No-Bake Oreo Cake Pops are delectable bite-sized desserts with the tempting flavors of Oreo biscuits and a rich, creamy texture. These cake pops are a fun and easy alternative to typical baked cakes because they don’t require any oven time and are quick to make.
No-Bake Oreo Cake Pops are a delicious combination of chocolatey delight and the distinctive Oreo biscuit flavor. The crushed Oreo cookies serve as the cake pops’ foundation, offering a strong cocoa flavor that is balanced by the sweet vanilla creamy filling. The addition of cream cheese to the recipe enhances the overall flavor by adding a sour and creamy aspect.
When it comes to appearance, Oreo Cake Pops are also extremely versatile. After rolling the cake pop mixture into bite-sized balls, insert them onto lollipop sticks for a fun and fanciful look. To add visual appeal, they can be further coated with melted chocolate, colorful sprinkles or crushed Oreo crumbs.
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 00 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Oreo Cake Pops Ingredients:
- 4 oz. cream cheese
- 24 oreo cookies
- 5 oz. melted white chocolate
- In a food processor, pulse the cookies a few times until thoroughly crushed.
- In a bowl, mix the Oreo cookie crumbs and cream cheese. Then, using your hands, blend everything until it’s completely combined.
- Make one-inch balls out of the dough. You should obtain approximately 16 balls.
- Refrigerate the balls for ten to fifteen mins.
- After the dough balls have chilled, melt the chocolate. Melt your chocolate according per the package directions.
- Remove the cake balls and insert a lollipop stick into each one before dipping them in the melted chocolate one at a time.
- If desired, top with additional cookie crumbles or sprinkles. Refrigerate once more until the chocolate has set.
To get a consistent texture in your oreo cake pops, crush the Oreo biscuits into fine crumbs. You can use a food processor or crush the cookies with a rolling pin in a zipped plastic bag.
Avoid overmixing the crumbled cookies, cream cheese, & frosting mixture. Overmixing might cause the mixture to become excessively mushy and difficult to form into balls.
After combining the ingredients, place the mixture in the refrigerator for at least thirty mins. Chilling the mixture causes it to firm up, making it simpler to form into cake pops.
Calories: 156 Kcal, Carbs:18 g, Protein:2 g, Fats:9 g
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is cake pop dough made of?
Cake pop dough is made by combining cake and buttercream until it forms a dough. Cake pop dough is fantastic for producing cake pops, cakesicles, and adding dimension to your sculpted cakes. When I’m preparing sculpted cakes, I frequently use cake pop dough to use up leftover cake scraps.
Q: What makes cake pops sticky?
Refrigerating your cake pops may produce condensation on the coating, causing the coating to become sticky. They should be good if kept in a cool, dry place!