Chocolate covered Holiday Oreo Pops

Before you know it we will all be in full swing for the holidays! Entertaining is really fun but it can be a lot of work. So why not get a jump start and begin making some treats ahead of time you can freeze?!? Below is a yummy treat that is fun to make and eat. It is very easy to prepare and sure to be a hit this holiday season! 

Holiday Oreo Pops


  • 1 Pkg. Oreos
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • 16 oz. Almond Bark or white chocolate chips
  • Red and Green Sprinkles


Melt Almond bark/chocolate chips in a microwaveable bowl in 60, 30 and then 15 second intervals stirring between each until smooth.

Carefully separate the Oreo halves. Place a Lollipop stick into the crème about halfway across the cookie. Replace the top. If they don’t stay together place a small amount of the melted bark/chcoolate inside and let set 8-10 minutes to keep the halves together.



Dip the Oreo into the melted Almond bark/chocolate and coat one side, flip and repeat on the other side ensuring that the Oreo is completely covered.

Place the Oreo on a large fork. Holding the fork level and working in a straight up and down motion so the Oreo doesn’t fall off, tap the fork on the edge of the bowl until the coating is smooth. Lay the pop on wax or parchment paper.

While the covered cookie is still soft, sprinkle with red and green sprinkles and let set at least 10 minutes.

Carefully remove the pops from the paper and store in an airtight container.



These oreo pops can be frozen for later, wrapped up and gifted or enjoyed right away. Change up the chocolate to milk chocolate or change the sprinkle color to add variety as you wish. 


  1. Omgosh these look so delish! Thank you for the recipe I will try it for sure!

  2. I really want to try to make OREO pops some time. I’ve never attempted it but this looks really easy and the turn out so cute and festive!

  3. Yummy! My kids would love to make these! They look so easy and fun for them!

  4. These are cute and seem easy to make! I am sure the kids would love to help make some for their Christmas parties.

  5. These are super cute. They would be great additions to our Gingerbread House since we wanted some cute decorations to go around it.

  6. As if Oreos aren’t good enough, you went and made them better. These look delicious.

  7. You know the way to my heart! This is exactly what I am craving!

  8. These are really cute and look super easy to make. My chocolate addicted children would love these for sure!

  9. How cute and easy to make.! No worrying that children would love this a lot!

  10. Those are awesome oreo pops! So much fun to be holiday festive! These would be perfect for holiday parties!

  11. Scarlet of Family Focus Blog says

    I bet my kids would love to make these. We love Oreos.

  12. Yum! Oreo’s are my fav. Love that you covered them with chocolate.

  13. These look like a fun treat for the holidays. I think my girls would have fun making them!

  14. OMG You can never go wrong with Oreos. Then cover them in chocolate. Where do I sign up?

  15. Oreo pops? Yes, please. This sounds like an awesome food to serve at a party for the parents…I mean kids to enjoy. 😉

  16. I love Oreos and your recipe looks so fun and festive for the holidays. Planning on trying your recipe this weekend.

  17. These are so super cute! And I bet they are so delicious, too! Thanks for the recipe!

  18. These look so delicious and easy to make. I will have to try this recipe with my kids this weekend.

  19. I love your tip for making the stick stay! An easy fix to a common solution

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