Skeleton Oreo Pop

On Sundays, at church, I teach eleven and twelve year old children the gospel of Jesus Christ. I always have a special treat for them. Since it’s almost Halloween, I decided to make them a Halloween treat. When searching, I came across a blog called “Chlesea’s Messy Apron.” She has amazing, simple Halloween Oreo Pops. Her blog is fun and creative. I think you’ll enjoy visiting her blog and maybe you’ll find a ghoulish treat to share this Halloween.




  • 1 package of your favorite Oreo’s – I used double stuffed
  • 1 bag (12 ounces) high quality white chocolate chips – I used Ghirardelli
  • Black Sparkle Gel
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Parchment Paper


  1. Prepare a large sheet pan by lining it with parchment paper and set aside. Gently separate the Oreo’s by slowly twisting them apart. (Some will break, it’s okay, just try to be gentle)
  2. Separate the white chocolate into 3 parts (this is to keep it from getting hard while you decorate) and place each section in a microwave safe bowl.
  3. Melt in 20 second bursts in the microwave (Microwave 20 seconds, stir 20 seconds, etc.)
  4. Be patient when melting and stir well in between bursts to avoid burning the chocolate.
  5. Dip one end of the lollipop stick into the melted chocolate and press that side into the cream side of the Oreo.
  6. Place the other half of the Oreo on top and gently press and hold.
  7. Spoon the melted white chocolate over the Oreo pop evenly. Gently tap the Oreo pop on the edge of the bowl to get the chocolate to cover the Oreo evenly. You may want to do a few coats of the chocolate to make sure it is thoroughly white.
  8. Place the white-chocolate Oreo pops on the prepared tray and allow to completely harden at room temperature.
  9. Once hardened, use the black sparkle gel and draw two large round eye sockets, two small lines for the “nose”, and a half moon for the mouth. Draw little lines through the mouth as shown in the picture. Place in the fridge or freezer to allow the gel to harden before placing into an Oreo pop stand/holder.

Note: Chelsea has a video on her blog that will show you how to make the pops.


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