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These Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops are easy and fun to make, and look awesome! They’re perfect for a sweet treat for a family movie night when watching Disney’s Aladdin, or for serving at an Aladdin themed party!

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Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops

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Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops

I remember when Disney’s Aladdin came out, way back in the early 90s. I absolutely loved it (and still do!). My friend and I knew all the words to not only the songs but to the dialog too! Robin Williams as the Genie was, well, genius(!), and you couldn’t help but root for Aladdin as he tried to win over Princess Jasmine. The comic relief from Iago, even though he was the villain, Jafar’s side kick, also had me in hysterics!

Fast forward to 2019, and a live-action remake of this beloved Disney Classic has been released, featuring Will Smith as the Genie. I will be honest, I’m not a big fan of these live-action remakes – they feel a bit hit and miss to me. BUT I love Will Smith and having watched the live-action Aladdin, I have to say, it is pretty awesome! I loved it!

So whether you love the animated movie or the live-action, these Aladdin Oreo cookie pops are

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Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops

Ingredients used in these cookie pops

Just three ingredients are needed in this recipe:

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Equipment used in this recipe

To turn Oreo cookies into Oreo cookie pops, you will, of course, need some sticks. These can be the round lollipop style or flat popsicle style. I recommend that the sticks be around 4.5″ to 6″ in length.

If you are making these pops as party favors, I suggest packaging them in cellophane bags (the cookie part) to protect them and for party guests to take home. I did this for the marshmallow pops I made for a friend’s party.

You can melt candy melts/candy wafers in a double boiler, or if you plan on making lots of candy covered treats in the future, I recommend investing in a candy melting pot (try this one if you’re in the UK, as the Wilton one is not available on, as treat-making life is then so much easier!

To decorate the cookie pops, candy melts are swirled on top – use a piping bag, or a regular food bag with the corner snipped off.

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Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops!

How do I make Oreo Cookie Pops?

Making cookie pops in really simple and quick to do. Candy melts dry pretty quickly too, so you can get these treats made in no time at all. You need to insert a lollipop or popsicle stick into the filling layer of the Oreos, dip them into lavender-colored melted candy, and leave to set on a tray lined with wax paper. You can speed up the process by popping into the fridge or freezer.

To make sure that your lollipop sticks, stay in place between the two cookies, you will need to ‘glue’ them in place with a dab of the melted candy. Split the Oreo, dip your stick in the candy melts, place it onto one of the cookies, and then gently press the other cookie back in place and leave to set. Actually here is a pretty good demonstration I found on YouTube showing you exactly how to do it!

I have found when I use flat, popsicle sticks that I don’t need to glue in place, and can insert directly into the filling layer.

You will notice the photo below lacks a stick – that’s because you can make these Aladdin themed sweet treats without them too. So if you don’t have any lolly sticks to handy, don’t worry! Place the cookie onto a fork and dip into the candy melts, tapping off the excess.

Oreo cookies dipped in purple candy melts

Melting Tips for Candy Melts

You can melt candy melts/candy wafers in the microwave or a double boiler, or if you plan on making lots of candy-covered treats in the future, I recommend investing in a Wilton candy melting pot as treat-making life is then so much easier!

Try this PME one if you’re in the UK, as the Wilton one is not available on

If you use the Wilton Candy Melting Pot, you can check out Wilton’s demo video on YouTube which is really helpful. They also give tips on how to melt candy melts in the microwave, as well as using the double boiler method.

The two most important things are

  1. Do not overheat – use an even melting temperature
  2. Do not add water – it makes the candy seize up and become unusable. Make sure the equipment used is completely dry, and avoid using utensils that retain moisture like a wooden spoon.

If you find that the candy is too thick, add vegetable shortening or (solid) coconut oil in 1 teaspoon increments, up to 1 tablespoon, and stir well.

Another reminder – do not add water. The very first time I used candy melts I managed to get water in the bowl and it was ruined. Learn from my mistakes! Additionally, do not use vegetable oil, butter, milk, or any other liquids as this will also make the candy seize up.

If you are using your microwave, test melt a small amount of candy melts first, to see how it works. You may need to adjust the temperature and time to suit your machine. Heat in 15-30 second increments, stirring the candy melts each time. They may not look melted, but they might have started melting from the inside. Stirring helps to distribute the heat.

Once the base layer is set, it’s time to decorate, which is also very easy to do. Pour melted turquoise candy into a piping bag, and create a swirl from the inside out. They don’t have to be neat, or exactly the same! Then sprinkle immediately with gold sugar sprinkles.

Leave once again to set, and you are done! Once you know how to make Oreo cookie pops, you can have a lot of fun with different colors and sprinkles!

Oreos covered in purple candy melts, and swirled with blue candy and covered in gold sprinkles, on sticks in a jar.
Purple and blue covered oreos on sticks - Aladdin Cookie Pops!

Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops Recipe

Michelle Ordever
These Aladdin Oreo Cookie Pops are fun to make and awesome for a movie night or party!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours
Course Recipes
Cuisine Disney Recipes
Servings 15
Calories 143 kcal


  • 15 Oreo Cookies your flavor choice!
  • 8 oz purple/lavender candy melts wafers
  • 4 oz turquoise candy melts wafers
  • Gold sugar sprinkles


  • Line a baking sheet with waxed paper.
  • Place purple/lavender candy melts in a microwave safe bowl. Melt on high heat, stirring every 30 seconds until completely melted. Do not overheat. If the candy is too thick, add vegetable shortening or coconut oil in 1 teaspoon increments, up to 1 tablespoon per bag of candy melts, and stir well. Do not add water.
  • Split each cookie, and attach a lollipop stick with some of the melted candy. Gently press the cookies back together – be careful not to snap the cookies. By the time you've done them all, the first ones should be okay to use.
  • Dip each cookie into melted candy, and gently tap to remove excess candy. If air bubbles form, pop them with a toothpick. Place the cookie pops onto the waxed paper. Allow to set completely before proceeding to the next step. To speed the process, cookies can be refrigerated or placed in the freezer in a single layer.
  • Melt the turquoise candy melts as before. Pour the melted candy into a piping bag or plastic food bag with the corner snipped. Create a swirl on top of the cookies from the middle to the edge.
  • Sprinkle immediately with gold sugar sprinkles.
  • Allow Aladdin cookie pops to set completely at room temperature or in the fridge/freezer for faster results.
  • Store in an airtight container at room temperature.
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Serving: 1 | Calories: 143kcal | Carbohydrates: 31g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 54mg | Sugar: 19g

Nutritional information is always approximate and will depend on the quality of ingredients used and serving sizes. If you need exact calories and macros, please do your own calculations.

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