Chocolate covered Mini Oreo


Mini Oreo bañadas en chocolate

I do not usually post the same recipe twice , but in this case I have made some improvements that need to be shared.

For book signings that I’ve had in Madrid , Valladolid, and now in Barcelona this Friday I have prepared hundreds of chocolate covered Oreo cookies … so now I know a little bit more that when I first published the recipe.

First, I have prepared the recipe in mini size. Several people had told me that in normal size they were too big (something incomprehensible to me , since ” too much chocolate ” is not part of my vocabulary), so I decided to make a mini version , which I love because it is a much more delicate bite .

The problem came when preparing 200 mini oreo , which involved cutting 200 mini transfer sheet circles with scissors and these hands full of fingers which I have . So it was essential to find a faster way to do it. Therefore I bought a pair of 1″ punches and I started doing some tests. Finally , after breaking a punch , and several transfer sheets, I have learned how to do it: you just have to put the transfer sheet between two cardboards, and cut out perfect mini circles. I have these two models: the Fiskars and EK . Both punches work very well, so I do not know which one to recommend best. To sharpen the punches again, simply fold foil and cut it with the punch .

The molds to make mini oreo cookies I ordered them on Etsy. I have 4, but if you do not need to prepare huge amounts of mini oreo, you can make do with one. The transfer sheets I used can be found here .

Remember you can find step by step instructions to prepare the recipe here (with and without mold)


Mini Oreo bañadas en chocolateMini oreo bañadas en chocolate


Mini Oreo bañadas en chocolate

Mini Oreo bañadas en chocolate


{Chocolate covered mini Oreo cookies}

Prep time: 15 min

Cooking time: 2 min

Yield: 48 mini oreo cookies

Ingredients

  • 48 mini oreo cookies
  • 300 g white chocolate (or white cany melts) (about 10.5 oz)
  • 50 g cocoa butter (optional) (about 1.76)
  • 1 chocolate transfer sheet (optional) I bought mine here
  • Equipment (optional): 4 chocolate mini Oreo molds. You might use a mini cupcake tray, or ice cube tray instead.

    Directions

    1. Method 1: Cut circles in your transfer sheet. The easiest way is to use a punch. Place your transfer sheet between two cardboards, and use a punch to cut 48 small circles. Fit them into the cavity of the Oreo cookie chocolate mold (make sure that the printed side you want to transfer is up!). Next, melt white chocolate and cocoa butter carefully in the microwave . Start with 30 seconds stir and go slowly. Add 1/2 tbs of melted chocolate to cover the bottom of the cavity. Gently place a cookie in the center of each well. Gently spoon more melted chocolate over the oreo cookie, making sure it is completely covered. Place the mold in the fridge to cool down, and when the chocolate has hardened, pop out the chocolate covered Oreos and peel off the thin plastic disk, leaving just the pretty design behind.
    2. Method 2: Dip a mini Oreo in the melted chocolate and let the excess chocolate drip back into the bowl then place the cookie on a sheet lined with waxed paper. Cut the transfer sheet to the desired size and place on top of the chocolate covered cookie. Put the cookies in the refrigerator for a few minutes. When the chocolate is set, remove the transfer sheet.

NOTES:

Autora : Sandeea Cocina


4 Comments a “Chocolate covered Mini Oreo”

  1. 30 January 2014, 8:12 pm - Neely Dewall

    Where can I get those cute floral containers?

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  2. 31 January 2014, 1:47 am - Michelle

    So beautiful! I love your photos, too!

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  3. 31 January 2014, 11:25 am - Francine Godoy

    They look adorable. Congrats! Beautiful pics too! <3 <3 <3

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  4. 16 February 2014, 10:19 pm - Evelyn P.

    I want to know where the cute paper box AND the tin is available for purchase??

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