Oreo Cookie Bark

Oreo Cookie Bark

Oreo Cookie Bark is a simple, no bake treat that takes your love for Oreo cookies to the next level! Two cream layers of dark chocolate, loaded with crushed cookies, filled with creamy, homemade Oreo filling!

*This recipe was originally posted in January, 2013. 

When I first posted this recipe back in January, 2013 (omg how is that 5 years ago?!) I knew it would be a hit. I hadn’t ever seen anything like this before, and of course, any chance I have to make homemade Oreo filling I am all in.

I mean, I am 100% a filling girl…is there even a point to eating a non-Double Stuf Oreo? I mean, unless you’re on a diet or something? I did create a whole recipe for Cookie Filling Dip…it’s really the best way to portion control your filling to cookie ratio.

Anyhow, this is really a next level Oreo treat. You have chocolate, Oreo cookies, AND a heavy-handed helping of cream filling. Plus, you don’t have to turn on your oven, and I actually keep mine in the freezer during the warm months for a sweet treat when I’m in the mood. Which, lets be real, is pretty much always.

Oreo Cookie Bark

I am all about bark.  It’s like a lazy person’s candy.  No molds necessary.

Start by chopping up some nice dark chocolate. I say “nice” because the better quality chocolate you use, the better this will be. PhotobucketThen grab some Oreos. This will be one of the only times I say to use diet Oreos. You don’t need the extra filling in the crushed bits, because you’re going to take care of the filling situation on your own…PhotobucketAnd chop them up very finely. You can use a food processor, a blender, or a knife and a cutting board, just make sure there aren’t large pieces.

Melt half the chocolate and stir in your crumbs.
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Spread that on a lined baking sheet and place it in the freezer to set up.
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While the chocolate is chilling, make the filling.

Oreo should really package their filling and sell it on its own…I mean…

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When your chocolate is set, spread the filling on top…

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All the way to the edges, and chill this while you prepare the remaining chocolate and cookies.
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Now repeat the process again. Melt the remaining chocolate and crush up seven more Oreo cookies. Spread this on top of the filling…PhotobucketSeriously.
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Let that whole situation set up (I do place it in the freezer to speed up the process) and then cut it into pieces…

It might break up a bit, but that’s fine…it’s a messy, delicious excuse for dessert.
Oreo Cookie Bark

You can make this as thin or thick as you prefer, just don’t spread the chocolate too thin, as it won’t hold together very well.

Enjoy!

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Oreo Cookie Bark

  • Author: Cookies & Cups
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 30 pieces 1x
  • Category: Candy
  • Method: Stovetop/Stand Mixer
  • Cuisine: Dessert

Description:

Oreo Cookie Bark is a simple, no bake treat that takes your love for Oreo cookies to the next level! Two cream layers of dark chocolate, loaded with crushed cookies, filled with creamy, homemade Oreo filling!


Ingredients:

  • 16 ounces good quality dark or semi-sweet chocolate
  • 14 Oreo Cookies
  • 1/2 cup vegetable shortening
  • 1/2 cup butter, room temperature
  • 3 cups powdered sugar

Instructions:

  1. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. Finely crush or chop the Oreo cookies, divide in half and set aside.
  3. Chop the chocolate and divide in half. Place half the chocolate in a medium, heat safe bowl. Bring an inch of water in a medium pot to a simmer. Place the bowl on top of the simmering pot (making sure the bowl doesn’t touch the water) and melt the chocolate, stirring frequently. Alternately, you can melt the chocolate in the microwave in 30- second increments, stirring in between each until melted and smooth.
  4. When chocolate is melted stir in half of the crushed Oreos. Spread the mixture evenly in a thin layer on your prepared pan.
  5. Place in freezer to set, 10-15 minutes.
  6. In the bowl of your stand mixer, fitted with the paddle attachment, mix together the butter and shortening until smooth, 1-2 minutes. Turn the mixer to low and slowly add in the powdered sugar. Turn the mixer up to medium-high speed and mix for 1 more minute, scraping the sides of the bowl as necessary. Set aside.
  7. Remove chocolate from freezer and spread the filling on top of the chocolate using an off-set spatula. Place back in freezer for another 15 minutes.
  8. Melt the remaining chocolate and stir in the remaining Oreo cookies using the same method as before. Spread this evenly on top of the chilling filling layer. Place back in the freezer for another 10-15 minutes until top layer of chocolate is set.
  9. Keep frozen or refrigerate until ready to serve.
  10. Cut into pieces.

Notes:

Cut when chilled.
Store in refrigerator for up to 5 days

Keywords:: holiday bark recipe, oreo dessert recipe

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  1. stacy

    I absolutely LOVE your blog and your recipes, but my advice would be to make your full posts show up in Google reader. Most of us subscribe to so many blogs, that we just don’t have time to click on everything! Sadly, I often end up unsubscribing when someone changes their blog to where the full feed is not available.

  2. Kasey

    I love reading your posts almost as much as I love what you fix so you won’t be losing me! These look absolutely delish. Oreos are a big love of mine and I am one of the crazies that just started dieting (again) so I’m going to have to wait a wee bit to make these. Can’t wait to try them though!

  3. It makes me sad when people diet and don’t think they can have dessert. Even if it is a very indulgent recipe, there are usually ways to lighten it up. And I could never unsubscribe dessert from my blog-reading diet. Absurd!

    Here’s the thing, I give it two weeks tops. They’ll be back in hordes. Especially when they need a knockout recipe like Oreo bark to impress guests or take to a potluck.

    xo

  4. Melissa

    I have no idea why they would leave you! They’re insane in the membrane! They’ll be back…and maybe we won’t let them in the cool club then.

  5. Caley

    Um…how the heck does getting emails from a hilarious, delicious baking blog make a person gain weight? Anyway, this looks great. I love reading your posts! I don’t know how widespread it is, but sometimes the Coldstone in my town has Oreo-filling-flavored ice cream. I think you’ve said you aren’t crazy about ice cream, but I thought I’d mention the flavor. 🙂

  6. Marcia

    I’m trying to eat healthier and exercise like I was before the holidays. That doesn’t mean that I can’t still read your blog and save the recipes for when I want to eat treats. Your recipes are my favorites to try! They’ll be back!

  7. I still love you! You can come over and smother me with sweets if you like!!!!! Poo on those unsubscribers, they will never know what they are missing. Unless they resubscribe and look at your archives. Which they will because you are so awesome I’m sure they can’t stay away for very long!!!!

  8. Mary Lynn

    I will never leave you….. My family would disown me…Your desserts are amazing!!! Love desserts that are quick and easy… I am not a fan of oreo cookies. I know, what is wrong with me? This looks so yummy, that I will stop on the way home and pick up a bag. Thanks for the extra five pounds I gained over the holiday……It was well worth every pound……

  9. I have been saying they should sell filling for years now. I mean, really. It’s a totally untapped market. WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM OREO?

    Also, please put this in my face now.

  10. Unsubscribers?? Are people confused and think that now it’s 2013, things have gotten so futurey that we gain weight from looking at pictures online?

    Well.

    Trust me when I say that I’m a firm believer in dessert. Always dessert.

    1. shelly

      Oh, I just meant that I post 3 times a week.. you should be getting them all in your reader. I think the unsubscription notifications come from email subscribers. So sad 🙁

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Shelly Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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