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Easy Bat Oreo’s

Easy Bat Oreo’s. These cute little bat treats come together quickly and are a fun Halloween recipe the entire family will love helping with!

Last weekend I was remaking my Bat Oreo Truffles when I had an idea… Don’t get me wrong. I love those truffles.

But when I was looking at a bag full of Oreo cookies I knew there was an easier way to make cute little Halloween bats. Enter these adorable:

Halloween Bat Oreo Cookies

For real, ya’ll… All you need to do is cut your little bat wings, melt some chocolate, and dip. Eep! Are they not the cutest things you have EVER SEEN??

Ingredients for bat cookies:

  • Oreo sandwich cookies
  • Chocolate or candy melts
  • Edible eyes
  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Popsicle sticks

How to make Halloween bat cookies:

  1. Gently twist 3 of your Oreo cookies in half. Scrape off the filling and discard. With a sharp serrated kitchen knife slice each one in half. After this step you should have 12 cookie halves.
  2. Lay the cookies down onto wax paper in your bat wing formation. Set aside.
  3. Melt the candy melts according to the package. If you notice that it is too thick add a small amount of shortening or coconut oil until the desired consistency is reached.
  4. Dip the very end of one popsicle stick into the melted chocolate. Gently slide between one of your whole sandwich cookies. 
  5. Using the stick to hold, dip the cookie into your melted chocolate and cover completely. Tap off excess gently and place directly on top of two of the wing formations you previously created.
  6. Working quickly, add two eyes and two mini chocolate chip ears.
  7. Allow to set completely before serving.

Maybe it is the deer caught in a headlight look they get with those edible eyes??  Either way, they look adorable and taste amazing.

I mean, it is literally an Oreo dipped in melted chocolate. You cannot go wrong. I am adding these to the long list of adorable Halloween treats we have lurking around the blog. I have a soft spot for the spooky holiday. But it turns out all of my desserts lean more toward the adorable vs cute category.

Tips for this recipe:

  • Melt the chocolate slowly. If microwaving, start with 30 seconds. Stir, and continue in 15 second intervals. 
  • Chocolate too thick? No problem! Stir in a teaspoon or two of shortening. This will help thin the chocolate giving you a nice and even coat. 
  • Be sure to have all of your ingredients ready. You want to place each item before the chocolate has time to set. 

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Give them a try and let me know what you think!

Easy Bat Oreo's

Easy Bat Oreo's

Yield: 6

Ingredients

  • 9 Oreo cookies
  • chocolate or black candy melts
  • edible eyes
  • mini chocolate chips
  • popsicle sticks

Instructions

  1. Gently twist 3 of your Oreo cookies in half. Scrape off the filling and discard. With a sharp serrated kitchen knife slice each one in half. After this step you should have 12 cookie halves.
  2. Hay the cookies down onto wax paper in your bat wing formation. Set aside.
  3. Melt the candy melts according to the package. If you notice that it is too thick add a small amount of shortening or coconut oil until the desired consistency is reached.
  4. Dip the very end of one popsicle stick into the melted chocolate. Gently slide between one of your whole sandwich cookies. 
  5. Using the stick to hold, dip the cookie into your melted chocolate and cover completely. Tap off excess gently and place directly on top of two of the wing formations you previously created.
  6. Working quickly, add two eyes and two mini chocolate chip ears.
  7. Allow to set completely before serving.

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Mary

Sunday 18th of November 2018

My kids will love it. You always have the yummiest recipes!!! Can’t wait to try this one!

Jesseca

Wednesday 21st of November 2018

Thank you! Can't wait for you to make them.

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