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These Oreo pops are super simple to make and are perfect for getting kids into the kitchen. Dip in white chocolate and decorated with tons of sprinkles.

Oreo Pops by Nutmeg Nanny

Happy Friday! Sadly while most of America is celebrating the weekend I’m hanging my head in sadness because I have to go back to work today. Sigh. I guess until I win the lottery (I should probably go buy a ticket…) I will have to work.

Oreo Pops by Nutmeg Nanny

Last weekend I decided to celebrate my weekend off by making these little gems.  I was bored and spied a package of Oreo’s sitting on my counter. Why not shove them on a stick, cover them in chocolate and throw some sprinkles on them? Sounded good to me.

Oreo Pops by Nutmeg Nanny

I made cake balls once before. This is way easier and a heck of a lot less messy. Trust me.

Oreo Pops by Nutmeg Nanny

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Oreo Pops

These Oreo pops are super simple to make and are perfect for getting kids into the kitchen. Dip in white chocolate and decorated with tons of sprinkles.

Yield: 25 cookies (there will be some cracked cookies)

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

1 package double stuff Oreo's
1 package Wilton white candy melts (you could use any color you want though...get creative!)
Sprinkles
Popsicle sticks

Source: Nutmeg Nanny (I googled some ideas for Oreo Pops and saw that Makoodle had lots of cute ideas and color combinations. It's also where I learned the "dip the stick in chocolate" method)

Directions:

There are two ways to make the oreo pops:
1 - Gently slide the stick into the cream center. Be gentle or you might crack the cookie
2 - Gently remove one side to the cookie, dip end of popsicle stick into chocolate, press into middle of the cookie cream and add cookie top back onto cookie. Let it rest for a few minutes to let chocolate set.

I tried both methods and I found the first to work best for me. However, the choice is yours.

Gently dip cookies into chocolate, or spoon and spread chocolate onto cookie. I found it easier to spoon and spread but it's up to you. After your cookies is covered in chocolate dip one side into sprinkles, lay on parchment paper and let harden.

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