Christmas reindeer Oreo cookie pops look so cute. They are festive, fun and taste delicious.
Best of all Oreo reindeer cookies are super easy to make with no baking required. They are a perfect Christmas treat to make with your kids.
These chocolate reindeer cookies with pretzels look so impressive on Christmas party dessert tables.
You can also pop Oreo Cookie reindeer pops in a clear cellophane bag tied with a Christmas ribbon to give as gifts to teachers, friends or family.
This Oreo reindeer recipe is a definite favourite among my family and friends. I hope your family and friends enjoy these no bake reindeer Oreo cookies as much as my family and friends do.
Another great no bake Christmas treat to make is Chocolate Christmas Pudding Biscuits. Or you may prefer to make the spectacular yet easy and healthy Strawberry Christmas Tree. Candy Cane Santa Sleighs are also a fun and delicious festive treat to make and gift.
Reindeer Oreo Cookie Pops Recipe Ingredients
- Double Stuff Oreos
- 12 Lollipop Sticks
- Milk Chocolate Melts
- White Chocolate Chips
- Red Chocolate M&Ms
- Pretzels (cut in half)
Oreo Reindeer Cookie Pops Recipe Instructions
Step 1: Insert Lollipop Stick Into Oreo
Melt 1/4 cup milk chocolate melts in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval until chocolate is all melted and smooth.
Twist apart each Double Stuff Oreo cookie to separate one cookie from the cream filling.
Dip one end of a lollipop stick in some melted milk chocolate, press it into the cream filling and then press the other cookie back on top.
Place Oreos with inserted lollipop sticks onto a baking paper covered tray in the fridge for 5 minutes to harden.
Step 2: Coat Oreo In Chocolate
Melt the remaining milk chocolate melts in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval until chocolate is all melted and smooth.
Hold the lollipop stick end of each Oreo and dip the Oreo into the chocolate to fully cover the Oreo in melted chocolate. Let any excess chocolate drip back into the bowl.
Place the chocolate coated Oreos on a baking paper coated tray.
Step 3: Decorate The Oreo To Create The Reindeer
Decorate the chocolate coated Oreos with two white chocolate chips for eyes, a red chocolate M&M for the nose and two pretzel halves for the antlers.
Use a toothpick dipped in melted milk chocolate to add the black to the centre of the eyes.
Place decorated reindeer Oreos back into the fridge for 10 minutes to set.
Storing Christmas Reindeer Oreo Pops
Store Reindeer Oreo Cookies in a sealed container at room temperature until needed.
You can also place each Reindeer Oreo Cookie Pop individually into a clear cellophane bag tied with a Christmas ribbon to gift to teachers, friends or family.
Reindeer Oreo Cookie Pops Recipe Tips
I use the Double Stuff Oreos for this no bake reindeer oreo cookies as they are thicker and easier to insert the lollipop stick into but you can use any variety of Oreo or other cream filled biscuit.
You can add a bit of olive oil into your melted chocolate to make it thinner and easier for dipping the Oreos in. The olive oil remains tasteless.
After dipping the Oreos in the melted chocolate allow any excess chocolate to drip back into the bowl. Gently scrape the bottom of the cookie on the edge of the bowl so the excess runs back into the bowl.
When I’m making this Oreo Reindeer Pops recipe with my kids I get them to place the pretzels on top of the chocolate coated Oreos as this is a lot easier for them. When I’m making this recipe with no little helpers I insert the pretzel antlers into the cream filling in between the two chocolate coated cookies. Both variations look good.
After decorating place these reindeer pretzel cookies on a baking paper covered tray in the fridge for 10 minutes to help them set.
Once set you can place each individual Reinbow Oreo Cookie Pop into a clear cellophane bag and tie the bag with a festive ribbon for individual gifting.
Instead of using the white chocolate chips for the reindeer eyes you can buy ready made candy eyes instead.
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Ingrid is a lover of all things Christmas who has been helping make Christmas time easier and less stressful for her family and friends all her life with Christmas tips, Christmas gift suggestions, Christmas recipe inspiration and Christmas event planning.
Ingrid now shares all this Christmas information here on her Christmas Time Made Easy website. She also shares information about the best Christmas events and activities happening in her home town of Sydney, Australia.