My apologies in taking so long to get this tutorial to you! It’s the hairy end of the semester at uni and we’ve had a lot going on in our little home and so I’ve neglected this little blog.
These oreo pops are my favourite things to make for parties or special occasions. They honestly taste divine, and are simple {yet can be tedious} to make. I found the idea on Bakerella’s beautifuly mouth watering site, where she made these oreo truffles. It took a little trial and error to get them to work because her recipe and instructions for these don’t translate well to our Australian packet sizes etc. I also don’t crush my oreos as much as she does, personal preference but I find they are easier to manage like this.
I will take you through a photo tutorial, and full written instructions will be at the bottom of the post. :o}
You will need these things:
 1 x box {300g} of oreo, half a block {125g} of cream cheese, chocolate melts, lollipop sticks

Oreo Pops:
300g Oreos
125g cream cheese
chocolate melts {I used half a bag for this batch}
sprinkles {if using}
chocolate colouring {if using}
lollipop sticks
Crush oreos in a food processor until small but still coarse. 
Add cream cheese and mix until well combined. If you’ve made your oreos too fine you will need less cream cheese, add slowly and check consistency
The consistency of the mixture should be easy to roll into a ball
Place rolled oreo pops onto a tray lined with baking paper
Stick lollipop sticks into the pops carefully, try not to go all the way through to the bottom
Place in the fridge to set
Once set {15 minutes or more} remove from fridge and coat in melted chocolate
Let the excess chocolate drip off and place the pop back on the tray lined with baking paper
If using sprinkles etc do only a few at a time, allowing you to decorate before the chocolate sets too much and the sprinkles won’t stick
Place back in the fridge to finish setting. Store in the fridge.
Makes about 24, depending on the size of pop you make.
see other ways I have done these oreo pops:
Noah’s birthday party where I drizzled them with blue coloured chocolate
Christmas where they were dipped in sugar and sprinkled with gold edible glitter
Halloween where I made them into ghosts and pumpkins
a little delightful