Wednesday, January 11, 2012

White Chocolate Covered Oreo's

Over the holidays, the hubs and I hosted our inaugural tacky sweater party and I made some fancy treats to go along with it. I have seen Oreo pops all over the place, but I did not really feel like spending the time to carefully insert the sticks to create the pops. I needed something quick, easy, and few ingredients. So, I made my White Chocolate Covered Oreo's.  I am HUGE fan of white chocolate as you may be able to tell from my Dessert Kabob's, or my Garbage Candy so I decided to use white chocolate instead of regular ole chocolate. 

Please forgive me, but I did not take a lot of photo's. I was about halfway through when I realized I wasn't doing my job on taking photo's and all I had with me was my iPhone.


Ingredients:

White Choclate Bark 
Package of Oreo's ( I was making for 25 people, so I used 2 packages, 1 double stuffed, and 1 regular)
Sprinkles (something pretty to decorate with)
Oil (used to thin out the chocolate)

Directions:

Melt the white chocolate using a double boiler
Add a little oil to help thin out the chocolate so that it is easier to work with
Drop you Oreo into the melted chocolate and make sure it is covered
Scoop out and place on parchment paper for cooling
Add sprinkles while chocolate is still warm so that it holds well
After the batch is complete place in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to harden
Serve and Enjoy!!

Total Time: 30 minutes


The white chocolate covered Oreo's were a huge hit and I was even able to box some up to send home with guests and box some up to bring to my parents. I think the double stuffed oreo's were better than the regular so if I make them again  I will definitely be using the double stuffed Oreo's.  It was a really awesome, easy, recipe that was cost effective, all under 10 dollars, and gave everybody a sweet treat or two, or three. 

Thanks for reading! :)

6 comments:

  1. Yummy! I know it's way too late but thank you for the sweet comment on my blog last year. Hope you can swing by tomorrow and join my Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

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  2. You know OREO makes those, but yours looks sooo awesome. I might have to try your recipe out!!

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  3. I love these! Thanks so much for linking up!

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  4. This one is really interesting and inspiring me.I try to make it at home.I like to eat chocolate.

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  6. anonymous' - maybe you should peruse recipe's in mensa magazine's or the wall street journal. i don't like perusing the internet for recipe's, find a nice person's blog who has decided to share, and then be uncomfortable when some A hole make a ridiculous comment. How do you like all those apostrophe's numbskull

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