Make this holiday season extra fun by making Rudolph Oreo Pops for the kids to enjoy. Chocolate-covered Oreos are irresistible. It’s so easy to turn them into Christmas-themed Rudolph Pops. Come on in and I’ll share how to make these easy Christmas treats…
I love creating fun treats with melting chocolate.
Melting chocolate is easy to manipulate and create all kinds of fun decorations like the antlers shown above.
I chose to decorate these Oreo Cookies with only the antlers and the nose. I left the back of the Oreo without chocolate too. If you want, you can dip the entire cookie into the melted chocolate. I was just having a lazy day, and I didn’t want to overpower the cookie with all of that chocolate. I actually like the way the bottom half of the cookie shows.
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How Long Will Oreo Pops Last?
- Store Oreo Pops in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks.
Can you Store Chocolate Covered Oreos in the Freezer?
- If you need to store your chocolate-covered Oreos in the freezer, place wax paper between cookies and store them in a zip-tight freezer bag for up to one month
Here’s how to Make Rudolph Oreo Pops…
Rudolph Oreo Pops
- wax paper
- Paper Straws – Christmas Themed
- 12 oz. brown melting chocolate
- 12 Double or Mega stuffed Oreos
- 12 Red M&Ms
- Melt the chocolate melts in a glass microwave proof bowl
- Refer to the package directions. I like to heat the chocolate for 1 minute, stir and then melt 30 more seconds.
- Place wax paper on your work surface
- Pour some melted chocolate into your squeeze tube
- Squeeze out chocolate into antler shapes, like the image above
- Let the chocolate dry
- Squeeze one end of the straw until it is flattened
- Dip it into the melted chocolate
- Push the straw with chocolate on the end into the stuffing of the cookie
- Set it down and let the chocolate dry
- Dip the Oreo Cookies into the bowl of melted chocolate
- *I just set the top of the cookie into the chocolate, covering the front of the Oreo
- Turn the cookie so that the top is facing up and tap the straw on the edge of the bowl so the chocolate will release any air bubbles and turn smooth
- Place the chocolate covered Oreo onto the wax paper
- Dip the end of an antler into the melted chocolate and then into the cookie where you want the antlers to go
- Do this quickly, as the warmth from your fingers will start to melt the thin chocolate antler
- Repeat for the second antler
- Add a red M&M in the center of the cookie
- Repeat with the rest of the cookies
- Let the chocolate dry
- Store cookies for up to 2 weeks at room temperature in an airtight container – place wax paper between cookies
~ Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do