Once again, my mom and I got this idea from a close friend and we could NOT resist making them for my Grandparents 70th Wedding Anniversary. Party favors can be hit or miss. . . and can most definitely be a waste of money. Edible party favors are almost always a hit. . . cupcakes, custom candy bars, white chocolate covered Oreos?!

These favors are so very easy, and delicious! Try them out at your Easter brunch/lunch/dinner this Sunday…

White Chocolate-Covered Oreo Favors

You Need:

  • Oreo’s, your choice in flavors and quantity!
  • White Chocolate Chips, 1 bag per regular size Oreo package (NOTE: You can also use the vanilla candy coating that is microwaveable in its own tray as seen in the images.)
  • Cookie Sheet, or cooling racks
  • Wax Paper, to cover cookie sheets- for easy clean up


Simply melt chocolate. If you are using white chocolate chips, melt using a double boiling system* as to not burn the chocolate. If you get the easy to melt vanilla candy coating, follow package instructions in the microwave or oven.

Grab some tongs and open up your Oreos. . . and DIP IN!

Roll Oreos around and then place on wax papered cookie sheets to cool. Let set for 12 hours before packaging.

For easy instructions on double boiling chocolate. . . click here.

To Package as Favors:

Choose a color-coordinated sheer fabric or pick up sheer, drawstring sacks at Michael’s or JoAnns. Place two Oreo’s in the fabric, tie with ribbon and add a tag for the occasion.

The favors are so delicious, I doubt they will make it out of the party without being devoured!


Happy St Patty’s week!

Going to a St Patty’s party or having a get-together at your house? Try this unique Irish cocktail and green appetizer for a little something different.

Black Velvet:

1 Bottle Guinness

1 Splash of Champagne or Sparking Wine


White Bean, Artichoke and Basil Tapenade

1 12oz Jar of Artichokes (Marinated or Plain), Use only 1/2 of the juice

2 Cans of Great Northern White Beans, Drained

1/2 Cup of  Fresh Basil

1 Large Garlic Clove, Crushed

Salt and Pepper to taste


Combine all in the food processor.

Mix until basil is spread throughout and color becomes light green.

Salt and Pepper to taste.

Serve atop crusty bread or these delicious parmesan crisps from Trader Joe’s.