Palm Springs Pops

 


 

Hey Gal Pals, Summer is here and I don’t know about you but I’m headed poolside to max my relax. Summer to me is bright fun colors accompanied by chic patterns. So the inspiration for this DIY is Lilly Pulitzers’ Palm Springs Prints. Yaasss, she is the Queen of poolside chic-ness. So lets get started on these super simple yummy Cookie pops made out of Oreo Cookie Crumbs. 😳

What You’ll Need:
1 package Oreo Sandwich Cookies
4 oz. softened cream cheese
9 wooden popsicle sticks
1 popsicle silicone mold (found on Amazon)
1 bag each of white, yellow, blue candy wafers
4 microwave-safe bowls or double boiler

 

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What You’ll Do:
1. Finely crush 24 cookies in a food processor.
2. In a large bowl, mix crumbs and softened cream cheese. Use the back of a large spoon to incorporate the two together until completely combined.
3. Roll the mixture into 1 1/4 inch balls and place on a wax paper-covered baking sheet. Reshape balls to look like the shape of the mold. Refrigerate until firm.
4. Melt candy wafers as directed on the package using a microwave-safe plastic bowl or double-boiler. Spread a small spoon amount of chocolate into each cavity. Pickup the mold and swirl the chocolate to coat the walls. Refrigerate 5 mins.
5. Add cookie shape to mold. Insert stick into the opening of the mold going through the cookie mixture. Cover the rest of the mold with remaining melted candy. Gently tap out any excess bubbles and it helps flatten the candy. Refrigerate 5 mins.
6. To take pops out: Gently peel away the mold starting at the top.

Now let’s Decorate!!!


Pineapple Cuties!!

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Level I- Pineapple Cuties🍍
What You’ll Need:
Green candy wafers
1 pastry bag
Black edible marker
Optional if your EXTRA like me: Edible gold highlighter, 1oz.of vodka & thin detail brush

Make a yellow cookie pop. Melt some green candy wafers and add to a pastry bag when its cooled a little. Lets not burn our hands.
On a flat sheet of parchment paper free hand some leaf shapes. Then fill in the lines with some candy. Refrigerate 5 mins.
Gently peel candy leaves off and apply to the top of popsicle using a little melted candy. Add a cute face to your pineapple using the edible marker or gold highlighter.

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Palm Hottie

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Level II- Palm Hottie🍃
What You’ll Need:
3 oz. green fondant
Palm leaf paper embosser (purchased MICHAELS Craft store)
Sharp pairing knife or Xacto knife

Make a white cookie pop. Roll out some green fondant to 1/8inch thick. Open embosser and place it on top of the fondant.
Press the embosser onto the fondant. Then cut out the leaves with a sharp pairing knife. Let it dry an hour or best overnight before applying to pop with melted candy.
So I’m EXTRA!!! I brushed some green edible dust on my leaves.

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Flamingo Floatie

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Level III- Flamingo Floatie
What You’ll Need:
3 oz. pink fondant
Flamingo cookie cutter
Black edible marker
Blue pearls & sixlets
Clear piping gel

Make a blue cookie pop. Brush some piping gel on the lower half. Then sprinkle some blue pearls and sixlets as pool water.
Roll out some pink fondant 1/8” thick. Press your cookie cutter into the fondant. Cut off the legs half of the flamingo. Set aside to dry over an hour or best overnight.
After the flamingo is dried, draw a beak, eye and body hole with black edible marker. Now attach to cookie pop with some melted candy.

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And your done.

Enjoy these “sew sweet goodies”,

❤️Bueno

 

 

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