I’ve seen Oreo pops all over and for every season, so this past weekend my girls and I made some of our own.
A Jack-O-Lantern, witch, ghost, and turkey (at least it’s supposed to be a turkey).
Now I know mine are definitely NOT professional-looking. (I don’t seem to have the knack for this type of stuff). But we had a lot of fun in the kitchen. Just look at that smile.
Totally makes it worth it! Plus even though they don’t look very fab, they tasted yummy.
- Double Stuf Oreos
- Almond Bark (we used white and milk chocolate)
- Orange and green food coloring
- Candy corn (chocolate kind)
- Black icing
- Popsicle sticks
- Twizzlers (for the witch’s mouth so you only need a little)
- Witch’s hat (found at Hobby Lobby)
We found Double Stuf Oreos worked best because there was more room to put the candy corn and popsicle stick in.
I also liked using popsicle sticks better than the lollipop sticks because the lollipop sticks were a little too thick. The popsicle sticks slid in better.
For the Jack-O-Lantern and witch, we used orange and green food coloring in the white almond bark. The ghost was just white almond bark and the turkey was milk chocolate.
What fun Halloween things have you done with your kiddos?