Pirate Oreos. A super simple recipe to decorate a favorite cookie in a fun Pirate theme.
If you popped by yesterday you probably saw the recipe for Pirate Rice Krispies Treats that I shared. Today I have another pirate themed recipe to share. This one included one of my favorite cookies – Oreos. Chocolate covered Oreos can be really simple to make. This recipe includes instructions for making them with two pots. You could also make them using a microwave oven, which is actually the method that I usually use because let’s face it, I want my Oreos ready faster. No matter how you melt the chocolate for the Oreos, it’s super simple to decorate them in a Pirate theme. Here’s instructions on how to make them.
Makes 24 Oreos
- wax paper
- cookie sheet
- two small pots
- 1 piping bag with the number 2 tips
Nordicware Natural Aluminum Baker’s Half Sheet (2 Pack)Reynolds Wrap Cut-Rite Wax Paper – 75 sq ft – 2 pkFarberware 1-Qt Classic Stainless Covered SaucepanWilton Disposable 16-Inch Decorating Bags, 12 PackWilton Master Decorating Tip Set, 55-Piece 2104-0240Wilton Icing Bag Ties, package of 12
- 1 package of double stuffed Oreos
- 1 bag of chocolate melting wafers
- 1 bag of white chocolate melts
Fill 1/4 of one of the pots with water and place on medium heat.
Place the second pot on top of the first for a few minutes to get hot.
Add the bag of chocolate melts to the top pot.
Once the chocolate is melted and smooth, dip the Oreo in the chocolate until it’s fully coated.
Use a fork to pick up the Oreo from the bottom, then lightly tap it on the edge of the pot so any extra chocolate can fall off.
Place the chocolate covered Oreos onto a waxed lined cookie sheet.
Place the tray into the fridge for 10 minutes to harden.
Clean out the top pot so that you can use it again for the white chocolate melts.
Once the white chocolate has melted, add it into the piping bag.
Wrap a paper towel around the bag so that you don’t burn your hand.
Pipe the skull and crossbones onto the top of the chocolate covered Oreos.
Let the Oreos sit for 30-60 minutes in order for them to harden completely.
Serve and enjoy!