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Chocolate Cookie Bark Recipe

Chocolate Cookie Bark

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"All you need is chocolate, OREO Cookies and peanut butter to create the perfect sweet gift for sharing! Using your microwave in only a few simple steps, you'll have delicious marbled cookie bark in minutes."

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Original recipe makes 14 servings Change Servings

    1 hr 20 mins


  1. Place semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate in separate medium microwaveable bowls. Microwave until completely melted, following directions on package. Add peanut butter to white chocolate; stir until well blended. Crumble half the cookies over chocolate in each bowl; mix well.
  2. Drop spoonfuls of the chocolate mixtures onto wax paper-covered baking sheet, alternating the colors of the chocolates. Cut through chocolate mixtures several times with knife for marble effect.
  3. Refrigerate at least 1 hour or until firm. Break into 14 pieces. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.
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  • Looking for a sweet treat to serve at a party or give as a gift? Try this Chocolate Cookie Bark that makes 14 servings so it's perfect for party fare or to give as a gift.
  • Cranberry-Kissed Chocolate Cookie Bark
  • Omit peanut butter. Prepare chocolate mixtures and marbleize as directed. Immediately sprinkle evenly with 1/4 cup dried cranberries. Refrigerate at least 1 hour, then break into pieces as directed.

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Dec 18, 2007

Made this for an office party and it was a HIT! I made the first batch exactly as the recipe says. I decided I needed to make more, but was out of Baker's chocolates so I opted to use Almond Bark (alternate brand of melting chocolate). I think it turned out ten times better because it was more like bark and not so much like a candy bar. Still used 6 vanilla:8 chocolate squares AND I put the peanut butter in with the chocolate so the white still looked white.

Dec 05, 2007

This recipe is really easy and well liked (even by those "I don't like white chocolate" people). I leave out the peanutbutter and use Trader Joe's peppermint Joe Joe's (their version of Oreos) for a minty flavor that's really great at holiday parties.


12 Ratings

Dec 17, 2007

Very easy recipe to follow. I think that next time I will try it with the peppermint cookies or add some peppemint extract to the chocolates. I did leave out the peanut butter in this batch because I'm not sure everyone would like it. I'm planning to bring it to work so my co-workers can enjoy some homemade treats for the holidays.

Dec 14, 2007

Good recipie for those in a hurry and need a gourmet snack dessert- I like the idea that one user posted of using a mint oreo- definately would add some zing to this. One caution when making these- make absolutely certain you use a microwave safe bowl- mine said "microwave warming only" and it resulted in an exploding bowl. The chocolate gets way too hot in there. Next time, I'll stove melt it.

Feb 16, 2010

Rich great taste! Would probably double the recipe as I didn't seem to get it very thin, but easy to make.

Dec 16, 2009

This was excellent. I loved the added PB and next time might use PB oreos with it. I also might try it with mint extract, tint it a little green and add mint oreos. Great!

Dec 17, 2007

We switched the semi-sweet chocolate for the unsweetened chocolate on accident. But, it turned out to be really good.

Mar 01, 2011

I make candy and take to my doctor's office for the holidays and his nurse always asks if I brought this candy. It is great and so easy to make. I do not measure the peanut butter, you can tell (after you have made it a couple times) by the color of the white chocolate if you have enough.


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