Holy mother of everything delicious. These Peppermint Mocha Oreos are about to make all your holiday dreams come true. With literally no baking required, you’re going to love this simple holiday dessert.
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Peppermint Mocha Oreos
Are you running low on time and looking for a simple holiday dessert? What about a simple treat that can easily feed a crowd?
These Mocha Oreos with Peppermint are certain to please. In less than 30 minutes of time, they’ll be ready to enjoy and you won’t have even had to do a ton of work, either.
And even though this Oreo recipe is simple, it actually looks like you put in a ton of work! But that’ll be your little secret to keep unless you decide to share with others.
Ingredients needed to make Peppermint Mocha Oreos
- 10- 15 Mocha Oreos
- 1 cup of melted white chocolate chips
- ¼ cup of crushed peppermint candies
How to make Mocho Oreos with Peppermint
Melt white chocolate chips in the microwave in 30-second increments.
Crush candies by placing them in a bag and crushing them with a spoon.
Take each oreo and dip them into the melted chocolate.
Place them on a parchment lined tray.
Sprinkle crushed candies on top.
Let set on a parchment sheet for 15 minutes in the fridge.
Fun Ways To Vary Up This Simple Oreo Recipe
The great thing about this easy dessert recipe is that you can have some fun with the flavors. While the white chocolate is a nice added touch, you can easily use milk chocolate or dark chocolate, too.
Have a spread of different chocolate covered Oreos sounds like a pretty cool treat, right?
And you can always change these Oreos up as well and have red and green sprinkles instead of the peppermint bits.
With how simple these are to make, you have so many great options to choose from.
Can you burn chocolate in the microwave?
You can. This is why you need to add it to a microwave-safe bowl and melt it in 30-second increments. After each time passes, stir and then heat again. The short spurts of time will be certain to help you not burn the chocolate.
And if you do burn it, there’s no rescuing it or bringing it back. You’ll have to start over fresh and with all new chocolate.