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Oreo Ready for This Easy Oreo Popcorn Recipe?

Satisfy your sweet tooth with this Oreo popcorn recipe. All you need are a few simple ingredients and your ever-reliable Popsmith Popper!

Love cookies and cream ice cream? This Oreo popcorn recipe is definitely right up your alley! It’s sweet, creamy, a little salty, and crunchy — a combo of flavors and textures that you won’t get enough of.

And guess what? You probably already have all the ingredients for it in your cupboard.

Now get your Popper ready and let’s make Oreo popcorn: 

Oreo Popcorn Ingredients

  • ½ cup popcorn kernels
  • 4 tablespoons oil
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips or candy melts
  • 15 Oreo cookies
  • Salt, to taste

How to Make Oreo Popcorn 

Step 1: Break Oreos

Chop or break your Oreos into little pieces and set aside.

Step 2: Heat

Set your stove to medium heat and allow the Popper to preheat for 1 to 2 minutes.

Step 3: Add Oil 

Pour oil into the Popper. 

Step 4: Add Kernels

Drop 2-3 kernels into the pot. Pour in the remaining kernels once the first one pops. Then put the Popper’s lid on.

Step 5: Pop

woman turns the crank of a yellow popcorn popper

Turn the crank clockwise while the kernels pop to keep them from staying on one side and burning. 

PRO TIP: If the spinner gets stuck mid-pop, simply lift it with your finger to release kernels that got logged behind.   

Step 6: Remove


Take the Popper off the heat when popping slows. Remove the lid to allow steam to escape.

Step 7: Melt

Melt white chocolate chips or candy melts in the microwave in 30-second intervals. Stir after every interval until completely melted.

Step 8: Drizzle

Drizzle the melted chocolate over your popcorn. Use a spatula to help you coat the popcorn evenly.

Step 9: Sprinkle

Grab your chopped Oreos and sprinkle them over the chocolate-coated popcorn. Put the Popper’s lid back on, and then toss the pot or give it a few cranks to distribute the cookies.

Step 10: Serve

popcorn topped with oreos

Pour the Oreo popcorn into a huge bowl. Wait about 30 minutes for the chocolate to cool, add a dash of salt to balance out the sweetness, and enjoy!

More Oreo Popcorn Tips

  • This Oreo popcorn recipe uses the classic Oreos, but you can also experiment with different Oreo flavors or use other types of cookies. You can also swap the white chocolate for dark chocolate.
  • Want to make your cookies and cream popcorn even more decadent? Melt dark chocolate and drizzle it after you’ve tossed the popcorn and Oreos.

Pour, Pop, and Repeat

That’s all you need to know about making Oreo popcorn! Don’t let its simplicity fool you, though. While you only need basic ingredients to prepare it, your taste buds will think it’s the best thing since movie theater popcorn. You might want to pop an extra batch just in case. 

Want even more popcorn recipes and inspiration? Check out our blog!

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