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Easy and Festive Christmas Oreos

These super simple Christmas Oreos are so easy to make! With some decorative icing and sprinkles you will make a fun festive treat that everyone will love!

Christmas Oreos Recipe

What do you do when you combine your favorite cookies with your favorite holiday? Christmas Magic that’s what! These treats are so cute and useful for parties or even movie night!

Christmas Oreos

Sometimes you don’t want to go through the trouble of baking cookies from scratch or even using cake mix to make treats. Maybe you want a quick snack that you can still decorate and still feels like a holiday treat.

Delight in the holiday season with our delightful Christmas Oreos recipe! These chocolate-dipped Oreos, adorned with festive sprinkles and green frosting, will undoubtedly be the star of your dessert table. The magic blend of Fudge Covered Oreos with a hint of green and star sprinkles turns these classic cookies into a perfect holiday treat.

Why This Recipe Works

The Fudge Covered Oreos serve as a rich base that’s enhanced by the melted chocolate and candy coating. The green frosting captures the Christmas colors and mood, making this a visually appealing and tasteful treat. Plus, who can resist those star sprinkles that sit atop like the top of the tree?


  • Can I use regular Oreos? Absolutely! While Fudge Covered Oreos offer a decadent treat, classic Oreos or even golden ones can be a good substitution.
  • What’s the best chocolate for dipping? A mix of milk chocolate and dark chocolate gives the best results. However, you can also use semi-sweet chocolate or white chocolate wafers based on preference.
  • Can I replace green frosting with something else? Green candy melts or melted white chocolate with a hint of green food color are perfect alternatives.

Christmas Oreos ingredients

Tips and Tricks

  1. Using a double boiler ensures the chocolate melts evenly. If using a microwave, melt in second intervals, stirring in between.
  2. Add a small amount of vegetable oil to your chocolate. It helps in giving a smoother dipping consistency.
  3. Tilt the bowl and use the edge of the bowl to remove excess chocolate from your dipped Oreo.
  4. Always lay your dipped Oreos on parchment or wax paper to prevent sticking.
  5. For easy christmas cookies, use a piping bag to drizzle extra chocolate or frosting designs onto your cookies.


  1. White Christmas Oreos: Use white candy melts or white chocolate chips for dipping. Add silver or white sprinkles for a snowy effect.
  2. Peanut Butter Delight: A hint of peanut butter in your melted chocolate gives a nutty twist.
  3. Christmas Oreo Ornaments: Add candy eyes and use sprinkles to create faces for a cute chocolate character.

Where to Serve

These Oreos are the perfect addition to holiday parties, cookie exchanges, or even as gifts! Place them on your dessert table, pack them in cute boxes for a Christmas gift, or introduce them in cookie swaps.

What to Serve With Christmas Oreos

Pair these tasty treats with classic holiday beverages like hot cocoa, eggnog, or even a glass of milk. They’re also a sweet companion to baked Christmas cookies or simple Christmas cookies.

How to Store Leftovers

Place your Christmas chocolate-covered Oreos in an airtight container. Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight. They stay fresh for up to a week!

Christmas Oreos

Common Problems and How to Avoid Them

  1. Oreos breaking while dipping: Ensure your cookies are at room temperature.
  2. Chocolate too thick: Melt with a bit of vegetable oil or use candy coating for a smoother consistency.
  3. Sprinkles not sticking: Add your sprinkles while the chocolate is still wet to ensure they adhere well.

Tips for Making This Recipe with Kids

  1. Let the kids decorate with festive sprinkles and christmas sugar decorations.
  2. Use safety precautions if letting kids melt the chocolate.
  3. Turn the creation of Christmas tree Oreos into a fun activity by letting them design the ‘top of the tree’.

Topping Options

  1. Festive Sprinkles: Adds color and crunch.
  2. Star Sprinkles: For the classic star on top of each dipped Oreo cookie.
  3. Melted White Chocolate: Drizzled for a snowy effect.
  4. Green Sprinkles: To give the essence of a Christmas tree.

Here’s to creating the best holiday oreos and making memories with family members! Don’t forget to bookmark this recipe card and share your favorite Christmas Oreo moments. 

What do you need to make Christmas Oreos?

Fudge Covered Oreos: (these are special ones, so they may not be available at the small stores)

Sprinkles: Round shaped preferred to make it look like ornaments on the cookies

Star Sprinkles: For the Christmas tree topper of course!

How To Make Christmas Oreos

Grab the kids for this one because this recipe/tutorial is really simple! Next time you go to the store make sure you pick up fudge covered oreos.

Christmas Oreos

The first thing you have to do is take the fudge covered oreo and draw a Christmas Tree using green frosting. This doesn’t have to be perfect and it’s a fun activity for kids of all ages! Similar to gingerbread men, holiday decorating is the best!

To make the appearance of ornaments, use round multi colored sprinkles.

Use a star to top it off and just like that you are done!

Enjoy spending time with your loved ones this holiday season and stay safe everyone!

What are some other fun Christmas Treats to make?

Easy and Festive Christmas Oreos
Yield: 12 cookies

Easy and Festive Christmas Oreos

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

These fun Christmas treats are great to make with kids! Started with and oreo and decorate an easy Christmas Tree on it!


  • Fudge Covered Oreos
  • Round Sprinkles
  • Star Sprinkles
  • Green Frosting


  1. Take a fudge covered Oreo & draw a Christmas Tree using the green frosting.
  2. Use the round sprinkles as ornaments.
  3. Place a star on the top of the tree as a topper.
  4. Serve & enjoy! 

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 28Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 11mgCarbohydrates 4gFiber 0gSugar 4gProtein 0g

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