3 Ingredient Cookies ‘n Cream Mummy Bark

Easy 3 ingredient cookies n’ cream mummy bark is the perfect fun and spooky halloween treat. 

3 Ingredient Cookies 'n Cream Mummy Bark | lecremedelacrumb.com

We’re gearing up for Halloween in our house a little early this year and I’m having a heck of a time deciding what on earth to dress my kids up as. Having one year old twins, I’m feeling all of this pressure to come up with a clever and adorable twin-costume idea but as much as I rack my brain it’s just not happenin’. And of course it needs to be homemade right? Gahhhhhh. Let’s add the fact that we’re moving this week – buying and selling a home with two little crazy rugrats is no joke – and the stress is really rising fast.

3 Ingredient Cookies 'n Cream Mummy Bark | lecremedelacrumb.com

One thing I don’t have to worry about is what fun and spooky treat to make for the family Halloween party. This 3 ingredient cookies ‘n cream mummy bark is where. it. is. at! So incredibly easy to make in just 15 minutes and it combines two of my very favorite things – white chocolate and Oreos!

3 Ingredient Cookies 'n Cream Mummy Bark | lecremedelacrumb.com

3 Ingredient Cookies 'n Cream Mummy Bark | lecremedelacrumb.com
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3 Ingredient Cookies 'n Cream Mummy Bark

Easy 3 ingredient cookies n' cream mummy bark is the perfect fun and spooky halloween treat.

Course Dessert
Keyword bark, halloween, mummy
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings 16
Author Tiffany

Ingredients

  • 2 cups white chocolate chips
  • 8 chocolate sandwich cookies
  • candy eyes

Instructions

  1. Chop cookies into quarters and set aside. (Be sure to keep the bits and crumbs that fall aside when you're chopping the cookies).

  2. Place chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on half power for 2 minutes. Stir, return to microwave for 20 seconds at a time stirring after each until smooth. Transfer 1/4 cup of the chocolate to a resealable plastic bag and set aside.

  3. Set aside the large cookie pieces and add the rest of the bits and crumbs to the white chocolate and stir to combine.

  4. Pour chocolate onto a foil-lined baking sheet. Use the back of a spoon to spread chocolate to 1/8 inch thickness. Press reserved cookie pieces into the chocolate. Put the baking sheet in the fridge or freezer for 2-5 minutes until chocolate cools completely.

  5. Snip the corner of the plastic bag and drizzle reserved chocolate over the cooled chocolate and cookies. Press candy eyes into drizzled chocolate in pairs to create mummy eyes.

  6. Return to fridge or freezer until completely cooled. Use a butter knife to cut into chocolate to break into pieces and serve or store in airtight container at room temperature up to 1 week.

 

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hey girl this looks so good! I love sweets!

Exactly like my recipe from last year. Even some of the photos http://bloomdesignsonline.com/2015/09/mummy-bark.html

    Oh how cute! Just hopped over to see, I love that you incorporated pretzels and dark chocolate! Such a fun Halloween dessert!

      Thanks. I see you also liked my photo styling. Feel free to credit my blog for your inspiration.

        Hi Jenny, I’ve actually never visited or heard of your blog before today when you left me your link and I have no reason whatsoever to copy anyone else’s work, my own photography has made my blog as successful as it is. Wish you all the best though!

You actually don’t need to visit my blog to view my work. It’s all over Pinterest and Facebook. The work speaks for itself. Thanks though. All the best to you too!

    Jenny, You are incredibly rude and inappropriate in your attack. Because of that, I won’t ever visit your blog and I’m sure anyone with any sense reading this will feel exactly the same. How classless. Keep up the great work Tiffany!

      Kimberly, you are correct. Classless. Tiffany, I will be making these for my grands this year! Such fun!

        I hope your little grandkids love these! Thanks, Deborah!

I love this recipe. Simply because it only uses three ingredients, yet looks so great and gourmet. I have to try these.

Hey!
I made a six batches of these last night for a PTO treat bar for our school teachers AND a Girl Scout Halloween party. (It was a long night!) This was my first time making bark but a coworker recommended a table spoon of shortening per bag of chocolate to help it stay smooth and shiny. Other than that I stayed true to the recipe. The first batch I ran through I forgot to put the microwave at half power, but two minutes seemed to do the trick perfectly. So I just kept up that routine. Also, I forgot the first couple of batches to mix the cookie crumbs in the white chocolate before spreading. I sprinkled them on top instead, but it looks way better to mix it in. I wont make that mistake again! All-in-all it was so easy and fun!! And yummy!!! My kiddos loved helping too. This is a recipe that they could help with every single step. I loved it!

Side note: It also looks stinking adorable!! I picked up a square black paper platter from Hobby Lobby ($1.40 for two) because I loved the way the photo showed the bark on a black plate. I wish I could attach a picture to show you!!

Thanks a million for the recipe, I may volunteer to make more food for 90 people if I can find recipes like this!