What I love most approximately the Baby Shark OREO Cookies that they may be a laugh to make for the whole family and taste scrumptious. I also like their stupid faces because they make me consider my grandbaby, who dances and sings to the baby shark song. These are top for any occasion; birthday parties, Christmas parties, baby showers, football parties, and any type of circle of relatives get together.
I like the use of the We bake cylinder mold. It made of FDA accepted food-grade, thick silicone, and BPA free. It’s flexible and non-stick and pops crafts out easy.
These scrumptious Baby Shark Oreo Cookies are fantastic to make, and the children may even help. I hope your youngsters enjoy this cookie recipe as much as my grandbaby.
Chocolate included Shark Oreo Ingredients
*1 1/2 cup yellow or coloration of preference Wilton Candy Melts (click here)
*12 ordinary or double stuff Oreo Cookies
*6 Lg Blue Airhead Candy
*2 Lg Red Airhead Candy
*four Lg White Airhead Candy
*Wilton White Decorator Icing
*24 Wilton Candy Eyes
Kitchen Utensils for this recipe
*Silicone Cookie Molds
*Silicone baking cookie sheet
*Measuring Cup & spoons
1.*Warm or soften the Yellow candy melts in a Wilton candy warmer or double boiler pan until completely melted and smooth while stirring often.
2.*You also can melt candy in the microwave but follow bundle directions. Use a microwave-safe bowl and be careful, as the pot may grow to be hot.
3.*Use 2 Tablespoons of the melted candy in every cookie mold and softly shake to coat the bottom.
4.*Place an OREO cookie in every shape, on top of the melted chocolate.
5.*Pour 1-2 Tablespoons extra melted Yellow sweet on top of every cookie and top off to the pinnacle of every mold.
6*Refrigerate for 20 mins or longer to permit the chocolate to harden.
7*While your child shark Oreo set, make the fins and mouths
*For the shark fins
8*Blue Airheads candy cut out 36 (1 half of inch long) triangles and set aside.
9*Red Airheads candy reduces out 12 shark mouths.
10*White Airheads candy, Cut out shark teeth as you desire.
11*Apply a small dot of white icing to the back of every tooth and location it on the pink mouth
To make the shark faces:
12*Make 2 dots of icing at the hardened Oreo cookies. Place the eyes at the frosting. Press down softly with fingers.
13*put icing on the wafer where every mouth is going and softly lay the teeth-crammed mouths over the glaze. Press down softly with fingers.
14*For the Top shark fin, gathers 12 of the blue triangles and softly bend the upper tip to the right. Put icing across the bottom of each top ridge. Lay the pinnacle edge of the Oreo on pinnacle and press down gently.
15*For the 12 Left fins, positioned icing throughout the bottom of every peak and be part of to the left-returned edge of every Oreo cookie and press down softly with fingers.
16*For the 12 Right fins, make icing across the bottom of each ridge and be part of to the right-back edge of every shark cookie and press down softly with fingers.
17* Place the Yellow shark Oreo cookies within the refrigerator for a half-hour or until hardened. Enjoy
How to Make Shark Oreo
*Warm or melt the Yellow candy melts in a Wilton candy hotter or double boiler pan till wholly melted and clean at the same time as stirring often.
*You can also melt candy in the microwave but follow package directions. Use a microwave-safe bowl and be careful, as the container may end up hot.
*Use 2 Tablespoons of the melted sweet in every cookie mold and softly shake to coat the bottom.
*Place an OREO cookie in each frame, on top of the melted chocolate.
*Pour 1-2 Tablespoons extra melted yellow candy on a pinnacle of each cookie and fill up to the top of every mold.
*Refrigerate for 20 mins or longer to permit the chocolate to harden.
*While your child shark Oreo set, make the fins and mouths:
For the shark fins
*Blue Airheads candy cut out 36 (1 half of inch long) triangles and set aside.
*Red Airheads candy cut out 12 shark mouths.
*White Airheads candy, Cut out shark tooth as you desire.
*Apply a small dot of white icing to the back of each teeth and vicinity it on the pink mouth.
*Gently pop the shark Oreo out of the molds and area on your organized cookie sheet.
To make the shark faces:
*Make two dots of icing at the hardened Oreo cookies. Place the eyes at the frosting. Press down softly with fingers.
*positioned the icing on the wafer where every mouth is going and softly lay the teeth-stuffed mouths over the filling. Press down lightly with fingers.
*For the pinnacle shark fin, collect 12 of the blue triangles and gently bend the top tip to the proper. Put icing across the bottom of every pinnacle fin. Lay the top edge of the Oreo on pinnacle and press down firmly.
*For the 12 left fins, placed icing throughout the bottom of each ridge and fasten to the left-lower back edge of every Oreo cookie and press down firmly with fingers.
*For the prevailing 12 right fins, make icing throughout the bottom of every ridge and be part of to the right-returned edge of each shark cookie and press down softly.
*Allow the shark cookies to stay on the cookie sheet and area inside the refrigerator for 20 mins for the entirety to set. Enjoy!
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Wow, this is actually the first time I’m reading about baby shark Oreo cookies, I know of the song it’s my daughter’s play song. I hope she loves this cookies. I’ll share this article with my wife so she’ll check it out if it does not have any allergies for our kids, if it doesn’t I’ll be so pleased to make some with my family. Thanks for the directions for making it alongside the ingredients and utensils needed, they be of great help. Thanks.
Thank you for dropping by and leaving a kind comment. These Blue Baby Shark Oreo cookies are fun to make and your daughter will absolutely love them. Let me know if I can help you with anything.
Enjoy! ~ margaret
Okay, doesn’t look so hard to make. I think i got this covered. My sister’s daughter has been talking about making the baby shark oreo cookies(i didn’t know that is what they were actually called) but i didn’t know how to go about it. She had some at a friends sleepover a couple of days ago. I am happy that you have given the direction here. I make cookies before so it shouldn’t be a problem. Thank you.
Hi, thank you for your kind comment. The blue baby shark Oreo Cookies are fun and easy to make. I think your sister’s daughter will love them. If I can help you with anything, please let me know.
Have fun making the cookies!
This would be the perfect way to kickstart a new week for my kids by making this for them today. Though I have never made the chocolate ore before but then, going by the guide and recipes you have shared here, I will surely try to make use of it. Going by the ingredients list, I am quite okay with most thing I have seen here and I have most at home. However, I will try to check for more so that i can replicate the baby shark oreo cookies
Thank You Bella for kind comment. This recipe is very easy and the cookies are delicious. Yes, you can replace the Oreo cookie and use a different kind of cookie if you like. If you have any questions or if I can help you with the recipe please let me know.
I am a bit scared about this one that you have written here because i am not so much of a chef but i like trying new stuff out and i am already giving the baby shark oreo a thought. The ingredients dont look so much but the direction look a bit bulky. I think ill have a friend over when i want to make the cookie.
Hello John, thank you for dropping by and for your kind comment. The baby shark Oreo cookies are very easy to make. If you have any questions or if I can help you with the recipe please let me know.:)
Best Wishes ~ Margaret