Easy Oreo Filled Snowflake Cookies

These crazy easy no bake snowflake cookies are the perfect dessert to bring to your next Christmas party or give as a Holiday cookie gift to your friends and family. They're both shimmery and festive and you don't even have to turn on the oven to create these little beauties. Melted candy coating is spooned into a basic chocolate mold, press in and Oreo and pop out a perfectly shaped cookie. Top with some shimmer and fondant snowflakes and you have yourself a really spectacular, seasonal treat.


Looking for more Holiday cookie ideas? Check out our kid friendly Scribble Stocking Cookie Tutorial and our step by step Snow Globe Cookie Tutorial.


RECIPE NOTES:  One bag of candy coating makes about 20 cookies. One tub of fondant will make several dozen snowflakes.


Availability: In stock

Shop ProductsPriceQty
12 oz Light Blue Candy Coating
$5.95
Paintbrushes - Set of 5
$8.95
Fat Daddio's White Rolled Fondant Icing - 8 oz
$6.95
Snowflake Plunger Cutter - Set of 3
$16.95

Out of stock

Luster Dust - Super Pearl - 2g
$4.95
Oreo Cookie Chocolate Mold
$3.95
Brenda and Mary

Find out more about Mary and Brenda

Newsletter signup

Follow along

Availability: In stock

STEP 1: MELT CANDY COATING AND FILL MOLD

Place some candy coating in a microwave safe bowl. Heat in the microwave on half power, stirring every 30 seconds until the discs are completely melted. (Do not overheat the discs or they will burn). Spoon a tablespoon of coating into each cavity so each is about 1/4-1/3 full.

Filling an Oreo Cookie Mold

Drop the mold on the counter a few times to even out the coating. Then press one oreo into each mold.

Oreo Cookie Mold

Place the mold in the freezer for about 10 minutes or until the cookies are firm. Flip the mold and pop out the cookies (they should pop out easily, otherwise place the mold back in the freezer for a few more minutes).

Blue Chocolate Covered Oreos

STEP 2: BRUSH WITH SHIMMER AND ADD SNOWFLAKES

Let the cookies sit for about 10 minutes to let them come back to room temperature a bit. Dab a paintbrush in luster dust and tap off the excess. Brush the shimmer powder in a circle around the top edge of the cookie to make them look frosted....or wherever you think it looks best!

Using luster dust on cookies

On a surface covered lightly with powdered sugar, roll out some white fondant thinly. Use a punch cutter to punch out a snowflake, then, press down on the snow flake to make an embossed texture. Lift and pop the snowflake into your hand.

Using a snowflake punch cutter

snowflake punch cutter

With a toothpick, dab some additional melted coating on the back of the snowflake and place on top of the cookie.

Fondant Snowflakes

Adding a snowflake to an oreo cookie

Voila! You're done. Look at these little shimmery no bake beauties!

Chocolate Covered Oreos with Snowflakes

How To Make Chocolate Covered Oreos with Snowflakes

Cake, Cookie and Cupcake Ideas Galore!

You may also like