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How To : Ice & decorate cookie pops

If you want to know how to ice & decorate cookie pops, you should watch this video. To ice and decorate cookie pops: Spread your pan with a non-stick spray first before putting the refrigerated dough in the cookie pop pan so that it doesn't stick when you take it out. Position ...more

How To : Bake and decorate tulip shaped cookie pops

A cookie and lollipop in one? Our wildest sugar-loving dreams are finally coming true. This delectable, sweet treat features a tulip-shaped cookie (decorated with oodles of yummy icing, of course) sitting atop a lollipop stick. The stick helps make the cookie eating experienc ...more

How To : Make & decorate cookie pops

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make and decorate cookie pops and bright bouquet cookies. First, you must have your cookie already baked and ready for decoration. Take a star tip and decorate the cookie in a zig zag formation with the icing. Go around the edge unti ...more

How To : Make teddy bead cookie pops

In this video, we learn how to make teddy bear cookie pops. To start, preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Ingredients you will need: 1 pouch pre-made peanut butter cookie mix, 3 tbsp vegetable oil, 1 tbsp water, 1 egg, 12 wooden sticks, 24 flat round candies, 12 Hersheys kisses ...more

How To : 9 Oreo Hacks That Make Life Worth Living

We've already shown you how to dunk a regular-sized Oreo cookie while keeping your fingers pristine, how to upgrade Oreos into different desserts, and even make them into lazy ice cream sandwiches. Now we're going to introduce you to a few other essential Oreo hacks that will ...more

News : 30+ Recipes for Dessert-on-a-Stick

Bakerella offers a trove of fun recipes for dessert-on-a-stick. Cupcakes, cakes, pies, cookies, even macaroons, all bite-size, all lollipop-style. My favorites below. Peeps + pens = Pikachus or … Peep-achus: Start out simple with the classic Cake Pop: Graduate to Hello Kitt ...more

How To : Get cookies onto sticks after they've been baked

Usually there's no going back after you've baked something. Did your chocolate souffle come out bad because you didnt add enough sugar? Too bad, because you can't remix the results and then bake it again. But this general baking law doesn't apply to making cookie pops. Cookie ...more

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