Day 2 – Christmas Pudding Chocolate Covered Oreos

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Mmmmm!  Christmas pudding shaped Chocolate Covered Oreos!

Now you can get specific chocolate oreo moulds that are a good deal smaller than the way I’m doing these.  I don’t have one, my kitchen is bursting with equipment and I may be the recipient of an angry husband should any more essential bits and pieces make their way into our house!

They’ve turned out just perfectly and are just right to wrap up as a gifts.

You will need:

75g White chocolate

500g Dark or milk chocolate

10 Oreos (there’s 12 in a packet, you don’t need to ask me what happened to the other 2!)

Royal icing – white and green

Red ball sprinkles


Makes 10


So no mould needed, just a silicone cupcake tray.

Make sure its clean and completely dry.

Note:  Tempered chocolate will always behave better for you than a straightforward melt, if you fancy giving it a go then my instructions are here.

Melt the white chocolate gently and add it to a disposable piping bag.

Snip off the end and in the base of the silicone cupcake tray pipe in the top part of the christmas pudding design.

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Try and keep it in a fairly thin layer.

Set them to one side and let the chocolate set.

Now for the dark chocolate.  Melt about 100g of it to begin with.

Same process into a piping bag, snip off the end and fill in the rest of the base to meet the white section and let it set.

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Melt up the rest of the dark chocolate, if you’re using small piping bags, split it over 2 bags rather than jamming it in one as it will ooze over the top.  I know, I tried!

Add an oreo into each recess.

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Pipe around the oreo with the chocolate to fill in the space at the sides.

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Then pipe over the top, just enough to seal in the oreo.  Dont worry if the top is lumpy bumpy to begin with.  Tap the cases on the worksurface until it levels out.

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With them all sealed in, leave them to set completely.  It takes about 4 hours but leaving them overnight is ideal to be doubly sure.

All set up, now it’s time for the decoration.  Mix up a fairly thick royal icing you don’t need much – just using the stuff from a packet but go slowly with the water, it’s easy to add too much and end up with it too thin.

Colour half of it green and keep the rest white.  Add them both to separate piping bags.

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Release the chocolate covered oreos from the silcone tray.

Snip the end from the green and pipe two small leaves at the top – as you apply pressure just squiggle the bag in a zig zag to create the movement in the leaf shape.

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Add on a few small red balls for berries, the wet leaves will hold them in position.

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Snip a very small amount from the bag of white royal icing and pipe small dots over the body of the christmas pudding.

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Allow the piped decoration to set and then serve/wrap/munch!

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Christmas Pudding Chocolate Covered Oreos

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire

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21 Responses to Day 2 – Christmas Pudding Chocolate Covered Oreos

  1. Caroline Lowings says:

    These look yummy and very appealing for children but my kids aren’t keen on dark chocolate. Can you get the same effect with milk chocolate? x

  2. traceyh says:

    amazing ruth ! xx

  3. Bernice says:

    WOW! These look amazing and sound delicious.

  4. Nazima says:

    gorgeous idea and you make it look so simple. I shall be trying this out!

  5. Nikk Malee says:

    Can’t stand Christmas pud but these are a must, on my way to buy a silicone mould. Thanks Ruth even more excited now 🙂

  6. These are fabulous! Might have to give these a go myself, thanks for sharing! x

  7. Izzy says:

    Wow! They look really good!

  8. Gill says:

    Those look amazing, I have some heart shaped silicone bake trays, I can feel some playing coming on

  9. Iris says:

    Oooo, they are super duper lovely. We have them chocolate oreos mould on our website and you gave us such a fab idea. Thank you very much xxx

  10. Shazza says:

    these are fantastic x

  11. Gemma Samanta says:

    These look amazing! And I have a spare pack of Oreos in the cupboard. Am definitely making these x

  12. Laura says:

    They look amazing! I have a Q about royal icing – where on earth can i buy packet royal icing (which i assume you just add a little water to)?? I cant find it anywhere just regular icing sugar or roll icing. I begrudingly avoid royal icing recipes as don’t want to have to mix it myself with egg whites any more. Would love to know so i can stock up. Thanks!

  13. Lorna says:

    These look so scrummy – not sure many would make it out of the kitchen as gifts!!

  14. Sarah Revill says:

    I love these, roll on kids holidays so we can do some serious baking

  15. Wow, these look incredible, especially as you get an Oreo in the middle!

  16. Claire says:

    Hi ruth, do these go in the fridge to set? How long will they last wrapped in cellophane? Also I love your 12 days of xmas and love foward to a new bake every day 🙂

  17. I’ve been putting off attempting to temper chocolate for ages but this recipe has pushed me over the edge! Going to try this tomorrow, they look amazing 🙂

  18. Kirsty says:

    Hi Ruth
    What milk and white chocolate would you recommend? Am I best with the callibut or just supermarket brand?

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