Monday, October 17, 2011

Oreo Mummy Pops


You've probably seen these Oreo Mummy Pops before......they were all over blogland last Halloween.  I made them twice last year, and they were such a huge hit, I had to make them again this year!  We had our annual neighborhood Halloween party this weekend, so I whipped up a batch to bring.  What kid can refuse an Oreo covered in chocolate??  Even my older son, who is a notoriously picky eater (even when it comes to dessert), will devour one of these.  I'll be making another batch of these closer to Halloween to pass out at my younger son's preschool class (you have been warned!).......unfortunately I can't bring it to my older son's Kindergarten class......no homemade treats allowed (BOO!).


These treats are really simple to put together......and they come together waaaayyyy faster than cakepops do!  For instructions on how to make the Mummy pops, check out How Does She.  If you've never made Oreo pops before, and need instructions on the basics of putting them together, they've got a step-by-step guide here.

My little mummies from last year packed up and ready for school!
In case you were wondering.....we all dressed in Star Wars costumes this year (after being super heroes last year)......yes, we are dorks, but it was fun!



Enjoy!!

This post is linked to:
Monday, Mmmm......Dessert - Tuesday Talent Show - Tasty Tuesday - Tasty Tuesday - Crazy Sweet Tuesday - These Chicks Cooked - Cast Party Wednesday - T' Time - Turning the Table Thursday - Bake with Bizzy - It's a Keeper - Sweet Treats Thursday - Full Plate Thursday - Show Off Your Stuff - Sweet Tooth Friday - Friday Favorites - Anything Goes Linky - Fusion Fridays - I'm Lovin' It - Friday Food - Sweets for a Saturday - Seasonal Inspiration - Fat Camp Friday - Sweet Indulgences Sunday - This Week's Cravings - Halloween Traditions Link Up

17 comments:

  1. Very cute! I love how, in the baggies, their eyes make them look terrified. :)

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  2. These are too cute! Please if you have a second, link it up at the Haunted Halloween Blog Hop on theblogentourage.com

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  3. Ha. These are SO cute. Great little treat. Thank you for linking at Joy of Desserts.

    No homemade treats? They don't trust the moms? They'd rather have the chemicals and the recalls from the big factories? I'd better not get started. ;-)

    You all look great in your Star Wars costumes. :-)

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  4. These are so adorable! I think I'm making them for my son's fall party at school! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Okay, can I come over for a tutorial? I will keep you company, help you out, and maybe I can make a batch for kindergarten? I'll supply all the supplies!

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  6. Cute! Not just the Oreo Pops, but I love yalls costumes!

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  7. What an adorable job you id! Not only do they look yummy but they are so perfectly packaged :)

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  8. i just love these! Great job!

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  9. Fun Fun, Everyone looks so cute and the mummy pops are a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  10. These are the cutest things! I saw a package of eyes in the Wilton section of Walmart. I guess I should have bought them. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

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  11. I guess I was under a rock last Halloween. Never heard of these until this post. Very cute!

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  12. I am loving all of the Halloween stuff going on! These are just too cute. I am featuring these all week on Mangoes and Chutney. It will also be tweeted, pinned and mentioned on FB. Thanks for linking to Fat Camp Friday this week!

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  13. These look wonderful. I bet the class will love them.

    I would love for you to link this to my Halloween Traditions Link Up!

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  14. Hi! Just dropping back by to let you know that this recipe and your Apple Pie Cake made the top recipes on Sweet Indulgences Sunday. Hope you'll drop by this week and share some more recipes.

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  15. Very fun that you guys are all coordinated with your costumes. I love the star wars theme!

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