Recipe by Kathy W.
"This is really more of a candy than a cookie, but it is always a hit on my cookie trays!!"
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1 (20 ounce) package
chocolate sandwich cookies with creme filling
2 (18.5 ounce) packages
You may be a little put off by the fact that this recipe has only two ingredients. DON'T BE. I've made this recipe about a hundred times and every time it is the hit of the party. It's addictive, and you can't mess it up! I so enjoy answering the question, "How did you make this?" because no one can ever believe how easy it is. Here are two tips: First, instead of white chocolate chips, I use two packages of vanilla candy coating. It's a little sweeter and has this pleasing melt-in-your-mouth quality. And second, after you crush the oreos, put them in a colander to sift off the powdery part of the cookie crumbs. The powder will darken the white chocolate and it won't be as pretty. I wish I could give this recipe 50 stars!
This is NOT a low carb recipe! I can have a thimble full of anything and have less than 10 carbs. Just because it is a miniscule portion doesn't mean that it is low carb. I wouldn't even give this one star for low carb, except there is not option for less.
I love Oreo bark, but it is so expensive at the gourmet candy store in our town, so I decided to try this recipe. Perfect! Exactly what they sell! I used Baker's white chocolate and broke the oreos into 4 pieces each. No discoloration either. I did notice that after three days, even in an airtight container, the consistency of the bark (the white chocolate) changed and didn't taste as good- I'm guessing that's the limit unless you freeze it for a later occasion.
I made several batches in the matter of a couple of days, this is a total 5 star recipe. My little neighbor kids called it "Cookies and Creme Candy" and all the kids just went to town. I mean to tell you when they all have their mouths full saying how good it is...and barely understanding them but showing thumbs up and hmm and awws and ohhhs.....it must be really really good. The last batch I did was with mini oreos and let me tell you this, if you don't want to make a huge batch that this recipe calls for...simple trick is 1 package of almond bark and 1 8oz package of Oreo Minis...and follow the recipe. Only note is, you don't have to break up the minis. They are already in bite size pieces. This is a fun recipe. Hands down.
This recipe is great! And so easy. I used the mint and creme oreos and sprinkled the top with red sugar while the mixture was still warm. It's perfect for the holidays (or any other time of year) and tastes fabulous!
This was a great recipe, very easy to make. I used the new Reynolds Release foil instead of wax paper and it worked great.
This was a good recipe, but I found it hard (impossible really) to cut up so I tried breaking it up but that was pretty tough too and I ended up with big chunks instead of smaller bite size pieces. Make sure to crush the cookie up small enough so you can spread the mixture about 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick. That should make it easier to break/cut up.
Delicious, and dead easy. You can make it while half asleep! (Speaking from experience here, given my Christmas cooking marathons.)
Don't crush up cookies too fine, though, or the overall colour will be a little weird.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oreo(TM) Cookie Bark
Serving Size: 1/50 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 50
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 23
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