Simple Cookie Easter Chick Treats That Are Almost Too Cute To Eat!

Chocolate Covered Oreo Chicks or Spring or Easter

Chocolate Covered Oreo Chicks or Spring or Easter


  • yellow chocolate melts – 1 package  – Wilton preferred
  • orange chocolate melts – 1 package  – (you won’t use all of them)
  •  orange “Jimmies” sprinkles – 1 package
  • Candy Eyeballs
  • 1 package of Cookies like Oreo Cookies

Extra Equipment for Easter Chick Treats…

  • medium glass microwave-proof bowl
  • fork
  • toothpicks
  • wax paper
  • silicone spatula


  • Grab between 6 & 10 orange chocolate melts and cut them into eighths
  • Melt your chocolate melts in the glass bowl. I like to melt in the microwave for 1 minute, stir and heat for another 30 seconds. Stir until smooth
  • Pour out your Jimmies onto your work surface, have your eyes ready to go
  • Begin dipping your cookies into the melted chocolate
  • push them down with your fork and turn them over
  • use the fork to lift the cookie to the side of the bowl
  • rest it at the rim of the bowl and tap the fork to release excess chocolate from the cookie
  • slide the cookie onto the wax paper and begin to decorate it
  • *use a toothpick to help push the cookie off of the fork
  • Add eyes and 1 piece of your sliced orange chocolate
  • *NOW – in order to get the cutest beaks, I learned that the curved part of the orange chocolate melt (the top) should face the cookie with the flat (bottom) of the orange beak facing out
  • when your yellow cookies have dried just a smidge, you can add the Jimmies for the feet
  • I used 2 Jimmies per foot in a V pattern
  • Just carefully (because they are very fragile) place them on the bottom of the cookie facing out in a V pattern
  • Again, use your toothpick as an aide if necessary
  • Repeat with all of your cookies


Storing your Easter Chick Treats…

  • These cute chicks should keep at room temperature for several days
  • you can place them in an airtight container and store them for a couple of weeks before your celebration
  • As long as you don’t have to worry about little hands or animals sneaking them, you can leave them out on a platter for a couple of days without worry