Cookies N’Cream Bark

I’ve been on a no-bake kick lately, because it’s just too darn hot outside to turn on the oven. Also, my sweet-tooth has been on max power and it’s so hard to break the habit of indulging in sweets. The downside of this recipe is that it won’t last long once they’re done. My husband ate nearly the whole thing in less than a day, and my toddler loved the nibbles he got too!


This three ingredient bark is quick and easy to whip up with just the microwave and a few supplies:) Here’s what you’ll need;


White Chocolate Chips


Coconut Oil

Microwave safe bowl

spoon for stirring

Ziploc bag

Wax Paper


Pour the bag of white chocolate chips into your microwave safe bowl and microwave, stirring about every 30 seconds until you have a smooth, lump free consistency. Stir 1 tablespoon coconut oil into the chocolate.

Unlike this bowl, make sure yours is large enough to hold the chocolate chips with room left over for the Oreos to be mixed in later.

While your chocolate is melting, start crushing your Oreos by placing approximately 10-12 in your Ziploc bag. You can crush them using any method you prefer, I just find breaking them into bits is easier if they’re in a sealed bag (Freezer bags are thicker and seem to resist getting holes during the crushing process, but the small one I used here is okay too). A rolling pin works well to quickly annihilate the Oreos, but this time I just used my hands to break them apart. 20180822_195646-15729144618832214229.jpg

When your chocolate is melted, mix your crushed Oreos into the same bowl. Once you’ve incorporated the two ingredients, pour the mixture onto a piece of wax paper and spread it evenly. Make sure you cut your wax paper large enough to contain the mixture as it’s spread out.


Pop it in the refrigerator or freezer to solidify, and then enjoy!

*I made a half batch for these photos, so just half all the ingredients if you want to do the same!


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