Advent Calendar Day 17: Oreo Pops

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Am I the only person that has never tasted an Oreo, that all American famous cookie-biscuit thing? Sharon Hearne-Smith uses Oreos in her easy peasy doughnut cake pops in her book #NoBakeBaking. I used the recipe to make another couple of edible festive gifts.

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Ingredients :
2x154g packs Oreo cookies
100g full fat cream cheese
100g white chocolate
Edible sprinkles

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Blend the Oreo cookies to fine crumbs in a food processor, add the cream cheese and blend again until the mixture becomes a shiny dough.

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At this stage Sharon made little doughnut shapes out of her mixture, whereas I left mine as balls. I lay them on a sheet of parchment paper and placed them in the fridge to firm up.

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Melt the white chocolate over a bowl of hot water. Place a stick into the ball and then cover the Oreo ball with white chocolate or dribble the chocolate back and forth.

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Cover with edible sprinkles and chill in the fridge until completely set. Finally, pop into gift bags.

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Melissa xx

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35 thoughts on “Advent Calendar Day 17: Oreo Pops

  1. These are hugely popular around here. I have never made them, primarily because I have so many other things to make. Someday if will have to make them as the boys LOVE Oreos. The store Trader Joe’s makes a candy cane flavor cookie like this which I love, hmmm perfect for a pop!

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