Cookie Pops are a fun treat and a great variation to try out when you are looking for something different and tasty to delight your fans with. Decorate these pops using colored frosting and assorted candies and bring out your creativity.
by S. Shannon
, Antioch, TN on Feb. 2006
These are super easy to make and the kids love them. They love popsicles in the summer so these are a fun alternative in the winter.
Great for a bake sale item
by L. LAURA
, ALICE, TX on Mar. 2005
For a Bake Sale fundraiser, I made these cookies and they were a hit. Everyone loved them.
The kids love it,
by j. joel
, FORT DODGE, IA on Feb. 2005
i really enjoy getting the kids into the kitchen as much as possible. And they really enjoyed these.
Great for parties
by J. Jennifer
, FORT WORTH, TX on Feb. 2005
I made these for my 3 year old son's Christmas party at day care. I dipped each cookie in melted white chocolate to give them a blank surface to "paint" on. The kids loved it and there was very little mess.
by J. Joan
, , Oxford mi on Oct. 2004
This recipe was a lot of fun to do with my grandchildren, I don't know who enjoyed themself more, and the cookie pops were great
by J. Jeannie
, Wadsworth, OH on Oct. 2004
I made these for my daughters class this past week. The kids loved them, but the teacher loved them even more. They made less mess and they kept they happy.
by c. carolyn
, Roseville, CA on Aug. 2004
I have 2 kids and I am room mom for both classes.These were so fun and easy to make for both classes.
by M. Melissa
, Panama City, FL on May. 2004
This are great to make as classroom treats for special occasions. My daughters elememtary class loved them.
Fun for Kids!
, Phoenix, AZ on Mar. 2004
This was a pretty easy activity to do with my 5 year old cousins, it was fun and delicious!
Cookie pops are a blast!
, Raleigh, NC on Feb. 2004
These cookies were a big seller at a recent school bake sale. Kids just ate them up! Next time we will make more than we did.
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