Nabisco’s Oreos are just awesome! Yum Maker will gladly welcome ANY OREO RECIPE to our yummy recipe bank! One can never have too many ways to eat an Oreo. Yum, Yum.
You probably have seen or hopefully have eaten some Oreo cookie bark, before. It’s definitely a holiday favorite, especially if it has Christmas red and green M&M’s. Even if you’re familiar with Oreo cookie bark recipes, go ahead and make it again and then share it…you’ll make someone smile big that day. How nice.
If you haven’t made this before, then you’ll be happy to know that you only need 2 ingredients (3 total if you opt to include M&M’s). That means fast and easy to make. This type of recipe is also easy to customize…add some crushed peppermint candies for the mint lovers or even chocolate chip morsels to make this treat super chocolatey. We’ve also seen pretzel bits in a similar recipe too. That’s a great way to use up the remaining broken pretzels in the bag.
A whole bowl of it…looks good!
Oreo Cookie Bark!
This recipe comes from Kathy W. via allrecipes. As she states, this recipe is always a hit for her. We would have to agree. Anytime you combine candy with cookies is deliciousness. So easy to do, too…
- 1 package of Oreo Cookies
- 2 (18.5 oz) packages of white chocolate
- Option: M&M’s red and green
Note: You can use any chocolate and creme filled cookie. Here at Yum Maker, we just love our Oreos and we prefer to grab them ’cause after all it is “Oreo Cookie Bark”!
- Line your cookie sheet pan with wax paper (or parchment paper).
- Break apart your Oreo cookies into coarse pieces (you can vary the sizes of broken pieces).
- Use a microwave safe dish, break up pieces of the white chocolate into a bowl and melt.
- Combine your Oreo cookie pieces into the melted chocolate and then spread the chocolate and Oreo cookie mixture onto the pan.
- Option: add those M&M’s into/on top of the mixture.
- Set in the fridge for about 1 hour or until it’s solid.
**Note: Like this recipe, you’ll probably need to do two batches of melted chocolate. So, spread the first mixture of chocolate and cookie pieces on half of the pan and then the remaining mixture on the other half.
YUM! A favorite treat!
Recipe adapted from: http://allrecipes.com