Oreo Snowman Treats


I tell ya…I am obsessed with Snowmen…so I apologize in advance for yet another snowman related post. This time I wanted to make some Oreo Snowman treats that were similar to these Reindeer Pops.


Simply take some Double Stuff Oreos (or Oreo Cakesters) and insert a popsicle or sucker stick into the frosting in the middle of the Oreo. Melt some white chocolate. I used white CandiQuik which can be found in the baking supply area of your grocery store. It melts very quickly and covers very nicely.

Then set them to dry on some wax paper. Add mini chocolate chips for the eyes and the mouth. Add a candy corn for the nose. That’s it. If needed, you can trim the edges of the chocolate with some kitchen scissors to make a nice smooth edge.


Then, since I had some leftover melted CandiQuik, I made some fun melted snowmen. Pretty much using the same process. Just pour a puddle of CandiQuik onto the wax paper and then place a dipped oreo on the puddle. Make the eyes, mouth and nose with the mini chocolate chips and a candy corn. This time you can add a scarf using a piece of licorice, some buttons (more mini chocolate chips) and some arms using a pretzel stick broken in half.


These would be a fun little gift or a fun party treat! They taste pretty darn good too! Hope you enjoy them!



  1. Avery James Photography says

    Absolutely adorable!!! I was going to just make some simple dipped oreos this year, but I might have to try out the snowmen idea instead!! Thanks for sharing. :) :)

  2. Gwen @ Gwenny Penny says

    I LOVE the melted snowmen, Amy! These are adorable. The little licorice scarf is the best!

  3. DawnS says

    I absolutely love the melted snowman! I am going to make these for my daughter to give out at her class party Friday! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  4. Cappuccino and Cobwebs says

    Those are too cute! And they'd be great for the kids to make too! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Nana Moon Shop says

    Snowmen are my favorite! I decorate mostly with snowmen for winter, that way I can leave it up longer than just the holiday specific stuff :) Love these cookies! I have to make 4 doz cookies today for my preschooler's concert and found your blog and this post very helpful!
    Thanks so much for making me the coolest cookie Momma!

  6. Kelsee says

    My mother-in-law made these as cookies for the kids and used orange wedges as the noses. My son sucked all the chocolate chips off and left the rest. My daughter inhaled hers and my nephew picked off all the noses and left the rest. I got the leftover carnage and they were so good!

  7. sharon says

    I dont even know how I stumbled onto your blog this weekend, but I just shared it with 867 of my closest friends (on facebook).

  8. Aurora says

    Soooo I love this!! I'm the dessert maker/bringer person on the holidays and I've been looking for a fun dessert on Christmas and this is it!!

  9. Heather - Dollarstorecrafts.com says

    Thanks for posting this! I was lying in bed this morning trying to figure out how to make a melted snowman treat for my son's preschool class! :) You came to the rescue! I even have candy corn…

  10. Clarissa Meegan says

    Thanks so much for all of your wonderful ideas!! I can't wait to make neighbor gifts this year because of all of your neat ideas!

  11. Auntie Em says

    Your snowmen pops are adorable and fun for kids but what 'big' kid wouldn't love the melted version! Too cute!
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

  12. Connie Nobbe says

    Love the melted snowman!! So cute! I wonder where to get a good wrapper to put it in like you show in the photo?

  13. Their Mommy His Wife says

    These will be awesome for Christmas treats for my son's 5th grade Sunday School class tomorrow since they are too "mature" for Santa cookies, lol.. Since I'm out of Oreos and not going back to Walmart tonight, I'm using Ritz crackers with Peanut Butter in between. The teacher says no one has food allergies, thank goodness!
    Merry Christmas and thanks for all of the many wonderful ideas on your blog :)

  14. Krissy @ B.Inspired Vintage says

    Those melting snowmen are TOO cute! Thanks for the inspiration to make some Snowmen Pops with my little ones for their letter S week! :)

  15. Julie says

    How cute- I’m going to make these for my “adopted” seniors at the high school where I work!!!

  16. Rizpah says

    The plastic package she used for the melted snowman is super cute, anyone know where I can find that???

  17. Cindy says

    How do you get the stick in the cookies without breaking the cookie? Also did you dip the cookies or just used the CandiQuik to “glue” the eyes, nose & mouth on with?

  18. Lynette W. says

    Oh Awesome! I recently started hosting a monthly party for homeschoolers in our area, a good group of friends that we have who all homeschool. Next months party is going to be snowman themed (since there isn’t a noteable holiday to celebrate) – these are going to be my bring to the party treats! Thanks so much!

  19. erin says

    these turned out great but i found out a few things, like use double stuffed and when inserting the stick twist… and you can use almond bark to dip them in but the most important is that the melts not be to warm.. or it will melt the middle of the cookie and fall apart or not to cool or it will be to hard to push through the frosting that the cookie will fall apart.. when you have the right temp.. it works perfect!

  20. karmen says

    i too, made these & they fell apart inserting the stick (started with popsicle sticks, next tried skewers & finally used toothpicks) but had to be VERY gentle inserting them – and again when dipping. we found that just dipping the front side of the oreo and no stick worked the best for us. still darn cute though (and tasty too!)

  21. Dianne says

    This was the ultimate pinterest FAIL!!!! lol It impossible to get the popsicle sticks into the double stuff oreos without them breaking or falling apart. It was a complete disaster. Any tricks you care to share on how to do this?? thanks!

    • ashley says

      they fell apart for me…what i did was after i got finished with the snowman faces and covering the oreo in chocolate, and letting it completly dry I put some chocolate on the end of the stick and stuck it to the back to the snowman and let it completely dry again..worked perfect

      • says

        Oh shoot! Glad you got them to stick together!! Hopefully you sharing that might help others who are having a problem!!

  22. Mindy says

    Don’t even try double stuffed Oreos w/ Popsicle sticks or you will end up with a crumbly mess.

    What worked best???

    Oreo cakesters AND the white chocolate dipped Oreos!!

    With The dipped ones, the work was done for me!!! All I did was “paint” the face with melted chocolate and “glue” on the face (didn’t worry about the stick).

    The cakesters were the best for the stick, but used a great deal more chocolate for full coverage.

    Oh!! And it was super hard to find candy corn in December, song used Orange tic-tacs–perfect!!.

    But –all in all, with a little trial and error, it worked great and will be a hit!!!

  23. says

    I absolutely LOOOOVE these snowmen! Even though I live in Australia and we usually have a scorching Christmas, I love these “traditional” white Christmas inspirations. I’ll make them for my son’s end of year party!
    Thank you for sharing and have a Happy Christmas!

    • says

      Yes! I am sure Christmas in Australia is a different experience that frigid Utah LOL! Thanks for sharing this with me! Hope you have a great Holiday!!


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