halved (1/3 cup chopped)


Make chocolate chip cookie batter according to the package (or use your favorite homemade recipe) with the oven preheated based on the directions.

Next mix in halved mini Oreo’s.

Form balls of dough, which equal a heaping or rounded tablespoon.

Cut a ball of dough in half and pop in a quarter of the Snicker’s before putting it back together and melding the dough around the candy.

Place the dough balls on an ungreased baking sheet lined up and ready to go in the oven.

Bake cookies until golden brown on the edges (minutes vary depending on baking sheet type, oven, and mix you use) and put in the other batch to cook through (if you haven’t already). Remove from the oven and let cool before taking the cookies off the baking sheet.

Serve and enjoy! These are sure to win over the crowds, I promise you that!



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