Oreo Pop Flower Treats

12 pops
16 min

Aren’t these the cutest? I am continuing with making simple treats for Easter. My grandchildren are not big on cake eating so I have to be inventive with my treats. These were a little messy to make but so worth the effort. I think they really turned out adorable.

Here are your ingredients you need. You can use any melting chocolates you want. I started with the pink discs and decided to use the vanilla bark in the end. I thought they looked prettier with that. You really would not have to use the sticks either. They looked just as pretty without the sticks and displayed together. But I had them so I decided maybe it might be a little cleaner for the moms if I used them.

First you melt your chocolate, I took the Oreos apart and added a little of the chocolate to each side of the Oreo and dipped the sucker stick in the chocolate and put them back together with the stick inside the Oreo.

Then I used a spoon and and dropped some of the chocolate down the sides and front and back. I allowed some to run off so as not to have too much chocolate. I wanted them to resemble flowers when I was done.

I then started arranging the M&M’s in a flower pattern using the yellow ones as the center. I used the same color for each flower. So fun!

I always used the yellow for the center but chose different colors for each flower so I had a variety.

These have been kid tested and approved.

Recipe details
  • 12  pops
  • Prep time: 15 Minutes Cook time: 1 Minutes Total time: 16 min
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  • 1 Package Chocolate stuffed cookies
  • 6 0z Melting chocolate any color
  • 1 Package Chocolate coated candies
  • 12 Sucker sticks

Melt the chocolate of your choice, take apart your cookies.
Dip the sucker stick in the melted chocolate and add a little to the inside of the each cookie side.
Put your cookie back together with the stick in the middle.
Using a spoon ladle some chocolate to the sides of the cookie pop and then spoon over the front and back of cookie.
Let some chocolate fall off, so you do not have too much covering it.
Arrange your chocolate candies in a flower patter on top of the cookie before the chocolate hardens up.
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