white chocolate covered pumpkin spice oreos
The only thing that could possibly make Pumpkin Spice OREOs even better is drenching them in white chocolate and adding a pumpkin spice drizzle. So naturally that is what I did.
Have you tried the Pumpkin Spice OREOs yet? I picked up one of every pumpkin spice product I encountered in stores this year and these were hands down my favorite. One bite of the pumpkin spice creme sandwiched between two golden cookies and I suddenly found myself wanting to clear out the freezer to store enough packages to last me until next fall. Not even kidding, I did that a few years back with the Pumpkin Spice Starbucks VIAs and successfully drank PSLs several times a week for a year. I have a pumpkin spice problem and I’m not afraid to admit it.
It’s no secret that I love OREOs and I love them even more when enrobed in chocolate. These Pumpkin Spice OREOs dipped in white chocolate are like a portable bite of pumpkin pie smothered in whipped cream. They’re fantastic. And if you’re looking to surprise someone across the country – they ship beautifully too. Just wrap them in cellophane, tie with twine or ribbon, and you’ve got a festive fall treat!
- 1 package Pumpkin Spice OREOs
- 1 12-ounce package white candy melts
- ¼ cup Tollhouse pumpkin spice morsels
- In a microwave safe bowl, melt candy melts in 30 second intervals. Stir between each interval and repeat until smooth.
- Melt pumpkin spice morsels in a separate bowl using the above method. Carefully transfer to a pastry bag or ziplock bag with tip cut off for drizzling.
- Dip each cookie in melted wafers, coating all sides completely. Lift with fork and tap to remove excess chocolate. I find running an offset spatula under the fork/cookie helps get the last of the chocolate off for a clean transfer.
- Transfer cookies to silicone mat or wax paper, drizzle with melted pumpkin spice baking chips, and allow to harden completely.
- Package in clear cellophane bags tied with coordinating ribbon and share with others to spread some holiday cheer!
To make these even easier, I highly suggest the Wilton Candy Melting Pot to melt your candy wafers. (Disclaimer: totally not sponsored, just wanting to share). I’m a firm believer that if a gadget only has one function, it is taking up precious real estate in my limited cabinet space. However, after discovering our new home was sans microwave I needed an easy option for melting chocolate and suddenly wondered where this had been all my life. It has two settings to melt and then keep warm and is a life saver while working on chilly days.