Christmas Teddy Bears Oreo Pop

I have the best Christmas dessert that you can make with the kids: Christmas teddy beat Oreo pops. These sweet treats may look difficult to make, but trust me, once you follow my guide you’ll bang these out in minutes!

4 Teddy Bears Oreo Pop on a white plate.

These Christmas cookies are a fantastic activity to keep the kids busy, an adorable gift for younger family members, and just a fun way to lighten the mood during a stressful time of the year.

Give these a try and serve them alongside my Cuban Puffed Wheat Milkshake or this Creamy Vanilla And Strawberry Milkshake.

What You Will Need To Make These Christmas Teddy Bear Oreo Pops

You only need a couple of simple ingredients that you can all buy from your local baking supply store. Some supermarkets will also carry all of these ingredients.

  • Oreo Cookies: Use regular and mini Oreos. Mini ones for the arms, legs, ears, and nose. Any flavor is fine, as they’ll be covered in melted chocolate.
  • Candy Melts: Required in light brown (milk chocolate), dark brown (dark chocolate), white, and red. If only white is available, use brown and red gel food coloring for tinting.
  • Decorating Icing: Black decorating icing for facial details. Alternatively, use black candy melts or homemade royal icing colored. I prefer using gel food coloring over liquid or powder forms.

How To Make Christmas Teddy Bears With Oreos

I first want to start off by again saying that these Christmas teddy bear Oreo pops look a lot more complicated to make than they are.

Follow my instructions and pictures and you’ll see how incredibly easy they really are to make.

Step 1: Make The Body

To start, untwist two regular-sized Oreo’s. Place the two halves with filling on a flat surface, one above the other. Place the two halves without the filling next to them (on their right, also one above the other).

Take a dollop of melted light brown candy melts and add it to the two Oreo halves with the filling.

Add the popsicle sticks to the melting chocolate so that it covers both cookies to form the head and body of the bear. Add another dollop of melting chocolate over the sticks to help seal them in.

Close the big Oreos and set them aside.

Make The Body OF THE Christmas Teddy

Step 2: Prepare The Arms And Ears

Take 4 mini Oreos and separate the halves. Scrape off the filling and store it for later use.

You should now have 4 clean Oreo halves.

Prepare The Arms And Ears

Step 3: Add the Legs, Ears, Nose, and Arms

Dip one-half of each regular Oreo into light brown melting chocolate 1/3 of the way. Attach two mini Oreo halves to the top of the upper Oreo to form ears, pressing them between the two regular-sized halves. Add two more mini halves towards the top of the lower Oreo for arms.

Add The Legs, Ears, Nose, And Arms

Step 4:

Then, dollop light brown chocolate on three whole mini Oreos; place two on top of the lower Oreo to create legs and the third on the lower center of the top Oreo for the nose.

Teddy Bears Oreo Pop brown chocolate

Step 5: Dip and Decorate the Oreo Teddy Bears

Melt dark chocolate candies in a large bowl. Dip each bar into the chocolate by holding the popsicle stick, ensuring they are fully covered.

Tap off excess for a smooth coating and place them on a parchment-lined baking sheet.

Allow the chocolate to set for at least 45 minutes. Meanwhile, melt white and red candies, adding them to separate icing bottles. Decorate with red for Santa hats and scarves, white for paws, ears, and Santa hat details, and finish with black icing for eyes and noses.

Christmas Teddy Bears Oreo Pop

How To Store These Christmas Teddy Bear Oreo Pops

These beautiful Christmas treats should be stored at room temperature. None of the ingredients used will do well in the fridge.

Place your beautiful teddy bear cookies inside an airtight container. Keep it away from direct sunlight or heat sources, and store it in a cool, dry, and dark place.

They should keep good for up to7 days. If they get too hot, the chocolate will start melting.

Do not freeze or refrigerate these Christmas teddy bear Oreo pops.

Variations For These Oreo Teddy Bear Christmas Pops

The three big variations I recommend trying are using different types of Oreo cookies, flavoring the candy melts with extracts or essences, and adding sprinkles for garnish or decorative details.

These are all incredibly easy and will make a big difference to the flavor, texture, and overall look of the teddy bears.

This is also a very fun way to get the kids involved! Also, have a look at my Gingerbread Man Oreo Pops, a similar recipe with a delicious twist.

Teddy Bears Oreo Pop

Tips And Tricks For These Oreo Christmas Teddy Bears

  • Work step by step. Don’t try to finish one Oreo teddy bear at a time. It will take forever. Instead, do step 1 first for ALL of your cookies. Then step two for ALL of your bear bodies, and so on.
  • This can become a messy process, so make sure to clean as you go. You don’t want to deal with potential issues relating to cross-contamination.
  • If you live in a humid or hot country, you need to find a cool place to allow the candy melts to set. You can place them in the fridge for a couple of minutes but don’t leave them there. The fridge changes the crystal structure of the candy melts. So, when the melted chocolate candy is at room temperature again, it won’t look good and will likely not set at all.
Teddy Bears Oreo Pop

Festive Christmas Teddy Bear Pops

Delight in Christmas Teddy Bear Oreo Pops, a festive treat blending crunchy Oreos with sweet candy melts, crafted into charming teddy bears adorned with Santa hats and scarves.
5 from 7 votes
Prep Time 55 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 12
Calories 425 kcal


  • 24 regular-sized Oreo Cookies
  • 48 mini Oreo Cookies
  • 12 Popsicle sticks
  • ½ cup light brown candy melts
  • 4 cups dark chocolate candy melts
  • ½ cup white candy melts
  • ½ cup red candy melts
  • Black decorating icing


  • Prep Oreos: Carefully separate 24 regular-sized Oreos. Keep one half with the filling intact and set the other half aside. Arrange them on a silicone-lined baking tray.
  • Melt Light Brown Candy: Melt the light brown candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl, following the bag’s instructions. Stir until smooth.
  • Assemble Base: Place a dollop of melted light brown candy on the filled Oreo halves. Stick a Popsicle stick into the candy and top with another dollop of melted candy. Press the other half of the Oreo on top to sandwich the stick.
  • Make Teddy Bear Arms and Ears: Separate 4 mini Oreos and discard the filling. Dip the halves into light brown candy melts, partially coating them. Insert two halves on each side of the sandwiched Oreo for arms. Add two halves on the top for ears.
  • Add Legs and Snout: Apply a dollop of light brown candy on three mini Oreo halves. Place two on the lower part of the sandwiched Oreo for legs and one on the upper part for the snout.
  • Coat in Dark Chocolate: Melt the dark chocolate candy melts. Dip each Oreo pop fully into the chocolate, tapping off excess. Let excess drip off before placing on the baking sheet. Allow to dry for 45 minutes.
  • Decorate with Red Candy: Melt the red candy melts and transfer to a decorating bottle. Decorate each Teddy Bear pop with a Santa hat and scarf.
  • Add White Details: Melt the white candy melts and transfer to another decorating bottle. Decorate the paws, ears, and Santa’s hat with white chocolate.
  • Final Touches: Use black decorating icing to add eyes and a nose to each Teddy Bear pop. Allow to set completely.


These Christmas Teddy Bear Pops are a delightful and creative treat for the holiday season. Each Oreo pop is transformed into a charming Teddy Bear dressed in festive attire. Perfect for holiday parties or as a fun project with kids, these pops are as enjoyable to make as they are to eat. Enjoy crafting and indulging in these sweet, festive delights!


Calories: 425kcalCarbohydrates: 81gProtein: 4gFat: 24gSaturated Fat: 16gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0.04gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 329mgPotassium: 190mgFiber: 2gSugar: 54gVitamin A: 4IUVitamin C: 0.04mgCalcium: 30mgIron: 9mg
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