Valentine’s Cookie Pops
You will “LOVE” these Valentine’s Cookie Pops! Sugar cookie center, yummy chocolate and very portable. They make a great treat for parties or gifts.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. I hope you are over your Christmas candy hangover because it’s time to rev up that sugar high again.
These cookie pops are so easy to make and perfect for parties or just a special treat. They work well as foodie gifts too!
How to make Valentine Cookie Pops:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Make the cookie dough according to package directions. You can also use already made cookie dough from the refrigerated section at the store.
Roll the dough out and cut with a heart cookie cutter. One package of dough makes enough for 10 cookie pops (20 cookies total).
Put the cookies on a cookie sheet and cook according to the directions. Mine took about 10 minutes.
Remove the cookies from the oven then place on a rack to cool.
Once the cookies have cooled, melt the CandiQuick. I got the CandiQuick that you can heat up in the microwave.
When it has melted lay out to cookies-bottom side up. Add a small dab of chocolate, then a popsicle stick, more chocolate over the stick, then more chocolate on the second cookie. Place the second cookie on top of the other cookie.
Repeat with the remaining cookies. Then let the chocolate harden, around 20 minutes. Don’t skip waiting for the chocolate to harden or the cookies will crumble when you add the chocolate coating.
Finally, dip the cookies into the CandiQuick to cover. Use a spoon to drizzle chocolate in places that you miss.
Place on wax paper and add candy sprinkles if you like.
Let the chocolate harden for 25 minutes to an hour.
Looking for more Valentine’s Day treats?
- This romantic dinner for two – Shrimp Cannelloni
- An easy cake recipe – Neapolitan Poke Cake
- A pretty pink cocktail to relax with – Cherry Fizz
And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
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