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Oreo cake pops are one of the EASIEST no-bake desserts that not only taste amazing but are adorable too! They’re such a fun party treat and so inexpensive to make!

If love Oreo balls, these Oreo cake pops are similar but on a stick! Other family favorites with Oreos include Oreo dirt cake and Oreo cookie bars.

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No-Bake Oreo Cake Pops

Oreo cookie cake pops are slightly different than my original cake pop recipe or chocolate cake pops, because they are made without cake! Oreo cookie crumbs are combined with cream cheese for the center then coated in white or dark chocolate and placed on sticks.

They’re a chocolaty, chewy bite with contrasting creamy sweet and tart flavors, coated in a hard chocolate shell. So so good!

Just like my sugar cookie truffles, Oreo cake pops are a decorative dessert great for parties and special occasions. They’re no fuss, super simple to make, and because they only need a few ingredients, they’re always within budget!

oreo cake pop ingredients in clear bowl

Getting Started

  • Once you’ve learned how to melt chocolate, and how to soften cream cheese quickly (if you forgot to take it out of the fridge earlier), you’re already halfway there.
  • Mix crushed Oreos and cream cheese. Scoop out the mixture by the spoonful and form it into balls. Place on a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
  • Melt a few chocolate wafers, separated by color, in the microwave. Dip one end of the cake pop stick into the melted chocolate and then press it into the Oreo ball. Do this until each ball has a stick.
  • Place the baking sheet in the freezer for 20 minutes and just before taking them out, melt the chocolate wafers in deep narrow containers. Dip each ball into the chocolate making sure they’re evenly coated.
  • Allow them to set in a jar of rice or a styrofoam block to make sure they stay upright! You can even make them into a cake pop bouquet for a fun gift or centerpiece!
cake pop dipped in white chocolate

Tips for Success

  • Use regular Oreos, not double stuffed. If there is too much cream, they will not hold together as well.
  • Don’t be afraid to use your hands to mix the cookie crumbs and cream cheese. It may just be the best way to keep the balls intact.
  • Make sure the cake ball is not big for the stick. If they are, they will fall over, or they will be so heavy that they will just fall right to the bottom of the stick.
  • Flash freezing the cake balls helps to solidify them before coating them.
  • Spin or swirl any excess chocolate off the balls before placing them upright to set completely.
  • If you are using sprinkles, or jimmies, add them before the chocolate hardens. If you are wanting to decorate with chocolate swirls, wait until the chocolate hardens, and then add a swirl.

Storing & Freezing

This Oreo cake pop recipe makes about 20 cake pops, so you may very well have leftovers. If so, keep stored in the fridge for up to 4 days or freeze them for up to 3 months.

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Oreo Cake Pops

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Author: Jamielyn Nye
Oreo cake pops are one of the EASIEST no-bake desserts that not only taste amazing but are adorable too! They're such a fun party treat and so inexpensive to make!
Prep Time: 40 minutes
Freeze: 20 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Servings: 20


  • 20 cake pop sticks


  • 36 OREO cookies , regular, not stuffed
  • 6 ounces cream cheese , softened
  • 5 ounces package dark chocolate melting wafers , I prefer Ghirardelli
  • 5 ounces package white chocolate melting wafers

Optional: Sprinkles, jimmies or other desired decorations


    • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Then crush the oreos (with filling) in a blender or food processor. Mix together the oreo crumbs and cream cheese with a hand mixer. If it isn't coming together, get your hands in there and mix it up.
    • Using a small cookie scoop, scoop out 1 scoop of oreo mixture. Roll into a ball and place onto the parchment paper. Repeat until all the mixture has been formed into balls.

    Dip in chocolate

    • In two small microwave safe dishes, melt a few of the dark and white chocolate wafers. A deep, 2 cup measuring cup will allow you to dip the cake pop in the chocolate, or in a shallow dish, you can spoon the melted chocolate over the cake pop. Begin by heating for 30 seconds and then stirring. Repeat until all the wafers are melted. 
    • Dip the end of the cake pop stick into the melted chocolate and push the stick into the oreo cake pop. Repeat until all cake pops have a stick. Place the baking sheet in the freezer for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then dip the balls into the chocolate.
    • Once coated in chocolate, gently tap the stick on the side of the melting dish to let the excess drip off. You can also spin or twirl the cake pop to remove the excess.
    • Before the chocolate starts to harden, add sprinkles, jimmies or other decorations. If decorating with more chocolate, let the chocolate covering harden on the oreo cake pop. Then, using a spoon or fork, drizzle with the additional melted chocolate.
    • Push the stick into a styrofoam block or use a glass filled with rice to hold them upright. The chocolate will be set in about an hour.


    Storing: Store for 3-4 days in an airtight container or freeze for up to 3 months.


    Calories: 162kcal | Carbohydrates: 19g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 9g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 9mg | Sodium: 133mg | Potassium: 58mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 114IU | Calcium: 13mg | Iron: 2mg

    Nutrition provided is an estimate. It will vary based on specific ingredients used.

    Course: Dessert
    Cuisine: American

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