Gingerbread Oreo Pops & A Gingerbread Oreos Giveaway

I am so excited to have a guest post today from one of my favorite bloggers, Hayley from The Domestic Rebel.    She makes delicious treats and has fabulous recipes that I know Love From The Oven readers will really enjoy, things like Reese’s Stuffed Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies, Twix Brownies, Triple White Chocolate Cookies and Blondie Covered Brownies.   Yeah, those sound right up my alley!    Today she is going to share a recipe that is perfect for this time of year, simple to make and incredibly cute.   So let’s turn it over to Hayley…

Hi Love From The Oven readers! My name is Hayley aka The Domestic Rebel. I am SO excited that Christi asked me to post for her today because I LOVE her blog! Christi’s blog was one of the first I saw before I started my own blogging journey, and I found her to be (and still be!) such an inspiration for my own baking endeavors. How could you not when she cooks up things like Pecan Pie Cupcakes, Devil’s Food Cupcakes with Pink Velvet Cake Pops, and Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Brownies?! She rocks!

If I know Christi, I know that she loves to make pops and is particularly brilliant at doing so! Since I tend to be cake pop-challenged (hello, perfectly round cake balls? I don’t think so), I prefer to make my pops from Oreos. Because cookies rule my life.

And when I stumbled upon the new Gingerbread Golden Oreos, I knew I had to make a pop that was equal parts delicious, impressive and easy for the holidays. With all the hall-decking, list-making and Christmas shopping, I needed something super simple to wow my coworkers, family and neighbors and these are exactly what I’m looking for.

Plus, who doesn’t love gingerbread? The sweet + spicy flavor is quintessential for the holiday season and Oreo cleverly knew that when they released this AMAZING Oreo cookie. One I coated in white chocolate + cinnamon because duh, that’s what logical people do.

Make them! You’ll love them, I promise :)

Gingerbread Oreo Pops

1 pkg Gingerbread Golden Oreos
1 pkg vanilla Candiquik or white candy melts
1 tsp ground cinnamon
2 pkgs gingerbread cookie decorations or gingerbread quinns (I found mine at Michael’s)
Popsicle sticks or pop sticks

1. Line a baking sheet with foil. Gently twist the cookies apart and place the tops and bottoms side by side on the baking sheet. Set aside.
2. In a large microwaveable bowl, melt the candy melts according to package directions until smooth. Dip the end of a popsicle stick in the melted candy and gently press it into frosted side of the Oreo cookie half. Close the cookie up and repeat until finished. Freeze the pops about 20 minutes to set.
3. Once the pops are set, stir the teaspoon of cinnamon into the candy melts. Dip the pops into the melted candy, allowing excess to drip off. Replace the pops on the baking sheet and gently add the gingerbread sugar decoration or sprinkle on gingerbread quinns. Allow the coating to set, about 15 minutes. Store the pops airtight at room temperature.

These pops make excellent gifts–just wrap them in cellophane, tie off with a festive ribbon, and gift away! And if pops aren’t your thing, they also make adorable coated cookies–just omit the pops :)

Thanks again for having me, Christi! I hope you all enjoyed my post, and know that you’re always welcome over at The Domestic Rebel!!

Okay, seriously how fabulous are those???   Since I know that everyone is going to want to get their hands on these Gingerbread Oreos, and I happened to pick up a few of them the other day, how about we giveaway a bag of these yummy limited edition Oreos?  To enter to win use the Rafflecopter widget below.  Open to US Residents only.  The winner will be selected at random on 11/14.   Good luck and make sure to go check out Hayley’s page The Domestic Rebel as well as visit her on Facebook!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

  1. Lauren A says

    Hey Triple White Chocolate cookies look divine! What a great (and delicious) way to use up leftover Halloween candy!

  2. kathy diebel says

    I was just at the grocery store last night- the only Oreos they had were Christmas ones (with red filling) and white fudge covered. So, I had to buy a pkg. of each!

  3. Yazmin says

    So I was all prepared to go through her website and find some good recipes, but when I clicked on the link and it opened the first thing I see is an amazing recipe for Eggnog Toffee Twix Popcorn. Holy cow that looks amazing. I must make that asap!!!!

  4. Lauren Bentrup says

    I would make Dark Chocolate Toffee Potato Chip Cookies recipe first! Has all of my favorite things in it, and I’ve never made a cookie with potato chips! :)

  5. Shanna says

    I would have to make the first recipe I saw – Eggnog Toffee Twix Popcorn! I didn’t even look at any more because that recipe has 4 of my favorite things in the world!

  6. Rachel says

    Those gingerbread pops are so cute!

    I’d love to try the Reece’s stuffed chocolate chip pudding cookies or the sugar cookie covered oreos.

  7. barbara n says

    I would love to make the Dark Chocolate Toffee Potato Chip Cookies – what could be better than sweet and salty!!!

  8. Tara Hester says

    I have been stalking Target for these for days!! I mean! Who walks into Target and leaves with nothing!! I can’t wait wait wait for these!! I am going to whip up the oreo truffles!!! mmmm!!!! NOW, tonight, in the meantime….I am going to make the Twix brownies (scored on after Halloween treats!) :) thanks for your yummy ideas!!

  9. Marla says

    Wow! You have so many great recipes! Caramel Apple Spice Milky Way Cookies sound delicious! Thank you for sharing your recipes and for the giveaway! ♥

  10. says

    These look pretty tempting but I think that first on my list would be dark chocolate toffee potato chip cookies. I mean, dark chocolate and toffee is my favourite and potato chips and cookies just sweeten the deal!

  11. Carla says

    The first Domestic Rebel recipe I would like to make would be the Pumpkin Butterscotch Cupcakes with Biscoff Marshmallow Frosting! Some of my favorite ingredients in one cupcake and perfect for Thanksgiving!

  12. Ter says

    These look great. We found these at our Walmart, the cookies that is. We like them. What a great idea!!! :) Can’t wait to try it!! :D

  13. says

    gingerbread oreos!! WHAT!!!! I haven’t seen these on the shelves yet Christi! Mint Oreos are my current favorite but I think I just found their match! Love all of your creative Oreo recipes. :) The little gingerbread man decorations are adorable!

  14. Paige says

    I’d make potato chip cookies. Target had chocolate covered potato chips at Christmas one year and they were fantastic!

  15. Jessica K. says

    I found these Oreos at Walmart. I haven’t tried them yet. In the meantime, I DID try the Gingerbread Cheesecake sandwhich cookies at Target. Fab-u-lous!!

  16. Jennifer says

    I would like to try the whole carmel section of recipes. ;) If I had to choose one it would be the Caramel Apple Cheesecake bars. yummy!

  17. Trista says

    I love domesticrebel’s site! I have made her strawberry milk donuts- a big hit! I also have made her version of monster cookie- which is now my kids’ favorite cookie! Now, I am hoping to find these gingerbread oreos in my grocery store, my girls would love those gingerbread oreo pops! keep the awesome recipes coming!

  18. jennifer says

    omg i love those . i need these oreo’s because i am going to make no bake cookie balls this christmas and i want to do all the holiday flavors including gingerbread!

  19. June Ferguson says

    I love all of Hayley’s creative and clever recipes, but these Gingerbread Oreo cookie pops sound super delicious!
    Thanks for the chance to win some of the Oreos so I can whip up a batch!
    June in KS

  20. Katie says

    being that its getting pretty cold here, I would love to make the Hot Cocoa Cupcakes, they are so cute and perfect for the season!

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