Cooking with 'Hope'

How do you eat an Oreo?

The Oreo cookie is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year, and to celebrate an Oreo Dirt Cookie Cake recipe is included. There are numerous recipes for the dessert, but here is my take on it. Enjoy and just remember this is one good cookie that's been around longer than we have. Each of us has our own special way of eating and devouring an Oreo cookie — how do you eat yours?

Published: Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 12:15 PM.

How do you eat an Oreo?

The Oreo cookie is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year, and to celebrate an Oreo Dirt Cookie Cake recipe is included. There are numerous recipes for the dessert, but here is my take on it. Enjoy and just remember this is one good cookie that’s been around longer than we have. Each of us has our own special way of eating and devouring an Oreo cookie — how do you eat yours?

Peaches are still in stores, so I made this very tasty Peach Jam. I used cane sugar this time and it really came out tasty. I like to put a tablespoon of the jam in my Greek yogurt along with some granola and have it for breakfast. It tastes great with vanilla ice cream, or on a slice of pound cake, or put into a smoothie. Of course, toast, muffins and English muffins get a real boost with some of this jam.

The onion-zucchini pie is great for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as an appetizer. The onions can be made up to three to four days in advance and ready when you are. Enjoy!

 

Layered Oreo Cookie Cake

100th Anniversary Celebration Cake



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