Adorable Easter Oreo Cookie Pops

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Three Easter Oreo Cookie Pops with a ribbon around their lollipop sticks.

Easter Oreo Cookie Pops

Ok, we may have a teeny tiny obsession with making Oreo Cookie Pops. We have such a fun time making Oreo Pumpkin Pops and Oreo Mummy Pops in the fall, we thought I need to do a little cookie pop for Easter too! Ta-da! Easter Oreo Cookie Pops are here!

This is such an easy way to make something festive for an Easter brunch or get together. Plus, no one can resist their cute little ears and noses and an Oreo cookie, so they’ll be the hit of the party! Simple and Easy Easter Treats are the way to go!

Find a cute little bucket, pail or basket and these can be set out on a buffet for brunch and everyone can take one as they walk by.

Or put them on the kid’s table and let them decorate and gobble them up for dessert!

 

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Adorable Bunny Oreo Cookie Pops on a stick.

Supplies for Making Easter Cookie Pops

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White Candy Melts
Lollipop Sticks
Marshmallows
Smallish Pink Candy
Candy Eyeballs

 

supplies for making Easter Oreo Cookie Pops

How to Make Bunny Oreo Pops

These Easy Oreo Pumpkin Pops are a great way for the kiddos to help in the kitchen.

Step 1

First, melt your candy melts according to the package instructions. While it’s melting, take apart your Oreo cookies.

Step 2

Next, dip your lollipop stick in a dab of the melted chocolate and press it into the creamy center of the Oreo. Place the top of the cookie back on and refrigerate until solid. 5 -10 minutes should do the trick. Longer is okay too.

Step 3

Take your cookies back out of the fridge and dip the entire cookie on a stick back into the chocolate (reheat if hardens). Cover the entire cookie.

Place prepped marshmallow ears on top of the cookie and then place candy eyeballs somewhere in the middle to middle-top. Finally, add a nose and you’re done!

How To Make Bunny Ears

Here’s a tutorial on how to make Marshmallow Bunny Ears or you can just snip off a piece lengthwise on the marshmallow.

Tips for Making Easter Oreo Pops

  • To make sure the cookies stay together nicely, we like to use Double Stuffed Oreos, but regular also work.
  • Make sure you prep each cookie pop by dipping the stick in candy melt and securing it inside the Oreo. Then, let them harden up in the fridge for 5- 10 minutes before dipping the rest of the cookie or your pops may fall apart! Yikes!
  • To keep them from being sticky when touched, we dipped the cut edge of the marshmallow ears in sugar.
  • We find the smaller size candy eyeballs work best with the size of the Oreo cookie.
  • For the noses, we use pink Sixlets, but you could use spring colored M&Ms or pink jelly beans.

 

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Cupe Bunny Oreo Pops with ribbon bow ties.

An adorable Easter bunny Oreo cookie pop with a ribbon around the stick.

Easter Oreo Cookie Pops

Easter Oreo Cookie Pops are an easy and adorable Easter Treat! Chocolate covered Oreos with bunny ears and a cute little nose makes the cutest and yummiest treat ever!

Print Pin Rate

Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Chilling time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Servings: 20
Calories: 154kcal
Author: Erin Henry

Ingredients

  • 1 bag White Candy Melts
  • 1 package Oreos ((I like the double stuffed for this recipe))
  • 1 package Lollipop/Treat Sticks
  • 1 package Candy Eyeballs
  • 1 package Sixlets ((M&Ms or other Pink Candy))
  • 15 Marshmallows
  • Pink Sprinkles

Instructions

  • Melt your candy melts according to package instructions. Take apart cookies.
  • Next, dip your lollipop stick in a dab of the melted chocolate and press it into the creamy center of the Oreo. Place the top of the cookie back on and refrigerate until solid.
  • Take your cookie back out of the fridge and dip the entire cookie on a stick back into the chocolate (reheat if hardens). Cover the entire cookie.
  • Place prepped marshmallow ears on top of the cookie and then place candy eyeballs somewhere in the middle to middle-top. Finally, add a nose and you’re done! Refrigerate until hardened. Enjoy!

Notes

Prep time depends on how many cookie pops you’re making. Store in an airtight container. 

  • To make sure the cookies stay together nicely, we like to use Double Stuffed Oreos, but regular also work.
  • Make sure you prep each cookie pop by dipping the stick in candy melt and securing it inside the Oreo. Then, let them harden up in the fridge for 5- 10 minutes before dipping the rest of the cookie or your pops may fall apart! Yikes!
  • To keep them from being sticky when touched, we dipped the cut edge of the marshmallow ears in sugar.
  • We find the smaller size candy eyeballs work best with the size of the Oreo cookie.
  • For the noses, we use pink Sixlets, but you could use spring colored M&Ms or pink jelly beans.

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Nutrition

Calories: 154kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 115mg | Potassium: 49mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 16g | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 2mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American

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