In today’s post: Learn how to make Easter Oreo pops with two step-by-step videos.
I kind of can’t believe there are still almost three more weeks until Easter – I’ve been eating mini eggs by the bag since right after Valentine’s Day. Maybe I should slow down a bit? Not likely…
Anyway, today I’m pulling this cute Easter Oreo Pops post out of the archives for those of you who didn’t see it three years ago – enjoy!
We don’t decorate for most holidays at my house, but we do make treats for them. Lots of treats. This week we’ve been making Easter Oreo Pops: quick, easy, cute + fun. These are a big hit with the elementary school crowd.
Easter Oreo Pops
We made both Easter bunny pops and Easter chick pops and they did turn out pretty adorable, if I do say so myself. And they’re super easy to make!
I even have a video for each one so you can watch the process in action. We’ll start with the Easter chicks. Gather your supplies:
How to make Easter chick Oreo Pops
Oreos | sucker sticks | yellow candy melts | orange Airheads candy | candy eyes
A few things to note:
- Make sure you prep each pop by dipping the stick in candy melt and wedging inside the Oreo, as shown in the video. Then let them harden up in the fridge for at least 10 minutes before dipping, or your pops may fall apart!
- After dipping, place the pops on wax paper and add eyes and beak right away. They set up pretty quickly.
How to make Easter bunny Oreo pops
Gather your supplies:
Oreo | sucker sticks | white candy melts | strawberry marshmallows | sugar | candy eyes | pink M&Ms (or other round pink candy)
A few things to note:
- Again, make sure you prep each pop by dipping the stick in candy melt and wedging inside the Oreo, as shown in the video. Then let them harden up in the fridge for at least 10 minutes before dipping, or your pops may fall apart!
- I used strawberry marshmallows for the ears, but if you can’t find them you can just use normal marshmallows. I dipped the cut edge of the marshmallows in sugar to keep them from being sticky to the touch.
- I used pink M&Ms from a bag of spring M&Ms, but you could also use pink jelly beans.
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