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How to make Graduation Cap Oreo Cookies

How to make Graduation Cap Oreo Cookies

As much as we’re looking forward to the Summer, a part of me is feeling a little sad that my youngest is soon to graduate from Infant School. She’s been busy practising her lines for her Leavers Assembly as she has a few lines to say. We’ve been shopping for her outfit too and I’ve finally managed to get her in a dress, albeit a shirt dress. We’ve been planning our Teacher gifts but I thought it would be fun to make some Graduation Cap Oreo Cookies to celebrate her last day of school.

Graduation Cap Oreo Cookies ingredients:

Ghirardelli Chocolate Squares

Fudge Covered Oreo Cookies

Yellow icing (pictured: Wilton Yellow Icing Pouch with Tips, 8oz)

Milk chocolate morsels

ingredients to make Graduation Oreo cookies

How to make Graduation Cap Oreo Cookies

Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl in the microwave on high, stirring every 15 to 20 seconds until it has melted. Do not overheat as the chocolate will seize. If the chocolate becomes tough, you can add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil or vegetable shortening. Do not add water.

chocolate squares

Pipe a curved line from the middle of each chocolate square to the corner. Add a small dot of icing in the middle at the beginning of the line.

decorated chocolate square

Dip one side of the Fudge Covered Oreo in the melted chocolate.

oreo dipped in chocolate

Immediately press against the branded side of a Ghirardelli Chocolate square.

oreo graduation cookie treat

Allow chocolate and icing to set completely prior to packaging or serving.

What do you think? These would go down a treat for any kind of graduation celebration and are so quick and simple to make.

You may also be interested in our Decorated Graduation Pretzel Rods


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    June 24, 2019 at 7:55 am

    These are too cute! I’ll show this to my friend, her daughter graduates soon!

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    Sarah | A Few Favourite Things
    June 24, 2019 at 9:08 am

    These are adorable! My youngest is leaving the nursery in July to head off to preschool in September so I feel I need to make a batch of these to take in for her little friends

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