Lets up our confectionary Game Friends!
I am so excited to finally share this fun tutorial with you, Chocolate Covered Oreos. These little pieces of Chocolatey Goodness are so simple to make and will take your gathering to the next level. I’m always asked… Where did you purchase these? How did you find them? All I could do was grin, pat myself on the back, and say, “I MADE THEM!” I am now gonna impart my mama wisdom to you and pass the fun.
This craft is something that I love to do with my girls for, well…pretty much, every holiday. It doesn’t require a lot of cleanup, and you’r not working with anything that would require a first aid kit. #momwin.
So, I ask you…
Are you ready for your “Pinterest Mama” Crown?
I am handing you that beautiful red (Pinterest red, to be exact) crown in a super easy tutorial. One that is guaranteed to make you the coolest mama on the block. You can’t go wrong with anything that would combine Chocolate and Oreos!
St. Patricks Day Chocolate Covered Oreos
Lets up our confectionary game with this easy and fun tutorial for Chocolate Covered Oreos. Something that can be customized for any gathering!
- 1 bag Wilton Green Chocolate
- 1 package Oreo Cookies any kind will do! We usually use the Mint flavored for St. Patty's day
- 1 package Wilton Candy eyes
- 1 bowl Microwave Safe
Start with all your supplies handy...Remember, it's super fast to make.
Microwave chocolate in 30 second increments in microwave safe bowl.
**Make sure you are on 1/2 power or defrost mode.**
Stir between each interval, to avoid burning
Once Chocolate is melted to a liquid consistency. Pour into each mold, just enough to cover the bottom.
Add an Oreo Cookie to each mold. Make sure to not push down on chocolate, let it sit on top.
Pour the remainder chocolate into each mold so the Oreos are no longer visible.
After cookies are covered in chocolate pick up mold and gently tap on counter to remove any air bubbles from the chocolate.
(you may have to push down a little on the Oreo, so that it's not visible. Depending on the amount of Chocolate used)
Refrigerate or freeze mold for 10-15 minutes until hard.
When Chocolate has hardened, Flip mold upside down and gently push down to express Chocolate Covered Oreo.
Now comes the fun part!! Decorate any way you would like!
We like to add Candy eyes, adhered with some remainder chocolate.
There it is Friends!
This recipe/tutorial is completely customizable, the possibilities are endless. Chocolate Covered Oreos are such a crowd pleaser, we have enjoyed making them for: Christmas, Easter, teacher gifts, pretty much every holiday. The neat thing mamas, you can make these at nap time with minimal mess. There’s No holding you back now! As long as you can find a mold for it, you can make it. I can’t wait to see what all you create!