Creme de Menthe Oreo Poppers


Just pop’em in your mouth and savor the sweet minty flavor, sure to please your tastebuds!

Creme de menthe is an essential way to dress up your holiday treats!  These poppers are quick and easy to make.  No baking required!  No having to heat up the oven and best of all, no silverware required to eat them.  Just grab and munch!

Creme de Menthe Oreo Poppers

  • 1 pkg. mint flavored Oreo cookies
  • 1-8oz. pkg. cream cheese
  • Chocolate for drizzling
  • 1 pkg. Andes Creme de Menth baking pieces
  • 1 bag of mini waffle shaped pretzels

Allow cream cheese to stand at room temperature for 15 min.  In the meantime, in large food processor: place all Oreos and pulse until finely chopped.  If you don’t have a food processor you can place all the Oreos in a big baggie and crush with a rolling pin.

In a large mixing bowl combine cream cheese and Oreo cookie crumbles.  Stir until thoroughly mixed and no crumbs are left.

On large baking sheet line the pretzels up in rows 1 inch apart.

Form 3/4 inch balls out of the Oreo mixtures and place one on top of each pretzel.

Top with another pretzel, making a sandwhich until you have used all of the Oreo mixture.  You will have leftover pretzels in the bag.

Melt your chocolate in a baggie, just enough for drizzling.  Cut a small corner off of the baggie and drizzle the top of the poppers with chocolate.

Sprinkle with Andes creme de menthe pieces while chocolate is still soft.  Allow the chocolate to harden.

Store in refrigerator for up to 1 week.

Pop’em in your mouth and ENJOY!


These Creme de Menthe Oreo Poppers are so good I don’t even want to count how many I’ve already popped in my mouth today!  They are a fun addition to a holiday party, a fun treat to take in to your coworkers and a fun treat to package up and give to your neighbors, friends & family! 

As a kid I always liked Andes after dinner mints as they were served at a few of my favorite restaurants.  I am so pleased to have created this tasty lil, bite size, crunchy, sweet, minty, with a hint of salty flavor, popper for you! 

These are an easy way to indulge in something sinfully sweet without taking the time to bake. This quick and easy no-bake recipe will surely hit the spot!

And if you want these minus the mint flavor.  Check out this post.

Recipe adapted from this one at this great site!

Happy popping!

About TheSceneFromMe

Wife, Foodie, Traveler, Shopaholic. I am a thirty-something tactfully-opinionated nurse living in the Midwest. I believe shopping counts as cardio, tea cannot be too sweet, anything orange (and sparkly!) can cure a bad mood, and no one can have enough clothes, accessories or shoes. I love to bake, indulge in celebrity gossip, cupcakes, reality tv, photography, travel anywhere new or places that I've already graced, spend time with my family and live life the way I am meant to. I am in love with my iPhone, husband and 2 wrinkly shar-peis. Join me on the journey of my candy coated life. Fasten your seatbelts! This is the scene from ME!
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15 Responses to Creme de Menthe Oreo Poppers

  1. Simply Life says:

    Oh those are too fun and look DELICIOUS!

  2. Those look AMAZING!!!! Mint + Chocolate= a wonderful combination!

  3. Alicia says:

    Those look sooo yummy!!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

  4. Wow that looks absolutely amazing! Love your blog!!!

  5. Soooo these are pretty much amazing. 🙂 You’ve hit so many tastes here- sweet, salty, minty..yep, bound to be delicious!

  6. Nora says:

    Those look AMAZING!!!!!!

  7. Tracy lingle says:

    Oh my gosh I had the big ” O” today eating these!!!

  8. Jan says:

    Yum! Just made something similar tonight, Milano milk chocolate cookies, dip the tip of each in almond bark ( tinted with red food coloring) and the roll in crushed candy cane, makes a classy looking christmas cookie with no baking.

  9. ihearteggs says:

    These look amazing! SO simple and SO tasty!

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