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Rainbow Oreo Pops

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Our Rainbow Week continues today with these fun Rainbow Oreo Pops! They are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, a Rainbow Party Treat or even a classroom treat!

They are fun to make and go together quickly with just a few ingredients and supplies. It actually took me longer to get all the candy ready and in the glasses then it did to make the Oreo Pops!

And something new I learned when I couldn’t find purple candy melts…they make candy coloring specifically for candy! And it worked like a charm!

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Rainbow Oreo Pops
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A fun treat for the kiddos {and adults} Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com
  • Oreo Cookies
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Candy Melts - white, red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple {or any colors you like}
  • Wax paper
  • Candy coloring - if you can't find the colors you want
  1. Place a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet
  2. Open the Oreo cookie and place 1 piece on the cookie sheet
  3. Melt a small amount of white candy
  4. Dip the end of the lollipop stick into the melted white candy and place on cookie, gently pushing down
  5. Replace with other side of cookie
  6. Place in freezer until set - about 5 minutes
  7. Working with just a few cookie pops at a time, put candy melts in a microwave safe bowl and melt - the amount of time will depend on the amount of candy you are using, start with 30 seconds, then 10 seconds at a time after that
  8. Dip Oreo in melted candy, tap off excess and place in styrofoam to set or lay back on cookie sheet

Follow along as we share 17 days of St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun

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