Tuesday, May 24, 2016

EATS :: Emoji OREO Pops

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Hello there! 
I am back and bringing you some more EMOJI FUN, as promised! First I shared my daughter's epic EMOJI party with all the cute details about everything we did, then I showed you how to make those adorable EMOJI PILLOWS at home or for the craft during the party and now today I am sharing how to make your own EMOJI OREO POPS! 

Is there plenty of willing people in bakeries and online that could make these chocolate covered emoji Oreo pops? Why yes, sure . . . absolutely and I would definitely recommend ordering from them if you are not wanting to try this, need them to look super professional or are pressed for time. BUT if you would like to save a few bucks and try them out yourself and don't care about them looking 'perfect' then you should definitely try making these as to be honest, they were NOT hard to make, just a little time consuming. 

I loved tackling this project with my daughter as we had fun trying to figure out what emoji faces to 'try' and recreate! We know they didn't turn out perfect but we made some memories, had some fun doing it and let me fill you in on a little secret . . . they tasted just as good as if someone else did them! Ssshhhhh ;)

So let's give this a try, shall we?  Let's make some EMOJI OREO POPS!

1. gather all of your supplies . . . you will need:  
Oreos, lollipop sticks, 1 bag of Wilton's yellow candy melts and then various colored tubes of icing you can write or draw with - colors depends on which emoji faces you are making. Below you will see what I used. I suggest having some wax paper, a cookie cooling rack and also a foam brick (in photo below).

2.  Prepare the yellow candy melts according to the directions on the package and melt in a dish deep enough that you will be able to 'dunk' or dip the Oreo pops into.

3. Separate each Oreo (carefully), take a lollipop stick and dip the tip into the melted chocolate, place in between the two Oreo halves. This will ensure that when you dip the Oreos, in a moment, that it stays together. 
**TIP - I always find when making these that you have to press firmly into the Oreo filling to ensure that the halves of the Oreo can come back together with the stick in the middle of them.

4. Let them dry for a few minutes and then dip the entire Oreo into the melted yellow candy melts until completely covered, then place into the foam brick covered in wax paper (like in photo below) as this will allow them to dry and not touch each other. 
**TIP - full disclosure - I usually have to dip my Oreo pops twice to get them fully covered but it's all good, just know that going in. ;) 

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5. Once completely dry, I transfer them to a cooling rack simply for decorating purposes.

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6. Have your emoji faces handy on your phone or a print out that you want to 'copy' and go to town decorating all of your fave emoji faces! The different colors of icing tubes I used were perfect for the ones we created. I loved using the sparkle blue gel for the laughing emoji tears and the food writers worked well for blushing cheeks. The red icing I DID have to kind of form my shapes that I wanted by using toothpicks. Yup LOTS of toothpicks and lots of patience! But you can do these, I promise!

The finished emoji Oreo pop! She loved them and they were such a hit at her party!! Plus I loved hearing her tell everyone that we made them. Heart=full!

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Now how much fun do these look to make? The best part is we made them ourselves and this is something that you can make anytime for any occasion! A birthday party, graduation, a co-worker's party or just simply because!

What emoji face is your fave? Please let me know below . . .

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  1. OMG how cute are those?? My kids would love these. A LOT.

  2. Oh my gosh, brilliant! How cute are these?! Thanks for the summer fun project to do with my stepdaughter. Easy and tasty for the win LOL!

  3. I am just loving the sparkly tears! My boys would really like these. I may actually get them to decorate with me!

  4. Oh my goodness those are just too cute. I don't know if I would want to eat them. I'd probably want to use them for decor. I will share this with my oldest and see if she wants to do them. She loves to bake.

  5. I love the one with hearts for eyes! Cute cute cute! You have a real eye for details!

  6. awe these are so cute. I love them. My son will love them too, he's big into emojies.

  7. I'm visiting my niece and nephew this weekend and I know they would love to make these fun emoji pops. My nephew is always sending me emoji texts so this is perfect for him.

  8. These are freaking adorable and remind me of the emoji party you posted about a couple weeks ago. You are so creative -- I'm always so impressed :)

  9. Ohmigosh!! These are too cute for words!!

  10. What cute desserts. these are perfect for teen who are into texting they would love them I'm sure.

  11. You are literally killing me!>?!?! These are fan flipping tastic! So adorable I want to make them ALL!!

  12. These are beyond cute! My kids would adore these.

  13. I'm convinced you are the ultimate party planner. The heart eyes emoji is probably my favorite!!

  14. These emoji pops are so cute and creative. You did an amazing job on them and I think they would be perfect for a teens birthday party or special event.

  15. It has been a rough day for me so seeing those emoji pops have made me feel a little better. Your right they are fun!

  16. Omg how can you not smile at these?!?! I so need to make these with my daughter. She would love them.

  17. These are so so fun and look like such a great thing to make for my kids, kinda makes me want to throw a emoji party


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