Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Oreo Pops

June and I had a little bit of fun making treats for her Birthday celebration at school. We made Oreo pops. Yep, Oreo cookies on a stick dipped in chocolate and covered with sprinkles. Fun, fun, fun!





What you need:

Oreo Double Stuff cookies
quick melt chocolate
6 inch sucker sticks
cellophane wrappers

How to:

1: Place Oreo cookies on sticks. I found that placing the Oreo on a flat surface and twisting the stick into the filling worked best. (less cracking of the cookie than holding them)

2: Melt chocolate according to package directions. I used the double boil method.

3: Carefully dip cookies in chocolate. I placed one side in the chocolate and then gently turned it to the other side.

4: Place on baking rack or side of a baking sheet, add sprinkles, and cool.

5: Wrap 'em up!

June had a lot of fun with this one and so did I. They are easy and fun to make and all the kids loved them. What's not to love about an Oreo dipped in chocolate!


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Kim Stevens said...

Oh my, I might just have to make these for my birthday this summer! LOL fun, fun, and the photos are terrific! Happy Birthday to June.

Susan said...

Oh my, I've got to try that!! Looks sooooooooooo good. Thanks for sharing your secret.

Amazing shots♥

Linda Makiej said...

these photos are awesome and thanks for the instructions!

tinajo said...

Super neat - I´ll try that! :-)

homeschoolceo said...

Yum-O and yours turned our so cute! You're an awesome mama ;)

tiarastantrums said...

oh those are adorable! Your kid's school allowed those? Our schools only allow healthy snacks? Lucky you!

deb duty said...

Looks like lots of fun and very cute too!

Tricia said...

Mmmm, those look so good! I love oreos. I wish we could make our own treats and bring them so school, but everything here has to be store bought.

Elaine A. said...

That's a perfectly easy and fun and tasty school treat for a birthday! I'm going to have to steal that idea... ;)

DaenelT said...

How fun! And what great {yummy} pictures.

DaenelT said...

How fun! And what great {yummy} pictures.

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Oh my- I think I have a toothache just looking at them. YUM-O!!!! I may have to indulge my sweet tooth a bit & make these.

Mira Crisp said...

Tiffany, your photos are always marvelous! thanks for sharing with food photography this week!

Danelle said...

These look so fun! And tasty! Thanks for sharing.

Tish said...

oh wouldn't my girls love these!!! we are so going to have to make these if we ever get a free day! :D your photos are always so fabulous, bright and cheery!

Candy C. said...

What a clever idea and your photos are absolutely fabulous!!

Seeing Each Day said...

What a fun and more importantly, delicious idea. Thanks for sharing the recipe and your superb photos.

Sarah Halstead said...

These are so cute. I love oreos. I need to try these out. I wonder where I can find the tiny cellophane wrappers.

Hannah said...

These are SO fun!! Love them. PS...You had me at OREO!! They are my least the mint ones are :)

Smilen Champ said...

Hi june, and her mommy,
June you are precious and beautiful. You are an amazing and wonderful little girl. I love your cookie pops, they look so yummy.
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