Butterfinger Bites Cookie Pops will send your kids to cookie heaven! These sweet and yummy cookies on a stick have crunchy candy pieces baked inside. Fun to make!
Fun and Delicious Cookies
by C. CRISTINA
, Brentwood, CA on Nov. 2008
I made these cookies to a Kids Halloween Craft Night and all the kids loved them!
Pops for Pops
by S. Sue
, Carlisle, PA on Oct. 2008
I made these and took them to work (I work with all men) and they loved them. I put walnuts and small m&m's on some. They told their wives and they wanted the recipe to make for their children. Will make some with Christmas colors........
Bake Sale Winner!
by N. NICOLE
, HINGHAM, MA on Oct. 2007
I made these for a bake sale at my children's school. They were a hit! So easy and so kid friendly!
Super Cookie pops
by L. Lisa
, Palmdale, CA on Jul. 2006
We made these with a sugar cookie roll. We cut them in the shape of stars and added red and white sprinkles for our 4th of July party. They are fun to make and yummy to eat.
Great fun for kids
by S. Samantha
, WESTVILLE, OK on May. 2006
I made these for my 7year olds end of the year party and all the kids loved them. I made them slightly different, I got the jumbo Nestle Cookies and made them that way.
Great kids recipe !!
by L. Linda
, NORTH CANTON, OH on May. 2006
My grand-daughter and I baked these cookies on a stick and she had a blast doing it.. I didn't have to help her much at all. I love recipes where kids can help or do it on their own when they have the love for baking. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Super Candy Bar Cookie Pops
by J. Janice
, SCARBOROUGH, ON on May. 2006
I baked some super candy bar cookie pops and my nephews just loved them, they enjoy my cookies and making them look like a popcycle made them even more enjoyable to eat.
by J. Julie
, Clarksville, TN on Nov. 2005
Made these for our Halloween get together! Yummy and fun all around!!
Candy Bars are a hit
by J. Janice
, BARNEGAT, NJ on Aug. 2005
The kids and I made these last week and all of their friends came over for a swimming party and to taste our pops. It was a great day.
by E. ELLEN
, STREATOR, IL on Mar. 2005
Grandkids & I made these & made bunny faces on them after we frosted them with white frosting !! VERY GOOD !!
Easy and delicious candy to make that all in the family will enjoy!
These cookies are something different and great for after school with a big glass of milk.
You and your guests will want to gobble up these Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies. Using our refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough as the base of these adorable cookies, frosting and almond slices are used to decorate the "turkey's" body. For the finishing touches, white and semi-sweet mini morsels are used for the eyes, candy corn as the nose and pretzel pieces are used as the feet for this tasty treat! Who says you can't have turkey for dinner and dessert!