No Bake Oreo Cake Pops

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No bake oreo cake pops, all you need are oreo cookies, cream cheese, some chocolate and lots sprinkles. These oreo cake pops are fun to make with kids.


I’ve been wanting to make cake pops for a while now. They look so adorable that I just couldn’t help myself. However, I wanted to find a no bake version of these cake pops because I don’t really feel like having the oven on now with this heat.

So I came across these no bake Oreo cake pops and thought what a great idea. I mean I love Oreo cookies, who doesn’t, and they seemed easy enough to do. And they were, and did I have fun making them. I felt like a little kid again with all the sprinkles. What a fun project to do with kids.

Now I didn’t make too many, I used half a package of Oreo cookies, so 24 of them, and 1/3 package of cream cheese. You’ll need a food processor to crumble up the cookies. You’ll need to get your hands in there and get dirty. It’ll be like playing with mud. It’s fun, trust me. Mix in the cream cheese with the cookie crumbs thoroughly and shape it into a ball. Then just form the dough into 1 inch little balls. They already look cute and adorable and you might not be able to resist popping one in your mouth, but that’s ok.


So out of the 1/2 package of Oreo cookies I got 16 cake pops, which is more than enough, unless you have a few kids around, in which case use the entire package. :) Now you’ll have to place the cake pops in the refrigerator for at least 10 to 15 minutes to allow the cake to set. Just before taking them out, melt your chocolate according to the package instructions. I had some yellow chocolate and some regular chocolate, so I used both. I melted my chocolate in the microwave and it took about 1 minute for each. Take out the cake balls and stick the lollipop stick in them, then dip them in the chocolate. I found it easier to use a teaspoon as well to make sure the cake pop is fully coated. After coating the cake ball with chocolate, I sprinkled them with colored sprinkles and place the cake pop in a glass, like you’re placing flowers in a vase. I found this really easy. After you finished all the cake pops, you might need a couple glasses by the way, place them in the refrigerator for a few minutes, until the chocolate sets. After that, they’re all yours, or you can find some kids to give them to. :)

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No Bake Oreo Cake Pops
Prep time
Total time
Serves: 16
  • ½ package (24 cookies) Oreo cookies
  • ⅓ package cream cheese
  • melting chocolate
  • sprinkles
  1. Place the cookies in a food processor and pulse it a few times, until thoroughly crumbled.
  2. Pour the crumbs in a bowl and add the cream cheese. Using your hands thoroughly mix the cream cheese in with the crumbs. Roll the dough into 1 inch balls. Refrigerate balls for at least 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Melt chocolate according to package instructions. Take out the cake balls and stick the lollipop stick in them, then dip them in the chocolate one by one. Sprinkle with colored sprinkles if desired. Refrigerate again until chocolate sets.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 cake pop


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  1. says

    I hope this question gets to you sooner rather than later. I purchased Chocolate cookie Crumble, would that be an okay substitute for Oreo crumble?
    I wanted Oreo, but the party didn’t.


    • says

      Des, I wish I could help you but I’ve never tried this with chocolate cookie crumble, I’ve never even seen it so that I know what it’s like. Sorry :(

  2. Abby says

    Hi! So this is going to sound strange, but do these taste at all like cream cheese? I am not a cream cheese fan, so I was wondering if there was a substitute for it? Thank you! :) by the way these look fantastic!

  3. Jess Brenno says

    Hello!! I’m looking forward to making these for a baby shower I’m throwing. Quick question, how do you prevent the chocolate from running down the stick or creating an odd tip shape if you held it upside down while drying?

    • says

      Oh the chocolate is not that liquidy so that it runs down the stick, so I didn’t have that problem, and also once you cover them in sprinkles that should also stop the chocolate from running. :)

      • Lepurushe says

        I didn’t use food processor, or a blender. I put all the cookies in a zip lock bag, and that bag in yet another bag (so it doesn’t break when cookies are smashed). Place kitchen tower around the bags and smack away with meat tenderizer hammer thingies until it becomes sand like in texture. I mixed in the cream cheese with my hands, too. These are delicious!!

  4. cynn says

    Are they good with out dipping them in chocolate and sturdy enough without the chocolate to be a snack. My son does not like chocolate but loves the oreo part?

    • says

      Mine were pretty sturdy and you could put them in the fridge for a bit, but the cream cheese should hold them together.

  5. Kathy says

    My sister in law made these for Easter ,They were great,want to make some for my sons wedding and would like to try using vanilla cookies and possibly nutter butter ( peanut butter )cookies. Any suggestions? Did you ever try any other cookie besides oreos ?

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