Chocolate covered sandwich cookies lollipops

April 27, 2011

Cookie sandwich chocolate lollipop

Hello friends!

After a long Easter weekend (Monday was also holiday here in Finland) I am back to the city. “Back to the city”? Ehehe, we stayed some days in the countryside at my girls´ grandparents place. It was very relaxing and nice to see nature changing… Spring is definitely coming to this cold land.

I should have posted this before Easter but I was so busy I couldn’t. I also saved this subject for the #twitterchocolateparty (which happened yesterday) but in the end, I couldn’t make it on time. BAD ME. (#fail)

Anyways… you can use this idea for other occasions, the lollipops are very easy to make if you have all the ingredients on hand.

I made a big batch as a little Easter treat to everyone where we stayed. Since my mother-in-law has gluten intolerance, I made separate lollipops to her, using a different gluten-free cookie.

Easter lollipops

Chocolate covered sandwich cookies lollipops

adapted from here

yields 8 gluten-free lollipops and 25 normal ones

  • 1 can of dulce de leche (I used cooked condensed milk until thick consistency)
  • 1 pack of Maria biscuits (Marie biscuits). I used Kulta Marie from Kantolan
  • 400 g dark chocolate. I used Fazer dark- 47% (Fazer tumma suklaalevy)
  • hundreds and thousands sprinkles
  • sugar bunnies and sugar flowers
  • lollipop sticks or ice pop sticks
  • cellophane bags for wrapping

for the gluten-free lollies I used gluten-free round digestive cookies (Semper)

Prepare a cookie sheet with parchment paper, cellophane or foil.

Make sandwiches with two biscuits: spread the dulce de leche filling on one side, place the lollipop stick in the center and top with another biscuit. Proceed the same way with the other biscuits.

I started the process with the gluten-free ones to avoid cross-contamination but you don’t need if you are making one-kind only.

Melt and temper the chocolate. The type of chocolate I used required tempering but if you find it easier, use a confectionery chocolate (which doesn’t require tempering).

Dip each cookie sandwich and allow the excess to drip away. Place on the prepared cookie sheet and decorate with sprinkles if you like. I marked the gluten-free ones with a yellow sugar flower and the rest with a cute sugar bunny face.

Take to the fridge until firm, remove and let it “dry” outside the fridge.

I used cellophane treat bags with an Easter theme to wrap the ready lollipops and tied them with golden ribbon (for the normal ones) and purple ribbon (gluten-free ones)

Cookie sandwich chocolate lollipop

Easy peasy right? ^__^

Have a great week everyone :).



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18 Responses to “Chocolate covered sandwich cookies lollipops”

  1. Simone Izumi Says:

    Uooowwwww….super mega produção de páscoa!!!!
    um bjao
    da si

  2. How sweetly pretty! I’m thrilled that spring is starting to appear where you are…at long last. Yay!!!

  3. ChantaleP Says:

    WOWSA!! These are so perfect! I can almost taste them they’re so gorgeous looking.. Wow Lil, wow wow wow.. I’m totally taken aback at how incredibly crafty, creative and amazing you are. It’s incredible you’re not selling these, you’d have made a tidy profit!

  4. sheri Says:

    Presentation is SO perfect; I love the little sugar bunnies and the vintage-looking cellophane. Why aren’t all cookies chocolate-dipped?? This dark chocolate looks divine!
    So glad you had a wonderful family Easter, and welcome back!

  5. bobo Says:

    oh.. they are so pretty, wrapped in beautiful wrapper and ribbons.

    perfect spring gift!

  6. Laura Says:

    Ai que lindos! “Alfajores” caseiros! Adorei a idéia! A tua cara!

    Beijooooons, saudades.

  7. Xelia Says:

    Wow! Those are adorable! Thanks for the great recipe!! ;)

  8. Lia Chen Says:

    WOW! Looks totally great and so creative of you. What a nice sweet treat in the lovely packaging :)

  9. Akemi Says:

    Lily-chan, que mimos lindos e deliciosos! Nada se compara a presentes caseiros, feitos com todo carinho! Obrigada pelos comentários deixados no blog de comida japonesa! Bjss e boa semana!

  10. karaimame Says:

    Nossa Si! Um comentário seu é um elogio para mim ^_^! Obrigada (viu os coelhinhos? ;)

  11. karaimame Says:

    Yay (finally)! Thanks Jenn! :)

  12. karaimame Says:

    They are so fun to make… but I don’t think I have guts to sell them :P.
    Thank you so much for such sweet words Chantale!!

  13. karaimame Says:

    Yesh! Wouldn´t it be great if all cookies were *dark* chocolate-dipped? YUM :)
    Thank you dear, hope your weekend in LA was astonishing too ^_^.

  14. karaimame Says:

    Aw, thanks! Wish I could send some to you too ;)

  15. karaimame Says:

    Brigadooooooo! Saudades também… :/

  16. karaimame Says:

    :) Thank you for your sweet comment Xelia!

  17. karaimame Says:

    Thank you Lia dear! I am obsessed by cute packages too… >_<

  18. karaimame Says:

    Akemi-chan, obrigada pelo carinho! Ai… eu queria fazer um bolo ou algo assim, mas viajamos de trem para a casa da sogra… precisava ser algo prático.. e eu, preguiçosa, fiz os pirulitos :P!
    Beijooo querida, boa semana para ti também!

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