Cookie pops are awesome at any time of the day, month, year or occasion. Especially when you promised to bring a dessert to a dinner party then realize you don’t have time to whip up your famous three-layer gradient vanilla cake.
These amazing four-ingredient No-Bake C0okie Pops were a hit with both kids and adults and so easy to make!
- 1 packet of Double Stuffed Oreos
- 8 oz of full fat cream cheese
- 12 oz of your favorite, good quality chocolate
- Sprinkles for decoration
- Put the Oreos into a processor (all of it!) and pulse them to a crumb consistency.
- With a stand or handheld mixer, beat the Oreo crumbs with the cream cheese until combined.
- Roll the mixture into about 30 - 35 balls by hand. Place the balls onto a greaseproof parchment-lined cookie sheet. Put the balls into the fridge for an hour, or the freezer for 30 minutes.
- Coarsely chop the chocolate. Melt it in the microwave in 20-second increments.
- Coat each cookie pop one by one. Pick up each cookie pop with a fork, but be careful. Don't pierce it. Tap the cookie pop at the edge of the bowl to allow excess chocolate to drip off.
- Decorate with sprinkles before the chocolate hardens.
- Place the chocolate-dipped sprinkled cookie pops into the refrigerator for 10 to 15 minutes until the chocolate sets.
- These cookie pops need to be refrigerated and will stay fresh for 3 days (if they last that long!).
Alison Lee is the co-editor of Multiples Illuminated, an anthology about twins, triplets and more, a writer, and publisher. A former PR and marketing professional, she is the owner of Little Love Media, specializing in blog book tours. Alison’s writing has been featured in Mamalode, On Parenting at The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Everyday Family, Scary Mommy, and Club Mid. She is one of 35 essayists in the anthology, My Other Ex: Women’s True Stories of Leaving and Losing Friends (Fall, 2014), and has an essay in another, So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood (Spring, 2016). She is also an editor at BonBon Break. Alison lives in Malaysia with her husband and four children (two boys and boy/ girl twins).