Food Hack: Flaming Wings’ Wicked Oreos

Words: Dwight Co/Photography: Mylene Chung/Styling and Recipe Development: Katherine Jao/June 18, 2012

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Now this one’s a Frankenstein of sorts.

Put together with things that are pretty much perfect on their own: Oreos, pancakes, and ice cream, this creature was conceived through mad science. (or aliens.)

And if mashing all these elements together isn’t enough to make you gag with joy, the final process includes drowning Oreos and pancakes in a bath of boiling oil and topping the finished golden brown munchkins with frozen goodness.

For those of you who think that these Oreos look familiar, this dish is a highly-popularized dessert brought to the shores of top universities by a (growing) restaurant chain with awesome value-for-money chicken wings, flame only figurative.

If the photos make you wanna sink your teeth into these fluffy little creatures, today’s your lucky day—you can now do this in the comfort of your own laboratory with our little recipe. Go mad and tell us how it goes!

Wicked Oreos

Yield: 4 servings


  • 16 pcs original Oreos
  • 1 small box Maya hotcake mix
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • A pinch of salt
  • Oil for deep frying
  • 4 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 1/2 cup chocolate syrup


  1. Prepare hotcake batter as directed on packaging.
  2. Add baking powder and a pinch of salt.
  3. Whisk well.
  4. Heat oil on medium flame.
  5. Dip oreo in batter and fry.
  6. Repeat with the rest of the Oreo cookies.
  7. Drain on paper towels.
  8.  Transfer to a plate.
  9. Top with vanilla ice cream and drizzle with chocolate syrup.
  10. Serve immediately.


  1. You can try using different flavors of ice cream like rocky road, caramel, etc.
  2. You can also try using caramel syrup instead of chocolate.

Dwight Co

Managing Director/Founder

When he was nine, Dwight stormed the kitchen and proudly cooked himself his first dish, Spam and eggs. Realizing his immense talent for cooking canned food, he co-founded in 2012. Aside from directing's content and design, Dwight also makes websites and runs a tiny ramen house in Burgos Circle called Wrong Ramen. See More.

  • Jaycee Villareal

    Wicked Oreos!

    • Mylene Chung

      You got that right!!:D

  • Laurence Perfecto

    stunning!!!!!!!!!  :)

    • Mylene Chung

      Thanks Lence!! hugs!

  • Sydneylyn

    <3 the milk bottle!! ^.^ where oh where?? 
    You guys sure make a box of hotcake mix more interesting than anyone I've ever known!!! ^.^

    • Mylene Chung

      Hi Sydney!! The milk bottle is from Muji, a bit expensive but I personally think it’s worth it! It comes in 3 different sizes too!:D Glad you liked the post!! Enjoy the recipe! 

  • ainabananarama

    Must try this at home! Hooraaaaaay!

    • Mylene Chung

      hahaha! Tell us how it goes!

  • timmy

    I woud definitely give this a go. I just happen to have oreos and pancake mix lying around. By the way, i love the straw! Where can i get those?? 

    • Katherine Jao

      Let us know how it goes Timmy! Oh, we just made the straw. :)

  • Queenie Tan

    You should try deep fried cherry kool-aid :)

    • Katherine Jao

      Interesting! Will look into that, thanks Queenie! :)

  • ME

    We’ve been making fried oreos for some time now at our house.  We make our own homemade pancake batter.  This is one of my kids favorite treats.

    • Katherine Jao

      Homemade pancake batter sounds even better. :)

  • kitkat

    Just made a few batch of Fried Oreos with Nutella Chocolate Drink during this rainy day. The verdict:  The kids didn’t have leftovers on their plate &  Cup = Wiped Out!!! Super Duper Thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes. It’s a bonding time for the family :)

    • Katherine Jao

      Thank you for the support Kitkat! :) glad we’ve shared in your Family’s bonding time.

  • bianca

    This site is very helpful. I just made this wicked oreos awhile ago (one of my favvoooorite desert in flaming wings) and I got it perfectly. Galing! :)

  • Sarah

    What would you use for deep frying? What kind of pan just from home?

  • Jhunalyn Modesto

    Did this and it tasted awesome! Thanks for the recipe! However I used tablea as choc syrup ’cause we ran out if hersheys choc syrup :)