Monday, March 4, 2013

Simple St. Patrick's Day Oreo Pops


We wanted to come up with some super easy St Patrick's Day Oreo Pops using mint Oreo's we purchased and candy we had on hand.  The mint Oreo's are awesome!  We wanted to keep things simple without using any frosting and kids can help make these themselves! Any of these ideas would be cute for St. Patrick's Day class parties at school or just a fun and quick St. Patty's Day treat to make the kids!  


St. Patrick's Day Oreo Pops

Mint Oreo's
Vanilla Candiquik
 Green,Orange, Yellow, Red, & Chocolate Tootsie Rolls or Starburst
Mini M&M's
3 Mini Marshmallow
Green Jelly Beans
Yellow Sprinkles
Shamrock Sprinkles
Lollipop Sticks

We put a our Tootsie Rolls in the microwave for 6 seconds each and flattened it out using our fingers.  Cut off a strip using kitchen scissors. Shape the strips into a rainbow. Cut off the end of the chocolate Tootsie Roll.  Take the green jelly beans and cut them in half. Melt the vanilla Candiquik in the microwave according to directions.  Open up the Oreos.  Dip the top of the stick into the chocolate coating and press into the filling. Place on the top of the Oreo cookie.  Dip the Oreos in the vanilla coating and place on wax paper.  We dipped our chocolate Tootsie Roll end into the coating and then dipped in yellow sprinkles (for gold).  We cut mini marshmallows in half for the cloud.  We made a shamrock using our green jelly beans.

Here is a close up of the Rainbow Oreo Pop...


Here is a close up of the St Patty Sprinkle Oreo Pop....


Here is a close up of the Shamrock Oreo Pop....


Now onto the next set.....


St. Patrick's Day Oreo Pops

Mint Oreo's
White Candiquik
1 Green Tootsie Roll or Starburst
Mini M&M's
1 Mini Marshmallow
Shamrock Sprinkles
Lollipop Sticks

We put a green Tootsie Roll in the microwave for 6 seconds and flattened it out using our fingers.  Cut out a shamrock using kitchen scissors or a small cookie cutter. Melt the vanilla Candiquik in the microwave according to directions.  Open up the Oreos.  Dip the top of the stick into the chocolate coating and press into the filling. Place on the top of the Oreo cookie.  Dip the Oreos in the vanilla coating and place on wax paper.  We made the rainbow by using mini M&M's and cut a marshmallow in half for the clouds.  We used shamrock sprinkles on the other one.

Here is a close up of the Rainbow Oreo Pop....


Here is a close up of the Shamrock Tootsie Oreo Pop....


Here is a close up of the Shamrock Sprinkle Oreo Pop....


The Mint Oreos are a fun and delicious touch to these pops...YUM!


See how simple these are!  My boys LOVED these St. Patrick's Day Oreo Pops!


You can view the rest of our St. Patrick's Day fun food creations HERE!


Love from the Oven has a great video on how to make Oreo Pops and you can see it  HERE!

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5 comments:

  1. WOW, close-ups!!!Looks so delicious!Sometimes I just buy runescape accounts and sell them at higher price. Maybe I could use the money for this?

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  2. De volta ao lar e com muuuuuiiiitas saudades dos Amigos... E aqui retornando me deparo com estas DELICIAS!!!
    Espero por sua visita :0)
    Beijos Márcia (Rio de Janeiro - Brasil)

    http://decolherpracolher.blogspot.com

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  3. GREEN Tootsie Rolls??? Who knew such a thing existed? Thanks for the heads-up.

    M&M's as the rainbow - quick, quick, quick

    Tip to dip the stick in chocolate is a good one. These would even be wonderful if they weren't on a stick. Who doesn't love Oreos dipped in white chocolate.

    Tavette

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  4. I think eating at your house must be the most fun part of the day!! So clever and fun. Thanks for sharing!

    Warmly,
    Pink and Green Mama
    MaryLea

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  5. These are awesome! LOve these! I would love to have you do a guest post over at my blog!
    Check me back and email me if you are interested!
    Kimberli @ GReat Tastes Tuesdays
    www.greatastestuesdays.blogspot.com

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