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oreo and strawberry chocolate pops Kids’ party food ideas? Maybe a tad on the unhealthy side but hey it’s a party – and  these Oreo and strawberry chocolate pops are the perfect sweet treat to bring out after the veggie pots and sandwiches have made an appearance.

oreo and strawberry chocolate pops Chocolate Oreo biscuits smothered in {good quality} strawberry chocolate with a shake of sprinkles – that’s a little bit of magic. If you’re unsure whether to serve at the party then give them to guests at the end of the party, just pop them into small clear cello bags and tie with pretty ribbons. You can even make personalised name tags and add them to each treat.

oreo and strawberry chocolate pops Making these was simple, allow yourself about half an hour to make a dozen and all you need is a pack of Oreos, strawberry chocolate (buy online from a leading chocolatier – you’ll pay around £4 for 300g but it’s absolutely worth it). Arm yourself with a dozen cake pop sticks (buy these on eBay for a song) and a selection of colourful cake sprinkles. We used glitter sprinkles in a cheerful mix of colours.  And then baking paper.

How to make Oreo and strawberry chocolate pops

oreo and strawberry chocolate pops

  1. Melt your chocolate in a bowl over hot water, then as it’s melting carefully open up each Oreo biscuit.
  2. Place a cake pop stick in the centre of each biscuit, gently pushing it into the white icing.
  3. Once melted, place a dollop of chocolate on the centre of the biscuit and then carefully place the other half of the biscuit on top. This will secure the cake pop sticks inside the biscuits.
  4. Slowly dip each Oreo into the melted chocolate and then scatter over some sprinkles before placing on the baking paper.
  5. Once all the Oreos have been chocolate coated and sprinkled place them in the fridge to allow the chocolate to set. Shouldn’t take more than 45 minutes to set.

oreo and strawberry chocolate pops Fancy these – would you make them for your child’s party?