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Smoke Bomb Oreo Pops!

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These adorable smoke bomb Oreos will be the hit of your July 4th parties!

It’s hard to believe that July is just around the corner– but it is! I love summer, and making fun patriotic treats always reminds me of pool parties and days at the beach on Lake Michigan ūüôā I made smoke-bomb brownies last year, and they were such a hit that I decided to turn them into Oreo pops this year!

Cute, yummy and SO easy to make ahead and have ready for all your summer celebrations!

Here’s how we made them: (printable recipe here)

INGREDIENTS: (makes about 30 pops)

  • One package of Double Stuff Oreos
  • 2 bags of Wilton‚Äôs candy melts in red
  • 1/4 cup of Wilton’s candy melts in white
  • Twizzlers Pull-n-Peel licorice in red/white/blue (or licorice strings of another variety)
  • Large star sprinkles
  • Tiny star spinkles

DIRECTIONS:

  • Gently twist apart all Oreos.
  • Melt white candy melts in the microwave in 30 second increments, stirring between until melted and smooth.
  • Dip end of a lollipop stick into the white chocolate, spread a little on the top of the white Oreo filling and then press the stick flat into the center of the filling.
  • Place top of Oreo on, and set on a cookie sheet. When all Oreos have sticks inserted, pop these in the freezer for 15-20 minutes (until they are nice and firmly set).
  • While these chill, cut licorice strings into about 30 (1 inch) segments.
  • Melt red candy melts in the microwave¬†in 30 second increments, stirring between until melted and smooth.
  • Dip the end of a licorice string into the red melts and then set flat against a large star sprinkle and allow this to harden- this will basically “glue” the star onto the end of the licorice.¬†
  • Gently dip chilled Oreo in red candy melts, using a spoon to cover all sides. Tap stick against side of bowl to drain excess.¬†Set on parchment paper.
  • While candy melts are still soft, set end of licorice into the top of the Oreo and sprinkle with tiny stars.
  • Allow everything to harden up, and then slide each pop into a small cello bag and tie with ribbon (alternatively, store in an airtight container with parchment paper as layers between).
  • Enjoy!

My thoughts: These are easy little treats to make- and they have OREOS inside- so they are delicious too! (If you have never made Oreo Pops before, check out our tutorial here.) ENJOY!

Other fun and very patriotic desserts for your July: (click on photo to see recipe)

 

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Oreo Pops~ a recipe revisited!

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RR HeaderDay #4 of our celebration of past recipes. ¬†This week is going fast! ¬†Today’s recipe is the 4th¬†most¬†viewed recipe on the Easybaked site. ¬†It has had nearly 60,000 visits since it was published in February of 2012. ¬†Can you guess what it is????

Oreo pops - a revisited recipe!These little treats are a favorite of mine.  They have been remade as mummies and snowmen already- the decorating possibilities are just endless!

These have been the star attraction at birthdays, showers, picnics, retirement parties, and even as favors at weddings. ¬†They have been decorated in flowers and butterflies and school colors and even with Barney the Dinosaur! ¬†The end of July they will be featured in Women’s World Magazine (so be on the look-out and grab a copy!).

For the Fourth of July holiday I simply dipped them in red white and blue and decorated with drizzles and sprinkles.  SO easy.  I tied these up in little favor bags and they are all set to travel to all of my upcoming holiday parties and picnics!  I just love things you can make ahead!

To see the original recipe and get directions for how to insert the stick and dip these, click here.

To print a copy of the recipe and directions, click here.

Patriotic Oreo Pops!!!

Patriotic Oreo Pops!!!

Patriotic Oreo Pops- yum!!!Don’t miss our very last recipe remake tomorrow morning~ you’re going to love it!!!

Want to know what our other most-visited recipes are? ¬†Here’s what’s at the top of the list:

Strawberry-Lemonade Layer CakeFrozen S'mores CupsRaspberry Confetti KissesSalted Caramel Cookie Cups (2)

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