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The following is what happens when a group of very-mature girls in their mid-twenties gets together:

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Hi, my name is Fred.

Under my green exterior lies a Cookie Ball Pop.

I am 100% edible, right down to my… wait a second, where are my feet?!?!

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I smile because I have no idea what’s going on.

Y’all, I know it’s supposed to be a “feature you” post on the schedule. But I didn’t get a chance to finish writing said post because of all the fun my friends and I were having yesterday, making cookie ball pops. So instead, how about a quick tutorial post? (And I promise to have the other post up this weekend.)

How to decorate a Cookie Pop:
(So easy a caveman frog can do it.)

You will need: fondant and Cookie Ball Pops.

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Step One: Roll fondant into a circle big enough to cover the Cookie Ball Pop. (We used white fondant and colored it green with food coloring.)

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Step Two: Roll out two more circles, and attach on top. We used an icing writer for the mouth… and those are cacao nibs for the eyes!

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Now you have your very own Fred!
Be sure you’re prepared with all of his favorite foods.

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Fred likes my Mint Chocolate-Chip Milkshakes.

Oh, and flies. Lots of flies. Sadly, we ran out of time to make more than one pop. The frog had to come first; I kinda have a thing for fondant frogs. We’re planning another get-together, and pigs have been discussed. Maybe ducks too.

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Jennifer JCD says:

    Mmm… frogs… are vegans even allowed to eat frog cookie pops? Haha, of course! You’re so creative! Other animals to try: rabbits, cats, yellow chicks (healthier peeps?), monkies, or even dinosaurs. Yeah… you’re so creative I’m sure you could make giraffe and zebra pops. 😉 I look forward to seeing what your next victim… err… creation will be.

    1. I saw a comic once, where the dad said to the mom, “Please tell Junior that it’s ok for vegetarians to eat animal crackers!” :)

  2. krickit6 says:

    If Snickerdoodle Pancakes are anywhere near as good as Snickerdoodle Oatmeal, then YES! :-) Love Fred, too – super cute :-)

  3. BAHAHAHA SO DARN CUTE!!
    I could use a little friend like FRed!! but…. is it okay to eat your friends?… cuz thats very likely in this situation!
    MAKE A PENGUIN! I love how cute they are… defs wnt one as a pet

    1. Ooo me too! I used to want a monkey as a pet. But then I heard a story about a monkey who cracked a coconut on his owner’s head. Then monkeys scared me!

  4. Emily says:

    How cute! That photo of you is gorgeous girl!

    1. Awwww thank you so so much, Emily! :)

  5. how cute are those pops! this would be such a great thing for me to make and bring into my students!! they would absolutley ADORE them!! :)

  6. Hannah says:

    Thosseeee are so cute. Can you make a moose? That would be cute too, haha.

    1. Oh yeah! The antlers would be super-fun!

  7. Shannon says:

    Oh my goodness, that is amazing. I may just have to get some fondant and try making something similar myself. I think your cookie pops may just be the new cupcake. =)

  8. Hela says:

    aaaaaaaawwwwwww, how cute is that??? love it!! though I don´t think I could eat it 😀

  9. Demelza says:

    It sounds like you and your friends had a blast! I wish I could hang out with you, haha.
    I know how picky Foodgawker and other sites like it are from reading Averie’s site a while back. I think she said she submitted multiple photos of a certain recipe, and sometimes it was accepted, sometimes not (depending on which person looked at it, I guess!).
    But I’m really excited you’ve had so many photos accepted. ^^

    P.S. You should totally make the ponies from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. ;]

    1. I love My Little Ponies!!! :)

  10. This is a really fun idea for cookie pops. They look so cute!

  11. Jess says:

    These are so cute. Now I just need to figure out what fondant is…

  12. Those little froggies are adorable :)

  13. Lilly says:

    So cute, awww! Making them into various foods would be kind of cool too, like different types of fruits could be fun :) yummmm

  14. Abby says:

    Anything Snickerdoodle is the way to my heart! :)

  15. McKella says:

    You should make penguins. Everything is cute when it looks like a penguin.

  16. Aww how adorable. Those would be great for a little kid’s birthday party!

  17. KATIE, what a cute, cute idea! I’ve ever even thought to decorate my balls.

    …I mean….

    1. Oh my word, cannot stop laughing!

  18. Gen says:

    hahahaha how cute! And tasty too, I bet! 😀

  19. Alyssa says:

    Fred may be kosher for vegans to eat, but he’s just so DARN CUTE! I don’t know if I could bring myself to bite his head, lol!!!!!

  20. I’m totally down with Snickerdoodle pancakes :-). The frog is adorable. Plus, I don’t think I could ever be bored with your cookie ball pops!