Easy Oreo Cookie Pops

YAY Cookie Pops

Here’s a quick and cute, no-bake way to say yay with cookies!
Or say anything else sweet for that matter. It’s a totally fun way to make someone eat their words, too.

Oreos

Just start with your favorite sandwich cookies.

Making Candy Letters

You’ll also need edible letters.

Use a letter candy mold and candy wafers in the color of your choice to make the words.

Fill the mold cavities with melted candy wafers and place the mold in the fridge for a few minutes to set quickly.

Gently twist the mold and/or press the back of the letters to help release them from the mold. Then turn the mold over on a dish towel on the counter so the don’t break when they release.

You can make them ahead of time and save them for when you need them.

Candy Letters

Arrange the letters to say short words like YUM… YAY… HEY… or BAE ; )

Set them aside and then get ready to dip.

Cookie Pops

Separate the cookies. Dip the end of a pop stick into melted candy wafers. Press gently into the creme center and then sandwich the cookies back together.

Let the coating set and when dry, dip the cookies into more melted candy wafers.

Dipping Oreos

I went with sky blue for these so the white letters would pop off the fronts.

sticks

Let the cookie pops dry completely in a cake pop stand or simply lay them flat on a wax paper-covered surface.

HEY Cookie Pops

Attach the candy letters to the front of the cookie pops with a dot of coating to use as glue.

Then say HEY and give them to someone to brighten their day.

Sweet!

Below are the Bakerella for Make’n Mold Items used in this post. You can find them at A.C. Moore Crafts or you can get them online directly from Make’n Mold at the following links.

Pop Sticks
Letters Candy Mold
Numbers Candy Mold (if you want the hashtag symbol)
Sky Blue Candy Wafers
Marshmallow White Candy Wafers

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32 comments on “Easy Oreo Cookie Pops”

  1. Love making these! Yours are so cute :) Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. these are so cute! love how vibrant that blue is.

    M.

  3. Not a fan of Oreos…but this is so cute!!!

  4. Sometimes the easiest and prettiest creations are right under our noses never to be seen. Leave it to you to discover them. Great idea Angie – who wouldn’t love these, let alone have fun creating them. They’d be fun at a baby shower, wedding or birthday party.

  5. I love what you did here. So clever, so adorable. Filing it away in my remaining gray cells.

  6. Very cute, quick idea! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Great ideas from you.

  8. These are SO cute! Thanks for sharing!!

  9. Brilliant concept and so colourful x

  10. These are so cute. Thank you so much for sharing your tricks of the trade. Greatly appreciated.

  11. These are so cute, Thank you so much for sharing !

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  12. Those are so adorable! I love how simple you made it seem!
    Kari
    http://www.sweetteasweetie.com

  13. Perfectly cute and delicious! =)

  14. i love your website!!! those are so cute i cant belive it!!!

  15. oh my cuteness. I have to make some cookies that say bae.

  16. How do you do these things–take something so simple and turn it into something AMAZING!?
    *so jealous*

  17. does anyone else realize the time we sent the messages is wrong…

  18. They are so deliciously cute! I ordered 4 molds from the website but the shipping is outrageous.

  19. This is going to make a huge impact on instagram. These hail from the sea oreo are perfect. Very clever!

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  21. WHAT. NO.

    How in the WORLD could you have separated Oreos so PERFECTLY. And so many TIMES.

    You’re a witch.

  22. I LOVE Oreos! And this is a great party idea! Thanks :)

  23. I love Oreos… these look great!

  24. Hi Angie – Thanks for the timely inspiration – I made Oreo pops for my sons 16th birthday on the weekend – I had my letter molds ready to decorate them but ran out of time :-(
    The Oreo pops were so easy to make and a huge hit with his guests (aged 15-18) and I will definitely be making them again. It’s not always easy to get all the necessary bits and pieces here in Australia to make your creations, but this was an easy one :-)

  25. OMG I cannot even! How cute is this!!! And it actually looks like something a clutz like me can do!

  26. Would you mind sharing which letter mold you use?

  27. Wow that is amazing!

  28. Hi Angie, thanks for this lovely post. Nobody can hate Oreo. I still remember how I ate them when I was small- split the choco wafers and scrape off that delicious sugary filling with my front teeth. I also liked smashing them in my ice cream when dunking them in milk sounded too boring.

    Making Oreo pops seems to be easy. I will give it a try and let you know.

  29. Trust me, I did have a few mess-ups before I got the balancing right. Place in a stand and let dry completely.

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