Make an Oreo Cookie Cake Pop - A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial how to make
Make an Oreo Cookie Cake Pop - A Cupcake Addiction How To Tutorial
English (United Kingdom) English (United Kingdom) Hello and welcome to Cupcake Addiction's OreoCookie Pop Tutorial where I'll be showing you how to make these really cute and veryeffective and very easy Oreo cookie pops. You can personalize this to suit any occasionwith just the use of a bit of fondant and a shaped cookie cutter.Tools and equipment that we will be using today:I have a piece of polystyrene which I used to stick all of the pops into while I'm workingon them and when they're finished. If you don't have polystyrene, you can also get someflower foam from your local florist. I have a sharp knife.I have just a paintbrush from an art supply store, quite a fine tip on it. But we're justgoing to use this for a little bit of a white chocolate works. So if you don't have a paintbrush,you can use a cocktail stick or a skewer. I have a fondant roller which I'm going toroll out some fondant. I have fondant in just two different colors.Obviously you can choose which colors you would like depending on your theme and yourdesign. I have a spoon.Some lollipop sticks. I have my trustee cornflour shaker which isjust a cappuccino chocolate shaker filled with cornflour. That's for my fondant so thatit doesn't stick to the mat as I'm rolling it.I have a few Oreo cookies. I have some melted white chocolate. You don'tneed very much melted white chocolate. I've got, maybe, white chocolate melts in there,not a lot at all. And I've just a couple of cookie cutters.Today I've decided to go with a star and a butterfly. But as I mentioned, you can useany cookie cutters that you have around the house or you can purchase to suit your theme.Let's get started. First of all, we're going to split our Oreocookie. Now when you split the Oreo cookie -- this is what your sharp knife is for -- bearin mind that you want to be quite gentle with it because it does have a tendency to snapone side. So when I split the cookie, I take the knife and instead of putting it on oneside or the other of the cream inside the cookie, I put it directly in the center ofthe cream. So I'm actually cutting into the cream, and then I support the cookie withmy hand, being very careful. You can see there, it just slid of the top. So you can see myknife is actually in the cream rather than on top of the cream. I've just found for methis works a little bit better and I don't have so any instances of a snap cookie. Makesure that you do have a few spare Oreo cookies and you're not relying on the exact numberthat you've got because I can almost guarantee you will break one or two.I'm going to do so we'll sit out another one that I've pre-cut.Now, first things first is we're going to out our lollipop sticks into the Oreos andlet them set. So I'm going to take my lollipop stick and I'm just going to push it gentlyinto that cream. You can see there I've just pushed it... Don't push too hard because onceagain, you don't want to crack the cookie on the underside. You just want to sit itin there a little bit. Once again...here we go.Alright, now to make sure that really sticks in there nicely and doesn't fall off, we'regoing to take a little bit of our melted white chocolate, just about that much on a teaspoon,and I'm just going to put a blob in the center there. Don't put too much because, bear inmind, when you stick the other cookie on top, it is going to squish that white chocolateout. And we don't actually want the white chocolate to pump over the outside of thecookie. We want it to stay inside so it still looks like a nice perfect Oreo.So I'm just going to take my other side of my Oreo cookie and place it on top. And thenagain with this one. So you can see there, as I squeeze it on,you can see that chocolate spreading out a little bit in there. But that's actually goingto set nice and hard so that lollipop stick is not going to go anywhere. We'll pop thoseover here to set. I'll be working on our little fondant shapes.Now with the fondant, as I've mentioned, I've got my cornflour shaker. So I'm just goingto shake out just a little bit of cornflour, just enough to provide a little bit of, Isuppose, a sprinkle on the board which we'll provide a non-stick surface.I'm going to start with just a little bit of yellow fondant. And I'm just going to...actually, no. I'm going to start with the green.I'm going to start with just a little bit of green fondant. And I'm just going to rollthat out...with my cornflour. Now with fondant, if you don't have a fondant roller, you canuse a standard roller. But a fondant roller will just be a little bit easier to roll withand it's not as likely to stick with the fondant. It's not an exact thickness for this. It doesn'treally matter. I'll hold mine up. About that thick is good.So for this one, I'm going to do the butterfly. I'm going to take my butterfly cutter. I'mgoing to place it into the fondant. Now before I take it out of the fondant, I'm just goingto run it back and forth. And then before I take it out of the cutter, I just want toneaten up those ages because we really want a nice neat finish for our cookie pops.Do that again. And once again, neaten up our edges. Beautiful! And then pop that butterflyout. Okay, now for our cookie pops, we're goingto take our fondant. We're going to take to the backside of the fondant, so the roughside. This is where my paintbrush comes in. I'm going to take my paintbrush and just dipit in to this bit of white chocolate. The white chocolate is essentially going to actas a glue for us here. So I don't want to put too much on again because, once again,we don't want that white chocolate coming out to the sides of your fondant decorationand making a mess on the outside of your cookie. So you see I've just put a few little dabson the edges, I supposed, of the fondant piece. And now, I'm just going to stick that on tothe Oreo cookie. Beautiful. Turn that over in the palm of your hand. Thisis where it gets a little bit crowder on the hand. And we'll do that again with our otherfondant piece. You can rest your Oreo cookie down on the bench but just make sure you'vegot a really clean bench because your fondant will pick up any Oreo crumbs or anything else,and you do risk dirty-ing your beautiful butterfly. Lovely.So there you have a gorgeous butterfly Oreo cookie pop. You can make that in any colorwith any cookie cutter for absolutely any event or occasion you like. We've some loveheart ones. We've got some little duck ones, little [friends] for baby showers. These aregreat if you're doing lollie buffets or if you want to theme a party or also fantasticif you want to give a bonbonniere or some treats to go with your party.If you are enjoying our tutorials, please make sure that you subscribe to our channel.We do upload new tutorial every week and we'd love to keep you informed of what's goingon in the world of cupcakes, cakepops and cake decorating. Thanks so much for watching.