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Chocolate Covered Oreos make for a great, last-minute dessert idea for ANY holiday! Simply dress them up with seasonal sprinkles for a fun treat anyone will love
Step 1: Melt Your White Chocolate
I used about 8 ounces of white chocolate to make about 15 cookies. The first step is to melt down the chocolate. I have a double boiler for this task but if you don’t have one of those, microwave it in 30 second increments, stirring in between will do the trick.
Step 2: Coat Your Oreo with Chocolate
How you do this is a matter of preference. I liked getting chocolate all over my Oreo. I have also done just the half dip into the chocolate as well.
After the cookie goes for a swim in the chocolate, lay them out on either a baking rack or flat onto parchment paper.
Step 3: Add Sprinkles
You need to move somewhat quickly at this point. You just want to make sure that chocolate doesn’t start to solidify before you add your sprinkles.
This is the fun part that kids like to help with. Sprinkle those cookies up with whatever theme you’re feeling!
Here are some classic sprinkles…
Here are some Easter/Spring colors…
See how versatile Chocolate Covered Oreos are?! Add them to your list to make next time you’re celebrating!
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- 15 Oreos
- 8 ounces white chocolate
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- Using either a double boiler or microwave, melt your chocolate. Be careful not to burn it!
- Dip the Oreo into the chocolate.
- Move dipped Oreo to parchment lined drying rack.
- While chocolate is still warm, add desired amount of sprinkles
- Move to refrigerator to cool for 5-10 minutes