These are in the running for my favorite cookies I’ve ever made.
An old coworker asked for cookies for a Masquerade themed party. My husband suggested putting them on sticks as cookie pops so that they would be more realistic as masks. What a perfect idea!
I made them extra thick to hold up on the sticks, then iced them with a similar technique as these Fall Leaf Cookies. Except this time I couldn’t dunk them in a bowl because of the stick, so I had to work on a flat platter instead.
Each cookie came out completely unique in color and swirl.
Once they were dry, I piped white designs on them. I love the way the white popped against the bright colors. Each one had a unique design on it as well, because I just “winged it” for each one.
Once they were all ready, I bagged them individually to be given as favors. I’m so glad she liked them as much as I did!
5 responses to “Masquerade Cookie Pops”
They are perfect masquerade cookies with that awesome swirl!!
I adore these! Such a fabulous idea 🙂
These look so cool! Very creative : )
How cool! I love them!