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Baby Shower Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe

by Maria

I tried many Pinterest recipes to get these right. This method makes the CUTEST baby shower chocolate covered Oreos. It’s pretty simple to do, and yet this is only way I found that ticked all my boxes. Delicious, pretty and fool-proof.


Do I need to sell you on the fact that Chocolate Covered Oreos are impressive for any baby shower? They taste amazing with silky soft chocolate, and they can be adorned in blue and pink colors. I added tiny flowers to mine, however you can add other decorations or color the chocolate.


Baby Shower Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe

Baby Shower Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe


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I read somewhere that these were easy to make, as long as you found the right way of making them. I completely agree. The first 3 batches were not quite tasty enough or looked all kinds of wrong. This baby shower will be a bust if I bring broken, odd tasting treats. My friends expect more!

There are my 4th batch, and they only took a few minutes. The white chocolate for me was KEY!

Candy melts are much harder to work with (in my opinion). The candy hardens so fast, and there is an odd aftertaste.  The white chocolate stays creamy and hot longer. It also tastes fancy.

Let’s stop for a moment, and admire how PRETTY these are!

Baby Shower White Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe

You will want to use a mold, which you can get right away through Amazon. The molds are just a few dollars and ensure bakery quality finishes.


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White Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Recipe




Yield 6 Cookies

You will obsess over these chocolate covered Oreos, I promise you! They have the right amount of crunch inside with silky REAL chocolate outside. They are delicious, easy and beautiful styled to compliment any party.

Want a Mold? Here is the one I bought


  • Bag of White Chocolate Chips
  • 6 Oreo Cookies
  • Gel Food Coloring (optional)
  • Wiltons floral candies or other embellishments

Use a mold or not!


  1. Gather your tools. If you are using one, you will want the right size mold for chocolate coated Oreos. These will create a perfect, glossy finish.   Set out your small glass bowl for melting candy, a sauce pan, white chocolate chips, 6 Oreos, a spoon, two sandwich bags and scissors. You should have all these things handy. The whole recipe is done in 10 minutes. You will need to work fast.
  2. Boil in a sauce pan 1-2 inches of water.  Put a glass bowl on top, and place chips in the bowl. Slowly stir on Medium to melt. See the video!
  3. Stir with a spoon until melted. 
  4. Once melted, spoon half the mixture into a plastic sandwich bag. It will be super hot. Put your mold and cookies nearby. Clip the end of the bag 1/8 of an inch and press white chocolate into the mold tray. 
  5. Fill 3 molds about 3/4 of the way up the tray. Push an oreo into the tray until the chocolate surrounds the sides.  Go back and fill the exposed side of the cookies with chocolate.
  6. Lightly bang the tray on the counter to disperse the chocolate until the wafers are covered. 
  7. Chill for 10-20 minutes and pop out.
  8. If you want to adorn with a flower (like mine) dip the bottom into your warm chocolate and place on top of the cookie. Let cool.

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Laurie March 20, 2018 - 7:43 pm

These are very pretty! Thanks for all the tips!

Emily @DomesticDeadline.com March 21, 2018 - 9:36 am

Beautiful! I’m going to need to make these with gluten free oreos, what a great easy treat for a party. I have that little cake stand too!

Maria March 27, 2018 - 4:39 pm

What a FANTASTIC idea.

Kelley March 21, 2018 - 10:15 am

These turned out great, should be perfect for the shower.

Jenny March 21, 2018 - 1:09 pm

These look delicious and very pretty! I’m sure they will be a hit at the baby shower. I’m glad the 4th time was a charm and you didn’t give up. Pinning!

Deborah March 21, 2018 - 7:48 pm

Yum. Those turned out so pretty. Who would’ve thought something so simple as an oreo could be so pretty

Beverly March 21, 2018 - 8:10 pm

These are such lovely confections! The colors are perfect. The tip about using white chocolate instead of melts is a good one. I’ve pinned and plan on trying to make these.

Mother of 3 March 22, 2018 - 3:18 am

Those are so pretty! I have made chocolate covered Oreos using the candy melts and I totally agree that they leave an odd flavor behind. Pinned.

Julie March 22, 2018 - 10:31 am

Sooo pretty, I love white chocolate so these are right up my street! Thanks for testing different versions to make it easy for us.

Erlene March 24, 2018 - 4:50 pm

I agree with the having the right kind of candy melts. I bought candy melts from a bakery supply store and it tastes sooo much better than the ones you buy at the store. But now I’ll know if I can’t go to the bakery supply shop to just use white chocolate and color them as needed. Love how you used the mini flower on top for a delicate detail.

Maria March 27, 2018 - 4:39 pm

If you use regular chocolate then use gel coloring. Trust me you will love the taste! I also like how it stays hot longer.

Shirley March 25, 2018 - 6:05 am

They are too pretty to eat! Such simple idea with a huge impact. I love your pictures!

Debrashoppeno5 March 26, 2018 - 6:47 am

I am a chocoholic and love all kinds but these are almost too pretty to eat. No I would manage 🙂

Roseann Hampton March 26, 2018 - 6:15 pm

I don’t have any showers coming up but these would make great treats for Easter! Pinning!

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