Cookies and Cream Bread Recipe

Every now and then, something hits me. An idea I just can’t escape. I try to think zucchini and spinach, but my mind keeps begging for cookies and breads. Our family loves Oreo cookies. It’s the girls’ most requested ice cream. So, I gave it a shot, I mixed a few of our favorite things with one of my favorite recipes and voila, magic was made. Cookies and Cream Bread!

chocolate lover's bread | cookies and cream quick bread recipe

The girls think that they don’t like cream cheese, but they have had a countless number of appetizers and desserts made with cream cheese that they just can’t get enough of, and this Cookies and Cream Bread is no exception.

Oreo cookies and cream bread recipe made in just 10 minutes

Adapted from my sweet bread recipe, Cookies and Cream bread takes just 10 minutes hands on time and bakes to perfection. I like to serve it warm for breakfast or dessert, but it’s delicious at room temperature, too!

cookies and cream quick bread recipe

If we’re hosting guests for the weekend, I’ll whip up a few loaves of various breads because it keeps well when wrapped. Caramel Cheesecake is another favorite!

easy cookies and cream bread

cookies and cream bread - a delicious chocolate bread made in 10 minutes

Cookies and Cream Bread

Prep Time 00:10 Total Time 0:10
Serves 10     adjust servings

 

Ingredients

Filling

  • 1/2 c cream cheese
  • 1/2 egg
  • 1/8 c sugar

Instructions

Grease 1 lb loaf pan and preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine sugar, flour, baking powder, and salt.

In a separate bowl, beat egg, milk, oil and crushed Oreos. Gradually add dry mixture to wet until just moist.

Pour half of the batter into pan. 

Combine cream cheese, egg and sugar. Pour cream cheese mixture over bread batter. Add remaining bread batter until 1" below the top of the loaf pan to compensate for rise. Swirl in with a knife.

Bake 45 minutes or until toothpick comes out "clean" with the exception of a little cream cheese.

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Recipe Notes

batter should not exceed 1" from the top of the loaf pan to compensate for rise.

to get 1/2 egg for filling, whisk an egg in a small bowl and divide.

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