Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Oreo Pops!


When I saw this idea on "Hip Hip Hooray" I just HAD to do it!

I mean, it's cake pops without all the work (& it's just as cute!)


All you need for these guys are:
Oreos! 
 (Any kind works. We used Berry Burst Ice Cream Oreos)
-Lolly Pop or Popsicle Sticks  
(or Sis-kabob Sticks- what I used)
20 oz. Melted White Chocolate  
(we used an almond bark bar) 
A Tsp. of Oil  
(to thin out the white chocolate)
-Sprinkles


First, assemble your Oreos and lolly pop sticks. I used skewers because I needed them for a taller presentation, but I have also heard that popsicle sticks work really well too.


Next, melt your Chocolate (with the oil in it.) 
Whether you are using your microwave or a double boiler, check and stir your chocolate often!  


You should have a nice liquidy consistency.  We found that we didn't add enough oil to the chocolate, as it was a little too thicker than we would have liked it to be. So we ended up needing more chocolate to coat all the oreos than we should have. 
  


Dip your Oreo pops into the chocolate- but don't leave them in too long or they will melt & fall apart.

If your oreos fall apart, either dispose of them (aka eat them) or just piece them back together. Both ways work. :)


 Dress them up with Sprinkles & let them harden on your wax paper!

There you are! That was easy, wasn't it?

You should have about 30 oreo pops... if you didin't eat any of the... "defect" ones... :P

We ended up with 18. :)

These are a BIG hit.



10 comments :

  1. This is a great alternative to cake pops! I would love for you to link this up to my Tutorial Link Party today!!!

    TUTORIAL LINK PARTY
    http://www.thecreativeorchard.blogspot.com/2012/08/tutorial-link-party.html

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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog this morning-- your oreo pops look delicious! I might make them for a picnic we are going to this weekend. Have a great day!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! Hope you enjoy them! Have a great weekend <3

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  3. These look SO good! I found you via Creative Orchard's linky party :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Melissa. Yes, they are so yummy! <3

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  4. I LOVE your recipe! Please come over and party with me at Cast Party Wednesday!
    Thanks! ~Sheryl~
    http://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com/cast-party-wednesday-link-party-61/

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    1. I'm so glad you like them! I will make sure to stop by!

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  5. I tried these today and OMG so easy and yummy!


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