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Snowman Oreo Pops!

Snowman Oreo Pops!

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Merry Christmas everyone from my family to yours!!!
I hope you make many great memories this Christmas.
Today I have for you these cute little  
Snowman Oreo Pops
They will be making their way to our neighbors soon!

They were super easy to make and they turned out SO delicious!!!

What you will need: 
1 package of Oreos
1 8oz. package of cream cheese
30 lollypop sticks
white chocolate chips, almond bark or candy melts (your choice here)
Twizzlers pull and peel
box of red hots
sequin candy sprinkles in blue and orange
Place oreos and cream cheese into a food processor or mixer and mix away… Takes a few seconds to crush and mix.  Next roll into balls about walnut size and place in refrigerator for 1 hour or so.  Next melt the white chocolate in the microwave in 30 second increments or until melted (don’t overcook!).  Take your lollypop stick and put a little melted chocolate on the tip… then stick it into the ball.  Dip the ball into chocolate and set aside on wax paper.  Do only 2 at a time and put the decorations on BEFORE the chocolate sets up!


Before the chocolate sets up start sticking the decorations on starting with the Twizzlers… Cut the twizzler to fit over head then place red hots next to it to make a ear muff.  Put the eyes and nose in place and poke holes with a toothpick to make the mouth and you are finished!!! 
SO simple and fun!!! The kids will really love this!!!

Happy Creating!

Now it is your turn… I want to see what you have been up to!

Please post this somewhere on your blog or post to let everyone know where the party is at! Thanks!

Bubbly Nature

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Saturday 24th of December 2011

Thanks for inviting me to your link party!

Merry Christmas! :)


Friday 23rd of December 2011

That's a beautiful Christmas card pic!

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Friday 23rd of December 2011

Thanks for hosting, have a Merry Christmas!

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