Snowman Oreo Pops

These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

 

These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

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These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

 

Snowman Oreo Pops –

12-15 black & white sandwich cookies, any brand
12 oz. Wilton white candy melts
1 package of Wilton candy sticks
candy corn (perfect for leftover fall candy!)
mini chocolate chips (snowman’s mouth)
Candy eyes (you could also get away with using the mini chocolate chips)

Directions –

#1. Carefully remove the tops of each black & white sandwich cookie and set aside. Next, line a baking sheet with foil (prevent sticking and makes for easy clean up).

#2. Pour the Wilton candy melts into a microwavable safe dish. Microwave in 30 second increments stirring every 30 second until melted. My microwave took about 2-3 minutes. Allow the chocolate to cool a few minutes before working with it.

Snowman Oreo Pops

#3. Place the cookie halves, filling side up on the foil lined baking sheet. Using a small spoon, place a small dollop of melted chocolate right on white sandwich cookie filling. Place the stick in the chocolate and then replace the top (see photo).

Repeat this step with the rest of your cookies. The melted chocolate will set and act like glue. Trust me, you’ll be happy you did it this way and they stick!

#4. Once all the cookies have a stick and a top, place the baking sheet in the fridge for 15 minutes so the chocolate fully sets.

#5. By this time, you may want to place the melted chocolate dish back in the microwave. If the chocolate has started to set simply microwave again for 20-30 seconds, stirring until melted.

Snowman Oreo Pops

#6. Remove the baking sheet from the fridge and dip each cookie into the chocolate. Use a spoon to help coat the cookie and allow the excess chocolate drip back into the bowl (see photo).

Snowman Oreo Pops

Lay the chocolate dipped cookie back onto the baking sheet and give your snowman a face using the candy eyes, candy corn and mini chocolate chips.

#7. Repeat the dipping process with the rest of the cookies and giving each one a face.

#8. Once all the cookies are dipped, place the baking sheet back in the fridge for about 20 minutes so the cookies set.

If not serving immediately, store in a cool dry area (or the fridge).

*Makes approximately 12-15 cookies. 2 Chocolate Dipped Cookies = 1 Serving

 

These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

Snowman Oreo Pops
Servings: 6
Ingredients
  • 12-15 black & white sandwich cookies any brand
  • 12 oz . Wilton white candy melts
  • 1 package of Wilton candy sticks
  • candy corn perfect for leftover fall candy!
  • mini chocolate chips snowman's mouth
  • Candy eyes you could also get away with using the mini chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. #1. Carefully remove the tops of each black & white sandwich cookie and set aside. Next, line a baking sheet with foil (prevent sticking and makes for easy clean up).
  2. #2. Pour the Wilton candy melts into a microwavable safe dish. Microwave in 30 second increments stirring every 30 second until melted. My microwave took about 2-3 minutes. Allow the chocolate to cool a few minutes before working with it.
  3. #3. Place the cookie halves, filling side up on the foil lined baking sheet. Using a small spoon, place a small dollop of melted chocolate right on white sandwich cookie filling. Place the stick in the chocolate and then replace the top (see photos).
  4. Repeat this step with the rest of your cookies. The melted chocolate will set and act like glue. Trust me, you'll be happy you did it this way and they stick!
  5. #4. Once all the cookies have a stick and a top, place the baking sheet in the fridge for 15 minutes so the chocolate fully sets.
  6. #5. By this time, you may want to place the melted chocolate dish back in the microwave. If the chocolate has started to set simply microwave again for 20-30 seconds, stirring until melted.
  7. #6. Remove the baking sheet from the fridge and dip each cookie into the chocolate. Use a spoon to help coat the cookie and allow the excess chocolate drip back into the bowl (see photo).
  8. Lay the chocolate dipped cookie back onto the baking sheet and give your snowman a face using the candy eyes, candy corn and mini chocolate chips.
  9. #7. Repeat the dipping process with the rest of the cookies and giving each one a face.
  10. #8. Once all the cookies are dipped, place the baking sheet back in the fridge for about 20 minutes so the cookies set.
  11. If not serving immediately, store in a cool dry area (or the fridge).

These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

 Photos and Recipe created by Jill S. for FrugalMomEh.com

 

These Snowman Oreo Pops are a fun Christmas Cookie treat with a simple recipe that is a piece of cake to pull off!

 

18 thoughts on “Snowman Oreo Pops

  1. How cute! Now you are making me wish I hate some leftover candy corn. A trip to the bulk store might be in order to see if they happen to have any left!

    1. Amazon.ca carries it all year too if you can’t find any local. You could also use orange starburst and cut/mold into shape!

  2. glad to see what you used for chocolate. usually I just grab white choco chips when doing something similar but they give a yellowish colour I find.

  3. I love these!! They are so adorable! My Mom keeps a stash of candy corn year round (strange lady).. I’ll have to see if I can sneak some off of her. Miss K wants to make ‘crafty’ treats for her teacher this year, as well as a gift lol

  4. What a cute idea! Going to making these for the kids (and some adults I know) on my list. A great addition to my buffet table. Thanks for sharing. I love this.

  5. We actually have left over candy corn! I am so excited we get to make these since we ALWAYS have some oreo cookies lying around our house somewhere!

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