Turn your Oreos into a celebration at the beach! Sand Dollars, Sea Scallops and cute little fish. So much delicious fun!
There’s just something about the beach that makes my heart happy! Have you ever been to Sanibel Island in Florida? It’s right by Fort Meyers. Growing up, our family spent nearly every Thanksgiving at a little condo on the beach there. They have some of the best seashell hunting in North America. As a little girl, I had a shell identification book and a big pail, and I spent hours and hours combing the beach for shells. Sand dollars were one of my favorites!
This past spring, I used chocolate covered sunflower seeds in several projects, and thought about how much they remind me of the little centers of sand dollars. So I had to try! I also made some sea scallops using…wait for it… Wheat Thin crackers to make those little shell points (and they are a super yummy salty-sweet combo!)
Here is how we made these little Oreo pops:
Fish Oreo Pops are from an earlier recipe here on Easybaked. You can find them by clicking here.
These were featured in our cookbook for kids, Life Is Sweet: 12 Baking Devotions for Kids.
- 2 (12 oz.) bags of Wiltons Candy Melts in white
- 24 Lollipop sticks