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February 2014



Wedding DIY – How To Make Oreo Pops (Aka…The Yummiest Favours Ever!)

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DIY Oreo Pops

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I honestly don’t think I’ve ever met another human being who doesn’t like Oreos. They’re especially a favourite in the Bespoke Bride office since our trip to California where we pretty much ate them for breakfast every morning! (no joke…we bought the multipack.) Now i’m all for dunking my Oreos in tea and all that but I’m also a sucker for any sort of food on a stick…so Oreo pops pretty much make the world a better place in my eyes! And your eyes. I can tell.

These are the perfect party addition, cute present or they make awesome wedding favours! Just pop a plastic bag over them and tie it up with a pretty ribbon!

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So let me show you just how easy it is to make these yummy treats! It requires no baking. No stress. And pretty much just a whole lot of melted chocolate! (win!)

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To make 10 Oreo pops you will need: // 1 bag of Oreo double stuffed cookies // 300g White Chocolate // Cake Pop Sticks // Cake Decorations // Baking Paper //  Washi Tape (optional) // Ribbon & Bows (optional)

Step 1: Twist off the tops of the Oreos.

Step 2: Melt 50g of your white chocolate and dip one of your sticks in.

Step 3: Using the chocolate as a glue, place the stick to the creamed side of the Oreo.

Step 4: Pop the other half of the Oreo back on and leave for 20 minutes while the chocolate sets and sticks it all together!

Step 5: Melt the rest of your chocolate in a tall thin glass, make sure it’s wide enough to fit the cookie in though! While you’re waiting for the chocolate to melt, cut out a piece of baking paper and pop it on a baking tray.

Step 6: Once your chocolate inside the Oreos has set and your other chocolate has melted, carefully dip your Oreo stick into the white chocolate until it’s completely covered.

Step 7: Place it on the baking paper in the tray and decorate however you like! Then continue until all the cookies are covered and pop in the freezer for 5-10 minutes.

Step 8: Now that the chocolate has hardened in the freezer, take a pair of scissors and cut off any chocolate that’s hanging over the edges.

Step 9: Pretty up your stick with a little washi tape!

Step 10: Add any bows or ribbons you like!

Step 11: You’re done!

Now, quick! Go whip up a batch! Or you know…just attempt to keep them in the fridge until your wedding day arrives!

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Much Bespoke Love

Jess x


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