Brilliant Easter Cookie Candy Lollipops
An easy sweet treat for candy and cookie lovers that?s sure to make it into Easter baskets! Create springtime, candy-coated cookie lollipops using store-bought cookies with our Easter Cookie Candy Mold and Wilton Candy Melts®.
Makes: Each candy serves 1.
Skill Level: None
Brilliant Easter Cookie Candy Lollipops is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by cakes4me! from I like the fact that you can make the cookie and use it with or without a stick. I have no problem putting the cookie in the mold. When using molds it is time consuming and takes a lot of patience. It is very rewarding in the end though when you give them out and people are amazed at the work you did especially when you do all of the detail in different colors. You do not need to have both sides of the cookie covered in chocolate. I started out this way and found that just having enough for the sides and front was more than enough and they look much neater and cleaner. I personally fill my mold with at least one to one quarter of a teaspoon for the solid color background after the design had been chilled if using different colors, it is plenty of chocolate. Following the tapping directions as given on the guidelines so it takes out all air bubbles and evenly distributes the chocolate helps to go up around the cookie evenly.
Date published: 2012-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by KimmieSue from These molds are a little small to put store-bought sandwich cookies inside. Sometimes the ridges will show on the edges of the candy and you can?t ?fill in the rest? of the back with melted chocolate. Instead, you?ll need to pour the chocolate on top. However, after a few trials, I was satisfied with the results. What?s up with the stick though? The finished candy is cute without the stick, not to mention it won?t fall off and break, so I recommend you eliminate that step entirely.
Date published: 2011-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by diannab from I wish I had know when buying this mold that altho it says you can put sandwich cookies in it ..you CANT! the molds are not tall enough to get both sides covered and look nice. I was making these for my Daughters class and they never left the house....next time I am gonna try vanilla wafers.
Date published: 2011-05-12