Here is a fun treat to serve on Independence Day, these red white and blue July 4th chocolate covered oreos are super fun and tasty!
What are some popular July 4th treats?
Some popular July 4th treats include patriotic themed desserts like red white and blueberry pie, or star spangled cupcakes. Other popular snacks include BBQ favorites like hamburgers, hot dogs, and potato salad. And of course, no Fourth of July celebration would be complete without some amazing fireworks!
What are the different ways you can customize oreos?
There are so many different ways that you can customize oreos! For this patriotic themed treat, you can dip the cookies in red, white, and blue candy melts.
Then, you can decorate them with edible stars, stripes, and other fun Fourth of July decorations. You can also get creative with the flavor of the oreos themselves by using different flavored creams, like vanilla or strawberry.
How long will these chocolate covered oreos last?
These chocolate covered oreos will last for up to two weeks if stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.
What other fun sweet treats can I make for July 4th?
Where can I serve these fun patriotic chocolate covered oreos?
These chocolate covered oreos would be perfect for a July 4th celebration! They would also be great for a patriotic themed party or event. You could even put them in goodie bags as party favors!
What ingredients do you need for these chocolate covered oreos?
White Candy Coating or Almond Bark
Vegetable Oil or melted coconut oil
Blue & Red Candy melts
Can I use this method for other holidays?
This method would also work great for other holidays like Memorial Day or Veterans Day! You could use red, white, and blue candy melts and decorate the cookies with patriotic themed decorations.
These fun chocolate covered oreos are decorated in red white and blue perfect for any July 4th celebration!
- White Candy Coating or Almond Bark
- Vegetable Oil or melted coconut oil
- Blue & Red Candy melts
- Add candy wafers or almond bark to a glass measuring cup.
- Microwave for 60 seconds.
- Using a spoon, poke at the chocolate to see if it has started to melt at all, if not its okay.
- Microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring after each time.
- This should take 3-5 times. Be careful not to overheat it, it will burn.
- Once you can stir the chocolate you will probably need to add a little bit of coconut oil.
- Once your chocolate is fluid (runs smoothly off the spoon) you are ready.
- Fill the cavity of the mold 2/3 way full. Press the Oreos into the chocolate. Add a little more melted chocolate if it isn’t covered.
- Place in the freezer for 10 min.
- Pop the Oreos out once the chocolate has set. Melt the red and blue candy melts in their respective bags. Cut a small tip off the bottom and create designs on the top of the oreos and add sprinkles immediately.
Using almond bark, vanilla candy coating or melting wafers will yield a shiner presentation than just using white chocolate chips. Almond bark is not made from almonds. Depending on where you are in the world the vanilla candy coating is called different things.
While you can melt the candy coating in a microwavable bowl, melting it in a glass measuring cup will hold the heat and consistency longer.
If your coating doesn’t flow off your spoon, add ½ tsp of vegetable oil or melted coconut oil to thin it out until it flows off the spoon.
Amount Per Serving Calories 240Total Fat 15gSaturated Fat 9gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 5gCholesterol 8mgSodium 46mgCarbohydrates 25gFiber 0gSugar 24gProtein 2g
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