Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Mummy Cookie Pops

These mummy cookies came into play today as I realized that I had some sugar cookie sticks (on-a-stick) hanging out in my kitchen (the remnants of an idea that didn't work), along with some fresh royal icing. Hmmm, what to do, what to do?  Then I remembered Meaghan's (The Decorated Cookie) recent post: Monster Cookie Sticks...simple and cute!
Perfect!  It only took a couple of minutes to finish a dozen mummy cookie pops!  The candy eyes were attached first with a small amount of royal icing, and then I simply applied the mummy wrapping with a zig-zag motion. The design is free form and forgiving:)  

These are the perfect little snack size sweet treats!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

16 comments:

  1. So super cute!! I love the cookies on a stick and these are so cute. I love the candy eyes!

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  2. Fabulous! I'm sure I'd end up having a little mummy puppet show!

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  3. Very cute! Hope you have a wonderful Halloween!! :)

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  4. Adorable! Great work!

    Amanda Rose
    http://sewmuchtosay.blogspot.com

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  5. So, so cute :) Happy Halloween to you as well :)

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  6. Oh, I hope you do a Santa (with beard) version for Christmas! Thank you for this cute idea.

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  7. I love forgiving cookie designs!! Adorable Sue! :)

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  8. Very very cute my friend :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  9. I have decided those candy eyes are my new favorite must have! I love them. Your cookies are adorable!

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  10. I am big fan of your cookies, but these are so so cute.
    much love Misbah

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  11. I love this Sue! Quick and easy is what I need these days! Sometimes simple is the cutest anyway! And btw, I love how you style your photos!!! Beautiful!

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  12. Sue..I love these Mummy cookies as well as Mummy and her little Monsters, below. Your artistic gift never ceases to awe me. That said..I'm so sorry to hear that your Mom and sister passed away from Ovarian cancer. It's been proven that early detection is key for breast cancer since many do survive when it's detected early, but does the same hold for ovarian? I'm guessing the survival rate is not as high as it is with breast cancer, with early detection :(

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  13. Darling little pops. I wish I could make so many more cute treats like this at Halloween. Such fun! Joni

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