We loved making these Halloween OREO pops! The ghosts, pumpkins, and monsters on a stick were a hit at the school Halloween party!
Halloween cookie pops recipe
I came up with the cutest sweet treat idea for Halloween! MJ’s school is gearing up for a Fall carnival and I wanted to contribute to the kindergarten booth with some cute and spooky treats. Now I know that cake pops are all the rage, but why not twist it up a bit and use Oreo cookies instead? These easy Halloween treats take much less time, no cake prep involved, you can just insert the stick, dip and decorate!
If you are looking for no-fuss Halloween party ideas, these are perfect! We made pumpkins, ghosts, and monsters, and boy did they turn out delicious.
How to make Halloween OREO Pops
- Candy Melts: orange, brown and white (I used Wilton Candy Melts)
- 1 package Double Stuf Oreo Cookies
- Lollipop Sticks, 4 inch
- plastic zipper bags
- ribbon (optional)
First of all, if you decide to employ a helper, choose wisely. I had to fire my help, he kept eating the darn Oreos and sticking his little fingers in the chocolate. Discipline, people! You have been warned.
Let’s make these Oreo cookie pops!
Slowly push a lollipop stick into the center of each Oreo’s cream, most of the way through.
Melt the candy according to package directions. DO NOT overheat, it will clump. Carefully spoon the melted candy onto each Oreo, spreading evenly on each side with the back of the spoon. If you can dip, go for it, but it never works for me 🙂
I used a cardboard box as a stand and poked holes in it to store each pop upright as I went along. At this point, you would decorate your Oreo pop based upon the color of candy melt you used:
To make the pumpkin Oreo pops:
The orange dipped Halloween Oreo pops will be used for pumpkins. After dipping, use a toothpick to draw the lines of the pumpkin onto the Oreo.
Ghost Oreo cookie pops:
These will be dipped in the white candy melts. The face will be drawn with black frosting.
Monster Oreos on a stick:
These are the brown/chocolate-dipped Oreos, using white frosting for the face.
Once you have dipped them all, pop the whole box stand in the freezer for 5 minutes to harden the candy shell. Remove from the freezer and lay each Oreo pop on a sheet of wax paper or a clean countertop. Grab your zipper bag and make a tiny snip in one of the lower corners. TINY! Fill it with the desired melted candy color of your choice and pipe on the faces of each Oreo pop.
Pipe your favorite faces with frosting
Once you have finished all of the faces, put them back upright into the box stand and freeze again for 5 minutes to harden the candy faces. Note: On the ghost’s faces, I used a black gel frosting that will not harden. I recommend using the brown candy melts, the same as the ones used for the pumpkin’s faces. The gel still works, but it will smudge.
Tie them up with Halloween ribbon
Once they have set, tie pretty little ribbons around their necks and admire! I used a short vase filled with candy corn to display these Halloween Oreo pops, such a festive look. To give them out as gifts or favors, you can cover them in slim cellophane favor bags first, then tie them on with the ribbon. Feel free to try one for yourself, they are delish!
Enjoy these Halloween Oreo cookie pops!
If you’re looking for more Halloween snack ideas and desserts, check out these Rice Krispies Surprise Pumpkin Treats and these 5 cute Halloween cupcake recipe ideas!
These are great, festive and SO MUCH easier than cake pops! I found that twisting the oreos apart, dipping the end of the stick in a little melted chocolate, pressing in to the cream and topping with other cookie – freeze for about :30 min , helps to keep the sticks anchored and they don’t break trying to push the stick through! I am actually making them tonight!
These look awesome! I am making these tonight for a party tomorrow afternoon , should I keep them stored in the freezer or refrigerator or will they keep on the counter??
I actually refrigerated these until they were gone. It was hot in my house at the time, so I didn’t want them to start melting! If your house is cool enough, they should be fine sitting out.
Oh these are so adorable!!!!! I am going to have to make these for Halloween this year!
It’s so simple and the result is adorable. I can’t wait to make these!
You did an expert job in making those. I want some 🙂
this is such a wonder idea. Never would have occurred to me. I bet they are a BIG hit with the kids and adults!
Great Job Girl! Love these!
Very nice. I will definitely have to try these out!
What a great idea!
They look – and I’m sure, taste – great!
wow these look great
So cute. What a great idea.
I love these! So easy, too! I have a feeling my kitchen helpers will try to eat all of the oreos, too, but I’ll at least start the project with them. I’m wondering how it would be with the candy corn oreos???
How cute AND yummy!