Who does not love an Oreo?
So for a donation to my daughter's school, I made some Oreo Cake Pops!
I've made them before the "traditional" way with pulverized Oreos and Cream Cheese. However, I made them for an all day outdoor event and I didn't think that the cream cheese would be the best idea. I've also experimented with cookies and frosting, but they turned out grey if I used vanilla frosting and chocolate frosting alters the pure Oreo flavor.
What is my Solution?
The Best invention from Nabisco! Thanks :)
Here's how I made them:
Break up all of the Cakesters and add a heaping tablespoon of Chocolate frosting.
In my Kitchen Aid mixer, I blended it up until it looked like this. I could not get the same constancy as Cake Pop batter, but when this dough is compressed into a ball, the form held shape.
I got 2 dozen small-ish pops from a box of Cakesters.
Dipped them in chocolate then added a thick white swirl and sprinkled traditional Oreo crumbs on top.
Hope this recipe works as a cream cheese alternative for you as well!
The Pint Sized Baker