Iced Wreath Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe

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These chocolate delights are as delicious as they are beautiful.

Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe to make beautiful wreath sweet treats perfect for cookie trays and the exchange party too #christmascookies #oreo #royalicing #recipe

It makes my heart so happy that Oreo has a gluten free version so I can finally eat these amazing Christmas cookies. Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe are so festive and easy to create. The trick to these coming out perfectly is all in the royal icing recipe that I shared on the blog a while back. I will share it again here for you too!


  • Oreo Cookies
  • Royal Icing
  • Food Coloring (Green, Red)
  • Toothpick


Before starting, not that patience is KEY when working with royal icing. It is a practiced skill to make cookies come out perfectly so be happy with your first round no matter how they look when you are done. They will taste delicious no matter what AND you will get better with practice.

Step One

Flood the top of an Oreo cookie with white royal icing. Leave a little border of cookie around the outside because the icing is apt to spread a little. The icing needs to be wet for the next step so only do two at a time at most. This Christmas Oreo Cookies recipe is a good one to make for the holidays every year.

Step Two

While the white icing is still wet, add green icing lines around the outside of the cookies. It is totally okay if these are not all exactly the same size and width. The key to the success of this Recipe making pretty wreaths is in the timing of the green on the white.

Step Three

Gently drag a toothpick around the cookie a couple of times to make the wreath. Let the icing set before moving to the next step.

Step Four

Add little red dots for berries. These could be big or small.

Another of my Favorite Christmas Oreo Cookies

This one is really fun too and also very easy. The kids LOVE participating the creating of the Oreo Rudolph cookies. Hop over and grab the directions to make these here on the blog.

Oreo Reindeer Cookies Close Up

Seven Great Reasons to Bake

For me baking is a great way to express myself. I believe that it is a form of creativity. I am excited to share my TOP seven reasons to bake with you. Know that baking doesn’t need to be “from scratch” to count. It always counts even when it is only halfway homemade like this Iced Wreath Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe.

  1. Baking is like meditation. I find going through the steps of making a recipe to very calming and relaxing.
  2. Also, Baking stirs the senses, literally and figuratively.
  3. When I bake cookies, cakes, pies and treats; I find myself feeling creative and happy in my heart.
  4. Sometimes my kids bake with me and it creates a great time to bond and connect.
  5. Homemade treats make great gifts.
  6. Using recipes passed down from generations creates a magical connection to family.
  7. Honestly, baking boosts my morale. It is just plain good for the spirit.

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Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later!  Pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe to make beautiful wreath sweet treats perfect for cookie trays and the exchange party too #christmascookies #oreo #royalicing #recipe

I would really love to hear what you think about this easy cookie recipe! If you try it out, I would sure like to see it! Share on InstagramFacebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest! #LauraKellyDesigns

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5 thoughts on “Iced Wreath Christmas Oreo Cookies Recipe”

  1. Your cookies look so pretty. And, I love that there’s no baking involved. Plus, it’ll make it easier to make gluten free options. And, unlike some gf options, gluten free oreos are delicious.

  2. I love using Oreos as a base for holiday cookies and these are GORGEOUS! Featuring when my link party opens.

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