Recently I was spending time with my newly found
addiction, PInterest, and have made quite a few deductions.
First, people are always trying to do thing better than before.
It's not necessarily a bad thing, but it can make you feel
inadequate in the baking, fashion and home decorating capacities.
At the same time, the experience made me think
back to a simpler time in my life. When I was young, my
grandmother was everything on Pinterest and then some. Her
amazing cookies, cakes and pies were only overshadowed by her
immaculate housekeeping abilities coupled with her perfect hair.
I loved her so much and I love her still! She has since passed
away, but I hold my fond memories near and dear to my heart.
During the holidays, my grandmother would make
white chocolate covered oreos, and the entire family loved them!
With all of the progress made in cookie making of late, our cookies
can be a bit over the top so sometimes it's good to get back to
basics. Here's how to go back to a simpler time and make a
tried and true favorite.
Oreo Cookie Pop Recipe Ingredients
• Oreos or Trader Joe's Joe-joes
• Candy melts, you can get these in different colors)
• Lollipop sticks, if desired
• wax paper
Oreo Cookie Pop Directions
Insert lollipop sticks into Oreos.
Melt candy melts according to package directions.
If the candy is too thick, you can add a little Crisco shortening or
vegetable oil to think it a bit. Please note that if you
overheat the candy, it will become too thick to work with also.
In this case, you should throw away the candy coating and start
If you have lollipop sticks in the cookies, use
them as a handle for dipping the cookie pops into the melted candy
coating. Place on wax paper to harden. While the candy
coating is still soft, you can add sprinkles, chocolate shavings, or