Oreo Cookie Bark
I’ve said it before about how much I love this time of the year. Beside the colors, cooler weather, and football we have Halloween. And everybody knows that Halloween means candy…lots and lots of candy! Feeling in the candy making spirit, I made some Oreo deliciousness.
It really cannot be an easier than white chocolate and oreo cookies. That is all it takes to make this. Melt some chips, chop some oreos, mix it up and you have the best cookie bark. It made a big batch that I sent in with hubs to work. They ate it up, all of them oohing and ahhing about its tastiness.
Really, this dessert has two ingredients. I chopped up the oreos—I think I chopped each cookie into 9 pieces. The chips were melted in a double boiler. It was all mixed up together and spread into a papered pan. I used a cookie sheet, but will spread it in a 9×13 pan nest time. My cookie sheet was a tad to big. It was super thick and I had to just keep spreading it, pushing it out from the center so that it was not too thick.
Once it was all cooled and hard, I used my long knife to break it up into pieces. I liked having big and small pieces, that way folks could get what they wanted. This was a super, super easy thing to make. It tasted awesome—you could use any kind of chocolate if white isn’t you thing. This is another treat that will definitely be added to my list of yummies! Enjoy!!
Oreo Cookie Bark (recipe adapted from www.bakersroyale.com)
Preparation: Line an 9×13 pan with enough parchment or wax paper for a 1 inch overhang on each side.
- 2 bags of 11oz. Ghirardelli white chocolate chips
- 30 regular size Oreos, plus 8 more for topping
- Place chocolate in a double boiler over low heat and stir continuously, until chocolate is completely melted. Transfer chocolate to a heat proof bowl and cool for 5 minutes. Add chopped Oreos and stir to combine. Pour mixture into pan. Use a spatula to smooth out top.
- Finely chop remaining Oreos and sprinkle on top. Chill for about 10 minutes until chocolate becomes solid.
- Lift whole bark out of pan by holding onto parchment or wax overhang. Split bark into pieces with a knife.