Oreo Cookie Crumble


I have a confession to make. I gave this recipe a fancy name so that it would sound more impressive. It’s actually the easiest thing in the world (but your dinner guests don’t need to know that!)

Ever since I discovered how to make chocolate bark it has pretty much become my go-to for an emergency dessert recipe. I have experimented with a few different toppings and flavours since my first attempt and I have finally found my favourite combination: White Chocolate and Oero. It’s so good it even deserves its own fancy name!

The thing about ‘Oreo Cookie Crumble’ (aka: White Chocolate & Oreo Bark) is it tastes a little different to regular bark. The first time I made these I was asked if there was a special ingredient in them, as when combined, the mixture ends up thicker and richer than your standard Chocolate Bark. The cookie crumbs and Oreo stuffing blend in with the white chocolate creating this Cookies and Cream flavoured bar of delicious. It’s thick and chunky and thoroughly addictive! Trust me, no one will suspect they took only minutes to whip up and with only two ingredients!
What You Need:
1 Bag of White Melting Chocolate
1 Packet of Oreos
Baking Paper & a Baking Tray

What You Do:
This will make a small batch; enough to share with a few friends in one sitting. As the mixture is quite thick when combined it does not stretch as far as normal chocolate bark.

1. Line a baking tray with baking paper and take 10 Oreo cookies and roughly chop into small pieces.
2. Take the remainder of the packet and chop into large chunks. Keep to the side.
3. Put the chocolate in a bowl to melt. You can do this properly over the stove, but I found it just as easy to melt in the microwave. Heat the chocolate for 10 second intervals until the chocolate on the bottom of the bowl starts to melt and the bowl is hot to the touch. Then stir the chocolate until all the pieces start to melt into a smooth consistency.
4. Add the chopped Oreo cookies to the melted chocolate and stir through until combined.
5. Pour the mixture onto the baking paper and smooth into an even layer.
6. Take the remaining Oreo cookies and sprinkle across the top of the mixture, pressing lightly into the chocolate to ensure it all sticks together. It’s important to add this top layer as the mixture will set a slightly off-grey colour, which doesn’t look as appetizing as it really is!
7. Refrigerate for around 30 minutes or until the chocolate has set properly. Once the chocolate has hardened completely, cut/break into pieces and serve. Store left overs (if there are any) in an air-tight container in the freezer.


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