Toy Story Chocolate Covered Oreos

My youngest child is in love with Toy Story, so its no surprise that I have had to make a toy story afternoon tea for her. The simplest and quickest way to do this was to make Toy Story Chocolate Covered Oreos. I had a cloud silicone ice cube tray from Sunnylife to use for the clouds and a chocolate Oreo mould which is the simplest and cleanest way to make chocolate covered Oreos with kids.

Ingredients

  • White chocolate block
  • Oreo cookies
  • Blue food colour
  • Titanium dioxide (if using)
  1. Melt your white chocolate in a bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds and stir. I put it back in for 10 second blocks and stir each time until its completely smooth. If you would like your clouds to be white, you can buy some titanium dioxide from a baking supplies shop. It is what is commonly used to whiten chocolate and buttercream in the baking industry and you just basically mix some in until you get your desired colour. I have shown an Oreo below with whitened chocolate clouds and one with white chocolate clouds. Personally I don’t use titanium dioxide unless its for a special occasion. Place your chocolate into the cloud mould and tap it gently a few times on the bench to dislodge any air bubbles. Place in the fridge and leave to set.

2. Use some food colour to colour your chocolate blue. I have used a Barco powder to colour mine. Place a tablespoon of coloured chocolate into your Oreo mould. Pop an Oreo cookie on top, centre it and push it down a little so that there is room for some chocolate on top. My kids really enjoy doing this part as it cant go wrong and is lovey and squishy for them. Top with some more chocolate but be careful not to overfill the space. Pop your mould into the fridge to set.

3. Once the chocolate covered oreos and clouds have set pop them out of their moulds onto a clean surface and using a little melted chocolate, attach the clouds to the blue chocolate discs. These chocolate covered oreos are great for afternoon teas or parties and can be coloured and decorated in so many different ways x

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