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Oreo Popsicle Hack

Oreo Popsicle Hack

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Find out how to make these two-ingredient Oreo Popsicles right in the bag! 

We’ve got a fun food hack for you today! These two ingredient Oreo Popsicles are so easy to make and delicious! This Oreo popsicle hack will have the kids waiting by the freezer until they’re frozen and ready to eat! 

It’s officially what we like to call in our house, popsicle season! It’s that time of year when the weather is warmer, the days are longer and the kids are always playing, inside and outside. What better way to cool off and have a summer snack that is both very easy to make and the kids are going to love the taste! It’s a little like what they’re used to, dipping Oreo’s into milk and eating, except even more refreshing because it’s frozen!

Oreo Popsicle Hack

Who inspired this Oreo Popsicle hack?

Although it’s been an internet food trend beginning on Instagram, there’s been several variations since Instagram user @yackikuka showed us how to create our own. We’re sure it’s going to hit the TikTok food hack circuit too!

Are there substitutions for the Oreo Popsicles?

It’s likely that you already have milk on hand, and even if it’s not regular milk, dairy-free options like almond milk, oat milk will work for this hack. Just choose milk your kids would normally drink! There are also a couple of different cookie snack pack options including Chips Ahoy! chocolate cookies and Nutter Butter cookies. The cookie popsicle possibilities are endless! 

If you’d like to make it even sweeter, after they’re frozen, take the popsicle out of the wrapper and dip the top part into melted chocolate melting wafers. This will make them extra chocolatey!

Although this is the easiest version of the Oreo Popsicle hack, you can put all the Oreo cookies in one bowl or bag, crush them, place them in popsicle molds, add milk and then freeze. Of course the hack we’re sharing is much easier and there’s really no cleanup either!

Oreo Popsicle Hack

Popsicle Oreos – Ingredients:

Oreo Snack Packs

Milk

Popsicle Sticks

Oreo Popsicle Hack

Oreo Popsicle Hack

How do you make the Oreo Popsicles? 

With your single pack of Oreo’s laying flat, lightly break the Oreo’s inside the package itself. You can use a rolling pin or measuring cup while applying pressure, but not so much that the pressure allows the package to burst open, be careful not to break the seal on the package.

Once you’ve crumpled the cookies, cut horizontally the entire top of the Oreo package off. 

Set your pack into a small cup, allowing it to stay upright and so it’s supported when you pour the milk in. 

Pour your milk into the package until it’s almost full and place a popsicle stick in the middle, leaving about 1″ of popsicle stick out, so there’s something to hold onto when eating the popsicle.

Place in the freezer, making sure it stays upright in the glass and freeze for 4-6 hours or overnight. Be extra careful with this step as you don’t want them falling over in the freezer. They will expand some.

Tip: Depending on the size of your glass, you may be able to fit 2-4 packs in the glass. Be sure to leave room for expansion as it freezes. We used a measuring 4 cup glass container.

Oreo Popsicle Hack

Oreo Popsicle Hack

Find out how to make these two-ingredient Oreo Popsicles right in the bag!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

  • Oreo snack packs
  • Milk
  • Popsicle sticks

Instructions
 

  • With your single pack of Oreo's laying flat, lightly break the Oreo's inside the package itself. You can use a rolling pin or measuring cup while applying pressure, but not so much that the pressure allows the package to burst open, be careful not to break the seal on the package.
    Once you've crumpled the cookies, cut horizontally the entire top of the Oreo package off. 
    Set your pack into a small cup, allowing it to stay upright and so it's supported when you pour the milk in. 
    Pour your milk into the package until it's almost full and place a popsicle stick in the middle, leaving about 1" of popsicle stick out, so there's something to hold onto when eating the popsicle.
    Place in the freezer, making sure it stays upright in the glass and freeze for 4-6 hours or overnight. Be extra careful with this step as you don't want them falling over in the freezer. They will expand some.
    Tip: Depending on the size of your glass, you may be able to fit 2-4 packs in the glass. Be sure to leave room for expansion as it freezes. We used a measuring 4 cup glass container.
     

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Jodi is a fun-loving mom of two boys, ages 16 and 11, who live in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As a stay-at-home mom over the years she has taken on the role of renovating just about every space in their home. She enjoys photography, being a brand partner for Young Living essential oils, sports, reading, crafts, exercise, cooking, plants and gardening. Her love language is acts of service and she’s an Enneagram type two, wing three. Follow her on Instagram @jodileigham

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