Oreo Rolls is an easy, no-bake recipe using Oreo biscuits and desiccated coconut as the main ingredients. These roll cookies taste more or less like coconut chocolate and thus you can call these Bounty as well.

 Make Oreo truffles with the same recipe. You can easily involve your little darlings in making these. 

 

Oreo biscuits are the latest craze among children. Be it Oreo Chocolate or Oreo Vanilla or Oreo Strawberry, all are equally liked by children, I think strawberry is a little less preferred but maybe girls like it more due to its pink color.

 

No-Bake Oreo Rolls Or Bounty?

Before I begin with today’s recipe, here goes my call for Bounty lovers. Yes, Bounty, the chocolate filled with coconut. Let me tell you, it’s my favorite too. Decades back, when it was not easily available locally then my friend Sharon, ensured to get it for me whenever she traveled abroad. Such loving and considerate friends never fail to put a smile on your face. And I am blessed to be surrounded by many such lovely friends. But why Bounty in this post? Because this Oreo roll is also somewhat like Bounty having both chocolate and coconut in it.

 

Fireless Cooking Recipe For Kids

Today’s recipe is not only kids’ favorite but also one which they would like to try making themselves. As summer vacations are approaching, though already started at some places, involve your children in these easy no-bake/no-cook recipes (best fireless cooking idea).

This is really a good way not only to initiate cooking for children but also to spend quality time with them. Though you understand your kids better but a humble request from my side that gives them a break from tuition and studies and let them do something creative too these holidays, be it cooking or painting or some other art and craft.

I have a post titled Fireless Cooking Recipes for Kids, which I posted 2 years back and it gives me immense pleasure to see that it is one of the most searched for on Google. If you too are interested in more fireless recipes then have a look at this.

Now, coming back to Oreos. Oreo biscuits are versatile. Add these to your milkshake, sprinkle over vanilla ice cream, eat it as it is, keep licking the cream or make these swiss rolls or truffles.

 

Interesting Facts About Oreos

While doing my research for Oreos I came to know of certain astonishing facts about these biscuits and I just can’t resist sharing these with you. Go through these facts, I am telling you, you will not only enjoy but also be astonished by some of these.

  • These were first introduced in 1912. Omg! more than 100 years back!
    (And, I called them the latest!!!)
  • These are Vegan using only sugar, flour, oil, cocoa, high fructose corn syrup, leavening, cornstarch, salt, soy lecithin, vanillin, and chocolate.
  • These are the best selling cookies all over the world.
  • The cookie and the cream are in a certain ratio, which is 71% cookie and 29% cream.
  • In New York, there is a path known as Oreo Way in the honor of Oreo Biscuits.

You can read more about these facts here.

 

Step By Step Recipe with Photos

  • Mix desiccated coconut, powdered sugar, and cream. Form a smooth dough. If need be, add 1 tsp cream more. Keep it aside.

Tip: You can use milk cream (malai) in place of cream, as suggested by a reader. Check testimonials below

Desiccated Coconut Powdered Sugar Mix

  • Take Oreo biscuits and powder them in the grinder.
  • Melt dark chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds.
  • Add melted chocolate to the powdered Oreo biscuits and make a smooth dough.
  • Keep this dough in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

make dough for oreo

  • Take out the dough. Keep it between plastic sheets and using a rolling pin, roll it, preferably rectangular.
  • Spread coconut mix on it.
  • Holding the plastic sheet, start rolling it.
  • After the first roll, pull the plastic sheet back and further roll it. Like this roll it completely.
  • Do not try to tighten it or give proper shape otherwise it will spread open.

  • Carefully lift it and place it on aluminum foil.
  • Now roll it again in the foil. Once rolled, tighten it by pressing with both hands. At this stage, do as much tight as you want to do it. The roll is in safe hands (of aluminum foil) now.
  • Keep the roll in the refrigerator for at least an hour or longer.
  • Remove the foil and cut discs, moving the knife in the sawing motion.

cut the roll into cookies

 

  • Serve with love, juice optional.

 

Variation

 Oreo balls/truffles.

  • Take a little oreo dough, flatten it.
  • Put the coconut filling and form a ball.
  • You may dip this in the melted chocolate.
  • Leave it to set. Once set, cut into 2 and serve.

make oreo truffles

 

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I hope you will surely try out this easy, yummy, and healthy recipe of No Bake Oreo Rolls with your darlings in the coming summer vacations.

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Testimonials

As tried by Tulika Bajaj Garg

 

No-Bake Oreo Rolls

An easy no bake coconut cookies using oreo biscuits

  • 1 Packet Oreo ((12 pcs Oreo Biscuits, Vanilla))
  • 50 g Dark Chocolate
  • 1 Cup (80 g) Desiccated Coconut
  • 1 Tbsp Powdered Sugar
  • 1 Tbsp Cream
  1. Mix desiccated coconut, powdered sugar, and cream. Form a smooth dough. If need be, add 1 tsp cream more. Keep it aside.
  2. Take Oreo biscuits and powder them in the grinder.
  3. Melt dark chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds. Add melted chocolate in the powdered Oreo biscuits and make a smooth dough.
  4. Keep this dough in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  5. Take out the dough. Keep it between plastic sheets and using a rolling pin, roll it, preferably rectangular.
  6. Spread coconut mix on it.
  7. Holding the plastic sheet, start rolling it.
  8. After the first roll, pull the plastic sheet back and further roll it. Like this roll it completely. Do not try to tighten it or give proper shape otherwise it will spread open.
  9. Carefully lift it and place it on aluminum foil.
  10. Now roll it again in the foil. Once rolled, tighten it by pressing with both hands. At this stage, do as much tight as you want to do it. The roll is in safe hands (of aluminum foil) now.
  11. Keep the roll in the refrigerator for at least an hour or longer.
  12. Remove the foil and cut discs, moving the knife in the sawing motion.
  13. Serve with love, juice optional.

Variation – You can make Oreo balls/truffles

  1. Take a little oreo dough, flatten it. Put the coconut filling and form a ball. You may dip this in the melted chocolate.

  2. Leave it to set. Once set, cut into 2 and serve.

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4 Responses

  1. First off, I love your creativity- even the subject of your post is in an ‘O’ shape!
    Usually I skip straight to the recipe in food posts, but in yours I enjoy reading all the details you’ve penned too 🙂

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