If you ask me, everything can be better when it’s covered in chocolate, and these chocolate covered wafer cookies are one of my favorite winter treats! Dipped in creamy melted milk chocolate, and covered in sprinkles, they are a simple treat, perfect to pair with a cup of hot cocoa! I have partnered with Voortman Bakery for this post, though all opinions are my own.
This pairing is a perfect warm me up snack for snowy day activities like sledding, skating, and snowmobiling. You can enjoy them right outside, so that you won’t miss a beat of that winter fun!
These chocolate covered wafer cookies are super easy to make, and call for just 3 ingredients. You’ll start with Voortman Bakery Vanilla Wafers, then dip them in melted chocolate, add some sprinkles, and stick them in the refrigerator for a bit so that the chocolate can set. It’s such a simple recipe, and ones that the kids can help with!
I like to use Vanilla Wafers from Voortman Bakery in this recipe because they are quality cookies baked fresh in Burlington, Ontario Canada, without any artificial colors or flavors. These cookies are baked with real vanilla, and contain no artificial colors or flavors. Their cookies don’t contain high-fructose corn syrup or MSG either. Better yet, their cookies are even suitable for vegetarians!
What is the best way to melt chocolate for dipping?
Personally, I like the double boiler method of melting chocolate. You can use the microwave, but I always seem to have issues, and end up ruining the chocolate. The double boiler method takes longer, but for me, it works best.
Can you use chocolate chips for dipping?
Yes! Chocolate chips are actually my go to when it comes to melted chocolate.
How do you make chocolate covered wafer cookies?
Making chocolate covered wafer cookies is really easy. I’ve shared a printable recipe card for you below.
- 1 package Voortman Baker Vanilla Wafers
- 12 oz bag milk chocolate chips
- Line a baking pan or tray with parchment paper.
- Melt your chocolate using whichever method of melting that you prefer.
- Dip the wafers into the chocolate, one at a time, using a spoon to help you evenly coat about half of each cookie.
- Add sprinkles to each cookie, before the cholate sets.