Aren’t these the cutest? I am continuing with making simple treats for Easter. My grandchildren are not big on cake eating so I have to be inventive with my treats. These were a little messy to make but so worth the effort. I think they really turned out adorable.
Here are your ingredients you need. You can use any melting chocolates you want. I started with the pink discs and decided to use the vanilla bark in the end. I thought they looked prettier with that. You really would not have to use the sticks either. They looked just as pretty without the sticks and displayed together. But I had them so I decided maybe it might be a little cleaner for the moms if I used them.
First you melt your chocolate, I took the Oreos apart and added a little of the chocolate to each side of the Oreo and dipped the sucker stick in the chocolate and put them back together with the stick inside the Oreo.
Then I used a spoon and and dropped some of the chocolate down the sides and front and back. I allowed some to run off so as not to have too much chocolate. I wanted them to resemble flowers when I was done.
I then started arranging the M&M’s in a flower pattern using the yellow ones as the center. I used the same color for each flower. So fun!
I always used the yellow for the center but chose different colors for each flower so I had a variety.
These have been kid tested and approved.
Chocolate Oreo M&M Pops
- 1 Package Chocolate stuffed cookies
- 6 0z Melting chocolate any color
- 1 Package Chocolate coated candies
- 12 Sucker sticks
- Melt the chocolate of your choice, take apart your cookies.
- Dip the sucker stick in the melted chocolate and add a little to the inside of the each cookie side.
- Put your cookie back together with the stick in the middle.
- Using a spoon ladle some chocolate to the sides of the cookie pop and then spoon over the front and back of cookie.
- Let some chocolate fall off, so you do not have too much covering it.
- Arrange your chocolate candies in a flower patter on top of the cookie before the chocolate hardens up.