Snowman Oreo Pops

It’s time to kick off our 30 days of Christmas Countdown! I can’t believe it’s only 30 days away. Can You? You are in for a treat….or two…or 30! For the next 30 days leading up to Christmas we will be posting ideas for great holiday treats, crafts, and gifts for everyone. We are super excited about this and hope you enjoy it as much as us. Happy first day of the 30 days of Christmas! 
snowman oreo pops

 

snowman oreo pops recipeRecently my roommate Brittney has been making Oreo Balls and spreading the love with various boys around Provo. Every person that she has brought these to have been in awe at how amazing they taste.
While scanning Pinterest for ideas on Christmas treat ideas, I came across these cute little snowman brownie balls on grin and bake it . I decided to do my own rendition and turned them into Oreo balls. If you are trying to think of cute christmas treats to do for your neighbors, then these little snowman Oreo balls are a quick and easy idea. They are the perfect mixture of adorable and delicious!

Snowman Oreo Pops
 
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Recipe type: sweets
Serves: 15
Ingredients
  • 1 package of Oreos
  • 1 pkg 8 oz cream cheese
  • 1 bag of white chocolate chips
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil
  • Mini chocolate chips
  • Orange sprinkles
  • Sucker sticks
Instructions
  1. There are two ways of doing this. (I prefer the second)
  2. st Option: you can take the Oreos and scrape the frosting in with the cream cheese to blend, and then crush up the Oreos in a plastic baggie with a rolling pin.
  3. nd option: Take all the Oreos (frosting and all) and crush them up in a magic bullet, Ninja or food processor. This will make them a powder and then you can mix them with the cream cheese.
  4. Take the Oreo mixture and put them into balls. Some bigger than others so you have a body and head. Put them onto a pan with wax paper and put them in the freezer for 2 hours.
  5. When you remove them from the freezer take a head and body and put together with the sucker stick.
  6. Melt the white chocolate and vegetable oil in the microwave for 1 minute, stirring every 15 seconds.
  7. Take the snowman bodies and roll them in the chocolate. Let them sit until hardened.
  8. Decorate the face with the mini chocolate chips and sprinkles by dabbing them in the white chocolate and placing onto the snowman.
  9. Wrap up in baggies and deliver!

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Check out these other great holiday ideas on our 30 days of Christmas Countdown:

Northpole Cupcakes
Peppermint Krispy Treats   
 
 
 
 

 

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  1. says

    Now this looks yummy, and I so love snowmen, seems like a easy recipe! Thanks so much for linking up at Heavenly Treats Sunday Dessert Link Party!

    • says

      Glad that you stopped by. I had so much fun making these! Just make sure you freeze the oreo balls before you roll them in the chocolate :) It is a disaster if you don’t.
      Hope you stop by again soon

      -Spice Gals (Becky)

    • says

      Thanks so much for stopping by! This has been one of my favorite treats to make so far. We most certainly will be stopping by and sharing on your Foodie Link Party.
      We are excited to start following you too :)

      -Spice Gals (Becky)

  2. says

    I am one of the host of Foodie Friends Friday and also a contributor to our e- magazine Daily Dish I would love to be able to use this recipe for one of the post that I am writing about candies to make for Christmas and also a picture. Please let me know asap if you will give me permission to use this… I would make sure to link back and this would give your blog more exposure. Thanks Marlys http://marlys-thisandthat.blogspot.com and the link to our e-magazine http://www.foodiefriendsfridaydailydish.com/

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