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These little Pumpkin Oreo Pops are perfect for a Halloween party, Fall festival or as a pumpkin baby shower favor!
Last month I had the pleasure of throwing a baby shower with my mom for my brother and my sister in law to celebrate their first little one! I’m getting a nephew, y’all! Ahhh, I’m so very excited and I’m super happy that Jax is going to have a little baby cousin that’s almost the same age/ Well, Ashton will be a year younger but it’s close enough!
Her theme was a bit of Woodland animals, arrows and little pumpkins mixed together to welcome their little pumpkin and match their nursery theme.
So for the favors, I made these Pumpkin Oreo Pops! Meghan found a photo of Pumpkin Oreo Pops on Pinterest and the blog they must have come from doesn’t seem to exist anymore so I kind of just used my Jack Skellington Oreo Pops as a guide for these cute Pumpkin Oreo Pops!
I’ve got the printable recipe at the bottom of this post but here is how I made these.
First, you’re going to want to make your pumpkin stems. I didn’t take a picture of that step but they’re super easy so I think you’ll be able to create them without a photo. Just melted green candy melts according to the package directions. Then just pour the warm green candy melts into a Piping bag or plastic sandwich bag and snip the end. Pipe out little rectangles on to a piece of parchment paper and let them harden to make the stems.
Twist each Oreo cookie open.
Melt the orange candy coating.
Dip each lollipop stick (one at a time) into the melted chocolate and press it into the middle of one side of an Oreo and then sandwich the other half onto the Oreo cookie and stick to make a pop!
Sit aside and let cool for about 5 minutes.
Re-melt orange chocolate if needed and dip each Oreo pop into the melted candy coating.
Remove and place on a piece of parchment paper and stick a green stem into the top of the Oreo while the candy coating is still wet.
Let pops sit until chocolate hardens.
I started off with some chocolate sandwich cookies and melted candy coasting to make little Oreo pops.
After I made these cuties, I turned them into sweet little Pumpkin Oreo Pops for the baby shower.
I just popped each pop into a plastic treat bag, tired it up with a curly white ribbon while adding a sweet little Thank you tag.
For the little thank you tags:
Just use Word or a program like PicMonkey to create a Thank You tag. Print them out on card stock and punch a hole in the top corner. Then tie it onto the pops.
Pumpkin Oreo Pops
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