Easter Oreos Recipe

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These no-bake Easter Oreo Cookies make the perfect treat for Easter parties, church, or anywhere! They’re a great, inexpensive gift idea, too!

Plate of cute Easter Oreo cookies decorated to look like bunnies and chicks on a pink background

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Spring has sprung with these bright and festive Easter Oreos that are dipped in white Belgian chocolate and decorated with melted candy colors and sprinkles!

These chocolate-covered Oreos are so easy and fun to make with kids! No baking required! They feature adorable Easter designs like Easter bunnies, Easter chicks and classic Easter eggs. They’re perfect for gifting in Easter baskets or for Easter dessert tables!

These chocolate Oreos don’t have to just be for your Easter celebration, though! They can be made in different colors and decorated for ANY special occasion! You can also substitute original Oreos for the brand’s Easter variety, limited-edition Easter-themed Oreos! Using this Oreo spring pack, you’ll get the perfect egg-shaped cookies to complete your seasonal treats!

Once you’re finished making your beautifully decorated, delicious Oreo cookies – you can package them up neatly as adorable party favors, bunny bait, or place into a gift box for friends or family! They’re the perfect treat to give as an Easter gift and they make an easy snack for adults and kids of all ages!


Oreo cookie covered in white chocolate after being dipped into mixing bowl below, held on a fork

In a small, deep, microwave-safe bowl, melt 1⁄2 cup of white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth.

Mix in the white candy color until the desired shade is reached.

Plain Oreo cookie being lowered on fork into melted white chocolate

Using a fork, dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered in chocolate and allow the excess to drip back into the bowl. Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate or cookie sheet.

White chocolate covered Oreo cookies being decorated to look like Bunnies using piping bag, tweezers, and sprinkles.

While the chocolate is still wet add 2 black nonpareil sprinkles for the eyes and a pink heart sprinkle for the nose.

Bunny ears being made for white chocolate covered bunny rabbits from piping bag

Place a tablespoon of the melted white chocolate into a piping bag and pipe 2 ears and 2 bunny paws on the wax paper. Sprinkle them with pink sanding sugar. Place the plate in the freezer for 10 minutes to set.

Bunny ears decorated with sprinkles for Easter Oreo Cookies

Once set, remove the ears and feet from the wax paper and attach them to the bunny Oreo with more melted chocolate.

Fully assembled bunny rabbit chocolate covered Oreo cookies

Allow to set.

Plain Oreo cookie being lowered on fork into a mixing bowl filled with yellow colored melted chocolate

How To Make Oreo Easter Chicks Cookies:

In a small, deep, microwave-safe bowl, melt 1⁄2 cup white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth. Mix in the yellow candy color until the desired shade is reached.

Plain Oreo cookie being lowered on fork into a mixing bowl filled with yellow colored melted chocolate

Using a fork dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered and allow the excess to drip back into the bowl.

Plain Oreo cookie covered in chocolate after being lowered on fork into a mixing bowl filled with yellow colored melted chocolate

Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate or parchment paper.

Oreo cookies made to look like tiny chicks sitting on white platter with tweezers placed next to them

While the chocolate is still wet add 2 black nonpareil sprinkles for the eyes and an orange round sprinkle for the nose. Next, carefully add 3 orange Jimmie sprinkles to form each of the chick’s feet.

Allow to set.

Two Oreo cookies on plate, one pink and one blue after being dipped in melted chocolate

How to Make Easter Decorated Egg Oreos:

In 2 small, deep, microwave-safe bowls, melt 1⁄2 cup (each) of white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth.

Mix in pink candy color in one bowl and blue in the other until the desired shade is reached.

Using a fork, dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered in the pink color chocolate and hover excess drip back into the bowl. Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate. Continue with another Oreo and the blue chocolate. (You will have 2 Oreos of each color!) Place the plate in the freezer for 10 minutes to set.

Two chocolate dipped Oreos on plate with emptied piping bag and icing

Place a tablespoon of the melted pink chocolate into a piping bag. Once the Oreos are set, pipe a zig-zag pattern and cover it with sprinkles while it is still wet. Then, pipe a line across and cover in sprinkles and then repeat the zig-zag pattern at the bottom of the Oreo to complete the design and cover in sprinkles.

Blue and Pink dipped Oreo cookies on white plate with piping bag

Repeat with the remaining Oreos, remembering to garnish the piping with sprinkles while the chocolate is still wet.

Allow to set.


Frequently Asked Questions

Easter Themed Chocolate Covered Oreos on a platter on a candy covered table with milk in background

How long should I heat my chocolate?

Do not overheat your chocolate! 20-second increments are the perfect amount of time for safely heating your melting chocolate in the microwave.

Two Oreos decorated to look like a chick and a bunny, plate of cookies in background

Can I use food coloring for this recipe?

Only oil-based candy coloring can be used for coloring chocolate. Water-based gel color and food coloring may be uneven and leave streaks. You can also substitute using different colored candy melts if you prefer!

Easter Themed Chocolate Covered Oreos on a platter on a candy covered table

How long will these cookies last?

You can store these Easter Oreos at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks!

Little hand holding a chocolate covered oreo decorate to look like a chick, plate of cookies in background

How do you get fine details on your cookies?

When decorating cookies we recommend using a pair of small tweezers to assist in placing your sprinkles. Be sure not to clamp the sprinkles too hard or they can easily break!


Platter of colorful Easter themed decorated Oreo cookies

How can I give these as a gift?

If you are planning to package these Oreos as gifts, be sure that they are fully set and packed in a single layer to avoid smudging! The cute little bunny ears can be very delicate, so be careful with them. But, don’t worry if one breaks, just “glue” them back together with melted chocolate and cover the seam with more sanding sugar! Easy! Then allow them to chill in the refrigerator for a few moments to set up again.

easter oreos decorated like chicks, bunnies, easter eggs, on plate with easter decor

Easter Oreos Recipe

These no-bake Easter Oreo Cookies make the perfect takealongs for Easter parties, church or anywhere! They’re a great, inexpensive gift idea, too!
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Candy
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Chill Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Yields: 8 Oreos

Instructions:

HOW TO MAKE EASTER BUNNY OREO COOKIES:

  • In a small, deep, microwave-safe bowl, melt 1⁄2 cup of white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth.
    Mix in the white candy color until the desired shade is reached.
  • Using a fork, dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered in chocolate and allow the excess to drip back into the bowl. Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate or cookie sheet.
  • While the chocolate is still wet add 2 black nonpareil sprinkles for the eyes and a pink heart sprinkle for the nose.
  • Place a tablespoon of the melted white chocolate into a piping bag and pipe 2 ears and 2 bunny paws on the wax paper. Sprinkle them with pink sanding sugar. Place the plate in the freezer for 10 minutes to set.
  • Once set, remove the ears and feet from the wax paper and attach them to the bunny Oreo with more melted chocolate.
  • Allow to set.

HOW TO MAKE OREO EASTER CHICKS COOKIES:

  • In a small, deep, microwave-safe bowl, melt 1⁄2 cup white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth. Mix in the yellow candy color until the desired shade is reached.
  • Using a fork dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered and allow the excess to drip back into the bowl.
  • Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate or parchment paper.
  • While the chocolate is still wet add 2 black nonpareil sprinkles for the eyes and an orange round sprinkle for the nose. Next, carefully add 3 orange Jimmie sprinkles to form each of the chick’s feet.
    Allow to set.

HOW TO MAKE EASTER DECORATED EGG OREOS:

  • In 2 small, deep, microwave-safe bowls, melt 1⁄2 cup (each) of white chocolate in 20-second increments and stir until smooth.
    Mix in pink candy color in one bowl and blue in the other until the desired shade is reached.
    Using a fork, dip an Oreo cookie until it is covered in the pink color chocolate and hover excess drip back into the bowl. Place the dipped Oreo on a wax paper-lined plate. Continue with another Oreo and the blue chocolate. (You will have 2 Oreos of each color!) Place the plate in the freezer for 10 minutes to set.
  • Place a tablespoon of the melted pink chocolate into a piping bag. Once the Oreos are set, pipe a zig-zag pattern and cover it with sprinkles while it is still wet. Then, pipe a line across and cover in sprinkles and then repeat the zig-zag pattern at the bottom of the Oreo to complete the design and cover in sprinkles.
  • Repeat with the remaining Oreos, remembering to garnish the piping with sprinkles while the chocolate is still wet.
    Allow to set.

Notes:

For Heating Chocolate – 20-second increments are perfect for safely heating in the microwave.
For Coloring Chocolate – Use only oil-based candy coloring for chocolate. Gel color may be uneven and leave streaks.
 
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These easy-to-make cookies have become one of my favorite, go-to Easter recipes! They are so fun and a hopping good bite!

We made a whole batch of these for my kids classroom party, and they were a total hit! Tell us in the comments how yours turned out!

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