Play Dough Lollipop Cookies

I know I promised you some pictures of the other felt projects I had made, but there was absolutely NO SUNSHINE anywhere near my house to take a decent picture (and the ones I took with the flash looked horrible). So I will post it later. Here is something I already had on tab…Play Dough Lollipop Cookies!

Play Dough Cookie Lollipops
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What better way to brighten up a snowy afternoon than make these bright and colorful lollipop cookies.

Ingredients:
3/4 cup butter, softened
3 ounces cream cheese
1 cup white sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt assorted colors of paste food coloring
24 lollipop sticks

Directions:
In a bowl cream butter, cream cheese and sugar until fluffy. Add egg and vanilla; beat until smooth.

In a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add dry ingredients to the creamed mixture. Stir till soft dough forms.

Divide dough into fourths. Tint each with a different food color. Wrap in plastic wrap and chill for 2 hours. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Working with half of each color, shape dough into 3/4 inch balls and for each cookie place 1 of each color together to form a large ball.

Shape into a 12 inch long roll by rolling with palms of hands into a snake like rope.

Start at one end and coil roll to make a 2 3/4 inch round cookie. Place cookies 3 inches apart on lightly greased baking sheet. Carefully insert lollipop sticks into bottoms of cookies.

Bake cookies for 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool and store in an airtight container.

These were so fun to make. My daughters helped me one snowy afternoon! These would be so fun to give as a gift to someone, or save them to eat yourself! These are so colorful, I think looking at them made me happier than eating them! A perfect pick me up for the winter blahs!


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I found this recipe at AllRecipes here.

Comments

  1. Ricki says

    These are great! We just made the rainbow cake for my 5 yr olds birthday, and I felt the same way. It made me happy just to LOOK at it. Okay but it tasted pretty good too! LOL

  2. Lynette says

    My kids would LOVE me if I made these! I just need some paste food coloring…where do I get that? I'm definitely going to have to try these!!! thanks!!

  3. Simply Sara says

    I think we'll make these today!
    (it's pretty blah and snowy outside)

    Thanks for the perfect pick-me-up idea :)

  4. Chatty Natty says

    Ok really Amy….you are making me feel like a terrible mom! What lucky kids you have! I'm going to try something like this.

    PS…loved the wreath and really love design sponge. I can get lost on there for hours:)

  5. JBSquared says

    These are adorable – now I just have to come up with a good excuse to make them! :)

  6. Erica says

    Definitely going to try these this week! The kids will love them! Thanks so much for the recipe.

  7. ~ Michelle says

    Thank you so much for sharing these ideas with us Amy. My girls will absolutely love making these lollipops. Bonus for me that I already have everything on hand to make them with the girls. We're expecting a rainy weekend here so I will definitely be doing this with them then! I think we'll also do red, white & pink rolled together to make heart ones too to get into the Valentine spirit! Thanks so much again!

  8. Brittany says

    Oh my gosh! These are adorable!! I totally love your blog and I find myself linking almost every post back to mine so I can remember this stuff someday. I'll be linking this one, too. Thanks so much.

  9. Fields of Linen & White says

    Love love your blog. So many great ideas. I am going to have to try these for my niece, so cute, and I love love the heart wreath, I am going to make both of these projects
    Thanks for a great blog, blessings~Cheryl

  10. The Simple Life of a Rich Girl says

    Perfect timing – my preschooler has to bring in his birthday snack this week! Thanks!

  11. Julie Harward says

    What a super great idea!!! This would be a fun idea for any age, group or the grands! Thank you much..will do these! Come say hi :D

  12. Allison :) says

    First of all . . . I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!! Holy cow, there are so many great ideas on here. You are awesome!

    What length of lollipop sticks did you use??

    These are going to be GREAT for my daughters birthday treat at school! Thank you for sharing!

  13. Carla G. says

    Hi Amy! Would you mind sharing what lenses you use on your camera?…Your blog photos are always so crisp, so bright and really, really pretty to look at. If you have already answered this before, sorry for asking again…Thanks!

  14. **Amy** says

    The sticks I used were found at JoAnn's last year. I had some left over. They are about 12 inches in length. They were labeled as "lollipop sticks" I believe.

    I have a Nikon D40 camera and I almost always use my 55-200 mm lens. I just stand farther away from my subject and either zoom in to get a short depth of field or stay zoomed out to get more of my subject area in focus.

    And thanks to the rest of you for your kind words. As always, I love it when you give me a link to one of your projects you completed from seeing it here. I try to visit each of the links!

  15. AmberLee says

    yum. i am in love with the whole process. how fun to roll it out and to get such a pretty result. thanks for this!

  16. Carlie says

    I made these today with my daughter and they turned out great! Thank you for the fun idea. We had a great time making them and giving them away to our neighbors. I'm new to your blog and absolutely love it. I can't wait to try out more of your crafts. Thanks for sharing all your fabulous ideas. You are so creative and a great Mom!

  17. Stephanie says

    I think these would make awesome party favors for my daughter's 3rd birthday party! It's not until April, but a girl's got to plan ahead, right? lol.

  18. emiliaophotography says

    OMG I had just posted something about play dough on my blog this week, but this is so much better. I would love to put a link to your blog on my post, is that ok if I do it? You have the best ideas ever!!!
    Thanks,
    Emilia Osorio

  19. funplayroom says

    I change my blog url, I am the one that posted something about play dough this week and would like to know if I could link to your blog.
    Thanks,
    Emilia

  20. famr_4evr says

    This sounds so fun. Think I'll try it tomorrow, or Monday. Been feeling the "blahs" all the past 2 days.

  21. Operation Sweet Dreams says

    WOW I LOVE YOUR BLOG!! A friend just introduced me to it and I'm having so much fun going through all your post! You're so talented!! I am a new follower :)

  22. Jennifer says

    This is perfect for my daughter's Candy Land themed birthday party that's coming up. I wanted some type of non-candy treat, and this is it! Thanks!

  23. Leslie says

    Thanks for sharing, your ideas are always so fun! What a great mommy you are! Your site has definitely inspired me and I can't wait to use some of your ideas as my family grows. I love these lollipop cookies,they will be perfect for my son's first birthday party! I am so excited!

  24. veela-valoom says

    I found something as a substitute lollipop stick and hope I can manage to get some coloring with just normal food coloring. I live in a small town nowhere near a craft store. I'm trying to make the Valentine version.

    I'll let you know how they work. I wish I had access to nicer craft supplies around here.

  25. Tanya says

    These are so great. Making the Valentines Day ones this week for a little play date but am very excited to make the rainbow ones for my daughters Over the Rainbow party this spring.

  26. Tasha says

    Thanks for this idea! I made them for our preschool group when we learned about r and instead of making them lolipops we made them into rainbows. So fun!

  27. Shawn says

    What great cookies! I am making these for the office, I know I should use red and pinks for Valentine's Day but I am using these colors since we have snow and they are so very cheery! I do have a one question though, you call for butter so should I actually use butter or margarine? I made my dough last night and plan on making the cookies tonight and I am hoping they turn out since I actually used butter and not margarine. Thank you for such a wonderful blog! I love your ideas! Making the decorative soap bottles next!

  28. Anonymous says

    Very cute! I love the AllRecipes.com website, but I haven't seen this recipe.
    We are going to be moving out of state next week and my son wants to make these for the kids in his Sunday School class as a "Thank You for being my friend" gift, and I'll give him credit for home ec/art today :)
    Thanks for sharing!

  29. Tracy says

    I made these with my kids and they loved them! I posted my pictures and linked back to you! Thanks for sharing.
    tracysfunstuff.blogspot.com

  30. Natacha B says

    Just made Edible Playdoh… I let the kids make what they chose to instead of the lollipops but it definitly turned out great .I used 1/2 cup of butter, 1/3 cup of sugar, 1 cup of flour, and a splash of vanilla extract. The kids loved it and they looked great. 14 kids 2 groups of 4, 2 groups of 3. Each group made different colours then they shared the colours.

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