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How To Make Oreos Cake Pops

How To Make Oreos Cake Pops

This article on how to make oreos cake pops is meant to give you the basics of making cake pops. Cake pops are fun desserts that are easy to make. Original cake pops are made with crumbled up cakes. But in situations where you don’t have baked cake or don’t have time to bake one, you can make oreos cake pops.

Read on to find out how to make this dessert. And if you want to know how to make the original cake pops, click here to read one of our archived articles. 

The great thing about cake pops is that once you have a recipe, you can adapt it to fit your preferences. What’s more, they are so safe and easy to make that you can make them with your kids.

So if you have been looking for a fun culinary activity to engage in with your kids, this right here is a good place to start. Teach them how to make Oreos cake pops!

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So let’s share  this recipe for starters.

How To Make Oreos Cake Pops – Recipe #1

Ingredients

5 oz or 142g Cream Cheese

24 Pieces Oreo cookies

5 oz, ¾ Cup or 14og Chocolate

Sprinkles

Lollipop Sticks(as many as needed)

Instructions For Preparation

Melt Your chocolate and set aside. Then soften the cream cheese and place in a mixing bowl.

(i) Crush the oreos into fine crumbs ( you can use food processor or rolling pin).

(ii) Mix the oreos crumbs with the softened cream cheese until it can form a ball. Next form small balls with the mixture.

(iii) Dip the lollipop sticks into the melted chocolate and stick into the oreos balls. Then, dip the oreos balls into the melted chocolate to cover it.

(iv) Finally, cover each oreos ball with sprinkles. Stick into a styrofoam pad to dry.

This is a simple procedure but a video would also help you more so watch the accompanying video.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chisom Odimba

Chisom was raised in a home where something was always cooking or baking in the kitchen. She developed her love for baking and the culinary arts from an early age. Through the years she has undergone several formal and informal training on cake decoration. She obtained two certificates from The Wilton School of Cake Decorating and Confectionery Arts. Her wealth was of experience spans over 30 years of hands on training and experimentation. She is proud to say that whatever tips and advice she passes on are tested and proven. She has also inspired many to great entrepreneurial heights in the world of cake decoration.

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