Try this new dessert trend courtesy of TikTok

Try this new dessert trend courtesy of TikTok
SAN FRANCISCO - MAY 13: Oreo Cookies are seen May 13, 2003 in San Francisco. Attorney Stephen Joseph filed a lawsuit in the Marin County Superior Court May 1, 2003 seeking a ban on Oreo Cookies in California arguing that the trans fats that make the filling creamy and cookie crunchy are dangerous for children to eat. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

If you love Oreos, try this two-ingredient dessert hack from TikTok!

I’m sure by now we’ve all heard of TikTok, and there are all sorts of things that go on over there. From dance trends, to prank videos, to cooking hacks and recipes, TikTok has got you covered with a little bit of everything content-wise, that’s for sure!

If you’re a giant fan or Oreos (same), then this new dessert hack from TikTok will be your new go-to midnight snack, or for any time of the day! It’s probably one of the most simple things that you will ever make, and let me tell you, it’s so quick and easy that if you had a bunch of people around and they all wanted one, you could easily make them all in under ten minutes! Doesn’t that sound like a great thing for a party too?

All you need to make this TikTok dessert is two ingredients

Literally, all you need to make this creative dessert hack is two ingredients: Oreos and milk. While the original TikTok video showed the classic Oreos being used, you can certainly use whatever flavor of Oreos that you want, such as the Golden Oreos or even Mint Chocolate Oreos without altering the recipe one bit! This is supposed to be made to your own liking!

Here’s the link to someone putting their own spin on this lovely dessert trend two different ways!

Want to know all of the simple steps to making this deliciously easy mug-cake? Follow these steps below to make it for yourself:

  • Depending on the mug size you’re using, put roughly a handful of Oreos in (6-8).
  • Using the milk of your choice, fill the cup up about half way.
  • Smash the cookies up using a fork until all is combined throughout.
    • It will somewhat form a smooth “batter” within itself
  • Microwave for about 2 minutes. Check mixture during cook time as you see fit. (Depends on the microwave, also.)
  • Remove from the microwave (careful of the heat) and enjoy to your heart’s content.

Now, one night I was bored and decided to try this. First things first, for me personally, it didn’t come out right. It was more like an Oreo paste. It didn’t taste terrible, but for me, the Oreo taste kind of dissipated, and I could not really taste them all that much oddly enough. (Maybe more Oreos were needed!)

If you try this and succeed, let me know what you thought of it down in the comments below. And which flavor do you prefer: Golden or Classic Oreos? Let’s discuss.