Rudolph Cookie Pops | Holiday Party Idea

Rudolph Cookie Pops

Rudolph Cookie Pops

You know, I’m one of the mom’s always waiting until the last minute to make something for my kids’ parties. I know, I know. I’m working on it!

Take a peek at these adorable Rudolph Cookie Pops.Β How cute will these be to take to the kids’ classes for the holiday parties? Or even to work for your holiday pot-lucks. So adorable and very easy to make (so easy, even I can do it). πŸ˜‰

Rudolph Cookie Pops Ingredients
Ingredients
Making Rudolph Cookie Pops in Wilton Pan
Wilton Pan

 

Rudolph Cookie Pops

Ingredients

  • (Yields approx 12 pops)
  • 1 cup softened Butter
  • 1 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1 Egg
  • 2 tsp Vanilla
  • 2 3/4 cup Flour
  • 2 tsp Baking Soda
  • 12 long Lollipop Stocks
  • GLAZE INGREDIENTS
  • 2 cup Powdered Sugar
  • 2 tbsp Milk
  • 2 tbsp Corn Syrup
  • Food Coloring
  • DECORATIONS
  • 24 Chocolate covered Pretzels
  • 24 White M&M Candy Corn pieces
  • 12 Red Spice Drops

Instructions

  1. Cream butter and sugar.
  2. Add egg and vanilla and continue beating.
  3. Mix dry ingredients together and incorporate into wet mixture a litlle at a time.
  4. Press dough into pan, filling each about 3/4 full.
  5. Press stick into each cookie.
  6. Add additional dough on back as needed to cover stick.
  7. Bake in 400 oven 13 minutes or until lightly brown around edges.
  8. Let cookie sit in pan for about 5 minutes, then carefully run a knife around the edge of each pop to loosen.
  9. Cool on a wire rack.
  10. Mix powdered sugar corn syrup and milk to make glaze.
  11. Transfer a small amout of glaze (enough to draw mouths on each reindeer) to a small bowl and add red food color.
  12. Add red, yellow, and blue to remaining glaze to make brown.
  13. Fill in face of pop in brown glaze and allow to set at least 30 minutes.
  14. Press Pretzel antlers in place.
  15. Press Red Spice Drop nose and white M&M eyes in place.
  16. Take a toothpick and dip in brown glaze and dot pupils on eyes.
  17. Allow to set for at least an hour.
  18. Transfer red glaze to small zipper bag and clip corner to pipe mouths.
  19. Allow to set at least 1 hour.
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Let me know if you decide to make these or if you have any other Cookie Pop ideas. I’d love to see some of your finished holiday sweets!

Made with Wilton Round Pops Cookie Pan. Available on Amazon.

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67 Comments

  1. I love this! When I was very young, my parents didn’t have much money at all, the only thing I wanted was a Rudolph the red nose reindeer. At that time Easy bake ovens were the rage. My mother found me a Rudolph the red nose reindeer for 25 Cents at a drug store (she told me later) made my Christmas. Still love Rudolph the red nose Reindeer and MOM πŸ™‚

  2. This is absolutely darling! I wish I had time this Christmas to make these, but with two under two, I doubt I’ll be baking. So sad, but at least I’ll have another recipe in my bookmarks for 2014, or ’15, or, let’s be reasonable here, 2020! Haha! Thanks for this awesome idea.

    1. At least there’s a plan, Amanda! 2020 it is. πŸ˜‰ I totally understand, as my kids are just now getting to the age I can start baking all the “fun” stuff again.

  3. This is a great idea for cookies. I just made some pumpkin cookies with my girls but they look boring compared to these. We will try this out for Christmas!! Thanks for the idea.

  4. These are so cute! Great for little ones and big one alike! Great reminder that we all no matter how big or small make a difference – Rudolph great symbolism for this. Thanks for the recipe I am gonna attempt to make these. Hopefully mine turn out as great as yours did.

  5. These cookies look absolutely delicious. They also capture the happy holiday spirit that can come from a mom’s kitchen. I am going to try to make some of these this holiday.

  6. How incredibly adorable!!! They look absolutely delicious too! I was looking around for a Pinterest button. Did I miss it somehow?

  7. These are adorable. My daughter is always looking at holiday treats to make for me to take to work. We want something fun and festive, and these fit. How do you think Santa would like Rudolph Cookie pops??? πŸ™‚

  8. I have been given the task of making treats for my sons school party. I’ve struggled with what to make for a few reasons. 1 – I have never baked anything…. ever. 2 – I’m not creative. 3 – I have been known to burn boiling water. These are cute and I know they would be a hit with all the kids. Hopefully I can get my wife to help me? lol.

  9. THese are so adorable . The kids can have fun decorating them wtih me. I like to make cute foods like these – thanks for the recipe

  10. Those are so cute. I work in an elementary school and know the children would love those.

    But I’m sooo discouraged in the kitchen lately. I’m not doing too well there, when I used to. I’m not sure if it’s aging or stress or who knows?! πŸ™‚

  11. These are so cute and adorable . They would be great for kids and grand kids for Christmas as a gift. I would love one of them myself . thanks for idea for them

  12. i sooo wish i had one of those baking trays so i can make these!!! well i guess i could make these as just cookies and not pops

  13. these are so cute. i love to make snacks and desserts like this for my kids because it makes them so happy. not only do they get something yummy but it is fun too.

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