I’m not going to say that cake pops are super easy to make – they can be a little tricky. But I think I can promise that these are the easiest cake pops you will make. They’re good beginner cake pops. The actual “cake” has only two ingredients and is no-bake (both good things for beginners!) and decorating is made easy by the fact that they don’t have to stand up or stay on a stick, and any drips are fine, since they’re supposed to look like drippy, melting ice cream. They’ll be done in an evening and EVERYONE will love them and ask you for the recipe!
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(I made 40ish cake pops using these amounts)
NO-BAKE OREO CHEESECAKE MELTED ICE CREAM CONE CAKE POPS
- 4 rows of oreo cookies
- 300gr cream cheese
- candy melts
- ice cream cones
- If you can’t get ahold of mini cones, use regular ones and cut them down to size with a sharp knife.
- In a mixer or food processor, crush the oreo cookies into fine crumbs.
- In a mixing bowl, use a spatula to soften the cream cheese and mix the cookie crumbs into the cream cheese until you have a big black ball of oreo mix. If you need to, you can chill the mixture for a little bit to make it easier to form balls.
- Roll the mixture into little balls and keep them in the fridge.
- Melt candy melts in a bowl over a small pot of simmering water. The melts harden quite quickly, so you may need to keep return them to the heat after a few minutes. Spear the cake balls with a small fork or similar and dip them well in the candy melts. Loosen them from the fork and leave them to harden on parchment paper. Immediately add the cones. You can do touch-ups by dripping or pouring more candy melts onto the pops.
- Store them in the fridge in an airtight container.