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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Christmas Cookie Week: Christmas Oreo Pops...

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Of all the cookies I have made this week, this cookie was easy, fun and ended up looking so cute!
Yes...I's a bit of a cheater.....cause I didn't actually make it...I just coated it in stuff and sprinkled it with stuff, and packaged  it up tres cute.
So I hope the cuteness factor makes up for the cheater factor!
*Christmas Oreo Pops*

Let me walk you through this easy process.
You will need:
oreo cookies
white chocolate melting wafers
crushed candy canes
lollipop sticks
lollipop bags
{I purchased the melting wafers, lollipop sticks and lollipop bags at Michaels in the cake decorating section}
Now lay out the oreo cookies on a cookie sheet. You will need 2 for each Christmas Pop.
Melt some white chocolate wafers. Now add some melted white chocolate on each cookie.
This is the 'glue' that will hold the lollipop stick in place.
Now add the lollipop stick on the bottom oreo and press a second oreo on top.
Place the Pops in the freezer for 20 minutes so the chocolate can 'set' and the lollipops sticks will hold.
Cover the cookie sheet with wax paper or parchment paper.
Remove the pops from the freezer and coat the Christmas Pops in white chocolate and sprinkle with crushed candy canes,or whatever you like.
{I only sprinkled crushed candy canes on one side of the pop}
Let the chocolate coating dry and harden.
  The Christmas Oreo Pops are done.
Now you can start the cute packaging favorite part!
Package each pop in a lollipop bag and tie with a ribbon.
I found this adorable tag at a blog called 'The Blackberry Vine'
It is a free printable, so you can hop on over there and print some for yourself.
You can find the tags here.
{If you visit Jami at The Blackberry Vine, please say 'hi' and thank her for the free tags!}
{I didn't print the tags on avery labels as suggested. I printed then on cardstock and cut them into squares and punched a hole in them.}
Christmas Oreo Pops are a great gift for your child's classmates, or Sunday school class, or sports team.
They would also make a cute package topper, or a party favor.
I am hosting a girlfriends' Christmas Luncheon on Sunday, and I plan to use the Christmas Oreo Pops as table favors at each place setting.
Except all my girlfriends who read my blog now know what the table will look like.
Just one of the hazards of blogging!

Tomorrow is the last day of Christmas Cookie Week already!
I have been having so much fun this week and I have all my homemade gifts ready to give out...bonus!
Please be sure to visit Grace at Sense & Simplicity to see her Christmas Cookie of the day.

Happy Thanksgiving if you are visiting from the U.S.!

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חתולי8 said...

This is great!
I love this kind of cheating!

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

These are adorable and so festive! Oreos are always a hit.

Nancy said...

Great idea! I love it.

Jami said...

Hi Angie!!
Your Oreo Pops turned out SO cute! The tags look great on them! Thanks so much for the link back!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

What an adorable Christmas treat!

Jennifer @Miss Maggie's Place said...

I wondered exactly how they were made. Thanks for sharing this. I can't wait to make some. I'm a new follower.

Life In The Thrifty Lane said...

Love it!!! You have so many great ideas, I'm your newest follower :)

Danielle said...

YUM!! Love this idea! I'd love for you to link up to my Homemade in December Link Carnival.

Kerryanne English said...

Who wouldn't love one of these!

I'd love it if you could share this over on my Simply Christmas Inspiration Party at

The Three Little Piglets said...

Those are sweet! And everybody cheats little now and then. At least you went the extra mile and added the ribbon and the cute little tag!

Md.Abdul Aziz said...

beautiful collection !thanks. it is favorite to me.
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Lindsi B said...

Yummy! I will send you my address for you to mail them to me =)
wink wink
I'd love you to link up with us.

April said...

SO yummy AND cute! I would love to have you link up at my Handmade Christmas party!

Natasha in Oz said...

That is so cute! I love the recipe but I love your sweet packaging idea too-you are so creative!

I am hosting a candy cane link up as part of my 12 Days of Christmas series at my Christmas blog. I would be honoured if you could stop by and link up this wonderful idea/post!

Best Christmas wishes,

blkenigma888 said...

Come to A Themed Baker's Sunday for this next week's theme: Christmas! Actually, this theme will continue until Christmas weekend! Hope to see you there!
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Adrienne said...

Love it! We devour the winter oreos with the white fudge. They only come around at Christmas. YUM!!

Raquel said...

these are so cute! i need to make these for sure, thanks

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