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Oreo Dessert! Make White Chocolate Dipped Oreos

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These are good. Like really good. Like Oreo + White Chocolate + Sprinkles good. They are also really easy to make, so grab a kid and get started! You can’t go wrong with Oreo desserts!

See?! It’s pretty easy! All you need are Oreos, white chocolate, and food coloring and/or sprinkles…and those last two things are optional. But they are recommended!

Okay! Here we go! (A printable version is below this.)

Grocery List:

  • Oreos – as many as you want to make
  • White Chocolate Chips or Almond Bark
  • Food Coloring and Sprinkles (Both Optional)

Directions:

  • Put out a sheet of wax paper to place Oreo on once it’s been “chocolate-fied”.
  • Melt chocolate (we used Candi-Quik)
  • Add food coloring, if you wish. (We used 4 different colors.)
  • Place an Oreo in the chocolate and swirl around. Cover it well, using a spoon to smooth it out, if necessary.
  • Dip one side in sprinkles or sprinkle just on edges, if desired.
  • Place on wax paper to dry.

Warning! This can be a little…messy. And it’s better to have to much chocolate to melt than not enough. If you don’t have enough, it feels a little dry and won’t coat the Oreo evenly. Sometimes the Oreo will break and then you might have to eat it…as research.

How to Make White Chocolate Dipped Oreos
 
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White Chocolate Dipped Oreos with Sprinkles. Yumo.
Ingredients
  • Oreos - as many as you want to make
  • White Chocolate Chips or Almond Bark
  • Food Coloring and Sprinkles (Both Optional)
Instructions
  1. Put out a sheet of wax paper to place Oreo on once it's been "chocolate-fied".
  2. Melt chocolate (we used Candi-Quik)
  3. Add food coloring, if you wish. (We used 4 different colors.)
  4. Place an Oreo in the chocolate and swirl around. Cover it well, using a spoon to smooth it out, if necessary.
  5. Dip one side in sprinkles or sprinkle just on edges, if desired.
  6. Place on wax paper to dry.



 

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