With Halloween around the corner, we’ll share our recipe for Oreo Nutella bat bites! You only need three ingredients, Oreo cookies, Nutella and white candy melts or chocolate, to make these super quick no bake treats. We also came up with a cute gift box, which you can download at the end of this post, to get the bites ready for young Trick-or-Treaters.
Watch the video tutorial and learn to make Oreo Nutella bat bites in 4 easy steps!
A Oreo-Nutella Inspired Collab with Chika from Borrowed Delights
This tutorial is part of a Oreo-Nutella-themed collaboration with the lovely Chika from Borrowed Delights! Her incredibly delicious Nutella Oreo Parfaits are a must-see, so please check out her video tutorial and read the written recipe at her blog! Chika offers a wonderful collection of sweet and savoury treats, so make sure to subscribe to her channel for more great recipes ! You can also connect with Borrowed Delights on Instagram, Pinterest and Google+!
More from the Bad Bats Halloween series
Oreo Nutella Bat Bites
Prep Time: 15 min
Cooling Time: 1 hr
Yields: 25 to 30 bites
- 32 Oreos cookies
- 6 – 8 tbsp Nutella
- white candy melts or white chocoalte
- printable gift box (download below)
- mixing bowl
- microwave-safe bowl
- rubber gloves (optional)
1) Grind the Oreos
Place 2/3 of the Oreo cookies in a blender and pulse until they become fine crumbs. Set four teaspoons of crumbs aside for decorating.
2) Make the Oreo-Nutella-Mixture
Add the crumbs and a few tablespoons Nutella into a mixing bowl and combine until the mixture turns into a thick paste. Break the remaining 1/3 of cookies into small bits and incorporate them well. These chunky bits add more texture.
03) Form & Chill the bites
Roll tablespoons full of mixture into balls and place them on a baking tray lined with wax paper or baking paper. Set in the fridge to chill for an hour so the bites firm up.
04) Coat & Chill the bites
Put the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat in the microwave set to medium-high in 20-second intervals until completely melted. Stir the melts between each interval. It’s a good idea to use a microwave as you can easily re-heat the melts if they become too cool for dipping. To coat the Oreo Nutella bites, dip them in the candy melt mixture using a fork. Return the bites to the baking tray, sprinkle with the remaining crumbs and chill for another 30 minutes.
Tip: If the molten melts seem too thick, thin them down with a little vegetable oil. You can also use white chocolate for step, which will create more of an ivory-coloured coat.
05) Assemble the box
Print the box on cardstock or photo paper. We also printed the back with the decorative pattern. Cut out the box and fold it along the grey lines. To assemble the box, apply an adhesive to all the flaps that say “Glue” and glue the sides together. Info: What glue to use & paper size. Apply glue to the wings and attach them to the sides of the box, small grey lines indicate where to position the wings. Now our treat box is ready to be filled with bat bites!
Shelf life & storage
The Oreo Nutella bat bites will keep fresh in an airtight container at room temperature for a week or frozen for 3 months.
Free Printable Recipe & Gift Box
Click on the button to download your free mini eBook. Included are the recipe for the Oreo Nutella bat bites and a free printable gift box.
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