Frozen Party: DIY Olaf Oreos Tutorial. Everybody’s favorite snowman is the perfect party treat. Check out these easy to DIY Olaf Oreos. You little Ice Princess will love eating these delicious Frozen treat at her Frozen birthday party.
Olaf is the cutest little snowman around. If you are throwing a Frozen party…including a cute Olaf is a definite must. When we styled my daughter’s Frozen birthday, Olaf was even the centerpiece of the party. He’s just too, too cute. I love his fun little face and all the adorable things he says. Today, I’m sharing a super easy and fun tutorial for making Olaf Oreos. These little treats are delicious and are defintiely going to be a hit at your party. Trust me…instant love for the Olaf!!!
Chocolate Covered Olaf Oreos
Oreo Pop Mold (for Oreos with sticks)
Oreo Mold (for Oreos without sticks)
Melt the white candy melts. Using a glass bowl in the microwave in 30-second increments is best. Be sure to stir in between heating and be careful not to overheat. Fill the Oreo mold with the melted white candy. Place the Oreo into the mold and cover the back of the Oreo with the melted candy. Place in the refrigerator to cool…at least 15 minutes.
Roll out the orange fondant so that is about 1/4″ thick. Using a kitchen knife, cut oval shapes about 1/2 long. Squeeze the fondant oval so that is narrower on one end to resemble a carrot for the nose. Roll out the black fondant. Cut a half circle mouth shape. Roll out the white fondant. Cut a small square for the teeth. Break the pocky sticks so that they are about 1 inch long. Using a drop of water as glue to attach the white teeth to the black mouth. Allow the fondant to harden (about 10-15 mins).
Once the Oreos are cooled, pop them out of the mold. Using the white candy melts as glue, attach the candy eyes, nose and mouth to the front and the pocky stick “hairs” to the back.
Using an edible marker, draw on Olaf’s eyebrows. Return to chill until they are ready to serve.
Easy as pie!!
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