You’re going to love giving these Chocolate Covered Oreo Presents for your holiday gift giving cookie tray. They are all tied up with a candy bowl.
Chocolate Covered Oreo Presents
I sent my family back in Hawaii some of these Chocolate Covered Oreos for Christmas.
- Favorite Oreo Cookies
- Candy Melts – Red, Green, White
- Equipment Needed
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- Melt a bag of candy melts in a ceramic or glass bowl in a microwave. 1 minute on high, stir, then 30 seconds at 70% power and stir until all the candy is melted.
- Fill the cookie mold 1/2 way and press the Oreo cookie into the candy. Fill the cavity molds up and tap the tray on the counter to get any air bubbles out.
- Place the try into the freezer for 5- 8 minutes to harden. Flip the try over and press the cookies out.
- Make some bows using the silicone mold. Put some melted candy into a baggie or piping bag and add “ribbons” to the cookies. Place a bow on top.
- If you want to add some disco dust, “paint” some water on to the tops of the chocolate covered Oreo presents and then daub on the disco dust. The disco dust will stick to the water and the cookie. Decorate with a ribbon and a bow.
I just got my SpinningLeaf Mold in the mail and I was itching to make something beautiful with them. I’ve seen so many beautiful Chocolate Covered Oreos from my friends, Angie, Ella, and Jo. There is definitely a learning curve to making these Fancy Oreos.
How much candy to add, how much to push the cookie down, how to get them out… I wasn’t sure about any of this, but I didn’t care! I just jumped right in and got to making them.
Step 1 – Work on one cookie at a time. Fill 1/3 of the cavity with some candy melts. Press the Oreo into the mold making sure that it comes up to coat the sides. Add some more candy to the top and cover the cookie. Tap the tray a few times to get out any air bubbles.
Step 2 – Place the tray into the freezer for 5 to 8 minutes. From what I understand, if you leave them in longer, they will crack. Press the plastic tops in a circular direction to loosen the candy and it should come out.
Step 3 – Clean off any edges that have overflowed with a sharp knife. I added Disco Dust to a few of them just to see how they would look. This was my first time doing the Shimmer Effect. I think I need to work on it a bit more.
Step. 4 – Make some bows. I got this great bow mold from Ella. You can order so many different molds from her that are great on Oreos. Then I added some “ribbon” to them and placed the bow on top.
I was so thrilled to have some boxes from BRP Box Shop that made the give that more presentable. I packaged these up and mailed them to Hawaii and my family was happy to say that they all arrived well.
These made a great Christmas present. Everybody would love to get some Chocolate Covered Oreos… especially if they are the Candy Cane Oreos.
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