Easy Easter Cookie Pops

 

These are just too great not to share.  Inspired by my 60-Second Cookie, it’s a similar concept – buttery crackers, creamy peanut butter, and smooth white chocolate.  They are just as delicious as they are simple to make.  

They are perfect to make with kids, you can use them as favors, create a centerpiece display, or just eat them all before anyone else has a chance to try them (oops).  Luckily they can be made in a snap. 

  • Buttery Crackers (like Ritz)
  • Peanut Butter
  • White Chocolate for Dipping
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Styrofoam board
  1. Spread Peanut Butter between crackers and insert stick.
  2. Place the cookies in the freezer while you are melting the chocolate so that the peanut butter hardens and your stick doesn’t fall out while dipping.
  3. Once your chocolate is melted dip the cookies into the chocolate.
  4. Insert the lollipops into a styrofoam board for chocolate to set. Decorate as desired.

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18 responses to “Easy Easter Cookie Pops

  1. This is so simple, yet looks so good!

  2. Gma Judy

    These look wonderful!! But since I’m such a lazy grandma, I gave the recipe to Carrie, my step-daughter in law. She loves to cook and has 4 kids so she’ll probably try them.

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  4. Grant

    These are so easy and delicious.

  5. Vicki Wilson

    These are so cute and look so easy. I am going to try this!!

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  7. Debbie

    You could use Pretzels instead of loli sticks….

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  9. These are so easy and fun to make. I made two changes………instead of a styrofoam block, I put a piece of parchment paper over a wire rack. Then, I put the sprinkles on the pops immediately after the dipping and put them in the fridge to cool. After cooling, I put each pop in a candy treat bag and tied it with ribbon. Adorable!

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  11. T.J.

    These look like my favorite cookies that my grandma makes!!

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