- Prep Time: 5m
- Total Time: 30m
- 12 chocolate sandwich cookies (I used Oreos)
- 12 ounces White Chocolate Melting Chocolate (like CandiQuik or Chocolate Melting Wafers)
- 12 Peanut Butter Cups, unwrapped (I used Reese's)
- Mini Flower Candies
- Melt a little bit of the melting chocolate according to the package direction.
- Twist open the chocolate sandwich cookies, laying the side with the frosting on the flat surface.
- Place dab of melted chocolate onto the middle of the filling a sandwich cookie and press a peanut butter cup on to it.
- Dab a bit of melted chocolate onto the top of the peanut butter cup and top it with the other half of the sandwich cookie.
- Repeat for all of the cookies.
- Place them onto a plate and put them into the fridge to chill for 5-10 minutes.
- Melt the rest of the melting chocolate according to the package directions.
- Once the chocolate is cool to the touch, balance a cookie onto a fork and dip it into the chocolate. Use a spoon to help cover the cookie with chocolate.
- Tap off the excess chocolate and then sit the chocolate dipped cookie onto a sheet of wax paper.
- Top the chocolate dipped cookie with mini candy flowers or other edible decorations before the chocolate harden.
- Let cookie cool and harden complete before eating.
TIPS for these Springtime Easter Reese Stuffed Oreos:
- When you\'re assembling these, twist the sandwich cookies apart carefully. Lay the half with the filling on the bottom (with the filling up), dab on a little melted chocolate, sit the unwrapped peanut butter cup onto that, dab a little melted chocolate onto the peanut butter cup and then lay the 2nd part of the cookie sandwich onto that. This will help it all stay together.
- Build a bunch at once and then let them sit in the fridge on a plate for about 5-10 minutes. This will help keep them together.
- When you go to dip them, make sure that the chocolate is not super hot. You don\'t want to start melting the peanut butter cup. The dipping chocolate should be smooth and creamy but you should be able to touch it without it burning your finger.
- Let these cool and chocolate harden completely after dipping them before eating.
- You don\'t have to put anything on top of them when you make them. I just added flowers for a \"springtime Easter treat\", if you\'re looking for little flowers you can find them here. (I got mine from Walmart but I\'ve seen them at Hobby Lobby too!)
- I used the yellow springtime oreos just to give them a pop of color but regular ones will work just fine (or any flavor you want to use!)