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Christmas Oreo Pops

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Easier than cake pops! So cute for your dessert table at a Christmas party.

Ingredients

  • 1 package (16.6 Oz. Size) Double Stuffed Oreos
  • 1-½ bag (14 Oz. Size) Candy Melts Or White Chocolate
  • 3 cups Powdered Sugar
  • ¼ cups Egg Whites
  • ½ teaspoons Cream Of Tartar
  • 1 package (4 Oz. Variety Package) Food Coloring

Preparation

You will also need 30 lollipop sticks and waxed paper. This makes 30 pops.

Remove outer wrapping from Oreo package. Leave the Oreos in the tray they come in and place in the microwave for 30 seconds.

Insert sticks into the icing of each Oreo. Heating the Oreos will make the icing softer so that the sticks will easily push into the Oreos.

Melt the candy melts over the stove until smooth. (I like using these better than the white chocolate. You can find them at Michael’s.)

The hot candy makes dipping tricky, as the Oreos will slide off the sticks. I used a spoon to ladle the melted candy over the Oreos.

Once covered, place the Oreos on wax paper to dry. You can change the color of the candy melts using food coloring.

After drying for a few minutes, carefully place Oreos in the fridge to harden.

Make icing for decorating by beating powdered sugar, egg whites and cream of tartar until thick (about 3 minutes). Use some water to thin out.

Place icing in sandwich bags and cut off the corner for decorating. Use your food coloring to create different colors for decorating. I used orange to make a carrot for Snowman’s nose, red for Santa’s hat, coconut for Santa’s beard, and white for snowflakes.

After decorating, place in the fridge to harden before wrapping in cellophane treat bags.

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Shelbi Keith on 1.5.2013

I am sorry the white chocolate didn’t work for you. In my defense I mentioned that I like using the candy melts better and I even wrote where you can get them. They are tricky and take extra effort, but are worth it.

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A. Breese on 12.22.2012

Don’t suggest using white chocolate chips if you can only use candy melts! Chocolate chips don’t work! I had to scrap an enitre batch because I didn’t use candy melts!
This receipe sucks!

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Pam (Bored Cook) on 12.19.2011

This is an adorable idea and I tried them over the weekend. I have to handle the Christmas Party for my daugthers Kindergarten class and I decided instead of cupcakes I would do these instead. Thanks for such a great idea!

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