Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentines Day Oreo Pops Recipe

The sea of red and pink has started to take over the stores – valentine’s day is just under a month away!  Looking for a Valentine’s Day party dessert idea?  Why not make these no bake, kid-friendly Valentines Day Oreo Pops.  You read that right, this yummy no-bake Valentine’s day treat only requires 3 ingredients – Oreos, white chocolate and sprinkles.  All easily found at your local grocery or bulk food store.

Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentine’s Day Oreo Pops

Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentines Day Oreo Pops Recipe via LittleMissKate.ca

Oreo pops are a great dessert idea that kids can help make and decorate.  As an added bonus they hold up well during transport, so you can send them to school with your kids without worrying about how they will look on arrival.  If you are feeling super crafty you can even create an Oreo Pop holder out of a small box or medium size bowl and floral foam.  Just cut the form to fit inside your box or bowl, cover with tissue paper and then press your finished pops into the foam to have them stand up for a tasty display.

Making Oreo Pops is does not require a lot of ingredients and kids love to help out.  Here is what you will need:

Valentine’s Day Oreo Pops

1 Package of Oreo Cookies

3-4 cups of Chocolate Merckens – I used white chocolate, but you could use pink or red too

Sprinkles to decorate – Red and pink

Olive oil if needed

Sucker Sticks

Directions:

Prepare the Oreo Cookies by opening them by twisting or with a knife.

Press in the stick and secure with a little bit of melted chocolate.  Replace the top of the Oreo cookie and allow to harden.Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentines Day Oreo Pops Recipe via LittleMissKate.ca

Melt the chocolate merckens in the microwave on medium heat stirring every 30 seconds until melted.

Depending on the consistency add a little Olive Oil, 1 tsp at a time, to help thin out the chocolate so that it will easily coat the Oreos.  Do NOT use water as this will cause the chocolate to seize up and become hard.

Holding the Oreos by the sticks dip into the melted chocolate to coat and allow the excess to drip off.

Place on a parchment lined cookie sheet and decorate with sprinkles and allow to harden.

Repeat for remaining Oreo Cookies.  If the chocolate starts cooling off, microwave for 20 seconds on medium to melt it again.

Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentines Day Oreo Pops Recipe via LittleMissKate.ca

Enjoy these fun Valentine Oreo Pops with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day!  Don’t forget to check out our other creative Oreo Pop recipes for more great ideas.

 

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31 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Party Dessert Idea – Valentines Day Oreo Pops Recipe”

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  4. Valentine’s Day is long gone but I think I would need to make these for my little girl’s birthday! She will love them

  5. These are so cute and the recipe is so easy too! My niece loves pink so these would be great for her birthday party!

  6. Elizabeth Matthiesen

    these look delicious and don’t sound too difficult to make – love the added touch of a little bow around the sticks 🙂

  7. I think I will have to make these up for Valentine’s Day. I have been looking for a few easy recipes to make up and these look great! Thanks!

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  10. These are so cute and look easy to do, will be making these for my kids lunch for Valentine’s day. Could switch up the sprinkles for different holidays too.

  11. These are awesome. I did them last year for my kids valentine parties and I’m not sure who went crazies over them, the kids or the teachers,ha! I’m doing them again this year too.
    Thank you so much for helping me out! Have a good day!

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