Oreo Cheesecake Pops

These easy Oreo cheesecake pops are the perfect one bite dessert. This is the kind of party food that kids and grown ups both love!

oreo cheesecake pops


I know I didn’t give my daughter her first M&M, nor did I give her that first Oreo cookie. Yet, somehow, these are her two favorite snacks. Better said, these are her favorite foods. If she could have it her way, they would be her breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With ice cream on the side.

Couple of days ago she really surprised me when she took me by the hand and walked me over to our pantry. She then opened the pantry door, pointed up towards the shelves, and said, “cookie!”.

I didn’t even know that she knew that word.

I picked her up and she reached for the Oreos! Smart girl.

oreo cheesecake pops

In just a few weeks Ana will be celebrating her 2nd birthday, and I want to make a bunch of her favorites to share with her guests.

I of course can’t just put a bowl of Oreos and another bowl of M&M’s on the table. So I’m making some Oreo cheesecake pops and I still haven’t decided on the M&M thing…maybe a big large “mall” type cookie? I’ll come up with something.

I can’t wait to see a bunch of sugar-high children screaming, and running around in my house. Yaaay for me! Don’t be jealous.

Oreo Cheesecake Pops
Prep Time
30 mins
Total Time
2 hrs 30 mins

These easy Oreo cheesecake pops are the perfect one bite dessert. This is the kind of party food that kids and grown ups both love!

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 20 Cheesecake Pops
Calories: 77 kcal
Author: Katerina | Diethood
  • 1 package (11.25 oz.) Oreo cookies, divided
  • 1 package (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened
  • white chocolate wafers , melted (I buy mine at craft stores)
  • lollipop sticks
  • styrofoam block (you can get that at a craft store, too)
  1. Put 5 Oreo cookies in a food processor, or food chopper, and grind the cookies to a fine crumb. Set aside.
  2. Take the rest of the cookies and break them into pieces, then put them in your food processor’s bowl.
  3. Add in the cream cheese
  4. Process until well blended.
  5. Put the mixture in the fridge for one hour.
  6. Mold the dough into 1-inch balls and put them back in the fridge for another 20 minutes.
  7. Melt the wafers.
  8. Dip the lollipop stick in the melted candy then stick the lollipop stick in the cheesecake pop, half way, and dip the cheesecake pop in the melted candy wafers.
  9. Sprinkle the cheesecake pop with some cookie crumbs.
  10. Stick the cheesecake pop into the styrofoam block.
  11. Do this with the rest of the cookie dough and put the pops in the freezer for 2 hours. They will taste like ice cream!
  12. Serve.
Recipe Notes

WW Freestyle SmartPoints: 3

Nutrition Facts
Oreo Cheesecake Pops
Amount Per Serving
Calories 77 Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value*
Fat 7g11%
Saturated Fat 4g20%
Cholesterol 24mg8%
Sodium 72mg3%
Potassium 31mg1%
Carbohydrates 0g0%
Sugar 0g0%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 305IU6%
Calcium 22mg2%
Iron 0.1mg1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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89 Responses
  1. Katerina! I am late to the party on this post, but those are the most mouth-watering cake pops I have ever seen. Playing on my love of stracciatella ice cream!

    Anyway, I have had to reblog this recipe on my website … I hope it brings these cake pops back to life after a couple of years. 🙂


  2. Dawn

    I make something similar for Halloween and turn them into eyeballs. All the kids on my street line up to have one. I am trying this recipe for sure.

  3. These are adorable!! Sounds like you do a great job of keeping your daughter healthy, even if the rest of the world conspires to introduce her to Oreos and cookies. 🙂

  4. Ann Marie

    I am making these for our kidless girls nite in tonight. Us ladies will test them out tonight and then I will make some for the kiddos. Wine and Oreo cookie pops , just does not get any better than that. Thanks for the recipe 🙂

  5. Your daughter is a girl after my own heart…and a pre happy birthday to her 🙂
    Oreo cookies are the only food in the world that actually calls to me…I mean at night while I sleep. These are amazingly dangerous, love them!

  6. Crystle

    These look AMAZING!! Can’t wait to try them. I do have a question though, since it has cream cheese in it, will they need to be refrigerated ?? And how long would they be able to be left out at a party before starting to spoil??

    1. Hi Crystle!! I’m sorry I didn’t see your question sooner! Please forgive me.
      I should have mentioned that I left a couple of the cake pops on my coffee table over night – they were just as perfect the next day. So I think it’s safe to say that you can leave them out for at least 12 hours.

  7. These Oreo cheesecake pops are absolutely fabulous! My little guy just turned 2 a couple of months ago. He has the same affinity for oreos. These would have been a big hit at his birthday party. Guess I will have to find another “excuse” to whip up a batch. Happy birthday to Ana!

  8. Tiffany had her first M&M and to everyone’s surprise she asked for seconds :)) Was the first time she liked chocolate. Of course, it was the last time too :)) Kids!
    These pops are a great party idea, can’t wait to see what you’re going to impress your guests with!

  9. A girl after my own heart! These are so cute Kate and what fun you and the kids at Ana’s party are going to have. I’m very tempted to add these to my menu this weekend, especially since there are Oreo’s on the counter staring at me. Congrats on making it in Top 9!

  10. Evelyn Scott

    Yummy !! these look so delicious I started to lick the screen ! LOL.
    Well, so much for my diet, congrats on #1, you definitely deserved it with these masterpieces. Happy Birthday to your little girl

  11. At least you can safely say that it wasn’t your fault. 🙂 My daughter can blame me forever. Ha!
    But with treats like these, she’ll only love you forever. Yummmm. (Congrats on top 9!)

  12. More screaming kids, you mad woman 🙂 Love these much nicer than cake pops, firmer inside… You can make them with syrup, butter and cocoa if you fancy more sugar! Have a great party with your girlie x.

  13. Oh no. OH NO!

    I can feel the drool welling up. My waistline expanding. But I just. Don’t. Care.

    These look amazing! And I like how you said that they are less crumbly than traditional cake pops.

    Congrats on Top 9 AGAIN, Kate! Another fantastic post!!

  14. Your daughter has the right idea! I love M& M cookies, they might be my favorite…but if you want to do something really fun, consider M&M cupcakes. make your favorite vanilla cupcake as you normally would. After you scoop the batter into the pan(s), sprinkle the top with an assortment of M&Ms. As the cupcakes bake, the M&Ms sink, leaving colorful trails through the batter. Frost with a fluffy vanilla buttercream and sprinkle more M&Ms on top.

  15. I am sooooo making these. What a perfect little dessert/treat! I bet it would be fun to make with my kids too. You’re pictures are perfection as always! Congrats on making Top 9! Keep those wonderful recipes coming. : )

  16. What a smart girl 🙂 I like her favorites! These cake pops look like an awesome way to celebrate! I made cake pops for July 4th last year and mixed mini red and blue m&m’s in with the crumbled cake and frosting. They lost a little of their crunchy shell quality, but were still a big hit!

  17. Just today I bought BERRY filled flavored Oreos. It’s really a strawberry taste-how amazing will these taste using those!! I’m going back to the store tomorrow and stocking up!

  18. You’re joking. These are out of this world, Kate! By the way, your daughter is one smart cookie, no pun intended 🙂 Happy early birthday to Ana! I don’t know about you, but for some reason, I think M&M’s in a Rice Krispies Treat would be nice. Or, use those in place of chocolate chips for a cookie. Ooh, have you ever crumbled up pretzels and mixed them with the marshmallow/butter mix for Rice Krispies Treats? Yeah, me, either. But, the salty of the pretzel with the sweet of the marshmallow and the chocolate of the M&M’s sounds like it’d be great!

  19. Yummy!! I LOVE cake pops and they’re so fun to make! What a sweet idea making your daughter’s favorite treat into a cake pop, these look so delicious!! Printing the recipe out now 🙂

  20. Those look incredible! I do something very similar for my nephew – but I dip in milk chocolate and serve in truffle form…. I love the idea of the pops! Happy Early Birthday to your smart cookie!

  21. Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of “pops”. Yet, in all honesty, yours are the first that actually really make me wanna have some! They look different and more “fresh” — if that makes sense — from all the rest. Definitely a great job you’ve done, and I’m sure your daughter will be really happy 😉 (your guests too!)

  22. This is such an interesting unique kinda cake pop. I really should make some cake pop sometime soon. Seeing it so much these days everywhere and they all look so amazing 🙂

  23. So cute! I just made some regular cake pops for my friends wedding. I havent tried it the cheesecake way yet! Do these come out more sturdy than cake pops? That white chocolate is a beast and always drags my pops down into the pool of chocolate…

    1. Hi Lindsey!! I think they were a bit better than the cake pops because they weren’t as crumbly. The white chocolate is a beast, I agree… If you can see in the photos, I didn’t try to make them all perfect – I let the white chocolate look like a wrap, if I can call it that. 🙂

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