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Create a garden of goodies—easy-to-decorate cookie pops spring up from cute raffia-topped containers. Perfect centerpieces! Watch our online video.
A Party in Itself proves you can have your cake—and cookies and cupcakes—and eat it, too! Cookies provide the message and decorative topping for this impressive two-tier birthday cake, while cupcakes surround the base.
Lots of holiday action happening here. A baby chick cookie is hatching from an egg cookie. Decorated with royal icing and assembled with cookie treat stick attached. A great treat for all the little ones on Easter.
For fun by the barrel-full, shape your favorite cocoa cripsed rice cereal treats into easy chimp chums. Decorate the face with ease using melted candy.
Everyone loves colorfully-decorated cookie pops, especially when they’re popping out of a flowerpot. This easy-to-make gift is a great way to brighten someone’s day. Watch our online video.
Sparkling star cookies set in Old Glory Baking Cups are a great way to get the fireworks started. A perfect dessert for Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day celebrations.
Sports enthusiasts name the season by the type of ball in play! We’ve got three crispy Cookies For All Seasons that they’ll love to pop into their mouths on birthdays or any day. Score!
Variations on a sweet theme! Cookie pop topiary stands in a base that features a candy shell filled with a crisped rice cereal mixture.
Send guests home with nosegays meant for noshing. Tuck cookie pops shaped with the largest Flower Cut-Out Fondant Cutter into a Tote Favor Container decorated with fondant flowers.
A bouquet of Cookie Pops makes a wonderful centerpiece, thoughtful birthday gift or cheery get-well treat. Each full-bloom cookie pop is decorated with pretty outlined petals filled with easy stars and zigzags. Watch our online video.
Little Miss Easter Bunny is ready for the big Easter Parade. All decked out with a skirt made with Tulip Cutter and head made with the Bunny Cutter. Arms are formed with a cut cookie treat stick. Hands, sleeves and dress are made with fondant.
Personalized cookies will be a hit when you Name That Bloom after each guest. Use them on the table as place cards, standing in a wrapped craft block as a centerpiece or wrapped individually as part of a birthday loot bag!
It’s a crunchy country celebration, with Uncle Sam cookies cut with Star Comfort-Grip Cutters. He’ll rally the spirits of everyone at the fireworks festivities.