How Do I Make A Cookie Lollipop?

Baking By karaskonfections Updated 1 Jan 2010 , 10:08pm by tinygoose

karaskonfections Posted 30 Nov 2009 , 5:52pm
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I've seen a bunch of cookies done this way but I'm not sure how to do it myself. I'd like to make some cookies on a stick so they are like lollipops. I know there are certain molds that you can use to accomplish this but the cookies I'm making don't have molds, I'm just using my cookie cutter. I'd appreciate any help, THANKS!

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motherofgrace Posted 30 Nov 2009 , 6:09pm
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there are a couple ways to do it.

I personally bake the stick in with it.

After I cut it out, I Slide the stick into the cookie. If it tears at all I use a bit of cookie dough to patch it up. And then on to my cookie sheet it goes!


tinygoose Posted 30 Nov 2009 , 6:14pm
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I just made some, my first bouquet. I used "no fail sugar cookie" recipe on this sight and Toba Garretts glace, fabulous. I used Wilton lollypop sticks not the cookies sticks, they are huge. I just cut the shape with a cutter and stick the lollypop stick into the dough gently. If your dough is thick enough, and slightly chilled it works beautifully. If it's too thin and warm, well...nightmare. I airbrushed mine, because I didn't want to color a bunch of icing, and I wanted them to shimmer (Lucks shimmer airbrush color, pearl).

They are easy, have fun.

karaskonfections Posted 1 Jan 2010 , 3:11pm
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Thanks so much!!!! That was obvious about freezing the dough then sticking the stick in. lol

andpotts Posted 1 Jan 2010 , 9:52pm
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tinygoose your bouquet is great! Love your airbrushing touch icon_smile.gif

I attach the sticks to the bags. The original idea came from Shiney and I love doing it this way. Only thing different is I skip the hot glue step, but I use a seriously strong clear tape, not regular Scotch tape, it's like packing tape, completely transparent, but on the small, regular size roll.
Here are the two links one that discusses Shiney's method in depth and the other has some great tips for bouquets in general.

tinygoose Posted 1 Jan 2010 , 10:08pm
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Thanks so much!! They were fun.

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