Easter Chick Oreo Pops

Easter Chick Oreo Pops

After a couple of miserable attempts at making cake pops, I quickly realized that Oreo Pops are much simpler to make and my family and friends enjoy them just as much. Last summer I made these Patriotic Oreo Pops and they were a real hit, so I decided to do some pops for our Easter gathering this weekend. My (almost) local craft store had Wilton Candy Melts 50% a couple of weeks ago, and I stocked up on all the colors of spring – including several bags of yellow which were prefect for these Easter Chick Oreo Pops.

These little chicks turned out so cute, if I may give myself a little pat on the back.

Here’s What You’ll Need:


Lollipop sticks

Yellow candy melts, melted

Orange candy coated chips (for the beak)

Orange wild flower confetti sprinkles (for the feet)

1/4″ White and Black Icing Eyes

Easter Chick Oreo Pops

1. Carefully separate the Oreo, to insert the lollipop stick. Use a dab of  candy melts or frosting to secure the stick between the  2 cookie halves. Allow to set for a few minutes.

2. Dip the Oreo Pops into the candy melts, and carefully shake off any excess. Smooth a bit with the back of a spoon if needed.

3. While the coating is still soft, place 2 eyes onto the chick. Next, add 1 candy coated chip for the beak and 2 orange wild flower sprinkles near the bottom for the feet. Place on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper and chill until chocolate coating is set.

Note:  I ordered the candy eyes, wildflower sprinkles, and candy coated chips from Amazon – I do a ton of shopping on Amazon, since I live out in the boonies. But you should probably be able to pick these supplies up at your grocery store or craft store.

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  1. says

    Ahh, I LOVE these! I will have to see if I have time to make them for Easter. If not maybe I can make a few up and send them in a care package to Ashley at college. How could you not smile if you received some of those in the mail?

  2. Debbie Welchert says

    How cute are these. I wish I had seen them before today so I could have made them. My grandchildren would just love them.

  3. Lisa R says

    These are too cute. I also saw the Monster Inc, Mike ones. I guess you can make almost anything with Oreo Cookies as the inside

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  4. Maria Iemma says

    These are adorable and who does not like Oreos. Since Easter has passed I will try them with a summer theme piping in waves or a beach ball.

  5. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I love what you do with Oreos and it is easier than cake pops. Is the frosting stiff enough to extend it up for a feathery tuft on top of each chick’s head?

  6. Tammy S says

    These are so cute! I love how easy they are to make also. I can’t wait to make these with my daughter. Thanks for the recipe!

  7. says

    These are darling and perfect for an Easter celebration! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party. Hope you link up to the party again tomorrow!

    Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.

  8. says

    I think Oreo needs to give you a call. These Easter Chick Oreo Pops are every adjective imaginable and then some. We all know the M&M commercial with the M&M’s being the stars. I think Oreo needs to use your Recipe and make the Oreo Chick Pops for their commercials from now on. You may want to think about getting a patent on these cuties. Thank you for the Recipe.

  9. Debbie Welchert says

    These are so cute. I would love to make these for my grandchildren. I know they would love them. What fun Easter treats.

  10. nicole dz says

    What a great Easter recipe idea & for oreos, very cute chicks! Love how there on a stick, all you have to do is individually wrap them for gift giving in easter baskets. Very easy to do! Like this a lot.

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