How to make Chocolate Covered Oreos with Transfers

Hello everyone! Yes, we have the ‘Make Your Own’ Chocolate Covered Oreos mould in our ShopΒ and we tend to get lots of queries whether they are very complicated to use. People never believe me when I say its easy peasy, so here we go. A picture tutorial on how to make pretty chocolate covered Oreos.

First thing first, decisions decisions. Which new chocolate transfer should I test out? Was excited like a kid in a sweet shop. Our shop now stocks 15 different designs upon your kind request πŸ™‚

Baked By Me Chocolate Transfers

Chocolate transfer sheets are sheets of acetate with cocoa butter printed onto them. They make desserts look very very professional and they are not tedious to use. Promise! Simply pour melted chocolate onto the chocolate transfer sheet and allow to cool before peeling away to reveal a high gloss finish to the now decorated chocolate which you can cut to shape. Alternatively, if you are making chocolates in our fabulous moulds, the transfer sheets can be cut to size and placed on top.

Anyways, I wanted to have pretty patterned chocolate Oreos πŸ™‚ Went with Aztec print and the hearts one.

1) Cut circles out of the Chocolate Transfer Sheet. I traced the mould on the sheet (not on the rough side) The rough side with the design is the side you will be using and we do not want inedible pen marks on that.

Chocolate Transfer Sheet

2) Place the circles (rough side up) inside the Chocolate Oreos mould.

Chocolate Transfers in Chocolate Oreos mould

3) Melt your chocolate. I just used the microwave. Short blast and then stir.

Pour a thin layer of melted chocolate into each mould cavity to completely cover the chocolate transfer sheet.Β These sheets have a thin layer of cocoa butter on them in a pattern. When you add the warm chocolate it melts the cocoa butter and leaves the pattern on the chocolate when it sets. Smart huh? I have always been in awe of them.

Using the Chocolate Oreo mould

4) Top with an Oreo. Be gentle as we don’t want to smudge the chocolate transfer sheet below. It is also best to wait until the first layer of chocolate sets (Shhh, am not very patient)

Chocolate Oreo Mould

Chocolate Oreo Mould

5) Cover the rest of the mould with more melted chocolate. Tap mould gently on your work surface to get rid of any air bubbles.

Chocolate Covered Oreos - The Making

Making of chocolate covered Oreos

6) The wait. I shoved the tray in the fridge and then grabbed a plum to ‘lick’ off the rest of the chocolate. Shucks, should not have revealed that.

Chocolate plum

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The wait is over! πŸ™‚ Time to unmould the Oreos!

Chocolate Coated Oreos

Chocolate Transfers Chocolate Oreos

Heart prints Chocolate Covered Oreo

7) Don’t forget to peel off the chocolate transfer sheets πŸ™‚ It was a very warm day and not fab for handling the chocolates. Had to be very quick.

Chocolate Transfers Aztec Print

Was well pleased though! Loving the Aztec and heart prints. Too gorgeous to eat! (not really) When the Mr saw them, he gobbled them up without thinking twice.

Chocolate Covered Oreos Aztec Print

Chocolate Covered Oreos with transfers

Chocolate Covered Oreos with chocolate transfer sheets

Chocolate Covered Oreos Aztec Print

They were super lush with a cup of tea. Am not a huge huge fan of Oreos BUT Chocolate Covered Oreos, different story altogether.

The combination is delicious and they look very pretty! Perfect for afternoon tea or a dessert table πŸ™‚

You can grab your Chocolate Covered Oreos mould from HERE and have a sneaky peek at the chocolate transfers HERE. Hope you enjoyed the post. xx

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Adela del Pozo
    Jun 25, 2016 @ 07:31:31

    Hi. I LOVE THOSE AZTEC TRANSFER SHEETS. WHERE CAN I GET THEM DO YOU SELL THEM?

    Reply

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