Confetti Cookies

This is what my three year old treated to her classmates this week, together with the little crocheted owls: confetti cookies! The idea for the cookies I found at Repeat Crafter Me.

This is how you make them:

What you need:

* Cookie dough (look on the internet for a recipe, there are plenty)

* Food coloring or cocoa

* Lolliepop pieces ( put the lollipops in a little bag and break them with a hammer)

*Icing (again, look on the internet for a recipe)

* Sugar confetti

After making the cookie dough cut the cookies: round cookies, which I made with a simple glass, cookies with a cut out 3 (made with the same glass and a 3 cookie cutter) and rings (made with the same glass and a smaller glass). 

For the rings you can use some food coloring or cocoa, to give them a contrasting color. To do this knead some coloring through the dough. I used cocoa powder.

Put all cookies on a baking sheet and fill the 3’s with the little pieces of lollipops. The lolliepop pieces will melt in the oven and fill the whole three.
After baking the cookies should be looking like this:

Smear  the icing on the cookie rings and attach on the round cookies, like this:

The icing is used as glue, to stick the different cookies together.

Now fill the cookies with the sugar confetti.

Close the cookies by smearing icing on the ring and putting on the cookie with the cut out 3. 

That’s it!

And this is how it looks when cookies and owls are wrapped up in transparent foil:


  1. They look so cute and probably taste amazing! We found you via Sew Many Ways - Sew Darn Crafty linking party. Share the love <3 and check us out too.

    1. Thanks for your nice comment! Just visited your blog and I really LOVE the fascinator!!! Liz

  2. Such a cute idea, thanks for sharing!

  3. Cute idea.

    Thanks for linking to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  4. These are really cool! It is my daughter's birthday too this week, though she is a lot older than 3. :)We liked your cookies so much that you are today's Dare to Share Feature of the Day.

    1. Oops.. here is the link to your feature..

    2. Thank you very much for featuring me, Pam! I really appreciate it! Liz

  5. Just popped over from Cowgirl Up. These are just darling! Thanks for sharing such a cute idea.

    Jeanette @ Creating A Life

  6. What a fun and tasty looking cookie! Yummmm! Thank you for leaving a kind comment on my wreath project Liz. You are coming up as a no-reply blogger, so I'm thanking you here!

  7. What a cute idea! I'm so glad that you shared it on Fluster's Creative Muster Party.

    Hugs and Smiles


  8. Such a neat idea Liz! I bet they were a big hit!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  9. Hi,
    You have some great ideas and we would like for you to share with our readers too. We are hosting our first link party tomorrow and we would like to invite you to link up with us. We have a fun blog to co-host with us. Hope to see you there.

    The Busy Bee's,
    Myrna and Joye.

    1. Thank you so much for inviting me! I just linked up some of my projects. Have a great week! Liz

  10. Hey! Thanks for linking up your awesome and inspirational project in last weeks Saturday Showcase. Hope you visit us again!

    Have a good week!

  11. This looks yummy! Please share this in a new Linky Party --Weekend Kitchen Creations at Please join us, share your delicious creation, build more traffic for your blog and get other scrumptious ideas.

    1. Thanks for inviting me, Jennifer! I just linked up the cookies! Liz

  12. Wow wow wow, such a fantastic idea!! I'm sure the kids loved these funny surprising cookies!! Thanks for sharing :-)


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