How To Make Oreo Balls Summer Parties

How to Make Oreo Balls for Summer parties.  Whether you are celebrating the Fourth of July or Memorial Day, or just having a summer BBQ make one of these creative summer desserts.  Oreo Balls are super easy to make, it is the decorating that takes a little creativity. 

We are sharing some fun Summer Themed Oreo Balls for you to browse and decide which one/ ones to make yourself.

easy oreo balls

First, we made these fun Ice Cream Cone Oreo Balls to celebrate the end of the school year. 

How to Make Oreo Balls

We made Oreo Balls and after we dipped them in Chocolate placed them on top of mini Ice Cream cones.

start off your summer party right with these ice cream oreo balls

Simply dip the Oreo Balls in white chocolate. 

start off your summer party right with these ice cream oreo balls

 Add sprinkles immediately. What fun way to start summer and prevent summer learning loss. Best part you don’t have to worry about these melting! 

start off your summer party right with these ice cream oreo balls

Although don’t worry about chocolate falling over the sides it looks like it is melting. 

start off your summer party right with these ice cream oreo balls



How To Make Oreo Balls Summer Parties

Sharing how to make Oreo balls for summer parties from graduation to Fourth of July to summer BBQ's

How do you make Oreo Balls for Summer Parties?


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  1. I actually did this with different resources when my kiddos were having trouble with math. I love workbooks!

  2. I set aside an hour a day for learning during the summer. That way the kids will continue to learn even if schools are out.

  3. In the past, we didn’t do a lot about summer learning loss other than some online learning tools like and Reading Eggs. They love both of those, but I’d like to work in some offline learning too.

  4. This is right on time. Summer is around the corner and I am steadily looking for activities for them to do while they are out.

  5. No kids here, but I’ll be sharing this with my friends with kids. I’m sure they would want their kids to be learning year round!

  6. These workbooks sound great. My son thankfully loves to read, so i make sure we have plenty of books for him. I also buy him several blank notebooks and he keeps a journal. I find that just allowing him to freely write (he’s only 1st grade) is a big help in not having loss.

  7. Growing up I always did things like this in the summer. I love that kids still do!

  8. We do a lot of crafts and read library books. I think it is so important to keep kids engaged in the summer.

  9. During the summer we like to do a lot of reading and life skills. A fun way to take learning out of the classroom.