Easter chocolate covered Oreos are the perfect treat to add some festive fun to your Easter celebration. These delicious delights are a creative twist on the classic Oreo cookie, with a creamy center coated in colorful chocolate and decorated with pastel-colored sprinkles, making them an Easter delight for both kids and adults. Make your Easter celebration even more special with these mouth-watering treats!
These Easter Oreos are so pretty with their spring pastel colors. A great project to make with the kids, especially with the fun sprinkles to use!
Once you've made these delicious Oreo treats, you will want to make them for every holiday and change up the bark color and festive sprinkles.
Why you'll love this recipe
- these Oreo sandwich cookies are so much fun to make! They taste delicious with a cup of coffee or glass of milk.
- great addition to Easter baskets or wrap them up in a gift box.
- This is one of those easy recipes that you can easily make in an afternoon.
Ingredient & Substitutions
- White bark - you can also subsitute the almond bark with good quality white chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, candy melts or Easter chocolate.
- Blue,green, pink, yellow and purpole food coloring gel
- Spring sprinkles - you can find great deals on these at craft stores!
Supplies need to make this recipe
- Cake pop sticks- any store that sells cake-making supplies or craft stores should have these.
- Cookie sheet
- Microwave safe bowls
- Parchment paper
How to make Easter chocolate dipped Oreos
You can find a full printable recipe card at the bottom of this page. I've included some visual aids to help you along the way!
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
In a small microwave safe bowl, melt chocolate bar in 30-second intervals, stirring often until melted.
Put a small amount of melted chocolate at the end of each cake pop stick and push them into the cream filling of each Oreo. Allow to harden.
Now you're ready to dip them into the chocolate! You will dip each color, one at a time. This makes is much simpler (especially with kids!) and the melted chocolate will not set up if you work on them individually.
Melt an additional 4 ounce of bark, the same way you did the first time. Stir in a small amount of blue food coloring to create a pastel blue. The amount that you use will vary, depending on the type of food coloring you use.
It is difficult to say the exact amounts, but a little will go a long way and you can always add more color but you cannot take it away.
Dip 6 Oreos into the blue completely covering them. Place the dipped Oreo onto the parchment-lined baking sheet and add sprinkles.
Continue this with the green, pink, yellow and purple.
Chill for 20 minutes or until bark is hardened.
Store these chocolate covered Oreos in an air tight container or bag at room temperature. They should last for up to a week.
To freeze, place in an air-tight container. Use parchment paper to layer between the rows, if you have more than one. They will freeze well in a freezer-safe container for 2-3 months. Thaw before serving.Print