Today I’m sharing a super simple Halloween cookie pop idea which is versatile, can be prepared in advance and best of all is NO BAKE!
These Oreo cookie Bat-Pops are the perfect project to get the kids involved with, and these make great trick or treat favours. I used yellow chocolate to give the impression that the bats are flying out across a full moon, but you can customise the colours to suit your occasion.
I have lots of other great Halloween decorating ideas on my YouTube channel MyCupcakeAddiction – take a look at my Halloween video collection if you’re looking for some spooky inspiration!
Tools, Equipment & Ingredients:
Polystyrene block (to dry / display your pops)
Circle cutter – 1.3/4″
Circle cutter – 3/4″
Melted white chocolate
Melted yellow chocolate or candy melts
Soft eating liquorice
Red nerds or small red candy
Split your Oreo cookies in half and add a pea-sized dollop of melted white chocolate. Lay your lollypop stick on top of the chocolate and add another pea sized dollop of white chocolate on top.
Sandwich the two cookies together. Allow the white chocolate ‘glue‘ to completely set.
Roll out your black liquorice using your fondant roller (you can also use black fondant for this). Using your larger circle cutter, cut 2 semi circles. Using your smaller circle cutter, cut 2 semi circles from the flat edge to create a bat wing shape.
Roll the remaining black liquorice into a tight ball. Take your 2 red nerds and press firmly into the ball to create red bat eyes.
Tip: If you are having trouble getting your eyes to stick, use a little melted chocolate to glue them on.
Melt your yellow chocolate or candy melts using a microwave, chocolate pot or double boiler.
Dip your Oreo cookie into the melted yellow chocolate, ensuring the cookie is completely covered. Gently tap off any excess.
Before the chocolate sets affix your bat wings, followed immediately by your bat head. Make sure you leave a little space between the wings so the head has some chocolate to stick to.
Hold your cookie pop with the bat-side facing upwards until the chocolate has completely set.
Storage: These will keep for up to a week stored at room temperature in an airtight container. Wrap a cello bag around the cookie to protect your finished product and create an easy to distribute trick or treat favour.
I hope you like this easy, fun Halloween cookie pop idea! If you love it, please LIKE and SHARE on your social media.
Check out my YouTube channel MyCupcakeAddiction for lots more great ideas and heaps of cool Halloween ideas, as well as 3 x weekly uploads for all things cake, cupcake and cakepop!
If you have any questions about this tutorial, if you don’t find your answer then feel free to comment below and I will do my best to answer.
Brilliant ideas. Can’t wait to try them over here in the UK. We made a pumpkin piñata party cake to get us in the Halloween mood:
Snooky's Custom Cakes
Great article Elise, I don’t seem to see many articles about the cake pop anymore but you’ve made it so simple. Thank you!
I love that these are no-bake, Elise! Thanks for sharing.
The Bearfoot Baker
Oh how cute and simple! What an awesome tutorial and I am pinning now 🙂