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Chocolate Cookie Bark

Rated as 4.25 out of 5 Stars

"All you need is chocolate, OREO Cookies and peanut butter to create the perfect sweet gift for sharing! Using your microwave in only a few simple steps, you'll have delicious marbled cookie bark in minutes."
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1 h 20 m servings
Original recipe yields 14 servings


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  • Ready In

  1. Place semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate in separate medium microwaveable bowls. Microwave until completely melted, following directions on package. Add peanut butter to white chocolate; stir until well blended. Crumble half the cookies over chocolate in each bowl; mix well.
  2. Drop spoonfuls of the chocolate mixtures onto wax paper-covered baking sheet, alternating the colors of the chocolates. Cut through chocolate mixtures several times with knife for marble effect.
  3. Refrigerate at least 1 hour or until firm. Break into 14 pieces. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.


  • Size-Wise
  • Looking for a sweet treat to serve at a party or give as a gift? Try this Chocolate Cookie Bark that makes 14 servings so it's perfect for party fare or to give as a gift.
  • Cranberry-Kissed Chocolate Cookie Bark
  • Omit peanut butter. Prepare chocolate mixtures and marbleize as directed. Immediately sprinkle evenly with 1/4 cup dried cranberries. Refrigerate at least 1 hour, then break into pieces as directed.


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Made this for an office party and it was a HIT! I made the first batch exactly as the recipe says. I decided I needed to make more, but was out of Baker's chocolates so I opted to use Almond B...

This recipe is really easy and well liked (even by those "I don't like white chocolate" people). I leave out the peanutbutter and use Trader Joe's peppermint Joe Joe's (their version of Oreos...

Very easy recipe to follow. I think that next time I will try it with the peppermint cookies or add some peppemint extract to the chocolates. I did leave out the peanut butter in this batch beca...

Good recipie for those in a hurry and need a gourmet snack dessert- I like the idea that one user posted of using a mint oreo- definately would add some zing to this. One caution when making th...

Rich great taste! Would probably double the recipe as I didn't seem to get it very thin, but easy to make.

This was excellent. I loved the added PB and next time might use PB oreos with it. I also might try it with mint extract, tint it a little green and add mint oreos. Great!

We switched the semi-sweet chocolate for the unsweetened chocolate on accident. But, it turned out to be really good.

I make candy and take to my doctor's office for the holidays and his nurse always asks if I brought this candy. It is great and so easy to make. I do not measure the peanut butter, you can tel...

I made this for a cookie exchange at work and everyone loved it. Next time I'm going to try it with only half of the peanut butter.