Emoji Birthday Party: DIY Emoji Oreo Pops and DIY Emoji Cookies.  If you are thinking about throwing an emoji birthday party for your little one, we have some easy tutorials for making your own emoji cookies and emoji oreo pops.  Looking for free printable Emoji Valentine’s? Be sure to check out our Kermit the Frog Oreo Pops and DIY Fish cookies.

Do you love emojis as much as I do?  Sometimes there is just not a better way to express yourself than an emoji.  Emoji faces sum up my feelings about so many things.  My kids are crazy about emojis as well.  When my 7-year-old found out I was making some emoji cookies and emoji oreo pops…she was ecstatic!  She begged to help me make them.  That’s the best part of DIY party treats like these emoji faces…they are so easy, your kids can completely do them with you.  Why not include them in the fun!

Emoji treats are particularly fun to make because of all the different expressions!  You can make any combination of emoji faces you want!

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I have two fun and simple tutorials to share today.  The first is for DIY Emoji Oreo Pops.  I love Oreo pops as a simple alternative to cake pops.  Using a mold, you

DIY Emoji Oreo Pops

Materials:

Oreo Pop Mold

Lollipop Sticks

Yellow Candy Melts

Black Edible Marker

Fondant

Food Coloring

Candy Eyes

Fondant Shape Cutters

Knife

Step 1:

Using fondant cutters, punch out red hearts for eyes and/or kisses, teal/blue tears, and black mouths and teeth.  Using red fondant, you can just directly punch out the hearts.  The set linked above has various sizes so it makes it easy to pick the right size for your Oreo pops.  To make the tears, I punched out ovals an then cut edges on one side to make them look like teardrops.  For the black mouths, I cut circles out of black and then cut them in half.  I cut a thin strip of white to make the teeth.  Once it had been laid across the top of the mouth, I just trimmed the sides.  Easy peasy.  Set the fondant aside and let it harden while you complete the next steps. (You can buy fondant in the desired colors, or mix the white fondant with the food coloring.  The above food coloring set is perfect!)

Step 2:

Melt yellow candy melts following the directions on the package.  Be careful not to over heat the melts or the consistency gets funky.  Using the Oreo mold, fill the mold halfway to the top with melted yellow candy.  Open up the oreo and gently press the lollipop stick into the cream filling.  Close the oreo and press it into the yellow chocolate mold.  Be careful not to press the cookie all the way to the bottom or you will see the oreo on the top of the pop.  Fill the remaining space around the oreo with yellow candy.  Place in the fridge to set the chocolate.

Step 3:

Once the chocolate is solid, remove the oreo pops from the mold.  Using a very small amount of leftover melted yellow candy as glue, decorate the oreo pops with the fondant pieces and draw details on with an edible marker.  Candy eyes can be used to make the flushed emoji face like below.

Here are some helpful links for making Emoji Oreo Pops:

DIY Emoji Birthday Party Cookies

Materials:

Sugar Cookie Recipe or Mix

Circle Cookie Cutter

Black Edible Marker

Fondant

Food Coloring

Candy Eyes

Fondant Shape Cutters

Step 1:

Using fondant cutters, punch out red hearts for eyes and/or kisses, teal/blue tears, and black mouths and teeth.  Using red fondant, you can just directly punch out the hearts.  The set linked above has various sizes so it makes it easy to pick the right size for your Cookies.  To make the tears, I punched out ovals an then cut edges on one side to make them look like teardrops.  For the black mouths, I cut circles out of black and then cut them in half.  I cut a thin strip of white to make the teeth.  Once it had been laid across the top of the mouth, I just trimmed the sides.  Easy peasy.  Set the fondant aside and let it harden while you complete the next steps.  (You can buy fondant in the desired colors, or mix the white fondant with the food coloring.  The above food coloring set is perfect!)

Step 2:

Make sugar cookies dough using your favorite recipe or a mix.  Roll the dough out to 1/4 inch thick and cut the dough into circles.  Bake per recipe directions.  While the cookies are baking, roll the yellow fondant out to 1/4 inch thick and use a circle cookie cutter to cut into circles.  Because the cookies spread a little while baking, I find it best to cut the fondant with the next size up cookie cutter from the link above than the cutter used for the cookies.  Allow cookies to cool before adding fondant.

Step 3:

Using a very small amount of water (very, very small) as glue, decorate the yellow fondant circles with the fondant pieces and draw details on with an edible marker.  Candy eyes can be used to make the flushed emoji face like below.  Add the fondant circles to the sugar cookies!  Eat and enjoy!!

Here are some helpful links for making Emoji Cookies:

Looking for free printable Emoji Valentine’s? Be sure to check out our Kermit the Frog Oreo Pops and DIY Fish cookies.

I hope you enjoy making these cute emoji faces for your emoji birthday party.