I rarely buy them, but I have been curious about the new Oreo Thins I’ve been hearing about. Double Stufs are DIVINE, so how are the Thins?
And they are AMAZING!
But who stops at amazing, when you can make them doubly amazing by topping them with a scoop of cookie butter…
placing another on top of that…
and covering with chocolate?!
I was dying to try them, but knew we didn’t need a batch of these around the house for the three of us. So when my son Nick was heading over to celebrate his future father-in-law’s birthday yesterday, I asked if I could make them for him to take over for a little birthday gift.
He offered to help, so I gave him the jobs of “hand model” and sampler to assure they were okay to send.
I filled a little pint-sized red berry basket with a dozen, wrapped it in clear cellophane and tied with some raffia to send on it’s way.
And now we only have to worry about having eight of these decadent little buggers around to taunt us with their amazingness!
Such a fun treat! I hope you’ll give them a try. And for more cuteness, check out Ruthanne’s Emoji Oreo Pops! I’m kinda tempted!! 😉
Chocolate Covered Cookie Butter Stuffed Oreos
- One box of Oreo Thins Chocolate cookies
- One jar of Biscof or Trader Joe’s Speculoos cookie butter
- One and 1/2 bags of Wilton’s Candy melts in dark chocolate
- A little bit of milk chocolate candy melts to make stripes on top (or any sort of sprinkles you’d like to add to make these for any season!)
Place 20 Oreo Thins Cookies on a cookie sheet. Top each cookie with a teaspoon-sized scoop of cookie butter. Press a second Oreo Thin on top to make a sandwich. Freeze for approximately 30 minutes.
Melt Candy Melts in microwave in 30 second increments, stirring after each increment, until chocolate is melted and smooth. (It took mine about 3 increments.)
Take 3-4 cookies out of the freezer at a time, and carefully dip – one at a time – in the melted chocolate. Use a fork to tap excess off, and slide the bottom of the cookie along the edge of the bowl to remove excess. Set on parchment or wax paper to harden.
Add sprinkles (if desired) before chocolate hardens, or drizzle with white or contrasting chocolate after it hardens.
Cheers & Hugs,