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Cookie Monster Bark is Sesame Street Party Perfect

Having a Sesame Street party? This Cookie Monster bark is not only fun and easy to make, it’s tasty! Loaded with chocolate chips and Oreo cookies. Only four ingredients in this candy bark.

Make Cookie Monster Candy Bark

I couldn’t stand it anymore. . . I had to make a Cookie Monster themed dessert! This cookie monster bark all started with this ice cream, then I spotted this fudge.

Then just the other day, my friend Kristan posted a Cookie Monster cake. So that’s how the candy bark happened – and lucky for me, Wilton makes candy melts in dark blue.

Did you know this?? What that means is that this candy bark couldn’t be any easier. It only requires three or four ingredients depending on the type of cookies you buy.

(see all of our no bake desserts here!)

Cookie Monster bark broken apart and sitting on a white plate

This bark would be fantastic for a party – think Sesame Street or Cookie Monster party. Or maybe for a holiday like Halloween. Or any day, really. I mean do you really need a reason to make this Cookie Monster bark dessert?

Here’s a video showing you how to make this candy bark – then check out the recipe below!

Sesame Street dessert

You’re only going to need a few things. Here’s what I used. I grabbed a bag of candy melts, a package of candy eyeballs, and then packages of Mini Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookies and Mini Oreo cookies.

Candy melts, candy eyeballs, Mini Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookies, Mini Oreo cookies

I mean “C is for cookie,” so you have to have lots of those. I find the Chips Ahoy and Mini Oreos provide great flavor, but use what you love.

Now get the recipe below! You won’t believe how simple it is to make. You’ll just need a pan to melt the candy melts, and the rest is easy-peasy.

Yield: 16 pieces

Cookie Monster Bark

Chocolate chip cookies, Mini Oreos, and candy eyeballs in blue candy melts

Having a Sesame Street party? This Cookie Monster bark is not only fun and easy to make, it's tasty! Loaded with chocolate chips and Oreo cookies. Only four ingredients!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Instructions

  1. Follow the instructions on the candy melt package for melting. I use the Wilton Melting Pot, but you can do it in a stove pot or double boiler. Just be sure to melt on very low heat and slowly! This takes about 10 - 15 minutes.
  2. Make sure to stir your pot consistently until all of the candy is melted.
  3. Tear off a sheet of parchment paper to cover your baking tray and place down. Make sure that your packages (cookies and candy eyes) are open so you can work quickly.
  4. Pour your melted candy melts into the baking tray; spread out to cover.
  5. Start sticking cookies and candy eyes into the candy melts. You have a few minutes to do this - but work quickly. Don't push down too far.
  6. Let cool for several hours.
  7. To break the candy bark, either place a clean towel over the top and lightly tap with a hard item (like a hammer) or drop the tray on the counter several times.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

16

Serving Size:

1 piece

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 253Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 138mgCarbohydrates: 36gSugar: 26gProtein: 1g

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You’re convinced, right? You need to make some today. Check out additional pictures of the goodness.

Chocolate chip cookies, Mini Oreos, and candy eyeballs in blue candy melts

C is for cookie – and this Cookie Monster bark is delicious! Enjoy!

Cookie monster bark pieces in a pile

For more candy bark recipes, check out our Halloween bark, our 4th of July bark, and our Lucky Charms bark!

Cookie monster candy bark
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