How To Make Easy Oreo Petit Fours

Making fancy petit fours can be really, really hard. Well, we got you covered. Super easy and quick chocolate covered Oreos with bows are a great substitute and come out perfectly every time without even having to turn on the oven. Spoon melted coating into the mold and press in an with an easy to make bow and you have yourself a baby shower treat idea that can't be beat. Not having a girl? Choose yellow or blue chocolate bows instead for a quick change up.

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Place half the coating discs in a microwave safe bowl and heat on half power, stirring every 30 seconds or so until melted. (Do not overheat the coating or it could burn).

Melted candy coating

Fill each mold cavity 1/3 full and then tap the mold on the counter to settle the coating and remove any air bubbles. Gently press an Oreo into each cavity, until the coating around the sides reaches the top of the mold.

Filling a chocolate oreo mold

Pressing an Oreo into a cookie mold

Place the mold in the freezer for 15 minutes and then flip the cookies out. Repeat this whole process until you've used up all your melted coating.

Oreo cookie mold


Melt the pink coating the same way that you melted the white. Spoon a little coating into each mold and then drop the mold on the counter a few times to spread the coating. Then, use a spatula to or other flat sided tool to scrape across the mold to remove any excess coating.

Filling a chocolate bow mold

Place in the freezer for 10 minutes and then flip them out of the mold. Attach each bow to a cookie using a dot of melted coating.

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Oreo petit fours for a baby shower