Sunday, May 1

Tutorial: Chocolate Covered Oreos

Guess what I've been up to? Making LOTS of yummy treats for my daughter's upcoming birthday party. And one of those treats turned out so cute, I thought I'd go ahead and post a tutorial on how to do it all by yourself. Yes, you can do this! Chocolate covered Oreos with decorative chocolate toppers. And best of all.... it just looks hard, but really it's a pretty simple process. You'll have all of your guests thinking you're a genius.



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Seriously, they're almost too pretty to eat. And here's the secret..... Chocolate covered Oreo molds and chocolate transfer sheets. The chocolate transfer sheets are pretty amazing. If you haven't seen these before, they are just plastic sheets covered with a mixture of cocoa butter and FDA approved food coloring and then etched with repetitive designs. By spreading a thin layer of melted chocolate over the sheets and allowing the chocolate to harden, you can create pastry-chef looking results with very little effort. Wow, right?



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This is what you'll need:

Double stuff Oreos
Chocolate candy coating
Chocolate covered Oreo mold (I bought mine from Spinning Leaf on the web)
Chocolate transfer sheets (I bought mine from Fancy Flours on the web)
Circle cookie cutter just a bit smaller than the Oreo mold cavity


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Step 1: Melt your chocolate candy coating in the microwave. Put a few squares of chocolate in a glass or ceramic bowl and place in the microwave on 50% power for about 1 minute. Take out, stir and put back in at 50% power for 15 seconds. Keep repeating until the chocolate is melted but be sure not to overheat - it will burn the chocolate and that is a definite no-no. We must not burn the chocolate! Never, ever waste chocolate.

Ever.


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Step 2: Spoon some melted chocolate into your Oreo mold about a third of the way full. Place a Double Stuff Oreo cookie into the chocolate and press down until the top of the cookie is level and just a bit lower that the top of the mold.

Spoon more chocolate over the cookie until it is covered with chocolate. Tap the mold against your countertop to make sure all air bubbles are removed and that the chocolate has gotten down on the sides of the cookie. Next, take a offset spatula or some other flat and straight tool like the back of a large knife and scrape across to level the chocolate out.


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Step 3: After filling each of the cookie mold cavities with an Oreo and chocolate and scraping across the top to level off each cookie, place the mold in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes or until the chocolate has firmed up.

Turn the mold over and pop out each chocolate covered cookie. You'll be amazed how perfectly formed they are and how easy it was to make them.


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Step 4: Next, take a sharp knife and run around the edge of the cookie to cut off any excess chocolate. Smooth all around the bottom edge with your fingers. (Uhh.... I think I forgot to tell you to wash your hands, but I'm hoping you did that way before Step 1.)



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Step 5: Take your chocolate transfer sheet and cut off only the portion that you will be needing. My mold had 6 cavities so I cut a piece wide enough to cut out six circles that would fit on top of the chocolate covered Oreo cookie.



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Step 6: Place the transfer sheet on top of piece of wax paper (I sprayed the bottom side of the wax paper with Pam cooking spray so that it wouldn't shift around the countertop). Next, pour out some of your melted chocolate on top of the chocolate transfer sheet.


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Step 7: Carefully spread the chocolate to cover all of the transfer pattern with an offset spatula or the back side of a large knife. Spread the chocolate until you have a thin, even layer. (Note: Be careful not to shift the bottom layer of chocolate against the design too much -- I made the mistake of doing that and it broke up the design pattern a little.)

Allow the chocolate to set for 5 to 7 minutes or until it's no longer glossy but not completely firm and brittle. At this point, you can cut circles of the chocolate patterns to fit on top of your chocolate covered Oreos. Use a circle cookie cutter just a little smaller than the diameter of your Oreo and press into the thin layer of firmed chocolate. Press and turn the cookie cutter until you have punched out a circle of the chocolate transfer sheet.


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Step 8: Put a small dab of melted chocolate on the back side of your patterned chocolate and apply the circle to the top of your chocolate covered Oreo.



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Step 9: Repeat the whole process until you've made a plate full of beautiful cookies.


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It's really that easy! I definitely recommend buying more than one Oreo cookie mold. Mine came with 6 cavities and it would have been much quicker and more efficient to have 12. But all in all, I was fascinated with the results and with all of the choices of chocolate transfers, it's truly something you could make for all kinds of parties.

I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial. I can't wait to show off some more of the fun ideas from my daughter's upcoming party. Wish me luck this week getting it all ready on time. I think I'm going to need it!

129 comments:

Sweet Little Smoothie said...

Wow - great tutorial! I had no idea oreo molds existed! Your chocolate coverd oreos look beautiful! Thanks for sharing :)

Kimberlea@SaVvyDeCor said...

Those look amazing! Thanks so much for sharing. I think I will have to try this but I'm not telling anyone how it's done! lol
Thanks for sharing!

Live Smile Celebrate said...

That is so great!! Thank you for sharing!!

Stacy @ She's {kinda} Crafty said...

I'll take a dozen...that should get me through lunch time tomorrow :) (did I mention I work from home by myself)
They look FAB and kinda make me drool!

melismama said...

so funny Amanda that you are showing this now...I am making them on Wed for my daughter's 2nd birthday party on Thursday. I don't have a mold or the transfer sheets, but I have a PLAN! lol...yours looks FAB!

Kristin said...

These are beautiful! I was always too cheap to by them, so now with your tutorial I can make them! Thank you for sharing with us!

Hope said...

I have been wanting to make these. Where did you purchase the cookie mold and transfer sheets?

Cheryl said...

WOW!! Those are beautiful . . . too beautiful to eat!! :) I will have to get some of those molds and transfers. Thanks for the tip!
~cheryl

Megan @ Cut the Craft! said...

So pretty!!

Megan
www.CutTheCraft.com

Brandy J. said...

This is AMAZING! You make it look easy, but it seems I can't make a pretty dessert to save my life. Perhaps I'll have to give this one a try. Thanks for sharing.

Deb said...

Thank you for the tutorial. I just purchased a dozen oreos from a "known" source and could not believe how terrible the quality was. I was upset, and wished I could have done it myself. Now I can, with your help. THANK YOU for the step-by-step.

Leslie R. said...

You are the BEST! I was just wondering where to find the transfer sheets! So excited! Oh, and I have that cake display from Home Goods too!

Amanda at Shindig said...

Thanks everyone!

For the links to the transfer sheets and the cookie molds, just read the top of my post. The shops are Fancy Flours and Spinning Leaf.

Amanda

Nicole @ Tradewind Tiaras said...

Just gorgeous! I wish I could do these for my daughter's party on Saturday, but here in Phoenix, it's too hot in May to risk chocolates!

MessyMissy said...

What a great (and tasty) tutorial!! I would love it if you would link this up to my party A Marvelous Mess....each week I pick one project to feature on my sidebar!! Here is the link: http://marvelouslymessy.blogspot.com/2011/05/marvelous-mess-11.html

Keisha - Cupcake Wishes & Birthday Dreams said...

Super cute - always wondered how those were made! Thanks for sharing.

Jessa Smith said...

Those look amazing! I'd love to try that for a shower I have coming up!

~Jessa
www.jessajill.blogspot.com

Rachel said...

Oh my goodness, those are absolutely beautiful! I didn't know there was such a thing as oreo molds . . . or even chocolate transfers. Can you tell I don't get too fancy with baking? ;-) I definitely want to give this a try--they are amazing!

Rachel @ Maybe Matilda

Cheryl @ Sew Can Do said...

This is a totally cool idea - I'm definitely checking out those transfer sheets. Would love if you linked this to my Craftastic party:)

Sweet Craft Cakes said...

Love this tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

Tara said...

OMG! They look so great and so does your blog. I am totally trying this out.

PartyMom said...

And you did it again! I love the look of chocolate covered oreos, and this is a great tutorial! Now, I think I’m going to have to try it myself...thanks so much!

Hillybear said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Must share with my daughter who loves to bake. Many grandchildren and party opportunities to try these out!

Hillybear said...

Great tutorial. I'll have to share with my daughter - the baker in the family. With 9 grandchildren there's always a party going on so great opportunity to try these out! Thanks!

CeCe said...

These cookies are beautiful... Never knew there were cookie molds... Want to make these sometime for a party!

Kathryn Michelle Jenkins said...

I love your blog! truly amazing. and can you just make me some of those oreos! lol, great tutorial though. they look so yummy.

kathryn
@ thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com

Kimra said...

amazing! u took something so ordinary and turned into something extraordinary!

Calm Crazy World said...

These look beautiful and de-lish! Thank you for sharing this info with us! I have an upcoming baby shower and these would be perfect little treats!

I'm your newest follower!

Cathy said...

Gorgeous! Never heard of the oreo mold before.... I may have to invest in one. Thanks for sharing.

AliLilly said...

WOW!!! These are fantastic!!! I'm a new follower fo sho! :)

SmileMonsters said...

Wow! They look incredible!

Jo @ SmileMonsters

Tru@TRU TALES FEATS said...

Visiting from Someday Crafts. I had no idea there were chocolate transfer sheets. I just put sprinkles on my chocolate covered Oreos.

Jennifer said...

Holy smokes!! I had no idea there was a mold!! Now I want one!!
Fantastic!!

Monica said...

These are absolutely gorgeous! Great job, thanks for sharing the tutorial.

Something Swanky Cupcakes and Desserts said...

These look AMAZING! I'm so impressed!!
-Ashton www.somethingswanky.com

TheCraftInMe said...

Wow, these are so amazing! I HAVE to try this, great tutorial!

Heather said...

WOW, these turned out amazing I am definitely going to have to try these!

-Heather @
http://craftiestthings.blogspot.com/

Michelle Maskaly said...

Those look awesome! What a great idea :)

Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva said...

Wow!

Brian + Cheryl B. said...

Hi :-) I followed your link over from Sumo's sweet Stuff's blog party. I just had to check out your fudge covered oreos.

Y-e-a-r-s ago now, soon after Nabisco (R) first put out their fudge covered Oreo's (TM), I was introduced to them. And was I ever instantly impressed and hooked! Mercy!!

WE have four sons, and due to us being in the food service industry (working for caterers, etc.
) our sons have been brought up to recognize and appreciate good food. But a package of those fudge covered Oreos was more than I wanted to spend to share with the boys. o;-p

Brian always worked two jobs. Especially around the holiday season, which is the only time Nestle was shelving the cookies originally.

I knew I had been 'had' when the boys questioned Brian about why mom had started going to bed at night with a glass of milk. o;-p Thankfully while he smirked, he explained that sometimes a warm glass of milk helps steady a tummy.

"But she pours it right before we go upstairs". "Yes, but then she reads for awhile till you guys are really asleep, right?"

Brian had caught on that I had again bought some of those fantabulous cookies and had them hid somewhere in our room.

The last couple of years Nabisco has put out the white choc. covered and the fudge mint, but I have not been able to find and thus buy the plain fudge covered ones. :-[

Gonna have to break down and make my own!

blkenigma888 said...

Hi! I have a linky party called A Themed Baker's Sunday where this weeks theme is Chocolate! I'd love for you to either link this recipe or another chocolatey deliciousness!! Hope to see you there!
http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/search/label/A%20Themed%20Bakers%20Sunday
Alyssa

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simplydesigning.blogspot.com said...

Holy cow!!! These are AMAZING!!!!!!!!! And so beautiful!

I would love it if you linked up at my weekly Friday link party if you are interested.

Thanks for the great tutorial. I am so surprised at how easy that looks!

Ashley
www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com

Lindsey @ Inspiring Creations said...

These are gorgeous, not to mention delicious looking! Thanks for the awesome tutorial!

Would love for you to join my linky party! :)
http://www.inspiringcreationsblog.com/2011/05/friday-favorites-linky-party.html

Kate said...

OMG!!! OREO MOLDS?!?! I had no idea! Thanks for the tutorial. I'm soooo excited to order one of these molds. Very pretty oreos girl!

Maria Matter said...

these are gorgeous! lol who knew oreos could look so elegant!
thanks so much for the tutorial!!

Char@The Starter Home said...

They are almost to pretty to eat! This would be so cute for a little girl's "tea party".

Kirsten @ Mushki Loves said...

Yummy! Yes, they do look too pretty to eat! I want some!

Maggie @ Vittles and Bits said...

Gorgeous! You make it look so easy!

Katie said...

These turned out so beautiful! I can't wait to try these for myself. Thanks for sharing!

Katie
www.sweetrosestudio.blogspot.com

Monica said...

I had no idea these molds existed! Thank you so much for sharing this!!!

Jen-CraftOManiac said...

These beauties have been featured on C.O.M. thanks winks- jen

Jill said...

These look incredible! I love how pro they look with the transfer patterns on them!

Sachiko said...

Oh my...those look so yummy and beautiful!! Thank you for linking up to my party!

Stephanie said...

GORGEOUS!! I'm definitely adding this post to my favorites. I'm planning to do a milk and cookies party for my son's 1st birthday and these would be adorable, a little less frilly of course. : )

vanilla bean said...

No way!! I LOVE this idea! I'll have to try it and have everyone in the fam think I've magically turned into some sort of fancy chef!

Heidi said...

Yummy! Where does one get chocolate transfer paper?

Jaclyn said...

These look amazing! I would love if you would like up to Make it for Less Mondays at http://simplycadence.blogspot.com
Hope to see you there!

Lisa said...

Wow! I had no idea anything like this even existed! They look so professional!

JC's Loft said...

Hopped over from CraftOManiac....so simple. Didn't even know those molds existed, awesome!

paula

Cynthia Rahardja Clancy said...

Wow! And thanks for the link to the chocolate sheets. They are amazing!

Doreen @ Redesign by Grace said...

Wow!! Those Oreos look fabulous!

Rita said...

These looks sooo cool!!! Wow!!!

Laura@Corner House said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I had seen pretty oreos somewhere else and wondered how they got the cute pattern on the top.

MessyMissy said...

Great tutorial. Thanks for linking up to my Marvelous Mess party!! I wanted to let you know that I featured this project on my blog!! Here is the link if you want to check it out (and grab a button!!): http://marvelouslymessy.blogspot.com/2011/05/marvelous-mess-11-features.html

Creative Escapes said...

How awesome is this!! My cousin is having a Bridal Shower soon and I am looking to do Food Favor's - this would be perfect. I am your newest follower - can't wait to go back and read some prior posts!

Carrie

The Answer Is Chocolate said...

OK my chocolate covered OREOS don't look like this! These are GORGEOUS!

Camilla said...

those look so beautiful and professional! Nice job!

Madigan at madiganmade said...

You had me at chocolate + oreos.

But these are just gorgeous to look at and I'm sure yummy to eat.

meijo's JOY said...

too cute to bite! love it!

Maggie @ Midwestern {Sewing} Girl said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial!!! I can't wait to make these...they are gorgeous!

Shana said...

So cool! Bookmarking this for later use!
One quick idea - to make it faster, could you simply cut out circular pieces of the transfer paper, place them in the molds, and then after popping the cookie out, peel off the paper?

Allison @ House of Hepworths said...

You've been featured at my party this week; Hookin Up with HoH #48

Congratulations! You are awesome. Stop by and grab a button if you'd like.

Allison @ House of Hepworths

Love My Country Home said...

Too awesome! My husband is an Oreo addict and this would be a great way to surprise him with his favorite snack. Thanks for sharing!

Angie said...

These are amazing! Thanks for the tutorial, I will be trying them soon.

Maria said...

These are so beautiful! Who knew oreos could look so fancy lol!

Jill @ Women Who Do It All said...

I'm featuring this at womenwhodoitall.blogspot.com. They are beautiful!

Jill

Michelle said...

Beautiful!! I am visiting from Tatertots and Jello and I am a new follower!! Hope to see you around!
Have a great weekend!
Michelle
www.delicateconstruction.blogpspot.com

Roberta said...

This does look much easier with the molds. We also like making brownie covered oreos and you can simply sprinkle powerdered sugar on the tops for a fancy design. Found you via Tidy Mom's I'm Lovin' It friday ;) Have a wonderful week.
Fondly, Roberta
http://con-tain-it.typepad.com

Michelle Paige said...

Wow! You make these look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

TidyMom said...

These really look amazing!!

Thanks for linking up! I shared them on my wrap up post!! http://tidymom.net/2011/cookie-recipes/ Hope you're having a great weekend!

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Rene @ Family Friendly Reads said...

awesome! cant wait to try this out! thank you!

Ty and Whitty said...

These are gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing I am going to make them for the next baby shower I host. They are so pretty you could have them at a wedding. Seriously I am in love. I found you through under the table and dreaming and I also pinned this in my pinterest files. Thanks again. Come and visit me I love new friends
tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

Katie said...

Those look amazing!!!

Kelly said...

I love this and I would love it if you shared it on the Glitter link party this week! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/2011/05/running-with-glitter-9-link-party.html
xoxox
Kelly

Sunny said...

Thank you for sharing this! I have wondeed how that is done. I want to try it. It's a new interest for me. Have a great week! Sunny109

MomLaur83 said...

Do you think you could make these in advance and freeze them without ruining the look or taste?

Karen @ Goodbyecityhellosuburb said...

I am not a fan of oreos but I really want one of these! I'd love it if you share this @ Workshop Wednesday! It would make a great addition to the party!

Jenn Erickson said...

So beautifully done! I've done these free-form, but love the way that they come out in the mold the way you did!

Fancy Flours is one of my favorite cake/candy supply stores!

Have you ever tried cutting the transfer sheet in circles to fit directly in the mold cavities, and placing them cocoa design side up before pouring the chocolate? I do this when I make decorative square truffles and it's great because it cuts down on the extra step of having to make the topper.

Love your blog!
Jenn/Rook No. 17

Huggs and Kisses xo said...

These are fabulous!! I had to share them on my blog with props back to you. Thanks for sharing.

johanna xo
over @ Huggs and Kisses xo

http://huggsandkissesxo.blogspot.com/2011/05/cookies-are-for-any-occassion.html

Mama said...

I've highlighted this amazing tutorial on my little blog at http://wadelmat.blogspot.com/ Thanks for sharing!
Mari

Stephanie Lynn @Under the Table and Dreaming said...

Amanda - beautiful oreos - they are simply perfect and chic! Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase Party - I greatly appreciate it. I have featured this today. Enjoy the rest of your week ~ Stephanie Lynn
www.bystephanielynn.com

The Tootsie Wootsie said...

they came out very pretty and i love how simple it was yet looks like it took hours to make! i am so going to try this!

Joi Malkin said...

WOW these look so professional! I would love it if you could stop by Heck Fridays today(Thursday) and post it on our first link party!

http://www.heckfridays.blogspot.com

Hope to see you soon!!!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

OMG! Fabulous, to say the least! I love this gorgeous cookies, you're such a skillful and talented lady. Wonderful! and thank you for the great tutorial, my granddaughters are going to love this! Thanks for sharing.
Hugs
FABBY

Stacie said...

These are AWESOME!! Thanks so much for sharing! BTW...I featured them here:

http://thecreativecrate.blogspot.com/2011/05/chocolate-dipped-oreos-yum.html

Thanks again! :)

Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum said...

These turned out so beautifully! Thank you for sharing!

Lesley Litrento said...

I just highlighted this project on my blog post today with a back link to your post!!! If you want to see it highlighted, go to:
http://thehomelessfinch.blogspot.com/2011/05/what-ive-been-seeing-in-blog-land.html

Thanks, Lesley

AShu93 said...

These look terrific! I need to get the oreo mold with the flat top & try the transfer sheets. I've been wanting to do that for a while, but you make it look really easy.

Summer said...

I just love these cute oreos - I am your newest follower:) On my blog I highlighted these and linked to your blog - hope that is okay, if not please let me know. If you want to check, here is the link: http://ideacupboard.blogspot.com/2011/05/chocolate-covered-oreos.html

Sweet Peas and Bumblebees said...

Yummy!!!

I am your newest follower, and would love it if you would follow me back if you love our blog as well! :)

Stop by an add your latest & greatest to our What I Made Wednesday Linky Party...today is the last day!

Also, enter for a chance to win a homemade hair bow!!!

Alisa @ Sweet Peas and Bumblebees
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The Texas Peach said...

Stopping by from Tidy Mom. Those look so pretty! These would be great to put out at a party or wedding/baby shower. What a wonderful presentation they make!

Debbie Hewitt said...

LOVED this yummy tutorial! thanks for sharing! Now I wanna make some, lol
New follower too! Please feel free to stop by: Thrifty and Frugal by Debbie and Lavender Cove and on Twitter @thrftyandfrugal

Emily S said...

Wow these are SO PRETTY! I can hardly contain my excitement from this tutorial. Great job!

Emily
Deviantly Domesticated
http://stephaniehillberry.com

Angi [at] MakingMayhem said...

Gorgeous. We make chocolate covered cookies at Christmas, but they've never looked so pretty! Off to get the molds! TFS!

Nik said...

Love these! Can you just use regular chocolate chopped for the transfer sheets?

Jen @ My Own Road said...

These are awesome! You'll have to make some with the Triple Double Oreos when they come out!

Katie @ This Chick Cooks said...

Me again :) I wanted to invite you to share these cool oreos at These Chicks Cooked Recipe Spotlight. Have a blessed day :)
Katie

Stephanie Hillberry said...

First of all, I love oreos. Best. Cookie. Ever.

Second, I'm thinking of asking you to be my wife. (I think wives should be able to have other wives, and I mean this in a completely un-polygamist kind of way.)

Third, these would knock the socks off of my friends. Great tutorial!

Warmly,
Stephanie from Deviantly Domesticated

Chandeen @ Designed by Chance said...

Wow that is amazing. I have never heard of a chocolate covered Oreo mold. It would be really fun to make these.

Kelly said...

Wow! Those are beautiful and I can't imagine anyone eating them! It does look kinda easy so maybe even I could do that!

Alicia@Thrifty And Chic said...

These look delectable..bravo! This was a great tutorial! I featured you on my blog www.thriftyandchic.com.

~Alicia

Mindy said...

Wow, too stinkin' cute! Definitely going onto my "some day" to-do list! :o)

Kristy said...

This is dangerous material your sharing for chocolate addicts like me!

Jenette said...

Love love love this! I shared on my blog here:

http://vrveils.blogspot.com/2011/06/food-chocolate-covered-oreos.html

Chocolate Candy Mall said...

You've done such a beautiful job on these Oreo cookies that anyone would be impressed. I sure am! I hope you don't mind, but I used a couple of your lovely photos and linked to your blog from my site on this page about chocolate Oreo cookie molds. One of our visitors was having some trouble making her own cookies, so I thought you would be a perfect example. Do let me know if you mind. Love your blog!

SusieQTpies said...

LOVE THESE! I would love for you to stop by and link up these lil treats in my Oreo 100th Happy Birthday Party! http://cafescrapper-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com/2012/02/happy-100-birthday-oreo-cake-blog-link.html

Thank you! Yummy!

Susie

Marlis said...

You inspired me to make these for my daughters birthday party. I bought the transfter sheet at a local cake decorating supply store. They advised me to use a scrapbooking circle cutter to cut circles out of the transfer sheets and then place them in the bottom of the molds before you put the chocolate and oreos in. It worked perfectly and eliminated several steps!

Anonymous said...

Hello! How many transfer sheets did you use per mold sheet? I need to make 30 cookies. thanks!

Carla said...

These make great cookie pops. Forego the molds,open cookies by twisting apart, dip a small pop stick in melted chocolate and gently press stick in cream filling. After a minute, dip oreo in melted choco,tap off excess and carefully lay precut transfer sheet circle onto tacky oreo. Place pops in fridge for about 10 minutes then gently remove sheet circle. Hope someone can use this info-Works for me!

7a9621da-b1ea-11e1-bc68-000bcdcb471e said...

Cookies are beautiful!! Can you tell me the size cookie cutter you used?

Grace said...

Yum! I've also seen a site called The Secret Baker where you can get kits to make Chocolate Covered Oreos with all sorts of different designs! So cute!

Joe, Amber, Ken and Ellie said...

Do you know anything about storing these once you make them? Can they be staked, frozen etc.?

Thanks for the awesome tutorial!

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Quinn said...

Yummy! Where does one get chocolate transfer paper?

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Darlene Vite said...

Wow! They look incredible! Jo @ SmileMonsters

Precious handfootprints said...

Hi, I have the same molds, and ughhh sometimes I can't get the oreos out, they are totally stuck!! I do all the instructions, I even called spinNing leaf, help, why is this happening, I have wasted a lot ...