Oreo Bars Recipe

 Oreo Bars On A Stick – Melted marshmallows mixed in with ground Oreos, molded into bars and threaded on sticks.

I think I ate a lot of sweet treats when I was little. Not quite sure, but my taste buds are totally into sweets, so I think it’s safe to assume that I chose dessert over veggies.

As if I had to tell you that I love sweets. Anyone that has followed this blog for more than 2 days will figure out that I like my cake. And I eat it, too.

By the way, and totally rhetorical, what genius came up with the saying, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too”? You wanna bet?!? What other purpose does a cake serve?

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Anywho, I think my sweet tooth rubbed off on my 2 year old. Kinda sucks ‘cause I have to bribe her; “If you eat this green little tree, Mama will give you this ooey-gooey delicious mess…ok? OK!”

So I made her another treat with Oreos…that’s her favorite cookie.

I know, OMG she is giving her 2 year old that? It’s okay. It was her Birthday, and she only ate one. She never has more than one. I won’t allow it.

Okay…she probably had two, but I didn’t see her having the second one, so technically, she only had one.

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Humongous thanks to the genius behind these bars, Jenny, from the Picky Palate. Her bars made all the tiny party-goers really really happy.

Oreo Bars Recipe
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
2 mins
Resting Time
10 mins
Total Time
20 mins

Melted marshmallows mixed in with ground Oreos, molded into bars and threaded on sticks.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 16 servings
Calories: 219 kcal
  • 1 16.6-ounce package of Oreos
  • 1 10-ounce bag of Large Marshmallows
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 16 wooden sticks
  1. Line an 8×8-inch baking pan with aluminum foil; set aside.
  2. Place Oreos in a food processor and pulse until ground.
  3. Put the marshmallows and the butter in a large microwave-safe bowl; cook in microwave for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes, or until puffed.
  4. Remove from the microwave and pour in the ground Oreos; stir to combine.
  5. Transfer the mixture to the foil-lined baking pan.
  6. Let set for 10 minutes.
  7. Remove bars out of pan with edges of foil, cut into squares, and thread onto the sticks.
  8. Makes 16 brownie-sized bars.
Recipe Notes

WW Freestyle SmartPoints: 10

Nutrition Facts
Oreo Bars Recipe
Amount Per Serving (1 bar)
Calories 219 Calories from Fat 72
% Daily Value*
Fat 8g12%
Saturated Fat 3g15%
Cholesterol 7mg2%
Sodium 174mg7%
Potassium 63mg2%
Carbohydrates 35g12%
Fiber 0g0%
Sugar 22g24%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 85IU2%
Calcium 7mg1%
Iron 2.6mg14%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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66 Responses
  1. I read somewhere that kids crave sweets because their brain tells them that when they eat something sweet, it has calories and they need calories to grow, so eat, EAT! (it’s kind of like how birds know not to eat brightly colored bugs because they are poisonous or bitter.) So go ahead, enjoy the gift you were given.

    1. 🙂 Everyone asks… diet, but not as in dieting…diet as in nutrition… the sum of the food consumed by all of us… does that make sense? I hope so!! It makes perfect sense to me. 🙂

  2. What a delightful treat for adults! I suppose we would need to share them with the kids, too. I had an unfortunate experience with Oreos as a kid that created an Oreo aversion which lasted for a while. Thankfully, I’m over that now! My cousin and I ate an entire bag of Oreos sitting on our porch swing. She would eat the filling and then give me the chocolate cookie. Wonder if I could do that again? Thanks for this great post!

  3. Congrats on Top 9 today! Whoo hoo! I enjoyed reading your cute little story behind this oreo bar. Hehee mommy can’t be mad at her b-day princess having 2nd one. She must had a great time on her b-day with this special treat. 🙂 This must be a great hit at the party!

  4. Kate! Congratz for the top 9 #2 on Foodbuzz!
    Well… even I’m following u for maybe 1-2 months, I already “knew” that u’re a sweet tooth… haha ha!
    I always loves reading ur post, yes… my sons will definetely loves this one 😀
    Tq for sharing the recipe with us dear! 😉

  5. These look delicious. Your daughter is so lucky. I think it’s totally okay for kids to have treats. We always used the balance rule with our kids. If you eat a treat you must balance it off with something healthy next time you eat. Moderation works like a charm. Love that you let her be a kid.

  6. This is a brilliant idea 🙂
    And I can’t stop smiling at the thought of how much your daughter likes oreo cookies ! It’s just too cute! (Alright, I’ll admit — I love oreos too, who doesn’t! 🙂 )

  7. Kate …, this is a winner alright and I bet my sunday school kids will be delighted to have this as a treat. ;)) thanks for sharing this wif me.I work with the kids and this comes just great. Sweet treat once in a blue moon is okay .

  8. Yeaayy… You’re a fellow sweet tooth like me! I’m glad to know that I’m not abnormal for craving these awesome looking Oreos on a stick ;-). Btw, I think those red popsicle sticks look great and make these treats really stand out.

  9. You are so awesome! Oreos on a stick! Your recipes are always so original yet still down to earth. My sweet tooth has definitely rubbed off on the kids. It’s a good thing I Can’t bake like you otherwise we’d be in trouble!

  10. Genius! If I put anything on a stick – my kids are likely to eat it. And this is one that they’d be all over. (Likely sneaking more than one, when I’m not looking.) 😉

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