Oreo Icecream Chocolate Cupcake Bites




About: I make cake for my friends and family occasionally as a hobby. I also enjoy crocheting.

 Oreos?!  Chocolate?!  Icecream?!  Mmmmmmm, Who wants some??? Well here's how to make it.This fun little dessert will make anyone feel special to have this for there very own treat. My kids couldn't even wait for me to take the pics for this instructable, they had to have the first 3 that I made. (I have 3 kids)

***Look at the end of this instructable to find many more delicious ideas for the chocolate cupcake "container".

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Step 1: You Will Need:

Melting Chocolate -Like Wilton candy melts
Wilton Candy coloring(optional)
Oreo Cookies and Cream Icecream (or another flavor if you prefer)
Wilton Mini Cupcake mold

Step 2: Getting Started

First thing  you need to do is melt your chocolate. Microwave your chocolates on half power in 30 second intervals stirring often until melted and creamy.  Do NOT let water come into contact with the chocolate(make sure the bowl is dry before you put the chocolate in) Put the melted chocolate in the mold up to the line , then put the top part of the mold onto the chocolate .This will displace the chocolate so that your final product will be a hollow chocolate cupcake for you to put the icecream in.Tap it to get the air bubbles out,then flip over and tap again. Chill in the fridge for about 15 min. then move it to the freezer for about 10 min.The chocolate should just pop out of the mold,but be gentle.If for some reason the chocolate breaks ,you can always remelt the chocolate and try again.

NOTE:  I wanted pink chocolate so i dyed my white chocolate with the pink coloring.(pictured)

Step 3: Fill Your Chocolate Cup With Your Desired Contents

Take out your Oreo Cookies and Cream Icecream out of the freezer until it is really soft. Spoon it into the bottom cup and put back into the freezer so it can refreeze.

Step 4: You Are Ready to Enjoy Your Dessert

Now just put the top on.If you want to make the top stay on you can slide the top of the cupcake on a warmed cookie sheet and the little bit of melted chocolate on the end will "glue"the lid on when it sets up. Thats it !!!! Eat or serve as desired.

In addition to filling this cute ,delicous "container" with all the goodness of Oreos and cream.You can fill this with:

personalized m&ms
Oreo Pop mixture - See my Oreo Pop instructable here.
strawberries and whip cream
you can even use them as place settings or favors
****My personal favorite - put your engagement ring inside and surprise her with a sweet propsal**** 

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    14 Discussions


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, this is a great idea! Where did you get the mold? It would have been perfect for the raspberry Oreo sorbet chocolate cupcakes that I just posted. :) That's exactly the sort of thing I needed for the chocolate shell.

    (Shameless plug: https://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-and-Oreo-Sorbet-Cupcakes/)

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I found it at michaels craft store.as soon as I saw it,I knew I had to have it.it was under $3.
    Lol.I should put a link to my oreo pops here too. Oreos are the best aren't they???I have about 2 more ideas of desserts made with oreos,but I don't have time.my daughters birthday is this week. Good luck in the contest!


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I was just about to comment how that is the most perfectly proportioned cupcake I had ever seen, but then I looked at the other pictures :-P

    Great instructable. 5*

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    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    thank you, i love oreos too. If you are in the mood for cold icecream try these but if you want chocolaty oreo goodness,then try my OREO POPS. they are awesome too.here is the link.