How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark

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To make Barbara Becker’s Crowd Pleasing White Chocolate Oreo Bark, you will need:

  • One package of Oreo Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
  • One package of Vanilla Flavored Almond Bark
  • Large Bowl
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Parchment Paper
  • Jellyroll Pan

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Here's what you need

 

Directions:

1.  In a large bowl, crush the Oreos into little pieces. This can easily be done by hand.

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - In a large bowl, crush the Oreos into little pieces. This can easily be done by hand.

 

2.  In a microwaveable bowl, melt the vanilla bark. Stir often until smooth.

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - In a microwaveable bowl, melt the vanilla bark. Stir often until smooth.

 

3.  Pour the melted vanilla bark over the crushed Oreos. Stir evenly.

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Pour the melted vanilla bark over the crushed Oreos. Stir evenly.

 

4.  Line a jelly roll pan with parchment paper.

 

5.  Spread the Oreo mix onto the parchment paper.

 How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Line a jelly roll pan with parchment paper.  Spread the Oreo mix onto the parchment paper.

 

6.  Refrigerate until solid.

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Refrigerate until solid.

 

7.  Break the bark into small pieces.

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Break the bark into small pieces.            How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Break the bark into small pieces.

 

Easy and foolproof!

How to Make White Chocolate Oreo Bark - Easy and foolproof!


 

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I actually have made quite a few different variations on the bark recipe before. They always come out just about perfect every time. However, I have found that the secret lies in the cooling time more then anything else, as well as allowing the mixture to cool completely after melting it. Always get myself into trouble when I don't let it cool down enough! Lol. Will definately have to try with the crushed up oreos, though! Looks yummy!

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