Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

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Speaking of Halloween, it’s almost here!!! Only a few more days! This week’s SundaySupper theme is Halloween! So I’ve got something special for you! Amazingly super easy, Jack Skellington Oreo Pops!! Jack Skellington, please tell me that you know who Jack Skellington is! If you don’t I just don’t feel like we can be friends….

If you need a refresher, Jack Skellington is the Pumpkin King! He’s the main character in “The Nightmare Before Christmas” aka the best movie ever. OK well maybe not the BEST movie ever but it’s on up there for me.

Last year Karyn from Pint Sized Baker made these Jack Skellington Cake Pops and I just loved them! I wanted to make them for our Halloween Party this year and wanted to make a batch for #SundaySupper but since I was being lazy am being super awesome on my Clean Eating Challenge, I thought that having a bunch of cake pops around wasn’t such a good idea. Humm… what else is round? The dang Halloween Oreos that I’ve been eyeing on the top of my refrigerator haha.

Those will work! So with inspiration from my favorite movie and Karyn from Pint Sized Baker, I give you Jack Skellington Oreo Pops!!

 

 

Ingredients :

12 Oreos
White chocolate candy coating/White chocolate candy melts
Black Edible Marker (I use the AmeriColor Black Edible Markers now)
Lollipop Sticks
Black Ribbon
*Baking Sheet lined with Foil

 

Instructions :

Melt the candy melts according to package directions. Pour into a short glass.

Add a dab of chocolate to the end of the lollipop stick and stick a lollipop stick into the cream filling of each Oreo. Lay Oreo pops onto the foil lined baking sheet.

Stick into the freezer for 1 minute. (This step is optional but it helped me keep the Oreos on the Stick)
Remove Oreo pops from freezer.

Dip the Oreos into the white chocolate one at a time. Covering each one and tapping off the excess chocolate. Place back onto the foil lined baking sheet.

Place into the fridge for 5 minutes or until chocolate is hard.
Remove Oreo pops from fridge.

Using an edible marker, draw Jack Skellington’s face onto each pop. If you have trouble with the marker “drying out” while you’re drawing the faces, lightly wet a paper towel and press the tip of the marker onto the wet paper towel and then continue to draw the faces. (I’ve been using AmeriColor Black Edible Markers for about a month now and love them)

Tie on Jack’s bow to finish the pops.