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Ghoulish Oreo Pops

These Oreo Cookie Pops are super fun and delicious. 


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Am I the only one that buys copious amounts of sprinkles? I just think they are so pretty, so I buy them, any time I see them. Which is the case with the Halloween sprinkles, last year. I bought so much of them, that I still had a pretty good amount one year later. So I decided to use them, and wanted to do something different with them. I thought Oreo Pops would be perfect. Well, let me tell you, after dipping my 2 first Oreos, I started to regret even thinking of doing this. The warm chocolate was melting the Oreo filling and they were slipping off my lollipop sticks!!  As I sat and contemplated just scrapping this whole idea and sitting with the bag of Oreo and a glass of milk, to drown my frustrations; I had a brilliant idea! What if I glue the cookies together, and to the lollipop stick, with melted chocolate. After placing melted chocolate in the center of my Oreos (after adding the stick) and a quick trip to the freezer, to set, they were ready for a trip in the melted chocolates.

I went with milk chocolate, for the black/orange sprinkles and white chocolate, for the green/purple/black sprinkles. I had some candy corn, so I thought these would be a perfect embellishment for our Oreo Pops. After I glued the cookies with chocolate, the pops came together quite easily. They look super cute and they are out of this world. I just love the crunchy cookie, paired with the sweet chocolate.  These would be perfect for the kids to bring to school, for their Halloween parties!!



Ghoulish Oreo Pops

1 pkg Double Stuff Oreo Cookies
3/4 C milk chocolate melts
3/4C white chocolate melts
1/2 C each black/orange sprinkles and purple/green/black sprinkles
candy corn ( I used regular and black/purple/white)
16 lollipop sticks

Place chocolate melts into 2 coffee mugs. Cook in microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds, stirring every 30 seconds, until melted. Stir until smooth.

Gently separate cookies, one at a time. Carefully press a lollipop stick into the Oreo stuffing and cover the filling with a thin layer of melted chocolate and top with top half of cookie. Place in freezer for 15 minutes, to set.

Place sprinkles in small serving plates. Dip, frozen cookies into chocolates, gently tapping them against the rim of the mugs, to shake off the excess chocolate. Place dipped cookies into the sprinkles, making sure all edges are covered. Place finished cookies onto a parchment paper lined cookie sheet, to set. Once you've dipped all cookies, take small dollops of remaining chocolate and put on one side of the candy corns. Place candy corn, chocolate side down, in center of finished cookies. Let set 30-40 minutes, before digging in.




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Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this!! I was just thinking about a fun treat for my kids and I know this one is going to be perfect <3

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    1. Thank you for stopping in. Hope you guys get to try making these.

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  2. Love these ideas!!! Any Halloween ideas!!! Keep sharing!

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    1. I love making Halloween food. So cute and fun!

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  3. Ah! I am so excited about these!
    I have an egg allergy so I usually avoid cake and cake pops.
    These look delicious and so fun!

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    1. Thank you! They're a little addictive as well ;)

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