Recipe: Sweet Shower Treats

2014 has become the year of weddings and babies! With all of life’s changes, comes a plethora of showers to celebrate new life or a new life chapter. This post highlights a quick and easy treat for those special moments. All you need is pretzel rods, Oreos, Vanilla flavored Almond Bark or White Chocolate Chips, and food coloring. Click on each photo to review each step of the recipe or scroll to the bottom of this post for a quick overview.

Sweet Shower Treats: White Chocolate Covered Oreos and Pretzel Rods

Sweet Shower Treats: White Chocolate Covered Oreos and Pretzel Rods

Need: Oreos, Pretzel Rods, White Chocolate Chips (or Vanilla Almond Bark), food coloring


  • In a double boiler, melt the white chocolate chips/almond bark. (Be careful not to overcook. It the chocolate turns into a thicker version of clay, DON”T use it.)
  • Drop in 3-4 Oreos at a time and completely cover them with chocolate.
  • With a fork (or another utensil) remove the Oreos from the chocolate and place them on wax paper to harden.
  • During this time, you want to add in your desired food coloring to a small amount of the chocolate, in a separate bowl.
  • With a small fork, swirl the colorful chocolate on top of each Oreo cookie. This can be time consuming, considering how detailed you want to be.
  • Once your Oreos are color coordinated, move on to your pretzel rods. You can dip them in your preferred color before placing them on wax paper to dry.
  • After the pretzel rods are complete, allow all items to dry for 15-20 minutes. You don’t want to stack the items if they are not fully dry.
  • In photo 6, I show how to begin your display. Place the pretzel rods around the outer portion of your plate, leaving the center open for cookies.
  • Once the pretzels are in place, begin stacking the cookies. (See photos 7-9)
  • Cookie colors and placement will depend on the shower theme. These photos were used for a shower honoring a baby boy, so I stuck with blues and greens. The occasional pink appeared because the mommy-to-be loved pink! Also, I prefer using a clear plate. To add an additional pop of color, I added a small amount of tissue paper between the glass plate and the cake plate.

Let me know how your treats turned out. Have a question? Put it in the comments below or send me an email. Take care! Enjoy!

K. Jones ♥


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