Ghost Cookie Pops



while indulging in these Ghost Cookie Pops you will be tempted to shake them and say OOOOOHHHHHHH

The cutest little ghost cookie pops around! Seriously, my toddler and I had too much fun assembling these and chasing each other around saying “Boo!” with our little ghost. I’m all about making simple and fun kids foods that are not overly complicated, these adorable ghost are just that. The cookie pops did not last long, but the memories of making them, eating and playing with our ghosts will last forever.

I took one of Maxwell’s favorite cookies, Joe Joe’s chocolate cookie cream sandwiches from Trader Joe’s and made them into these scary Halloween ghost cookie pops. The chocolate cookie with chocolate filling was delicious; smothered in the white chocolate coating. By taking melted milk chocolate chips I added two tiny circles for the eyes and one oval for the ghost mouth. The bottom of your little ghost is curled white ribbon and to display I stuck them in styrofoam purchased from a local craft store.

Watching my child light up with a wondrous expressions while creating new things is magical. I live to watch him with this excitement in his eyes over the little things. I’m praying that in the world we live in that he can hold onto this beautiful spirit and never let anything come between being happy for the simple things. I hope you enjoy assembling these ghost cookie pops as much as my toddler and I did. I dare you to try and not play with them, shaking those curled ribbons around like little ghost is just too much fun. πŸ™‚



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Ghost Cookie Pops

Ghost Cookie Pops


  • 15 Joe Joe sandwich cookies from Trader Joe’s (double chocolate or your preference)
  • 1 10 ounce bag of white chocolate chips
  • 3 tablespoons of milk chocolate chips
  • Lollipop sticks(local craft store)
  • White curling ribbon
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking sheet
  • Optional:
  • Plastic squeeze bottle
  • Styrofoam for standing ghost
  • Black paper filler
  • Halloween bucket or pail


  1. Melt white chocolate with double boiler
  2. Open each cookie placing the lollipop stick in the cream filling and close the cookie back together
  3. Dip each cookie into the melted white chocolate and allow excess to drip off before transferring to baking sheet lines with parchment paper
  4. Melt milk chocolate either in double boiler or microwave adding 1/2 teaspoon of canola oil if desired (helps smooth out chocolate so its easier to work with)
  5. Either using a plastic squeeze bottle or a lollipop stick dipped in the chocolate make Ghost face, draw to circles for the eyes and an oval for the mouth
  6. Place aside to cool or to speed up the process place in freezer
  7. Curl ribbon and cut even pieces, tie two pieces of ribbon for each pop
  8. Place in styrofoam to display or store till ready to eat
  • Category: Dessert/Kids Foods


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