Chocolate Dipped Oreos

The “Love” day is right around the corner!  I love everything pink, red and covered in sprinkles.  Sometimes I think I hear the sprinkles talking to me saying things like, “Hey Jody, we need to party, sprinkle on!”  “Hey Jody, we need to make these cupcakes cute today, sprinkle on!”  “Hey Jody, we can make this bad day you are having better, sprinkle on!”  I tend to get way to attached to my sprinkles.  Who am I kidding,  I am on a first name basis with every appliance, ingredient, cupcake liner, and utensil in my kitchen.  I mean, my oven is my BFF!!  As a food blogger, I am constantly looking for the latest, greatest and newest food item in my grocery store.  As I walked down my favorite aisle, a light started shining brightly guiding me to the very end of the cookie aisle.  I kept hearing a voice saying “Go to the Oreo…..the Oreo…..go to the Oreo.”

This is where the light was shining. This is where the great grocery store voice was leading me. It was a beautiful sight.
This is where the light was shining. This is where the great grocery store voice was leading me. It was a beautiful sight.

I knew I was going to do something with these beauties and it wasn’t going to be sitting down and eating an entire bag.  I have these handy dandy cookie candy dipping molds that are perfect for coating the All-American Oreo.

This is everything I needed to make my little Valentine treat.
This is everything I needed to make my little Valentine treat.
I love this Chocolate pot. It melts the chocolate so smoothly, no lumps. I use it all the time. That may be a bad thing. It might say something about how big a part chocolate has in my life.
I love this Chocolate pot. It melts the chocolate so smoothly, no lumps. I use it all the time. That may be a bad thing. It might say something about how big a part chocolate plays in my life.
I place my sprinkles in the bottom of each section, top with melted chocolate chocolate, then top with an Oreo.
I place my sprinkles in the bottom of each section, top with melted chocolate chocolate, then top with an Oreo.
Place the molds in the refrigerator for about 5 minutes.
Place the molds in the refrigerator for about 5 minutes.
The cookies will pop right out!
The cookies will pop right out!
Look how sweet they are!!!
Look how sweet they are!!!
They are so cute I just had to show them one more time.
They are so cute I just had to show them one more time.
Ok, last one......I promise
Ok, last one……I promise

These are really the easiest things ever to make.  You can use pastel candy melts and sprinkle for Easter, red and green for Christmas, you get the idea.  Have fun, melt some chocolate and SPRINKLE ON!!!

Love ya,

Jody and Edna

Chocolate Coated Oreos
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Ingredients
  1. Candy Melts
  2. Sprinkles
  3. Sandwich Cookies
Instructions
  1. Melt candy melts in microwave, stirring every 15 seconds or in a chocolate melter.
  2. Place sprinkles in bottom of cookie mold.
  3. Pour one tablespoon of melted chocolate on top of sprinkles
  4. Lightly press cookie into the melted chocolate.
  5. Refrigerate for five minutes.
  6. Pop cookies out of mold.
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