Oreo bark is a quick and easy sweet treat. I like to use double stuffed chocolate Oreo cookies, but you can use any of the Oreo cookie flavors for a different taste. For Halloween, I tint the melted bark orange just before adding the cookies, and I also use the Oreo cookies with the orange filling. Serving size can vary. This recipe only uses 1/2 package of cookies, but you might as well buy and extra package of bark and make a second batch because it won't last long!
1Line a large jelly roll pan, or cookie sheet with waxed paper. Coat the waxed paper with a non-stick spray, or you can also lightly oil it. Set aside.
2Break half of the package of cookies (crème filling and all) into coarse pieces. You can do this procedure anyway you like. A couple of ways are… put the cookies in a large baggie and zip it shut. Then take a rolling pin and crush the cookies in the bag into course pieces. You can also put them in a food processor and pulse a second or two. Set aside.
3In a microwave safe glass bowl, melt one package of the white bark. Remove from microwave and stir in the broken cookie pieces. Pour mixture into prepared pan; spreading it over the entire pan. Refrigerate until solid.
4Flip over the pan of bark onto a large cutting board and peel off the wax paper. Cut bark with large knife to break into pieces. Store bark in an airtight container.