Christmas Sweets: Easy Christmas Oreo Cookie Pops Recipe

“Christmas time is here……  Happiness and cheer……” -Charlie Brown

You know you sang that as you read it!  *high five!*

Christmas time is my FAVORITE time of year.  Aside from all the Christmas sweets like these Christmas Oreo cookie pops recipe, I love how people are brought together in the spirit of love and giving and I especially love the spirit of service that people always feel as the celebrate the Saviors birth.

These Christmas sweets: oreo cookie pops recipe is easy to make in a pinch and to prep ahead of time! Include Oreos, chocolate, sprinkles and more!

When I was younger, my dad worked for the Army.  We were often not around family for the holidays as we moved from place to place.  But my mom always taught us to give and appreciate the gifts we had.  I remember spending hours in the kitchen with her as she made fudge, Danish, and so many other Christmas sweets.  We then would take them out to the soldiers that guarded our base on Christmas Eve.  That memory will forever be in my mind. The opportunity to make them feel loved and to have some holiday cheer as they protected us was priceless.

I try to teach the same thing to my children.  I help them to see that we have so much to be grateful for, and we have so much to give.  I have added on to my mom’s Christmas sweets list by adding our best Christmas dessert recipe.

My kids LOVE to make are these Christmas sweets: oreo cookie pops recipe!  I get them set up, and they do the rest!  The kids are given the chance to serve others while they enjoy the time they take to make the Christmas desserts and the chefs ALWAYS have to taste before sending them out, right???

Christmas sweets: Oreo cookie pops recipe

Ingredients

6 Double Stuff Oreos
1/2 cup White Candy Chips
Red & Green Christmas Sprinkles
6 Sticks
1 tsp Crisco

Instructions

Twist open each of the Oreo cookies.

Using the stick, make an indentation in the white filling of each cookie.

Heat Candy Chips and Crisco by microwaving for 30 seconds stirring and repeating until melted. Allow to cool for 2 minutes.

These christmas sweets Oreo pops are easy to make and SO delicious!! Includes Oreos, chocolate, sprinkles and more!

Dip the end of the stick in melted candy and then insert the stick in the indentation of cookie.

Place cookie back together and put in the refrigerator to set for 5 minutes.

After cookies have set, reheat candy for 30 seconds and stir.

These christmas sweets Oreo pops are easy to make and SO delicious!! Includes Oreos, chocolate, sprinkles and more!

Lay Oreo in melted candy and spoon mixture over cookie to coat thoroughly.

Carefully remove from candy, so the cookie doesn’t come apart, and let excess candy drip off.

Sprinkle red and green decorations over Oreo and lay on wax paper.

Immediately place in refrigerator for 10 minutes to set candy mix.

Printable Christmas oreo pop recipe

These Christmas sweets: oreo cookie pops recipe is easy to make in a pinch and to prep ahead of time! Include Oreos, chocolate, sprinkles and more!

Christmas Oreo Pops
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
 
Ingredients
  • 6 Double Stuff Oreos
  • ½ cup White Candy Chips
  • Red & Green Christmas Sprinkles
  • 6 Sticks
  • 1 tsp Crisco
Directions
  1. Twist open each of the Oreo cookies.
  2. Using the stick, make an indentation in the white filling of each cookie.
  3. Heat Candy Chips and Crisco by microwaving for 30 seconds stirring and repeating until melted. Allow to cool for 2 minutes.
  4. Dip the stick in melted candy and then insert stick in the indentation of cookie.
  5. Place cookie back together and put in the refrigerator to set for 5 minutes.
  6. After cookies have set, reheat candy for 30 seconds and stir.
  7. Lay Oreo in melted candy and spoon mixture over cookie to coat thoroughly.
  8. Carefully remove from candy, so the cookie doesn't come apart, and let excess candy drip off.
  9. Sprinkle Decorations over Oreo and lay on wax paper.
  10. Immediately place in refrigerator for 10 minutes to set candy mix.

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