Stained Glass Valentine Cookie Pops

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At Christmas, I saw someone make stained glass ornament cookies. I thought they were pretty, so I decided to make some Valentine's Day cookies and turn them into pops!

What I used:
•Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix, follow the cut out cookie directions-Or your favorite homemade roll out sugar cookie recipe
•Crushed hard candy, I used red and white lifesavers
•Sucker Sticks
•Tiered Heart Cookie Cutters (micheal's or walmart, under $3)

Mix cookie dough according to directions, roll out and cut into heart shapes. Place them on a cookie sheet covered with foil and partially bake, (I did 5-6 minutes) take them out of the oven, allow them to cool for 1-2 minutes and then cut out the center with smaller cookie cutter.

Remove the inside of the cookie with the back end of a spoon.
If these hands look manly to you it's because they are, I enlisted the hubs help in order to move quicker!

Place a sucker stick UNDER the cookie and add crushed candy to the center of the cookie. Put back into the oven for 3-4 minutes or until the cookies are done and the candy is melted.

Let them cool until the candy is hard, and peel off the foil. Eat up!

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I {heart} Nap Time said...

Very cute!! They look so yummy! I'd love for you to link them up at sundae scoop!

Marla Kellman said...

Yuuummmmm... Lovely idea!

Lindsey said...

These are so great! Love the idea. Here is another heart cookie lollipop recipe:

Midori Shop said...

Hi, we love your idea!
We used one of your image in our catalog, but we linked back here...thank you...