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Oreo Sheep

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Turn store bought Oreo Cookies into adorably cute sheep for your Easter baskets. Each Oreo Sheep is coated in white chocolate and topped with lots of tiny marshmallows.

Dip Oreo Cookies in white chocolate then toss on lots of tiny marshmallows and a candy lamb head. These Oreo Sheep make the perfect Easter treat.

Hi Everyone, it’s Beth from Hungry Happenings here to show you how you can quickly make some cute treats for Easter. Jill has been super busy lately so she asked me to drop by and share a simple tutorial with you.

I bet many of you are looking for some sweets to bring to your kid’s class for Easter, or to put into your child’s basket, or even to bring in to work. But Easter is just a few days away, so you need something you can create in a hurry. These Oreo Sheep are perfect.

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Oreo Sheep Ingredients

You’ll Need:

Oreo Cookies
White Candy Melts, melted (see Chocolate Making Tips page for directions)
Tiny Marshmallows (Kraft Mallow Bits)*
candy sheep heads (Wilton Decorating Kit)**

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*You can find the Kraft Mallow Bits at the grocery store near the hot chocolate.

**Wilton makes great cupcake decorating kits for each holiday and for Easter they came out with a kit that has cute sheep heads made out of royal icing. The kit also includes marshmallows which you could use, if you prefer.

Dip Oreo Cookies in white chocolate then toss on lots of tiny marshmallows and a candy lamb head. These Oreo Sheep make the perfect Easter treat.

To make the sheep, dip an Oreo into the white candy melts, then lift it out using either a dipping fork or a kitchen fork. Allow the excess candy coating to drip off.

Immediately set the cookie onto a pile of the tiny marshmallows.

Set a royal icing lamb head in the center of the cookie then sprinkle tiny marshmallows all over the cookie, pressing them onto the top and sides, as needed. Let the cookie sit in the marshmallows for a few minutes before moving it.

If you want your sheep to be fluffier, dip some tiny marshmallows in the candy melts and press them onto the cookie where needed.

Let the candy melts dry completely, for about 15 minutes. Then you can place your sheep on a platter or in bags or boxes.

Dip Oreo Cookies in white chocolate then toss on lots of tiny marshmallows and a candy lamb head. These Oreo Sheep make the perfect Easter treat.

That’s it. That’s all it takes to make an entire flock of these cute little treats.

If you store them in an airtight container they will stay fresh for a few weeks.

Sheep pretzels

For a fun alternative, dip pretzels in white candy melts and make Pretzel Pop Sheep.

Sheep shaped treats are perfect for Easter or a farm themed party.

If you can’t find the Wilton decorating kits with the royal icing lamb heads, you can make your own using candy melts like I used to create the Oreo Lamb Lollipops pictured above.

Check out these other sheep shaped treats for more ideas…

Oreo Lamb Lollipops (with candy melt heads) •  S’mores Sheep
Sheep Fruit Snack •  Fluffy Sheep Cupcakes
Shaun the Sheep Pops •  Mini Sheep Shepherd’s Pie

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Oreo Sheep
 
White chocolate dipped Oreos topped with tiny marshmallows and candy sheep heads.
Author:
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 12 ounces white candy melts
  • 12 Oreo Cookies
  • 12 royal icing sheep heads
  • 6 ounces tiny marshmallows (Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits)
Instructions
  1. Pour candy melts into a small microwave safe bowl.
  2. Heat on high power for 15-30 second increments, stirring after each, until melted.
  3. Dip an Oreo in the white candy melts.
  4. Lift out using a dipping fork and allow the excess candy coating to fall off.
  5. Set on a pile of tiny marshmallows.
  6. Press a royal icing sheep head in the center of the cookie.
  7. Sprinkle tiny marshmallows all over the cookie.
  8. Let dry for a few minutes before moving to a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  9. Repeat, creating 12 Oreo Sheep.

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7 comments

  1. These are adorable and they look simple and delicious!!

  2. I am dying over how freaking cute these little sheep are! They’re almost too cute to eat. Almost.

  3. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing! I will definitely try them with the kids at my learning house in Paris! <3