Last week on Thanksgiving, my husband and I ate our feast at my Aunties’ house with a bunch of other family. They are wonderful hosts, and we had such a great time. They didn’t need any help with meal preparation, but I knew that I couldn’t go over there empty-handed! ;-) I decided to whip up some White Chocolate-Covered Oreos for them and dress them up in a pretty tin with some muffin liners.
This is so simple, it really doesn’t even need a tutorial. You need Oreo’s, Baker’s White Chocolate, and edible glitter (mine is from Williams-Sonoma).
Simply heat the chocolate according to the package directions, then dye with food coloring (or don’t, whatever!) and dip away! I found the best way to do the ones that are completely covered was to place them in the chocolate, stir them around gently with a wooden spoon, and then lift them out of the chocolate with a fork and shake off the excess chocolate.
The tin is a simple one that I bought from Target — I think it was $5? I know that I could have gotten something for a bit cheaper at the Dollar Store, but I didn’t want to make the extra trip.
I customized a simple brown tag from Hobby Lobby with a couple strips of Martha Stewart brand washi tape and my very own chicken scratch (yeah, my handwriting isn’t all that pretty). The bow is from my stash…I’m obsessed with bows. ;-)
What other ways could you customize these for different holidays? Give me some ideas! The options are endless, I’m sure!
- White Chocolate Bark (luckybrand.com)