Where do I go to get information on how to make the Oreo cookie tuxedos? I have ordered the molds for the cookies but am clueless as to how to make them look like the tuxedos.
Thanks for your help and I hope this question isn't stupid.
Bump......I would like to know too. Thanks
Hi I'm not sure I seen the molds for tuxes for Oreo cookies but I have made the chocolate dipped kind. You just dip in white chocolate then the sides in regular chocolate then pipe the buttons and bow...I would like to see the mold. Hope this was what you were thinking of.
What do you use to hold the cookies with to keep them from getting fingerprints on them?
The molds are tuxedo specific, they are just a variety of oreo cookie molds but 1 set is for a plain dipped oreo. I hope that makes sense.
Where did you order these from? Did they not come with instructions?
You can use a tooth pick in the center in between or you can buy a special tool used for dipping chocolate. And you can ware gloves when you dip.
I bought them from Spinning Leaf and have not received them yet. I hope they come with instructions.
. . . here is a tutorial for "other" oreo molds . . . chances are the tuxedos are done the same way (but I have never seen the tuxedos) . . . http://www.spinningleaf.com/tutorials/chocolate-covered-oreos/step-1.php . . . HTH . . . and here is a previous thread where others have shared some helpful tips . . . http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=612987&postdays=0&postorder=asc&&start=0
How yummy!! I've never heard of oreo cookie molds until today. Gotta put this on my next wish list
dragonflydreams, Thank you for your links -- I think I'll have Chocolate Oreo Cookie dreams tonight!! Maybe I should go to bed early . . .
. . . my pleasure . . . . . . and sweet dreams (pun intended) . . .