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Oreo bark stacked on parchment paper.

Oreo Cookie Bark

Easy to make Oreo bark tastes like cookies and cream. You only need two ingredients and about 15 minutes to make this treat.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Chill 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 2 cups


  • 10 to 12 ounces white candy coating or white chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil, optional see note
  • 10 regular chocolate sandwich cookies


  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.

    Crush the cookies into small pieces and place into a medium mixing bowl.

  2. Melt the candy coatings.

    To melt in the microwave: Place coatings in a 2 cup glass container. Heat on medium (half power) for 30 seconds. Remove and stir. Repeat until melted.

    To melt in a double boiler. Fill bottom of double boiler with ½ water. Place candy coatings in top pan or bowl. Heat over low. Stir coatings until melted.

  3. If using white chocolate chips, stir one teaspoon of coconut oil into the melted chocolate chips.

  4. Pour melted candy coatings over the crushed cookies. Stir to coat. Spread onto parchment paper into about a 8×10-inch rectangle. Place pan in the refrigerator and allow bark to harden, about 10 minutes. Break into bite-size pieces.

  5. Store bark in bags or an airtight container for up to one month. Don't refrigerate or freeze.

Recipe Notes

Ingredient Notes and Substitutions

Coconut Oil: If you want to use white chocolate or white chocolate chips, stir one teaspoon of coconut oil into the melted white chocolate. This helps the chocolate to harden without requiring tempering.

White Candy Coatings: The quality of candy coatings varies from brand to brand. Use a candy coating that tastes great right out of the bag. Dark or white candy coatings can be used for a different flavor. 

Oreos: Crush cookies into bite-size pieces. If you crush them into fine crumbs, the bark tastes great but looks gray. Use any flavor Oreo you like. Peppermint Oreos are nice during the holiday season.