Launch TIE Squadrons Immediately: Make TIE-Fighter Oreo Pops at Home!

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If you’re looking to celebrate the Dark Side of The Force this Star Wars Day weekend (or anytime!), these TIE-Fighter Oreo pops are the perfect treat for you. Delicious and easy to make, this Star Wars inspired recipe will get you in the kitchen.

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What You Need:

  • 3 c Oreo cookies
  • 8 oz cream cheese (Philadelphia or preferred brand)
  • 8 oz chocolate wafers
  • Black gel candy or food dye
  • 1 box of 100 calorie Oreo cookies

What You Do:

  1. Crush the Oreos. Add the cream cheese to the Oreo crumbs and mix well. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
  2. Scoop the cold Oreo mixture into balls. Place the Oreo balls on a cookie sheet and freeze for 5 minutes.
  3. Melt chocolate and add black candy/food dye until you’ve reached the desired color. Dip the end of a lollipop stick into the chocolate and then into the balls. Freeze for another 5 minutes.
  4. Dip the TIE-fighter balls into the melted chocolate. Add 1 hexagon-shaped 100 calorie cookie to each side of every Oreo ball. Hold for a few seconds until the chocolate begins to set.
  5. All done! Cue The Imperial March.

This Tie Fighter cookie pop recipe isn’t only a great treat for your family, but a great addition to any Star Wars party!  Whether you’re hosting a Skywalker saga movie viewing night or a child’s birthday party, TIE-Fighter dessert pops are a sweet way to travel to the Dark Side.

You could also make these with cake balls if you have your heart set on cake pops for dessert. Fondant icing could be used instead of food dye if you use this idea for your next Star Wars birthday party or family movie night.

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More Star Wars Recipes

Oreos and milk are a classic combination, so make sure you combine your TIE-Fighter treats with a recipe from the Milk Stand at Galaxy’s Edge or a blue milk milkshake.

To start your day with a Star Wars themed breakfast, try these adorable BB-8 pancakes. As if we weren’t already obsessed enough with the rolling droid, he might be even cuter than usual in pancake form.

Finally, end your May the 4th evening with a Wookiee nightcap to celebrate the fact that (spoiler alert!) Chewbacca doesn’t actually meet his end in Rise of Skywalker.

Are you going to try this Darth Vader worthy dessert recipe soon? Tell us if these tie fighter cookies are a hit with your family in the comments!

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