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Cookie Pops

Cookie Pops
Makes:
24 cookies
Prep Time:
20
minutes
Total Time:
36
minutes
based on
144 reviews
Cookie Pops are a fun treat and a great variation to try out when you are looking for something different and tasty to delight your fans with. Decorate these pops using colored frosting and assorted candies and bring out your creativity.

In this recipe:


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Ingredients:

  • 1 2/3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter or margarine, softened
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 cups (12-oz. pkg.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels
  • 2 cups quick or old-fashioned oats
  • 1 cup raisins
  • 24 wooden craft sticks
  • 1 container (16 oz.) prepared vanilla frosting, colored as desired, or colored icing in tubes

Directions:

PREHEAT oven to 325° F.

COMBINE flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl. Beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract in large mixer bowl until creamy. Beat in eggs. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in morsels, oats and raisins. Drop dough by level 1/4-cup measure 3 inches apart onto ungreased baking sheets. Shape into round mounds. Insert wooden stick into side of each mound.

BAKE for 14 to 18 minutes or until golden brown. Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

DECORATE pops using colored frosting and assorted candies.


Reviews:

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  •  Star(s)

    Cookie pops

    Shannon Breen from Antioch, TN

    These are super easy to make and the kids love them. They love popsicles in the summer so these are a fun alternative in the winter.

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    Great for a bake sale item

    LAURA AMBRIZ from ALICE, TX

    For a Bake Sale fundraiser, I made these cookies and they were a hit. Everyone loved them.

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    The kids love it,

    joel tedder from FORT DODGE, IA

    i really enjoy getting the kids into the kitchen as much as possible. And they really enjoyed these.

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    Great for parties

    Jennifer Mitchell Medrano from FORT WORTH, TX

    I made these for my 3 year old son's Christmas party at day care. I dipped each cookie in melted white chocolate to give them a blank surface to "paint" on. The kids loved it and there was very little mess.

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    Cookie pops

    Joan Burns from , Oxford mi

    This recipe was a lot of fun to do with my grandchildren, I don't know who enjoyed themself more, and the cookie pops were great

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    Thankful teacher

    Jeannie Tanner from Wadsworth, OH

    I made these for my daughters class this past week. The kids loved them, but the teacher loved them even more. They made less mess and they kept they happy.

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    cookie pops

    carolyn larson from Roseville, CA

    I have 2 kids and I am room mom for both classes.These were so fun and easy to make for both classes.

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    Classroom Fun

    Melissa Cumbie from Panama City, FL

    This are great to make as classroom treats for special occasions. My daughters elememtary class loved them.

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    Fun for Kids!

    Nickee from Phoenix, AZ

    This was a pretty easy activity to do with my 5 year old cousins, it was fun and delicious!

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    Cookie pops are a blast!

    Donna from Raleigh, NC

    These cookies were a big seller at a recent school bake sale. Kids just ate them up! Next time we will make more than we did.

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    Cookie Pops

    Amy Sperling from Pocomoke City, MD

    I have made these several times for my son's Pre-K class snack time and all of the kids love them. I decorate according to the season or something going on at school. It's also good because my son can help make these for his class.

  •  Star(s)

    Funny & Delicious

    R Mallory from Bremen, OH

    My kids made these for a school function and they were over the top as I was told. The recipe is easy and the outcome is mouth-watering.

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    Fun Cookie Pops

    Jeanne Sellers from Montgomery, AL

    These were so much fun to make with the kids! We even used them as small teacher treats!

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    What Fun!

    Kimberly Pearson from Fair Oaks, CA

    My daughter loved making these cookies and sharing them with her friends. They were so thrilled to eat a cookie on a stick.

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    Cookie Fun

    Jeannie Tanner from

    I recently moved so to get my kids in high spirts about there new school, we made these cookie pops! They had a blast and it made there first day at a new school a great one! Now my kids want to make them for the big fair coming up! WOW!

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    Cookie Pops are Tops!!

    Anita Trilling from Gaithersburg, MD

    My 19-year old college daughter is living off campus this year in a house with three female college room-mates. After all these years she is interested in cooking/baking but simple things as she is new to this. We saw this recipe and decided to make it together. It was a great family or all girl recipe. Jaime Michelle had a ball doing it. And the colors were bright and cheerful. The cookies were mouth-watering chewy pieces of manna and easy to make for an inexperienced baker like my daughter.

  •  Star(s)

    halloween cookie pops

    allison saber from n. babylon, NY

    I have made cookie pops for my daughters class at Halloween. We stuck the stick into tiny bite sized candy bars and wrapped the dough around the candy to bake. Be careful not to lift by the stick until completly cooled. She told her classmates that it was a candy bar in a cookie costume!

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    Good but not quite my taste

    Naomi Levin from Beloit, WI

    I thought it could definitely be done with out the sticks - but my kids love anything.

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    Cookie Pops

    Debbie Jordan from Midland, TX

    These are very good - but I can't get my child to eat cookies with raisins in them.

  •  Star(s)

    This is GREAT!

    Tina Oliver from Centerburg, OH

    This is such a neat recipe! I know my kids are going to love it! We have 5 and though they are typical children and love sweets, I have a feeling they are going to want me to fix these all the time! Thanks!

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    ADORABLE

    TAMMI DOMINGUEZ from NOLANVILLE, TX

    THESE COOKIES REALLY ARE AN EYE-CATCHER!

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    FUN KIDS PROJECT

    JUDY TROWBRIDGE from WYOMING, MN

    MADE THESE OUT OF REFRIGARATOR COOKIE DOUGH WITH THE KIDS. THEY HAD A GREAT TIME DOING IT AND MORE FUN EATING THEM. IT WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF OUR DAYCARE HALLOWEEN PARTY.

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    Cookie Pops

    MARILYN WALLACE from Pearl River, LA

    This recipe sounds great. Will they hold up in a Cookie Bouquet?

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    great halloween treat

    jennifer rieffenberger from SD

    What a great halloween treat for ghosts and goblins.

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    Cookie Pops

    Pamela Richter from Orlando, FL

    Great. The kids will love this.

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    WOWSER!

    Skyler Matchett from Tallahassee, FL

    These pops are great for parties and for kids to dig into! I found them very tasty and I reccomend you try them in your home. I tried putting hearts and other shapes on them and they worked well. (I even tried a smiley face!)

  •  Star(s)

    Cookie Pops

    Debbie Pindral from Painesdale, MI

    Wow, take a great recipe. Add something as simple as a popsicle stick, voila! It's a hit. Thanks for such a neat idea : )

  •  Star(s)

    cookie pops

    sally human from beaver dams, NY

    These were very good. The kids loved them, very easy to make.

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    Cookie Pops

    Debbie Duesing from appleton, WI

    They look yummy and I think they will be a hit with the kids!

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    Cookie Pop's

    anne mcpherson from mesa,, AZ

    This is the greatest idea I've found to get children to have fun baking. I like dipping them in a glaze when they cool.. A perfect treat for children at bake sales.

  •  Star(s)

    Cookie Pop's

    anne mcpherson from mesa,, AZ

    This is the greatest idea I've found to get children to have fun baking. I like dipping them in a glaze when they cool. A perfect treat for children at bake sale's.

  •  Star(s)

    Cool idea!

    Ingrid Rosa from Marlton, NJ

    Kids love cookies on a stick! This is a cute idea and you can make them for school parties where one cookie will be enough for each child. You can wrap them in cello paper and tie a ribbon. Even a cute present for the teacher.

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    Cookie Pops

    Karen Stinson from Nashville, TN

    Since my son likes suckers and cookies, this will be a big hit in my house.

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    Cookie pops

    Jodi Kanadanian from Franklin, MA

    Easy recipe and kid friendly. Fun thing to do for a birthday party activity and they get the pop to take home as a treat, along with the recipe to share with family and friends.

  •  Star(s)

    Cookie Pops are Tops

    Dianne Caillouette from Marrero, LA

    I love the toll house recipe and the new twist to decorate is a great idea for all holidays. This cookieis a favorite with all my family and friends and grandchildren.

  •  Star(s)

    Cookie Pops

    Susan Cymny from Hawthorne, NJ

    I made this great recipe even greater by using the Nestle refrigerator cookies and simply sticking the wooden stick in them and backing. The kids loved them.

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    cookie pops

    Filomena Toma from Woodbridge, ON

    Great Recipe and fun for kids

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    Cookie Pops

    Lisa Stock from ,

    Great recipe - the kids loved them....very easy to make and fun to decorate. Iill be using this recipe again.

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    I can't wait to make these ! Sound yummy !

    andrea lanier from leonard, TX

    These will be a great alternative to giving candy on Halloween ! The kids will be impressed... and so will the Mom's ! = )

  •  Star(s)

    review of cookie pops

    Mikki Chalker from Binghamton, NY

    This is a fun one to make with my kid!

  •  Star(s)

    not bad, not great

    Naomi Levin from Beloit, WI

    It is a good recipe, but the can frosting does not make it great. I would prefer a homemade icing of some sort - to modify the flavor.

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    cookie pops

    margie miles from indianapolis, IN

    My grand daughters and I baked these this last week end what a hoot they were . We had a ball making them and they were so easy to do . What fun and wonderful, times for all of us . We all enjoyed eating them to . We well try a new recipe this week end thank you for all your receipes . We love trying them when there here and they love looking into very best baking and picking receipes THANK YOU a happy grand ma.

  •  Star(s)

    cookie pops

    Nancy Pittman from Elizabeth, LA

    These will be great for my son's Kindergarten class treat. We always try to make something his classmates will have fun eating!!

  •  Star(s)

    what a hit

    Michele Thomas from Sarasota, FL

    These cute cookies were hit at my kindergartener's halloween party kids are asking my daughter if she is bring them this year. We used black hat and black cat cutters.

  •  Star(s)

    pops are tops

    Pamela Schiopen from Dallas, OR

    These are fun to make and easy to decorate. My family had fun putting these together.

  •  Star(s)

    Pops

    Maggie Rich from Rice Lake, WI

    These went over great with my nephews. My one nephew said that he want me to make them for his class for halloween. So I'm going to do that. They are GREAT!

  •  Star(s)

    cookie pops

    linda pomerenke from marshall, MO

    Excellent taste and texture---fun to make.

  •  Star(s)

    QUICK AND EASY

    ANDREA WILLIAMS from RICHMOND, KY

    THIS IS SUCH AN EASY RECIPE. MY KIDS (AND HUSBAND) LOVED THEM. I PLAN ON MAKING A BATCH FOR MY DAUGHTER'S HALLOWEEN PARTY.

  •  Star(s)

    And the Congragation loved them!

    Jim Preston from Curtice, OH

    Each Sunday our church has a fellowship table with Coffee and cookies for after service. It was our turn to supply the cookies and my wife found the cookie pop recipe. By the time we got back to the table our tray of cookies, (about 7 dz) were gone and everyone was telling us how good they were. With or without the icing they have that great taste. When making the dough we found ourselves short on chocolate chips so we added butterscotch chips to the mix also. Again this is one cookie recipe that I would rate by saying YES, my grandma would approve of this one.

  •  Star(s)

    cookie Pops

    DIANE HACKER from Rialto, CA

    Great recipe, kids had a lot of fun making these.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1/24 of recipe

Servings Per Recipe: 24 

  • Calories: 350
  • Calories from Fat: 140
  • Total Fat: 15g (23% of DV)
  • Saturated Fat: 8g (41% of DV)
  • Cholesterol: 40mg (13% of DV)
  • Sodium: 200mg (8% of DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 51g (17% of DV)
  • Dietary Fiber: 2g (8% of DV)
  • Sugars: 36g
  • Protein: 3g
  • Vitamin A: 6% of DV
  • Vitamin C: 0% of DV
  • Calcium: 2% of DV
  • Iron: 6% of DV

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Cookie Pops

Ingredients

  • 1 2/3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter or margarine, softened
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 cups (12-oz. pkg.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels
  • 2 cups quick or old-fashioned oats
  • 1 cup raisins
  • 24 wooden craft sticks
  • 1 container (16 oz.) prepared vanilla frosting, colored as desired, or colored icing in tubes

 

Directions

PREHEAT oven to 325° F.

COMBINE flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl. Beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract in large mixer bowl until creamy. Beat in eggs. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in morsels, oats and raisins. Drop dough by level 1/4-cup measure 3 inches apart onto ungreased baking sheets. Shape into round mounds. Insert wooden stick into side of each mound.

BAKE for 14 to 18 minutes or until golden brown. Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

DECORATE pops using colored frosting and assorted candies.

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