Oreo Easter Chicks

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Now that my kids are teenagers I can’t really get them interested in decorating Easter Eggs, but they always get excited about eating Oreos since I rarely buy them. When I saw cute Easter Chicks made out of Oreos on Pinterest I knew we had to make them.

Easter Oreo Chicks

These cute little Easter Oreo Chicks are fun to make and would be great for a school party.

Easter Oreo Chicks - fun to make and eat!

Truthfully I am not the craftiest person, I don’t have a lot of patience, and I can be a little messy, so the Easter Chicks my daughter made were way better than the ones I made and hers are the ones pictured. Although I do think part of her success was that she made hers after I made mine and the candy melts had cooled and thickened slightly. My oreos weren’t coated very well and I felt like the cookie was showing through.

Easter Oreo Chicks

So if you have this problem, that is you feel like the candy coating is too thin, try letting the melted candy melts cool 10 to 15 minutes.

You can find yellow candy melts at Michael’s Craft Store, Jo-ann Fabric and Craft, or buy Wilton Yellow Candy Melts online.

Easter Oreo Chicks - fun to make and eat!

Easter Oreo Chicks

Oreo Easter Chicks

Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 36 chicks
Calories: 312kcal
Author: Christin Mahrlig
Oreo Easter Chicks are a super fun way to turn oreo cookies into a delicious Easter treat using yellow candy melts and pretzel sticks.
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  • 1-2 bags yellow candy melts
  • 1 package double-stuff oreos
  • mini chocolate chips
  • thin pretzel rods broken into sort pieces
  • orange decorating gel or orange candy melts


  • Melt yellow candy melts according to package directions. Place a piece of wax paper on a baking sheet.
  • Dip oreo cookies in melted candy melts, completely covering them in yellow. Place on wax paper and quickly stick 2 pretzel pieces in for legs and 2 mini chocolate chips for eyes.
  • Use orange decorating gel or melted orange candy melts to make beaks.
  • Place in refrigerator to set.


If you use double-stuff oreos, you should be able to stick the pretzel pieces into the filling.


Calories: 312kcal

Recipe Source: Simply Kierste

Disclosure: This post contains Amazon.com affiliate links.

17 thoughts on “Oreo Easter Chicks

  1. These are so cute. haha! I wonder what will be the reactions I’ll get if I prepare this for my kids. The Oreo looks more delicious and enticing to the eyes. Looks like my favorite Mott 32 minced fish found the replacement for it’s cuteness. lol! Nice one Christin, really love this.

  2. These are adorable! I haven’t dyed eggs for ages, but I think everyone would love these. I love that they look simple to make. 🙂

  3. was unable to find the yellow chocolates to melt so I’m going to try using yellow frosting and see how that works.

  4. I love these and I’m going to make them as place markers for Easter Dinner.
    They’re going to be a great way to get the kids to the table and hopefully quiet.

  5. Oh my gosh! These are the cutest, Christin! I love how easy and delicious they sound with Oreos! Such a agreat idea and I can’t wait to make these with my three year old, he’s going to love them!

  6. This is such a cute idea Christin…you are right in regards to decorating and coloring eggs…but this little oreo chicks would be a nice Easter treat.
    Have a great week 🙂

  7. These are adorable…great for making with the grandchildren! Sometimes it is all about making it happen and not so much about perfection. I know they were yummy 🙂

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