I’ve mentioned Mason’s obsession with Mickey Mouse before. Not sure where it came from, but it appears that it’s here to stay. 

So when he turned 3 this past week {3!!! Seriously!! I can’t take it, he’s getting too big way too fast}, I decided to throw a little Mickey Mouse birthday party for his friends from school. 

When I was planning out the menu, I realized that ten 2- and 3-year olds running around with cupcakes might make my house a bit of a disaster, so I decided to do something a little bit different.

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops. 

And honestly, they weren’t that much more difficult to make than cupcakes.

I found a bunch of different tutorials for Mickey Oreo pops on Pinterest, but none of them looked exactly how I wanted them to look, so I messed around until I figured out the easiest way to do them. 

They look complicated, but they’re really not.

Here’s what you need:

Double- or Mega Stuff Oreos {I used the Mega Stuff, and would probably recommend those}
Mini Oreos
1 bag black candy melts
1 bag red candy melts
1/2 cup white candy melts {or 2 small white candies for each pop}
Lollipop sticks

To start, take the mini Oreos apart and scrape off the icing inside. These are obviously going to be the ears, so you’ll need 2 for every mega stuffed Oreo you’ll use.

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

Stick the ears into the icing at the top of each cookie. Be careful not to break the large cookie, because if it’s broken, it will fall apart when you dip it. You probably want to get at least twice as many cookies as you think you’ll need, because a ton of them come broken. {Save your broken pieces and make some Oreo bark as an extra little treat!}

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

Melt the black candy melts according to the package directions. Once completely melted, dip the top half of the cookies. You only need to get a little over half of the cookie covered in the black candy melts. Let set until completely hardened {this should take about 1/2 hour at room temperature; or you could put it in the fridge to speed up the process}.

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

Melt the red candy melts according to package directions. Dip the remaining half of the cookie in the red candy melts. While still holding the cookie, dip one end of the lollipop stick in the red candy melts and insert through the bottom, twisting until about an inch or so of the stick is in the cookie. Let set completely.

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

Place the white candy melts into a disposable piping bag or a zip-top bag. Melt according to package directions. Snip a tiny {like, seriously teeny tiny. If you snip too much, the white will just blob out all over your super cute Oreo pops and you’ll want to cry and then you’ll need to squoosh all the white into another bag and try again. Not that I know this from experience.} corner and pipe two circles onto the red half to make the buttons on Mickey’s shorts. 

Let set, and you’re all done!

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

These were such a huge hit at Mason’s party — with both the kids and the grownups!

Like I said, even if you factor in the time it takes the candy melts to set, I think they actually took less time than it usually takes me to make cupcakes. It takes me forever to make the batter, then bake them, then let them cool, then ice them.

And I really could not have been happier with how they turned out.

Mickey Mouse Oreo Pops -- these could not be cuter, and they are so easy to make!

I’m kind of in love!

And pretty sure that Oreo pops have taken the place of cupcakes in my house.

 

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  10. Tessie

    Hi there, i want to make these for my little on that turns 2. Can you please tell me the ingredients for the icing? Because i cannot find candy melts where i live, van i deep them in chocolate? And what chocolate to you suggest, dark or milk chocolate?
    Thank you for your help.

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  11. Deborah

    Hi… I am having a problem when I put the icing on the cookie are you only icing the front of the cookie and not the back because when I ice the front and the back and laid down it on parchment paper it sticks to it. Your directions don’t say how, only says let it set up but how are you doing that part…….thank you very much

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