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Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos

Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos are shown against a cork background with a plaid napkin and mini gold and red ornaments.

Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos

With the holidays around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about holiday baking. For us, it’s always a must.

It’s one of the most memorable times during the holidays, and to honor the big guy himself, we came up with these super cute Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos.

Not only are they adorable, but they are delicious too!

They are great for holiday parties, cookie exchanges, or any holiday event. The best part is that this recipe is easy enough for kids to help.

If you like these no-bake cookies, check out these Buddy the Elf cupcakes. Buddy himself inspired it!

Read on for the step-by-step recipe and printable recipe below.

Ingredients needed to make the Santa Belt Chocolate Covered oreos.

Things You Will Need:

Yields: One dozen decorated Oreo cookies

You may even want to cover your workspace with parchment paper. Spills happen, especially with kids, and it will help make clean up much easier.

If you want to avoid your cute desserts sticking, use these reusable silicone baking mats!

If you rather skip the mats, line a baking sheet with wax paper and set it aside. In a microwave-safe bowl, microwave candy melts and coconut oil in 30-second intervals until completely melted.

Melted candy with oreos that have been dipped on parchment paper.

With the help of a fork, dip each Oreo cookie into the candy. Place gently onto the lined baking sheet. Let set for at least 15 minutes.

Two lines are drawn on with frosting as Santa'a black belt.

Once everything is set and dry, pipe out one strip of black icing on the bottom portion of each cookie. This will act as Santa’s belt. You can add an extra line for thickness.

Yellow fondant is rolled out, flattened and cut into little pieces.

Roll out your yellow fondant sphere and cut tiny little pieces. Place two on the center of each “belt.” This will act as the belt’s hardware or, what I call, the buckle! Then, pipe out two buttons on each cookie with the white frosting.

Chocolate Covered Santa Hat Oreos.
Delicious Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos.

Ho, Ho, Ho!

Now you have the cutest Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos to bring to your next event. But, of course, maybe you are just going to enjoy them yourself. Don’t worry, we definitely won’t judge!

Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos
Yield: 24

Santa Belt Chocolate Covered Oreos

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Waiting: 15 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

The tried, true, tasty oreos dipped in chocolate. Then decorated to be the jolly belly and belt of the big guy himself, Santa. Super easy dessert and a crowd pleaser!

Ingredients

  • 12 Oreo cookies
  • 2 cups red candy melts
  • 2 tsp coconut oil
  • Black decorating frosting
  • 1 inch sphere yellow fondant
  • White decorating frosting

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside. In a microwave-safe bowl, microwave candy melts and coconut oil in 30-second intervals until completely melted.
  2. With the help of a fork, dip each Oreo cookie into the candy and place gently on lined baking sheet. Let set for at least 15 minutes.
  3. Once everything is set and dry, pipe out one strip of black icing on the bottom portion of each cookie. This will act as Santa’s belt.
  4. Roll out your yellow fondant sphere and cut mini pieces. Place two on the center of each “belt.” This will act as the belt’s hardware.
  5. With the white frosting, pipe out two buttons on each cookie. Happy holidays! 

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Apart from bringing them to events or school, you can definitely pack these as gifts. They would look so cute tucked into a cookie gift box and tied with baker’s twine.

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You can even add a personalized note and attach it to the twine and a bit of festive ribbon, and you’re set.

Keep an eye out for more holiday crafts and recipes in the next couple of weeks!

It is my favorite time of year, and I can’t wait to share it with all of you!

What is your favourite holiday dessert?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!

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80 Comments

  1. These are soooo cute. I know my girls would absolutely love a big batch of these! Perfect for Christmas party!!

  2. These are the cutest! I need to make them with my daughter. They’d be perfect to have around during the holidays.

  3. That looks SO cute! I can’t believe how easy it is to do this! I think we might make this for the kids at school!

  4. What a fabulous Christmas cookie idea! I’m sharing this with my nieces. Thank you so much for this holiday inspiration.

  5. Wow, such a pretty, delicious and easy dessert to prepare for this coming Christmas day and I am sure everyone would love it.

  6. Those are too cute! I know Santa would appreciate us mixing up our cookie offerings on Christmas Eve. These are going to be a hit!

  7. So creative and so festive! Gotta love those Santa belt chocolate covered oreos. They’re easy to prepare too. Thank you for the recipe.

  8. These turned out super cute. I wondered how you got the coating so red. Very smart idea to use the red candy melts.

  9. These look so adorable! Will try it with the kids for our activity advent calendar. In fact, I’ve linked to this recipe!

  10. The perfect Christmas cookie and so festive looking. They seem fairly easy to make too. I will have to try this recipe.

  11. These Oreos are so very adorable. I love being able to take snacks that we already love and make them into something festive for the holidays.

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