Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...A creamy fudge layer that sits on top of a crunchy Oreo crust, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreos and white chocolate!

These Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars are perfect for any chocolate lover!

Today saying no to chocolate is not an option. Just like doing my laundry is not an option. Just like making my bed and unloading the dishwasher is not an option…

Ok, that’s a lie. Making my bed is always an option. I just can’t let it sit there unmade. Actually getting into crumply sheets is NOT an option for me. Ever.

But back to chocolate. Today chocolate is the only option. I mean, after making my bed.

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These bars are an old recipe of mine that I’ve given an updated look. 2011 Shelly didn’t know as much about taking pictures as 2015 Shelly, so we’re dusting these babies off and giving them some better lighting.

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...A creamy fudge layer that sits on top of a crunchy Oreo crust, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreos and white chocolate!

What you have here is a thick, crunchy Oreo crust with a rich and creamy fudge filling, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreo pieces and a white chocolate drizzle. Do I have you attention yet?

And beyond rich and delicious, these are really easy to throw together.

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...

Make a simple Oreo crust and press it firmly into a foil lined 9×13 pan.

Next melt some milk chocolate chips and semi-sweet chips with a can of sweetened condensed milk. Oh yes I did…

Pour that all on top of the crust…

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...

Chop up some more Oreos…

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...

And press them, along with some mini chips into the fudge layer…

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...A creamy fudge layer that sits on top of a crunchy Oreo crust, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreos and white chocolate!

Bake that whole situation up and then drizzle the whole deal with white chocolate. Holy yes!

Pop it in the fridge to set up and then when you’re ready, remove the whole thing from the pan, peel back the foil and bask in its glory.

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...A creamy fudge layer that sits on top of a crunchy Oreo crust, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreos and white chocolate!

And of course slice it up and double fist it.

Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars...A creamy fudge layer that sits on top of a crunchy Oreo crust, topped with chocolate chips, MORE Oreos and white chocolate!

Making these bars was definitely the right option!

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Triple Chocolate Oreo Bars

  • Author: Cookies & Cups

Ingredients

  • 1 (16.6 oz) pkg of Oreo cookies
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips, melted

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 325Β°
  2. Line a 9 x 13 pan with foil (shiny side down) and spray with non-stick spray.
  3. Set aside 8 Oreo cookies.
  4. Crush the remaining Oreos with either your food processor or in a ziplock bag with a rolling pin or food processor.
  5. When the Oreos are crushed transfer them into a medium bowl and add you salt and melted butter, stirring to combine.
  6. Press your Oreo mixture into your prepared pan.
  7. Chop your remaining 8 Oreos into coarse pieces and set aside.
  8. In a double boiler (a bowl fitted over a pan of boiling water) add your sweetened condensed milk, the semi-sweet chips, the milk chips and the vanilla. Stir until all melty.
  9. (OR you could do this in the microwave, stirring every 30 seconds until melted)
  10. Remove from heat
  11. Pour your melted chocolate mixture over the Oreo crust and sprinkle the mini chocolate chips and the Oreo cookies chunks over the top of the filling.
  12. Press down gently into the chocolate topping.
  13. Bake for 20-22 minutes in preheated oven.
  14. Cool pan on a wire rack for approx 1 hour.
  15. Melt the white chocolate chips.
  16. Drizzle the white chocolate over the top of the bars.
  17. Chill in refrigerator until completely cooled, an hour or two.
  18. Make sure they are completely cooled, otherwise they are a bit mushy…still delicious, but hard to cut.
  19. When ready to serve, using the foil remove from the pan and cut into squares.

79 Responses

  1. Lilianna Grace

    I love the way you did your photo tutorial! It's so cute. These look easy enough to make and eat, but I little harder probably to shred from my thighs! They look dynamite, definately a chocolate lovers paradise. πŸ™‚

  2. Erin

    Holy crud! That is just heavenly. Pure and simple…. HEAVEN!!! I wish I had some of these right now! And Charlie Sheen? What a train wreck. But it is totally entertaining to watch =o)

  3. Mary

    These are really incredible. I don't often comment but these are a perfect example of why I visit you blog. I really like the food and recipes you share with your readers. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  4. lilaloa

    OH. MY. GOODNESS. Its like fudge and brownies mixed together. And it needs to be eaten RIGHT NOW. Ooh, I know — I'll skip running today to make these. And then I'll feel guilty about not running instead of feeling guilty about eating these. Perfect plan!

  5. Taylor

    I am definitely being a winner today and getting my fair share of chocolate πŸ™‚ I only wish it was with these bars….omGOSH they look so good!!

  6. Meghan

    I dont think I have ever seen something that looks this mouthwatering in a very long time! I am going to make these tomorrow!!

  7. Cakes by R.C.

    Hello, IÒ€ℒm your newest follower. I hope you will follow me too πŸ™‚ I look forward to seeing all your new creations πŸ™‚

  8. Sue

    Oh my gosh, Shelly! Every time you post, I know it's going to be something phenomenal, and I'm always right! Such a cute font in the tutorial.

  9. Roger and Bonnie

    these look…. in the words of wisdom from charlie sheen…..

    "totally frickin' bithin!"

    hehe. will try…. delicious!!!

    bonnie

  10. grace

    poor carlos estevez. he's a mess. these bars, however, are anything but messed up–they're amazing! well done. πŸ™‚

  11. Baking and Mistaking

    Hi – I just found your blog and I love you! I know most people who say this then try to sell you cheap prescription drugs or a timeshare, but that's really all I have to say now.
    Please don't block me πŸ™‚

  12. Monet

    This is what I need to see! A little indulgence after a long week. I just adore Oreo's and I know I would be loving these bars! Thank you for sharing your creativity with me! I hope you have a blessed Sunday

  13. Cupcake Crazy Gem

    I want to run out and buy the stuff to make these right now! they look amaaaazing! I love how I love the look of every single thing you post on your blog…I can't say that about many baking blogs I follow but we're defo on the same page with our most liked things!!!

  14. Ginkgo kewl

    aaahhh~ it's look yummy… it is simple to make it too.. thank you for sharing this. i'm looking for this kind of dessert for my school's gathering. I should bring this to the event..hihihihi~~ I must try this.. Thank you~~ (^__^)

  15. Cassie

    These look really, really good! Just wanted to let you know that I found your blog about a week ago..And it took me the whole week, but I have read the entire thing!! Great blog with yummy looking recipes!

  16. Dianne

    Remember me, Dianne @law…..? All I can say is thanks you, thank you, thank you. No oven in my house for about 2 weeks now due to an upstair flood but once it gets fixed these will be the first thing I bake. Many thanks again.

  17. Melissa :)

    I couldn't stop thinking about these and my fiancé and I made them yesterday. Now I cannot stop eating these!! Perfect mix of creamy and crunchy and chocolate:) I think the gooey middle is my favorite part.

  18. SweetFox

    These look so yummy! My son loves Oreo Desserts and I am always looking for new ones. I am definately going to have to surprise him with this!

  19. Kim @ Cheap Chic Home

    I thought we'd be able to eat the reserved Oreos while waiting for the crust to bake or something, but your idea is good, too :).

  20. Rach

    THANK YOU! I am currently 7 months pregnant and have been putting of my cravings for something really worth it. I found it!!!! A million thanks and I am sure the baby thanks you too. πŸ™‚

  21. Sam

    These look amazing! I want to make a batch for my brother’s birthday — he loves Oreos.

    Question: Is it totally necessary to bake these after you put the chocolate mixture over the crushed cookies? What does that do? Usually when I make a sweetened condensed milk/chocolate mixture I just let it cool.

    1. shelly

      The baking makes the crust hold together…I imagine if you were to bake the crust first and then do the topping it might work, but I haven’t ever tried it that way…sorry ;(

      1. Sam

        Got it, I’ll bake them then. Thanks so much for the answer!
        I’m new to your site and have seriously spent at least two hours on it today… Addicting!

  22. MJH

    Tastes like the chocolate crunch layer in a DQ cake. I used 1 cup of the mini chocolate chips for the top rather than just the half cup. Seemed sparse with just half cup. Parchment paper worked better than foil for lining the pan. Refrigerating overnight made it easier to cut the bars.

  23. Sarah

    This may be a silly question, but do you need to refrigerate the leftovers or can they just be kept in an airtight container? Thanks!!

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