Christmas Tree Oreo Cookies: No-Bake Christmas Desserts

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… and I am here for it! The holidays are such a special time for our family, and this year is no exception. With our recent addition to our family, this holiday will certainly be memorable as our little one will experience a first Christmas.

Christmas Tree OREOs
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I like to make holiday recipes, especially desserts, and these Oreo cookies are a festive upgrade to a traditional snack. This recipe is actually a “hack” that shows you how to take a traditional Oreo cookie and turn it into something that is a show stopper at your holiday meal.

Ready to get baking? Just kidding! This is a no bake Christmas dessert so grab the kids and let’s go!

Looking for other kid-friendly holiday recipes? Try making Christmas Cake Mix Cookies or one of these 10+ Tasty Christmas Snacks for Kids. Another family favorite recipe idea is my Christmas Puppy Chow. It’s a hit with everyone in my family.

OREO Christmas Trees

If you want to try designing other holiday scenes on your Oreos, you could try a snowman face with a black cookie icing and orange and black sprinkles. The possibilities are endless, and your creativity can dream up other holiday characters.

One idea that you could try is to set up a cookie decorating station for your family or, if you are a teacher, for your classroom. Let everyone decorate their very own Oreo and let their ideas come to life. 

Christmas Tree OREOs

Oreo Cookie Recipes

Oreos are a versatile recipe ingredient, and they can be used to make so many different kinds of dishes. This Easy Kid-Friendly Recipe: Turkey Oreos is another holiday recipe that children love to make.

You could also break out your air fryer and make Air Fried Oreos. This one is a personal favorite since it uses only three ingredients. If you want to try a more decadent dessert, don’t skip my Instant Pot Oreo Cheesecake. Did you know you could “bake” in your pressure cooker? It is such a unique way to make a crowd-pleasing dessert. 

Christmas Tree OREOs

How to Make No-Bake Christmas Desserts: Christmas Oreos

The key here is to use fudge covered Oreos. These are a seasonal offering, and they are delicious! They are traditional Oreo cookies that are “dipped” in white chocolate. You can find them in your local grocery store, and I have also seen them in the seasonal section of Target and Walmart as well as the cookie aisle. 

Christmas Tree OREOs

Christmas baking supplies are also essential to this recipe. Round sprinkles, star sprinkles, and green frosting will be key to designing your “Christmas tree” on each cookie. There is a lot of room for creativity here, so you can also use other supplies if desired. 

Christmas Tree OREOs

To begin designing your Christmas tree Oreo, take one fudge-covered Oreo. Draw a Christmas tree using the green frosting. Make sure to use green frosting that comes with a thin tip so you can design it easily.

Christmas Tree OREOs

Use the round sprinkles as “ornaments” and place a star sprinkle on top of the tree as your Christmas tree topper. 

Christmas Tree OREOs

Christmas Tree Oreos

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

This simple no-bake recipe hack lets you design cute Christmas tree Oreo cookies!

Ingredients

  • 1 package of White Chocolate Fudge Covered Oreos 
  • 1 tube of Green Frosting with a thin tip
  • 1 container of Round Sprinkles
  • 1 container of Star Sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Take a fudge-covered Oreo & draw a Christmas Tree using the green frosting. You will do a zig-zag design.
  2. Use the round sprinkles as ornaments. Place gently throughout the green frosting.
  3. Place a star on the top of the tree as a topper.
  4. Serve & enjoy! 

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Nutrition Information
Yield 12 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 74Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 2mgSodium 25mgCarbohydrates 10gFiber 0gSugar 9gProtein 1g

Nutrition information is an estimate.

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I hope this easy recipe hack inspired you to try something new for holiday desserts this year. Be sure to add this recipe to your favorite recipe board on Pinterest. Here’s to a happy holiday!
How to Make Christmas Oreos

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