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Valentine Dipped Oreo Pops

What is it about a treat on a stick that makes it extra cute and extra delicious? Those cute Mickey Mouse ice cream pops, fruit skewers, cake pops, corn dogs…food on a stick is a tend that I am here for. And these Valentine Dipped Oreo Pops are some of my favorite desserts yet.

I’ll admit; they take a bit of practice and patience as I broke quite a few Oreos as I was trying to get the popsicle stick to stick. But your know what’s great about broken Oreos? You can eat them of course!

Ingredients & Supplies

  • Oreo cookies (I used original and golden)
  • Colored melting chocolate
  • Sprinkles
  • Parchment paper
  • Glass bowl
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Spoon/spatula


Line a platter or cookie sheet (I’m pretty sure I just heard these are actually called cooking sheets but I’m not ready to make that commitment yet) with parchment paper. Twist your Oreos apart.

Melt chocolate according to package instructions and stir until smooth. Dip one end of a lollipop stick into the melted chocolate and spin it around a bit.

Place the chocolate covered end onto one side of an Oreo and then place the other side of the Oreo on top.

Allow to cool and solidify.

Dip Oreo into chocolate and cover it completely. Use a spoon or spatula to help fill in the middle and cover the sides. This part is important to give them strength.

Lay flat on parchment paper and allow to cool and harden

Melt a different color of chocolate and use a spoon/spatula to drizzle it over the tops of the Oreo pops.

Top quickly with sprinkles.

Allow to harden and they are ready to serve!

Store in the freezer if you want to make ahead of time and you could even wrap them in a plastic snack bag and tie them with a ribbon to give as a gift.

I am having a “pal-entine’s” party with my girlfriends and their kids soon and I am planning to add these to my dessert board and maybe goodie bags. ❤️

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