Easy No Bake Halloween Treats: Mummy Oreo Pops Recipe

Just in time for Halloween parties and gatherings try these easy to create No Bake Halloween Treats: Mummy Oreo Pops.  Oreos are Hubs favourite cookie, but I decided to give them a little face lift to get them in the Halloween spirit.  These Mummy Oreo Pops are perfect to create with the kids and they will love sharing them with friends and classmates.  And we won’t judge if you keep a couple of these easy no bake Halloween treats for yourself too.

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No Bake Halloween Treat – Mummy Oreo Pops

Here is what you need:No Bake Halloween Treats Mummy Oreo Pops

Directions to make Mummy Oreo Pops:

Remove one side of the Oreo cookie either by twisting or using a knife to pry the sides apart.  Kids love this part!

Press in the Lollipop Stick into the cream filling.  To “glue” the Oreo back together melt a few of the chocolate wafers and pipe the melted chocolate over the stick.  Press the top of the Oreo back on and wait 10 minutes for the chocolate to cool and harden.Oreo Pops for Halloween

In the meantime melt 1 cup of White Chocolate Wafers in the microwave at 50% power for short intervals of 20 seconds. Stir and repeat until they are completely melted.

Holding the stick dip the “back” Oreo into the white chocolate completely allowing it to come up the sides, but NOT cover the front of the Oreo.  Dip around the edges if needed to get full coverage of the back and sides.  Using a spoon pour a small amount of melted chocolate over the bottom half of the front of the Oreo.  Allow the excess to dip off and then place on a piece of parchment paper to cool.  Repeat for all remaining cookies, and melt more white chocolate wafers as needed.

If the melted wafers start to harden pop them back into the microwave for 20 seconds and stir.  And if you are finding that the melted chocolate is too think add a *little* bit (1/2 tsp at a time) of oil to the melted waffers and stir.

Halloween Treats Mummy Oreo Pops

Place a dot of melted white chocolate on the back of the eyes and place on the dark part of the cookie to start creating the face.

Melt 1 cup of of White Chocolate wafers as described above.  Transfer melted chocolate into a piping bag with a small round tip, or if you are like me and do not own a piping bag use a sandwich bag.  Cut a VERY small hole in the corner of the bag, and draw many lines across your Oreo Cookie to create the Mummy effect.  Avoid the eyes.

Once you have the desired effect allow to harden and break off any of the tails of chocolate that might be hanging off the sides.  You can package individually in plastic bags or display in a container with some craft form inside to insert the sticks into.

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Pick up what you need to make this Easy Halloween Treat at home:

Viola!!! A gorgeous Halloween treat that did not require any baking! PIN it for later

Enjoy this special Halloween Treat – Mummy Oreo Pops!

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46 thoughts on “Easy No Bake Halloween Treats: Mummy Oreo Pops Recipe”

  1. Those are too cute! I love Halloween recipes like this and we all love Oreos here! We’ll be making them this year for sure! Thanks 🙂

  2. Kate, these little treats are just the cutest! Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
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  19. I love these Halowe’en treats mummy oreo pops. They are easy to make-just take a bit of time-depending on how many you are making. They look creepy and are probably delicious. What’s not to like?! It’s a perfect treat for Hallowe’en..

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