If you missed it, Saturday was National Oreo Cookie Day and I thought it would be fun to celebrate the day. Skott and the kids are Oreo cookie fans so why not right?!? But of course, I couldn't just celebrate with a box of Oreos and milk, I had to step it up a notch and elevate them if we were going to celebrate them.


It was easy and quick, you know me...I'm not all that interested in laborious activities that don't yield results quickly. Some would say it's impatience, I say it's having a sense of urgency {tee hee}

On a side note, I must have been living on another planet. I had no idea that there were so many different varieties of Oreo now. They even have Carrot Cake Oreo, which I almost bought but wasn't brave enough, maybe next time 🤷🏼‍♀️


Here's the supply list

Optional Supplies


Let's Get Started


Start by laying out 1-2 cooling racks {you could use cookie sheets or paper plates} line with parchment paper.


Now it's time to melt some chocolate! I melted them with a double boil method on the stove top but you could also melt them in the microwave. I prefer the stovetop because I can control the temp and avoid burning the chocolate. If you don't have a double boiler no worries! You can do what I did used a pot and mixing bowl.


Bring the water to a boil. Once the water is boiling insert top pot {or bowl in my case} and dump the chocolate morsels in. Stir often and continue until the chocolate is fully melted. See pictures below ⬇️⬇️⬇️




Once the chocolate is fully melted drop a couple Oreos into the bowl and coat them with the chocolate then transfer them over to the parchment paper lined cooling rack. Continue until you have all the cookies you want.





Now it's time to add some pizazz! Grab your favorite sprinkles. I picked mine up at Target in the Easter section. You can grab sprinkles from most grocery stores too. I'm also dying to try some sprinkles from Sprinkle Pop, they have the cutest and most unique sprinkle mixtures.

Dust your chocolate covered Oreos with your sprinkles of choice. I also mixed up a small batch of chocolate and added red food coloring to make some pink cookies and to splatter some pink chocolate on top of some of the cookies.


With your Oreos all dolled up place them in the refrigerator for 20-25 minutes so the chocolate hardens {I actually left mine in over night}. Remove from the refrigerator, pour a glass of milk and enjoy my friends!


These are also perfect for a dessert spread, sweet treat charcuterie board {blog post later this week} or package them up and give them as gifts!


I'd love to see your elevated Oreo cookies. If you try it share you pictures with me on Facebook, Instagram or email me!



I picked up all the necessary supplies while I was at Target. But if you don't have time get to the grocery store or Target you can always have the supplies delivered. To be honest with you I rarely walk into a grocery store anymore. I have my groceries delivered by Instacart, saves so much time {keep your eyes out for my upcoming blog on gaining time back}.


If you've never used Instacart before? Use my link for a $10 credit. There are a ton of stores that participate in Instacart like; Walmart, Target, Albertsons, Vons and Costco {all depends on geography and stores in your area}.


Below is a "reel" quick overview video of the outline above




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