Oreos on a Stick

star pooley Recipe

By star pooley starryrose

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Such an easy, fun idea for kids and adults alike! Follow the tips for "working with chocolate"!


1 pkg
1 pkg
melting chocolate (i used a large brick of white bark)
sucker sticks (sold at michael's)
sprinkles, jimmies or decorations of your choice

Directions Step-By-Step

One stick per cookie pushed into the frosting.
Dip your cookie into the melted chocolate then lay on a sheet of waxed paper and sprinkle.
Allow to fully cool and set before you remove them from the paper. They freeze great too so you can make up a batch and freeze what you don't need (makes a great "special treat" on a day where you need a little help with the kids!). Enjoy!
Some tips for working with chocolate:
---Use a double boiler! This means using a bowl set inside your container with the hot water, put on the heating unit. This prevents your chocolate from burning.
---DO NOT allow the water in the boiler to actually BOIL! If your water begins to boil it will burn the chocolate, turn it down immediately, there is a fine line.
---Even the tiniest drop of water in your bowl of chocolate will ruin the whole thing! If you see your chocolate gets a grainy texture, you have gotten water into the bowl and it is now garbage. I know that sounds unbelievable, but it could not be more true. So move slowly and do not splash!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Other Tag: For Kids

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Jeanne Cameron jaycee123
Jul 12, 2012
My granddaughter will be having her 2nd birthday party soon. I'm sure these will be a hit with the toddler crew...as well as us old folks too! Thanks for sharing starryrose!
Bernice Mosteller candychristmas
Apr 5, 2012
I love this recipe. I'm going to try these for my grand children. Thank you for sharing!