Gluten Free Oreos

Do Gluten-Free Oreos Taste the Same?

It can be tricky to get homemade versions of big-name brands to taste exactly the same.  And it’s been a while since I’ve been had gluten-containing Oreo cookies!  But I will say that from friends’ and family feedback, my homemade cookies taste pretty darn close, too.

Combine the Dry Ingredients

In a large bowl or stand mixer, combine the dry ingredients.

Add the Wet Ingredients

Mix in the butter, beaten egg, and vanilla. The mixture should be dry and crumbly.

Knead and Chill

Knead the dough until a smooth ball forms. Wrap it in plastic wrap to chill in the fridge for an hour. 

Cut Out the Dough

Cut the dough into 1½ inch rounds and place them onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.


Bake the chocolate cookies until they’re firm but not browned or burnt. Let them cool on the baking sheet for a few minutes.

Make the Icing

Beat the butter until it’s smooth and fluffy, then gradually beat in the confectioner’s sugar.

Make the Icing

Once it is smooth and blended, beat in the vanilla and oat milk until stiff peaks form. Transfer the icing to a piping bag or plastic storage bag.

Assemble the Oreos

Once cookies are cooled, pipe the icing onto the backside of a cookie, then gently press a second cookie over the icing to make a sandwich.

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