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Fun Flower Cookie Pops

Posted April 26, 2014 by admin in Blog
Fun Flower Cookie Pops

Welcome to Monday Everyone and Happy, Happy Monday To You!!!

Ohhh such a busy weekend for us, what about you? Did you do anything fun and exciting? What are your plans for this coming Easter weekend? We have more basketball games, but don’t forget to recognize what this weekend is really all about, the resurrection of Jesus Christ! I know we have fun with Easter Egg Hunts and the Easter Bunny and all of that, but share with your children and make sure you give credit and attention where it’s due, to Jesus Christ our risen Savior!!!! Have A Fabulous Day My Friends!!!!

Want to have some fun with your kids or grandkids? Here’s something really fun you can make in the kitchen and it’s so easy to do!! Not only will your kids or grandkids get to help make these Fun Flower Cookie Pops, they get to eat them too!!! You’ll be a hit for the day!!! Ok, So Go Have Some Fun In The Kitchen, But Make It Quick, Because You’ve Got Some Life To Live!!!!

Big Happy Hugs,
Darcy Diva


Fun Flower Cookie Pops

• 14 small spherical lollipops in assorted colors, such as Dum Dum Pops
• One 16.5-ounce tube ready-made sugar cookie dough, at room temperature
• 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Place the lollipops 2 inches from the edge of the pan and 4 inches apart.
Mix the cookie dough with the flour until it is an even texture. Use a round teaspoon measuring spoon to form leveled half circles. Use your finger to gently ease the dough out of the spoon. Place 5 of the half circles, rounded-side up, around each lollipop, leaving a little space so that they are not quite touching.
Bake the cookies, rotating the pans top to bottom and front to back midway through baking, until the candy melts and the cookies are slightly puffed and just golden, 12 to 14 minutes. Let cool on the pans until the candy hardens, about 10 minutes

Thought For The Day:
The difference between try and triumph is a little umph!!!


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