Who’s ready for Halloween? You all already know how much I love decorating for Halloween and Fall! We’ll be sharing some fun decor videos with you soon so be on the lookout for those on our YouTube channel.
Here we’ve made the cutest little pirates you’ll ever see… out of Oreos! These pirate cookies are perfect for a class party for your kids at school. Love them!
This recipe will yield a dozen pirate Oreos (4 red, 4 blue and 4 green)
- Oreo cookie molds
- 12 Oreo cookies (I used the golden flavor but any flavor will work)
- 1 Tablespoon solid shortening
- 1 1/2 cups Wilton bright white chocolate melts
- 24 Wilton small candy eyes
- 1/4 cup Wilton red chocolate melts
- 1/4 cup Wilton blue chocolate melts
- 1/4 cup Wilton green chocolate melts
- M & M candies – 3 each of red, blue and green (cut in half)
- White decorator icing in a tube
- Black decorator icing in a tube
- Optional: white pearls sprinkles
Line a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper and set aside.
In a double boiler, melt the shortening. Add the white chocolate melts and stir occasionally until melted. Once smooth and melted, I found it easier to pour into a microwave safe bowl for easier handling.
Add 2 Tablespoons of the melted chocolate to a cookie mold. Place an Oreo cookie on top of the melted chocolate.
Spoon additional chocolate on top of the Oreo up to the top of the mold. If there are any air bubbles, tap gently on the side of the mold. Continue on until all of the molds are filled.
Place the cookie molds on the baking sheet and chill for one hour to allow the chocolate to harden.
Once the chocolate has hardened, pop the Oreos out of their mold and place directly on the baking sheet. Set aside. Halve M&M’s.
And 1/4 cup of red chocolate melts to a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 45 seconds and stir. Microwave in 10 second increments until smooth and completely melted.
Dip the top 1/3 of four of the Oreos into the melted red chocolate and place back on the baking sheet. Before the chocolate hardens, gently press 2 half pieces of red M&Ms into the Oreo on the bottom right side of the hat/scarf (to resemble the ties). Also, if you would like to put polka dots on the hats, sprinkle some white pearls on the chocolate before it hardens (or you could just use white icing later in the recipe).
Next, repeat using the blue and green chocolate melts and M&M’s.
If you didn’t use pearl sprinkles to add polka dots to the scarf, you can just pipe small dots with your white icing tube.
Use your white icing tube to pipe a stripe across the scarf.
Dab a small amount of white icing on the back of each candy eye and place two on each pirate face (unless you plan on piping a pirate patch, then you would only need one candy).
Using the black icing tube, you can get creative with your pirate faces by drawing a patch or adding a beard and or mustache.
Those are adorable, but above my pay grade. No patience for this.
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Christina Gould says
Those are the cutest cookies I’ve ever seen. I couldn’t bear to eat them. Thanks for sharing!
Karen Glatt says
The Pirate Oreo Cookies are amazing! I love how cute they are and they would be great to make with my niece and nephew.
Cherie Olszewski says
They look so delicious, too good to eat!!!
Mary benack says
Those cookies look so good i gotta try this
This is the cutest idea, hopefully I can do the same thing.
These are so cool! I have never seen Oreos decorated more beautifully or intricately. Not only are these ideal for Halloween, but also a great treat for when the new Johnny Depp ‘Pirates’ movie opens next year!
Jeanna Schirm Massman says
My grandson would love to help me make these.
Amber Terry says
I love the pirate style…it’s cute and these look so incredibly delicious!!! I definitely want to make them 🙂
These are so cute! I may have to try this
I have to go out and get some of the ingredients but wow it is worth it.. my grandson will love these.. Thank you….
Jerry Marquardt says
The recipe of these Fun Halloween Pirate Oreo Cookies will be a winner for this Halloween season. Than you so much for having the kindness to share it with us.
Kimberly Flickinger says
These are too cute and perfect for a Halloween party! thank you for sharing! Happy Fall!
This recipe looks fantastic! Oreos are my favorite cookies, so I know I would love this. I really enjoy all these goodies for Halloween! 🙂
April monty says
These look so yummy,my grandbabies would love if I made them.