Cookies and Cream Muddy Buddies

Remember this post for Cookies and Cream Popcorn yesterday, and how I told you my mom had A LOT of Oreos to use up… Well the craze continues and let me just be honest for a moment.


Muddy Buddies are one of my favorite treats! They are so fun and so easy to make, pack up, and take with you were ever you want. You have seen my posts for Nutella Puppy Chow and Cake Batter Muddy Buddies… but are you ready for the next addition to the Muddy Buddy clan?!

I dare say this may be my new favorite.  With only 4 ingredients, what is not to love?!

Cookies and Cream Muddy Buddies
Cookies and Cream Muddy Buddies! Only 4 ingredients... these are insanely addictive and delicious!
Recipe type: Dessert
  • 6 cups Chex Cereal
  • 12 oz. White Almond Bark
  • 20 Oreos
  • ½ cup powdered sugar
  1. Pour measured Chex cereal into a lage bowl.
  2. In a food processor, or in a sealed ziplock bag rolling a rolling pin over it, finely grind Oreos.
  3. Put Almond Bark into a microwave safe bowl and microwave in 30 second increments, stirring after each increment until completely melted.
  4. Pour melted almond bark over Chex cereal and stir carefully to cover cereal.
  5. Immediately after cereal is covered, pour ground Oreos and toss/stir to coat.
  6. Next toss on the powdered sugar until coated.


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  1. I’ve never seen this with the oreos before!! I ALWAYS make Muddy Buddies for the holiday – never with oreos – great idea. Now I need a food processor ;)

    I am totally pinning this!!

    • Chef in Training

      you can totally use regular oreos! I just love double stuff because of the extra cream :) I would use about the same, 20. Hope that helps! Let me know how it turns out!

  2. puppy chow, any way you have it, is by far the most addicting snack on the planet. absolutely 100% the BEST thing to bring to a party because people will inhale it. I speak from experience because my friend made my recent s’mores puppy chow recipe and I sat at the bowl all saturday night stuffing my face… ;)

  3. Best party snack known to mankind–love your variation, thanks for sharing! You’ve inspired me to make my next puppy chow variation (a la cookie butter).

  4. Melissa

    I’ve never made any kind of puppy chow mix.
    I saw this n had to make it! Mine turned out kinda
    Thick in spots, I followed the directions exact. Is
    there a reason for it?? Either way it is delicious and my son has been eating it up! Thanks :)

    • Ronnie

      The inconsistency is from the almond bark or white chocolate getting overheated. You can add a Tbsp of oil or shortening to the chocolate/bark if this happens and that will thin it out and make it more consistent again.

  5. This is awesome!!! THank you so much!! We’ve been purchasing it from stores, but can’t find it anymore. My husband loves this so we now can share with all our family and friends!!! Thank you!!!:)