Spine-chilling Oreo Pops

The spookiest dessert for any for any Halloween party


Photo by M. Beyer

Right after being chilled, the Oreo Pops are now ready to be eaten.

Matthew Beyer, Student Life Editor

As my favorite time of year comes around, the best way I know how to celebrate Halloween is by watching The Nightmare Before Christmas. Ever since I was little, my family and I have had the tradition of watching this movie every Halloween. With the addition of the spine-chilling Oreo Pops this year, the experience will be even better. To make spine-chilling Oreo Pops, first put a lollipop stick in between two Oreo cookies. Then dip the Oreo Pop in a mixture of white chocolate and coconut oil. After dipping the Oreo Pops in, you will place it on a baking sheet with parchment paper. After placing all the Oreo Pops you will put the baking sheet in the refrigerator so the white chocolate can harden. Once hardened, you will then be able to decorate the Oreo Pops with Jack Skellington’s face. Spine-chilling Oreo Pops are a sure way to make any Halloween party extra spooky and sweet! 




12 Halloween Oreos 

2 c. white chocolate, melted 

2 tsp. coconut oil 

Black icing 

12 lollipop sticks 

Black ribbon 



  1. Line a medium baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Stick the lollipop sticks into the cream of the Oreos. 
  3. Mix coconut oil into white chocolate and dip Oreos into chocolate until completely coated. Place in refrigerator to harden, 5 to 10 minutes. 
  4. Using the black icing, draw Jack’s face on the Oreos and let cool slightly. Tie black ribbon in a bow at the bottom of the Oreo and serve. 

(recipe courtesy www.delish.com)