Friday

FAMILY FUN FRIDAY! Spooky Oreo Lollipops.

I have seen chocolate covered Oreos all over town lately. A sign that the holiday season is right around the corner. A saw a few at a boutique this week that were covered in halloween sprinkles. We decided to make our own scary version. 

One of the greatest things you can do with your kids (besides read to them) is cook with them. It teaches them valuable skills, not to mention it is a great time to talk and communicate. Head to the kitchen for a YUMMY FAMILY FUN FRIDAY!

YOU WILL NEED


 We only eat the Double Stuffed in this house. Otherwise I catch everyone unscrewing them and putting two together.


Melting Chocolate 
 White Chocolate Chips will work also. 


I had these little icing tubes in the cupboard. You don't have to have these though. You can color the chocolate and get the same effect. 


Food Coloring. I found out that the tubes by Wilton make my chocolate seize.  So stick to the drops.


Lollipop Sticks, or in our case, wooden skewers.


Green gumdrops or jelly beans for the pumpkin stems. 

LET'S GET STARTED


Take your skewers or sticks and push one into each Oreo, to make a lollipop. 


Melt your chocolate either on the stove in a double broiler, or in the microwave. 
Once your chocolate is melted, separate it into three bowls and color your chocolate.
1. Leave one Bowl White,
2. One Bowl Orange (four drops yellow, two drops red)
3. One bowl Green


Dip your Oreo pops in the melted chocolate. The kids found it easier to drop a big spoonful of chocolate on top of the Oreo and let it run down and around the sides and bottom.  


Lay your freshly dipped lollipops on parchment paper to cool.
While they are cooling, put the stems on your pumpkins and add any other embellishments you want. Our son wanted broken candy corns for his monster teeth.  You can speed things up by putting them in the fridge.


Time to decorate. Anything goes, just make it spooky.
If you don't have tubes of icing, take a little melted chocolate and add some food coloring. Then put it into a plastic sandwich bag and snip the corner. Now you have a quick, homemade piping bag. I actually used that trick for the spider web. 






Once they have cooled they are really sturdy. You can stand them up in a vase filled with candy corns and display them in the kitchen. Don't expect them to stay their long. Yum.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS WEEKEND?
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9 comments:

  1. Hey Heather, awesome idea with the cookie lollipops! Will have to remember this for the next birthday! Just stopping by from SITS Snow Leopard tribe! Looking forward to reading some more of your posts,
    Sophie
    x

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  2. Those are SO cute (and look delicious! :)

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. These are so fun, and my girls would LOVE helping with that. Great idea!

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  4. Oh my gosh! So cute! I love ideas like this. I'm not a big cook, but sweet treats I can do.

    Thank you from a fellow snow leopard. :-)

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  5. that is awesome! I might have to make these with my nieces.

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  6. WOW those look like fun. I just love to bake with my kids.

    I am here from your SITS tribe and I wanted to say Hi!!!

    Hi! Have a great rest of the weekend.

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  7. Super cute idea...thanks for sharing.

    p.s. I wanted to also thank you for your info on the boots I posted today. You may have just convinced me! :)

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  8. I think we'll be trying these out. The kids will think they're awesome!

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  9. These are gorgeous! lol who knew oreos could look so elegant!
    thanks so much for the tutorial!!

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