No baking and done in just 15 minutes this simple Oreo Bark is a must try recipe! When it’s frozen just break apart and serve.
The perfect treat made with just two simple ingredients and done in 15 minutes or less. This Oreo Bark is a must try recipe.
This Christmas season I have baking up a storm. Gifts for teaches, neighbors, and treats for family night. When making treats for gifts I love adding some bark into the mix. It’s simple to make and taste amazing.
How to make Oreo Bark:
Step one: Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. You will want to use this to freezer your bark so make sure that your baking sheet you are using will fit into your freezer.
Step two: Melt white chocolate then spread it onto the parchment paper then sprinkle on crushed cookies.
Step three: Last place in the freezer to harder and once sold remove from freezer.
Step four: When you are ready to serve remove from freezer and paper and break into pieces to serve. Store them in an air tight container in the fridge or eat them right away.
Melting chocolate can be a little tricky so it’s important to use a higher quality chocolate especially when it comes to white chocolate. I bought a white chocolate bar that was made for baking and melting. When it comes to chocolate I find it to be easier to melt and used a good brand chocolate chip. I placed them separately in microwave safe bowls and only heated for 30 seconds at a time and mixed. It only took about 1 minute each to be completely melted and smooth.
If you want to skip the microwave you could melt each separately in a double boiler instead.
- 8 oz bakers white chocolate
- 6 crushed Oreo cookies
Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
Melt white chocolate then spread it onto the parchment paper. Sprinkle on crushed cookies.
Place in the freezer to harder for 10 minutes (longer if needed). Once sold remove from freezer.
Remove from freezer and paper and break into pieces to serve. Store them in an air tight container in the fridge or eat them right away.