This Oreo Bark is made with only two ingredients which makes it the perfect quick and easy no bake candy recipe for the holidays!
I'm such a sucker for bark recipes. They are so easy to make and people go crazy for them. This simple recipe uses 2 ingredients and takes just a few minutes to whip up.
I previously shared this Oreo Bark on Food Fanatic. I used to be one of their contributors. My speciality was chocolate recipes. Which makes perfect sense considering how much of it I eat!
During the holiday season, I make copious amounts of bark for my family and friends. I love how simple it is to make yet it tastes so amazing.
My Dad was a HUGE Laura Secord fanatic. He would absolutely flip his lid for almond bark from Laura Second. Since he was hard to shop for I bought him bark every single year.
Honestly, I highly suggest double-batching this one. People go crazy for these easy treats!
What is Oreo Bark:
- Oreo bark is an easy to make chocolate bark recipe that uses only 2 ingredients. It's typically made with either white almond bark, white chocolate, or white candy melts and Oreo cookies.
- This simple candy recipe is perfect for any occasion but is quite popular during the Christmas season as it can be added to cookie platters easily.
- Almond Bark, White Chocolate Chips, or White Melting Wafers. Any of these will work but my preference is white almond bark.
- Oreo Cookies
How to Make Oreo Bark:
- First, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Then, melt the chopped white chocolate. This can be done in the microwave by using 30-second increments, or a double boiler over low heat. If you don't have a double boiler you can use a saucepan of water with heat proof bowl over top of it.
- Next, pour mixture on the pan and layer melted chocolate and broken Oreos.
- Sprinkle some crushed Oreos over top.
- Then, place the pan in the fridge.
- Next, chop with a knife or snap by hand.
- Lastly, store until needed.
How to Store Oreo Bark
- Place pieces in an airtight container.
- Store container in a cool, dry place for up to a week or in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. You can also store it in the freezer for about 4 weeks.
Variations for Oreo Bark
- Flavoured Oreos would work wonderfully in this recipe.
- Different kinds of cookies would be amazing in this recipe.
- Another option is to top the bark with peppermint for the holidays.
- Add m&m candies!
More Great Bark Recipes:
- Chocolate Peppermint Bark
- Pretzel Bark with Peppermint
- Chocolate and Peanut Butter Bark
- Marble Pistachio Bark
- Marble Bark with Pistachios and Fleur de Sel
- Chocolate Bark with Coconut Chips, Pistachios and Coffee
- Peanut Butter and Chocolate Bark with Reese's Pieces
- Turtle Bark
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- 24 oz white chocolate almond bark chopped
- 20 Oreo cookies chopped into pieces
- First of all, line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Set that aside.
- Next, place the chopped white chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Then, place the bowl in the microwave and cook for about 1 minute. Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir, then place back in the microwave for another 1 to 2 minutes. Be sure to check the chocolate EVERY 15 seconds or so. The chocolate is done when it's smooth and easy to stir.
- Once the chocolate is melted you can pour about ⅓ of the white chocolate on the cookie sheet. Then, smooth it out. Next, toss the chopped Oreo cookies over top.
- Next, pour the rest of the white chocolate over top of the broken cookie layer. Smooth out the chocolate as much as possible with a spoon.
- Then, toss some crushed Oreos over top of the bark, if desired.
- Next, place the pan of bark in the fridge for about 30 minutes or so.
- You can chop it with a knife or snap the pieces by hand.
- Store until needed. Or eat it all right away, no judgment here.
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Mother of 3
This looks so good! We tr to make a different type of bark each Christmas. One year we made white chocolate bark with holiday m&m's, holiday Oreo's, and pretzel pieces. This seems like a much simpler version. Pinned.
Paula - bell'alimento
I needed one more holiday baking treat this week and I think I've found it ! All the heart eyes.
Kimberly @ The Daring Gourmet
Oh my goodness, I absolutely LOVE the sound of this, it looks insanely good!
SO easy! And I can't think of anyone who wouldn't love this!!!
Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes
Surprisingly Sugar is still sounding great to me! Lol love this!
I love this idea so much, I posted a link to it on my own blog as a must try! Thanks for sharing this!
Thanks so much Samantha. I appreciate that.
Looks amazing and delicious! Can't wait to make it. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Ronald. Hope you love it.
Lawrence A. Ross
Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.
My kids loved it!
I'm so happy to hear that.
All the kids loved this bark.
That's awesome. Thanks.
My kids LOVED this bark! I only wish I doubled the recipe! Thanks so much.
I'm so happy you liked it! It's one of my personal faves!
This stuff is so good and it just doesn't get any easier than 2 ingredients! Fabulous!!!
Right? It's so freaking easy. Thanks so much!
My bark turned out so good. I honestly can't believe how easy this was.
Thanks Cathy. I'm a sucker for easy recipes.
this is a really amazing and delicious recipe for oreo bark.