Easter Chocolate Covered Oreos


Easter chocolate covered Oreos are so festive and so easy to make. These delicious, chocolate covered Oreos make the perfect treat to add to Easter baskets or your holiday dinner.

Easter chocolate covered Oreos on stick in metal pot

I love making themed treats, especially for Easter. I just love all the pastel colors associated with the holiday. These delicious dipped Oreos are one of my favorite treats to make because they have all that classic Oreo flavor, and the colors are so much fun!

Why You'll Love This Recipe

  • It only uses 4 simple ingredients.
  • It's an easy recipe that's done in a snap.
  • The Oreo flavor combined with the pastel coating makes the perfect Easter treat.

Top Tip

It's important to put a bit of melted chocolate on the end of your stick before inserting it into the cookie. Without that, the Oreos will fall off.

Closeup shot of chocolate covered Oreo on stick


You'll only need a handful of ingredients to make this recipe, and you'll find them all at your local grocery store. See the recipe card at the end of the post for exact amounts.

  • Oreos
  • White almond bark
  • Blue, green, pink, yellow, and purple food coloring gel
  • Spring sprinkles
  • Cake pop sticks
Overhead shot of sprinkles and almond bark in bowls, surrounding tubes of food coloring gel with Oreos on sticks all around


These chocolate covered Oreos are a lot less work than you would think. In fact, they're very easy to make. The highlights are below, but you'll find the complete instructions in the recipe card at the end of the post.

1: Melt the almond bark. Then, dip the end of 6 cake pop sticks into the melted bark and insert them into the cream filling of each Oreo. Let harden.

Closeup shot of cake pop stick dipped in melted almond bark

2: Dip the Oreos completely in the melted bark.

Oreo on stick being dipped into melted almond bark

3: Place the dipped Oreos on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and top with sprinkles.

4: Repeat the process, coloring each subsequent batch of melted bark with food coloring gel.

5: Chill the Oreos until the bark has hardened.

Easter chocolate covered Oreos in metal bucket with more chocolate covered Oreos in front of it

Substitutions and Variations

  • Use your favorite variety of Oreos for this recipe.
  • You can use white chocolate with a bit of coconut oil in place of almond bark.


  • Microwave-safe bowl
  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • Spoon
Closeup shot of Easter chocoalte covered Oreos in metal bucket


Room Temperature: Store for up to a week in an air-tight container.

Refrigerator: Store for up to 2 weeks in an air-tight container.

Freezer: Store for up to 3 months in an air-tight, freezer-safe container.

Thaw: Thaw the chocolate covered Oreos in the refrigerator the night before serving them.

What to Serve with Chocolate Covered Oreos

These delicious Oreo treats are perfect with a glass of milk or a cup of coffee. They also make a great addition to your Easter dessert spread when pair with things like:


  • Be sure you dip the tip of your cake pop in the melted almond bark so your Oreos don't fall off.
  • When dipping the Oreos, let the excess bark drip off for the perfect amount of coating.
  • Add sprinkles while the almond bark coating is still wet.
Closeup shot of chocolate covered Easter Oreos in metal bucket


Why did my Oreos fall off my cake pop sticks?

In addition to dipping the ends of the cake pop sticks in the melted bark, you have to ensure that you get enough melted bark on them. They're the glue that literally holds these treats together.

Why do I have to use food coloring gel?

Food coloring gel is oil-based so it won't cause issues with the melted almond bark. Water-based food coloring can change the texture of the melted bark.

Does almond bark have almonds?

Almond bark has no nuts of any kind, so it's perfectly safe to serve to anyone.

Closeup shot of Easter chocolate covered Oreoa cut in half

More Sweet Treats

Yield: 36 Oreos

Easter Chocolate Covered Oreos

Easter Chocolate Covered Oreos

These Easter chocolate covered Oreos are the perfect treat this holiday. They're coated in classic Easter-colored chocolate and sprinkles!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • 14.3 oz package Oreos (mine had 36 Oreos in it)
  • 24 oz white bark
  • Blue, green, pink, yellow, and purple food coloring gel
  • Spring sprinkles
  • 36 cake pop sticks


  1. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper.  Set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, melt 4 oz of white bark in 30-second intervals, stirring often.
  3. Put a small amount of melted chocolate on the end of each stick and push them into the cream filling of each Oreo.  Allow to harden.
  4. Dip 6 of the Oreos into the white melted bark, covering them completely. 
  5. Place them on your prepared baking sheet and add sprinkles.
  6. Melt an additional 4 oz of bark like you did the first batch. Stir in a small amount of blue food coloring gel to create a pastel blue.  The amount you use will vary depending on the type of food coloring you are using.
  7. Dip 6 Oreos into the blue, completely covering them.  Place them on the parchment paper and add sprinkles.
  8. Continue this with the green, pink, yellow, and purple.
  9. Chill for 20 minutes or until bark is hardened.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 201Total Fat 9gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 7gCholesterol 29mgSodium 146mgCarbohydrates 29gFiber 0gSugar 21gProtein 2g

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