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Valentine’s Treats – No Bake Cookie Pops

| January 14, 2014 | 2 Comments

 

No Bake Cookie Bouquets

31 Days of Love

Welcome back to 31 Days of Love - a series of “lovely” crafts, bakes and activities to do with kids this Valentine’s Day. We have had Valentine’s Cards and Valentines Gifts that Kids can Make now we are moving on Valentines Treat with Lorie from Reading Confetti and these fabulous no bake Cookie Pop Bouquet!

Hello! I’m Lorie from Reading Confetti and I’m so excited to be participating in 31 Days of Love. We created an easy no-bake cookie bouquet that kids can help make. It’s the perfect way to surprise somebody you love.

To make these no-bake cookie bouquets you’ll need:

  • sandwich cookies
  • lollipop sticks or skewers
  • candy melts or chocolate chips
  • sprinkles
  • small vase or glass
  • vase filler (small pieces of candy or sugar work great)

Directions:

1. Poke your skewer into the filling between the two cookies.

No Bake Oreo Cookie Pop Bouquet

2. Drizzle some melted candy onto the top of the stick and the bottom of the cookie and leave it to set. This will prevent your cookies from falling off the stick later.

Cookie Bouquet (no bake)

3. Dunk each cookie into the melted candy and immediately top with sprinkles.

4. Place your cookie on waxed paper until the candy has hardened.

Oreo Cookie Pops

5. Arrange in a vase and give to someone you love.

Oreo Cookie Pop Gifts (no bake)

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  1. Susan Fraser says:

    I love this idea and have some leftover candy melts from my son’s birthday that are red and will be perfect for this! Is there any way to get the whole cookie covered with candy? It looks like only one side would get covered if you laid them on the sheet to cool. Thanks!

    • Red Ted Art says:

      Hi! Yes, from the photos it looks that way. I guess if you want both sides covered you would have either dip the whole cookie and dry upright (though I have visions of everything dripping down… or let it dry, flip and do the other other side..?

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