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How To Make Easy Chocolate Covered Oreos

How To Make Easy Chocolate Covered Oreos

How to easily make chocolate covered Oreos using our silicone mold for sandwich cookies! You can't go wrong with chocolate and Oreos - these are guaranteed to be a hit at any event. 

This chocolate covered treats are easy to make in our silicone mold and the options for customizing and decorating are endless. They can be decorated with stencils, drizzled with colored candy melts, dusted with glitter and so much more. 

Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe Basics Video


  • Candy Melts or Melting Chocolate, amount needed will vary depending on how many oreo cookies you're making. We used about 1/3 of a cup of solid candy melts per cavity in our mold (2 cups total for 6 cookies.)
  • Sandwich Cookies (Oreo's) - This tutorial uses regular oreo cookies, but this mold will work with double stuf cookies as well. 


How to make chocolate covered oreos in a silicone mold: 

  1. Melt candy melts or melting chocolate according to the instructions on package.
  2. Pour the melted candy melts into the cavity in the silicone mold, filling halfway.
  3. Place an Oreo cookie in the center of the cavity, and fill in remaining space with more candy melt.
  4. Tap the mold gently on the counter to bring any air bubbles to the surface, and use a scribe or toothpick to pop them.
  5. Chill for 10 minutes in the fridge or until the melts are hardened completely.
  6. Pop them out by pushing up on the bottom of the silicone mold and decorate however you'd like. 

 For decorating:

Can I airbrush on chocolate covered oreos with my airbrush colors? 

No, we don't recommend using your airbrush machine or airbrush colors on candy melts. Because the airbrush colors are water based, they won't adhere properly to the surface and it would be likely to smudge.  

How far in advance can I make chocolate covered oreos?

This is a great recipe to make ahead of time - chocolate covered oreos will be good in the fridge for about 2 weeks when stored in an airtight container. 

How can I use edible paint on my chocolate covered oreos? 

Not all edible paints will work on pure chocolate, unless you're using modeling chocolate or "chocolate candy melts" (which have a much higher sugar/oil content that pure chocolate). If you wish to paint on chocolate, we recommend Luster Dust. See the video in the product listing here for how to "paint" on chocolate.

Previous article Live tutorial replay! All about layering and using multi piece stencils.

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