Aurius “Fried” (made lighter) – Skinny Test


This quick and easy “fried” Oreo made with protein pie mix and Oreo Thins is the perfect light treat for when you’re craving something sweet!

"Fried" Oreo Tenness
Aureus “fried”

I’m not a fan of Oreos, but I love fried Oreo – the kind they sell at street fairs. There is nothing healthy about them, but they are so good! I tried making a lighter version at home using the Protein Pie and Oreo Thins mix. For more chocolate desserts, try Fudge Flourless Brownie Crinkle Cookies And the Dark chocolate peanut butter.

Oreo is fried thin and stacked in a plate.

I tested this aureus in an air fryer, but it was a mess. So, I understand why you don’t make it on a skillet like you do when making pancakes … they came out great! This healthy fried Oreo is the best little treat when you’re craving something sweet.

What are the ingredients for fried oreo?

The ingredients for making “fried” oreo are straightforward. You will need the following:

  • Pie mix: I used Birch Benders Protein Pancake Mix for some extra nutrition, but you can use any “just add water” pancake mix.
  • WaterAdd six tablespoons of water to the pancake mixture.
  • Vanilla extractVanilla extract is great for adding a little sweetness.
  • AureusI have used Oreo Thins because they are lighter than the original Oreos. One Thin contains 35 calories and 5.25 grams of carbs compared to the 53 calories and 8.3 grams of carbs for the original Oreo.
  • Confectioner sugarsSprinkle confectioners’ sugar (also known as powdered sugar) on the final product, which will make it look very beautiful and taste sweeter.

How to make a “fried” Oreo from Scratch

To prepare fried oreo on the stove, follow these four easy steps:

  • Combine pancake mixture, vanilla and water in a bowl.
  • Dip the biscuits into the pancake mixture, then place them in a non-stick skillet over a medium-low heat.
  • Cook until the bottom of the pie is firm, then flip it over and let it simmer for a few more minutes.
  • Sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar.

The differences:

  • Use a different flavor of Oreo Thins, such as Golden, Mint, or Dark Chocolate.

Fried Oreo pieces with powdered sugar.Sautéed Oreos are healthier

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“Fried” aureus

107 Callus 3 protein 16 Carbohydrates 3.5 Fats

Preparation time: 3 Accurate

Cooking time: 12 Accurate

Total time: 15th Accurate

This quick and easy “fried” Oreo made with protein pie mix and Oreo Thins is the perfect light treat for when you’re craving something sweet!

  • ½ Glass Birchbender Protein Pie Blend
  • 6 Large spoons Water
  • 1/2 small spoon Vanilla extract
  • Cooking spray
  • 12 A thin oreo biscuit
  • 1 Tablespoon Confectioner sugarsAnd the Or to taste
  • Mix the pancake mixture, vanilla and water until well combined in a small bowl.

  • Heat a large non-stick skillet over medium-low heat and sprinkle with oil.

  • Dip each cookie into the pancake batter using a fork, then into an even layer (in batches) in the skillet without touching it.

  • Cook until bottom is firm, then turn over and cook until golden, another 2-3 minutes.

  • Repeat with remaining mixture and cookies.

  • Sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar.

service: 2AureusAnd the Calories: 107CaloriesAnd the Carbohydrates: 16GAnd the protein: 3GAnd the Fat: 3.5GAnd the Saturated fat: 1GAnd the Cholesterol: 6.5MgAnd the sodium: 96MgAnd the the basic: 0.5GAnd the sugar: 8.5G

Blue Smart Points: 4

Green Smart Points: 4

Purple Smart Dots: 4

Key words: Easy dessert, fried aureus, street fair food

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