DIY Oreo Pops

I recently hosted a baby shower and made these adorable Oreo pops for the guests to take home. They were pretty simple, even though it did take me quite awhile lol. Don't let that scare you... everything in the kitchen takes me awhile! You could make these different colors or put various candy onto them to change up the look. I've even seen someone use white chocolate and then drizzle more chocolate on top to make it look like a mummy. They added creepy little eyes to finish off the look. So fun! :) The original post can be found here

What You'll Need:
1 package of Oreos
1 package of white Candy Melts
Lollipop sticks
*plastic treat bags
*wax paper
*not pictured

1. Very carefully split the cookies in half. Don't worry if they break, you can use the melted chocolate to put them back together. 

2. Pour half of the chocolate into a microwave safe bowl and heat it at 30 second intervals, stirring in between. When all of the chocolate is melted scoop a generous amount onto a stick and place in between the two sides of the Oreos. Gently hold it together for a few seconds to make sure you have a secure hold. 

**It's important that you wait until they've dried before you dip them in the chocolate.

4. Heat up the rest of the chocolate and scoop it to the side of the bowl. Drag the Oreos through the chocolate and then turn it over to do the same on the other side. Use a rolling technique to get the edges of the Oreos. It's okay if the first couple look terrible lol... mine were awful! They will be covered with sprinkles so it won't matter. 

5. Lay them on the wax paper and before they cool completely, take a pinch of sprinkles and spread it around the top. It's much easier to do it by hand then try to shake them with out of the container. 

6. Let them cool & harden for at least an hour and then place them in the treat bag and tie a piece of ribbon around the stick to secure the bag. That's it! :) 


  1. This is one of my favorite treats to get at parties!! They are always so yummy!! =P

  2. Love this idea! So simple, yet so pretty. Will have to give them a try.