Thursday, January 12, 2012

Oreo Cookie Bark

Oreo Cookie Bark 3

A few years ago I made this addictive snack for Christmas, never dreaming how utterly amazing it is.  My guys are not into chocolate bar, and yet as I sat the pan to cool on top of the deep freeze in the garage, they couldn't help but break off bits as they walked by.  One evening, I found my husband, lips covered in chocolate.

Yes. He'd been into the Oreo bark.  It's addictive and downright scrumptious.  Also really easy, as there's only 3 ingredients and you can easily get the kids to help you.  Break up bits and divide into bags, then give to friends and family for Valentine's Day or Easter.

Adapted from Kraft Canada

15 Oreo cookies, cut into quarters
12 oz semi sweet chocolate
6 oz white chocolate

Melt the semi sweet chocolate in a microwave or on low heat in a saucepan. Remove from heat. Add the Oreo cookies and stir very gently. Turn out onto a foil lined cookie sheet and spread out with a knife-try to spread out the cookies so they aren't in a clump but instead a single layer. Make sure to keep it thin so it's easy to break when cooled.

Melt the white chocolate and drizzle on top, filling in the thin spots.

Allow to cool and harden.

Try not to eat the entire pan.

Variation.....broken pieces of candy cane would be delectable in this, or you could add Easter colored M&Ms, or for Valentine's day even some cinnamon hearts.
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