Chocolate Transfer sheets (optional)
The white polka dot sheet is a chocolate transfer. It's printed with cocoa butter making the design edible. It can be transferred from the plastic backing to melted chocolate while wet. When the plastic sheet is pulled away after it has dried, the design is left behind on the chocolate. I purchased these at a local bake shop but they are available online as well.
Melt chocolate until smooth. I usually microwave for 30 seconds and stir (mash) and then another 15-20 seconds. This all depends on the amount of melts you use and may melt faster if you are using a smaller amount
Dip oreo and flip until covered. Use the side of the bowl to tap the fork to remove excess chocolate. Then slide oreo to the tip of the fork and lay it on wax paper.
Apply transfer sheet with design print down and gently press it flat. This will get any air bubbles out and make it a flat surface
I did the same process with the white candy melts and red polka dots sheets
The key to the transfers working is being completely dry and even that sometimes doesn't work. I place the oreos in the freezer for about 2-5 minutes and remove transfer sheet just after taking out of the freezer. That ALWAYS works :)
For the sprinkles I dipped only the top. After the chocolate I grabbed the oreo already dipped by the very bottom, pressed in sprinkles and returned it to the fork to re-dip just the bottom I touched. Then slid it off the fork to wax paper
I found this packaging at my bake shop and only wish it came in silver :/
Added a bow BUT I WASN'T FINISHED....
Remember the free downloadable 4th of July tags from this post?
Added the tag and NOW it's complete! :)