Chocolate Chip Cookies On A Stick

Baking By Karema Updated 7 Oct 2008 , 4:26am by shadowgypsie

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Karema Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:00pm
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I have to make Chocolate chip cookies on a stick and last time I made them the cookies fell off. The cookies were just too heavy to hold up on the stick. I used the lolli pop sticks last time. How do I make these with out them falling apart? Please help.


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mija10417 Posted 5 Oct 2008 , 10:25pm
post #2 of 7 has a chocolate chip cookie recipe that might work. They're made to use with a cookie cutter.

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Karema Posted 6 Oct 2008 , 7:11pm
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Thanks but I have to use my own recipe because that is what she has tasted already. No one else knows?

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Honeydukes Posted 6 Oct 2008 , 7:48pm
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Well, apparently your recipe won't work as is. Since we don't know it it's difficult to help you modify it. Offhand I'd say add more flour to make a stiffer, sturdier dough. Make sure it's chilled. Lollipop sticks wouldn't work here. You'll need popsicle sticks. They're flat and will give the cookie more to "grasp."

I agree with mija; Karen's recipe is a good option.

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Karema Posted 7 Oct 2008 , 2:38am
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I use a recipe similar to the Nestle tollhouse recipe. I just add more flavoring and more chocolate chips. I will try to get some popsicle sticks. Where do you get popsicle sticks from? Thanks for helping me.


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Honeydukes Posted 7 Oct 2008 , 3:03am
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You can get them at most craft stores. Michaels and Jo-Ann's have them here. I'm not sure you'd find them at cake supplies.

Nestles is pretty soft, if I remember correctly. (I only make them around Christmas.) Try adding a little more flour -- start with a 1/4 cup and go from there. Knead it in until it is a little stiffer and not sticky. Roll into a ball and then slide your stick in. Go about 1/4 to not quite 1/2 way; remember the dough will spread. Moosh (?) the ball just a tiny bit to make sure the dough adheres to the stick. I don't know how big you're making the cookies. Try a few to see how much weight the stick/cookie will take.

As a last resort, you could wrap the cookies in cellophane and attach them to the sticks. They wouldn't be lollipops but you could put them in a bouquet. (If that's what you're doing.)

Good luck.

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shadowgypsie Posted 7 Oct 2008 , 4:26am
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Have you tried using the Wilton cookie pan. By pressing the dough into the pan it might stay together better. HTH

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