owl pops

I’ve seen several variations of adorable little owl treats popping up all over the internet lately. Fall is the season for all things cute! Since I love owls, I decided to make some myself with my own little twists. These treats could be used for a variety of occasions, from Halloween, to an owl themed birthday party, or just a great fall treat. I made 8 of these treats, ate 1 myself, let the kids share 1, and brought the rest to work. If I had kept them in the house I surely would have eaten them all! Check out these little cuties:

Here’s how I made them:

What you’ll need:

1 9×13 prepared pan of rice krispie treats
lollipop sticks
milk chocolate melting wafers, melted
white chocolate melting wafers, NOT melted
candy corn
owl cookie cutter – mine is by Wilton
wax paper
silicone basting brush


1. using your owl cookie cutter, carefully cut owls out of your pan of rice krispie treats – I got 8 out of a 9×13 pan
2. stick a lollipop stick in the bottom of your owl
3. carefully ‘paint’ your owl all over with the melted milk chocolate using your silicone basting brush – I say carefully because they become very fragile with hot melted chocolate on them!
4. quickly place 2 white chocolate wafers for the eyes, and a candy corn for the nose
5. make 2 chocolate dots on the eyes
6. allow to dry on your sheet of wax paper until they firm up
7. enjoy!

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17 thoughts on “owl pops

  1. Jennifer Runde

    oh my goodness – those are cute … I missed in your post where it said you brought 3 to your adorable nieces ;)
    I may come over and borrow your cookie cutter – Katie’s class did a few owl crafts for September – I could be one of those “good parents” and make them for the class.

  2. Karli

    Entirely too cute! When, WHEN do you have time to do all these adorable projects?! They’re fantastic! I can’t even make spaghetti without being interrupted 9 times. Looks awesome! :-)

  3. Jill

    Thank-you for all your comments ladies! They really were a lot of fun to make.

    Jen – I’m not too sure Katie’s kindergarten teacher would like all that sugar. Maybe instead of dipping them in chocolate – just make rice krispie treats using cocoa krispies and that way they’d still be brown. I almost did them that way, but then I decided everything is better dipped in chocolate!

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  5. Tavette

    Bet the ladies at work are always happy to see you come in with goodies as they KNOW it will be something wonderful. Rice Krispie owls are cute and sound pretty simple to make. Thanks.

    Tavette – S. Fla.


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