Tulip Cookie Cups

Tulip Cookie Cups

Spring is officially here! The flowers are blooming and the the garden is sprouting! I love this time of year!

This week I decided to celebrate Spring with the kids. We decided to make these edible Tulip Cookie Cups in honor of Spring time flowers!

These Tulip Cookie Cups are delicious and really easy to make. My favorite part is the hidden surprise of Caramel! Yum!

Tulip Cookie Cups

Ingredients Needed:

1 Package of 18 oz., Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Dough
36 Caramels
1 Cup Crumbled Oreo Cookies
36 Lollipops
Green Candy Fruit Slices
Green Icing
Mini Cupcake Baking Cups

Tulip Cookie Cups

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Line a mini muffin pan with baking cups.
Shape Sugar Cookie Dough into about 1 inch balls. Press balls onto the bottoms and up the sides of the muffin cup forming a “Pot”.
Place a caramel into the center of each cookie dough pot.
Bake cookies 10-12 minutes or until edges are lightly browned.
After cookies are removed from oven, sprinkle heaping teaspoons of crumbled Oreo’s into each pot.
Carefully stick a lollipop into the center of each sugar cookie pot.
Cut Candy Fruit Slices in half to form 2 leaves.
Using icing, glue halved fruit slices in place on both sides of the lollipop to make leaves.

Tulip Cookie Cups

The Tulip Cookie Cups are much easier to make then you might thing. You don’t have to have a green thumb to get these beauties to grow!

These treats are perfect for any occasion! Spring Fling, garden party, kids birthday….whatever you make them for I am sure they will be a huge hit with the kids (and the big kids too :)).  Enjoy!

 

Tulip Cookie Cups

 

Do you have any  other ideas on what you would like to “plant” in these Cookie Cups? I would love to hear your ideas!

Comments

  1. How adorable! What a cute idea, so creative! :)

  2. Oh my! that sounds so yummy with the caramels in the center…. The pictures are delish too!!
    :)
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique
    PS this would be terrific at the party on my blog!!

  3. I saw these on wednesday whatsits and had to come by to tell you how adorable they were. Have a great day!

  4. Those are so cute. They are almost too cute to eat lol.

  5. What a fantastic idea. very creative and easy!

  6. Those are the cutest things ever! So springy and happy, and they look delicious!

  7. Amy Desrosiers says:

    These are adorable cupcakes and perfect for spring! I love the lollipop accents so much!

  8. LOVE this idea, it is so cute, my daughter would get a kick out of this!

  9. What a fun idea – very cute!

  10. OMG, Krista, these are absolutely adorable. :) Love the idea and bet they taste yummers. :)

  11. Those are just too cute! My niece would love these!

  12. Those are so stinking adorable! I love the lollipop for the tulip! What a great idea! I would possibly put ice cream in the cookie cup. :) That’s just me though. lol.

  13. How adorable! what a fun spring snack!

  14. Those are really cute! My kids love Dum Dums. What a great cupcake idea.

  15. Oh wow these are beyond adorable!!!! Such a creative and fun way to enjoy Spring!

  16. Those are not only so super-cute, they are really fun. I can totally see my kids going crazy for them and just might have to bring them to our Easter Party

  17. These are just too adorable! I know my kids would totally get a kick out of making them too!

  18. Helene Cohen Bludman says:

    How cute! Love the bright spring colors.

  19. Ah how perfect are these! Too cute. So creative! LOVE :)

  20. Awe, these are so adorable. The kindergarten class is having a spring party next week, these would be perfect – thanks!!

  21. These are totally adorable! And I love that they are simple to put together. My kind of treat!

  22. I love these! Tulips are my favorite flower, and I think you have captured how vibrant and colorful they are!

  23. This is the most cool idea and have never seen anything like it. The kids will love this.

  24. Those are just adorable! I love simple to do decorations, too.

  25. Aren’t these just the cutest? They’re so springy! I definitely need to make these for Easter.

  26. How adorable are these? I’ll bet the kids at church would LOVE these!+

  27. How totally adorable!! I would plant one right in my belly. ;)

  28. Amy Desrosiers says:

    I love this idea! My kids are gonna love these this weekend when we make some!

  29. I am so happy spring is here and I bet your little ones are too! These cupcakes would bring the happiness out in any one!

  30. Cute & easy… my sort of decorating.

  31. these are really flipping adorable. i love them. SUPER cute.

  32. Interesting! What’s the caramel like on the inside after baking? So cute for spring!

  33. Those are genius – how adorable! They look just like Tulips in a flower pot. Great job!

  34. Wow, these are so sooo adorable! I love this idea and using oreos to make dirt in the cookie cups. Total cute-ness!

  35. These are cute! They are very Dr. Suess-ish. I like them!

  36. Those are SUPER adorable and the perfect (and delicious) way to welcome Spring :)

  37. Oh, goodness, these are cute! How perfect for a spring treat, or an Easter or Mother’s Day party or tea.

  38. I just love the presentation! They are so cute!!

  39. Those are so fun! My daughter would adore them!

  40. These would be so darling to take into a classroom. Really colorful!

  41. Those are so cute and perfect for Spring!

  42. They Look So Yummy Can’t Wait To Make!

  43. Super cute, and so Simple. Love!

  44. The oreo cookie crumbs really look like dirt! These are so beautiful!

  45. Oh my gosh, these are so adorable!

  46. I love, love, love this idea and my girls will too! Thanks for sharing! xo

  47. Oh those are so cute and clever.

  48. Those are adorable!! I never thought to make something like this!!

  49. Lindsay Giedosh says:

    These are the cutest ever! I’m definitely going to make them for Easter

  50. nicole dz says:

    WOW! These are so pretty, love how simple they are. The oreo part reminds me of the dirt with gummy worms recipe. Love the ingredients. Would be fun to make with the kids.

  51. Jeanine says:

    These cookies would be perfect for a Spring Tea or Garden Party!. They look pretty simple as well- so cute!!

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