Sunday, December 20, 2009

Oreo Cookie Pops

This is a fun project that I found on How Does She? Zac and I made these, and we went through a little trial and error, but now we totally have Oreo Cookie Pop savvy.

Materials Needed:


Dipping chocolate (either vanilla or chocolate bark or chocolate morsels)

sucker sticks

sprinkles, M & M minis, or candy eyes

small cellophane bags


Melt your dipping medium. This melted quickly and easily in the microwave. Just follow the directions.

I used chocolate bark and I also did Ghirardelli semisweet morsels. The bark was easier to work with, but the morsels taste better and have a gloss to them once they have set.
Open the Oreos carefully:
Dip the stick into the melted chocolate:
Lay it on the Oreo half:
Carefully place the other Oreo on top:
Hold together gently:
I would recommend letting it dry before doing display hands.
Here they are en masse, waiting to be dipped in chocolate.
We dipped the Oreos like this and also used a spoon to make sure they were covered:

Zac wanted to make sure to get a picture of these because his (on the right) looked so much better than mine. Maybe he's the one who should have a blog.
After much begging, we were able to talk Gil into getting involved as well.
Gil's was one of the coolest, very yin-yang-esque.

This project is serious, folks.

Here are the finished pops.
Place them in the small cellophane bags and tie with ribbon, yarn, or a snappy scarf:


Anonymous said...

Absolutely adorable! Oreos are SO yummy and now you've made them cute too :) Thanks for sharing this idea.

Dianne :)

Diedra said...

Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year.

Guy Walker said...

Looks Yummy!!!

Vickie said...

Thanks Dianne, Diedra and Guy!

Finelly said...

Oh man, I knew I liked you! These look so delish! I especially like the red scarf on Frosty. :)

Vickie said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Vickie, love your blog. I enjoyed seeing the pics of you, Gil & Zac.
Love you!!
Sarah Nelson Scaravalle

Vickie said...

Thank you Sarah! It is great to hear from you! I hope you are doing well.