White Chocolate Covered Valentine’s Cookie Bouquet Recipe

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Valentine's Cookie BouquetThey do say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.  So when your husband (or significant other) “surprises” you with a bouquet of roses for Valentine’s day wouldn’t it be nice to have a delicious Valentine’s cookie bouquet waiting for him?

Here is what you’ll need:

Oreos–Make sure you get Double Stuff Oreos otherwise you won’t be able to fit the lollipop sticks in…believe me, I know. 😉

8 oz (approx.) Almond Bark, Vanilla Coating, or White Chocolate Chips

Candy Sprinkles

8 inch Lollipop Sticks

Cherry M&Ms or Conversation Hearts

Piping Bag (If you are in a bind you can probably substitute a ziplock bag for this one. The letters just may not turn out quite as precise.)

Here is how to do it:

Decide how many cookies you want on the lollipop sticks.  This will depend on what you want to spell.  Once you’ve decided, insert the lollipop sticks, very carefully, into the cream filling.

Candy coating into a mug or a deep, but narrow dish.  If you are using Almond Bark or other candy coating melt in the microwave on 50% power for 30 second increments until completely melted.  Melting white chocolate can be a little trickier to work with. If you want to use white chocolate chips, but are not sure how to melt them, check out this article.

Once the coating is all melted, holding the lollipop stick, dip the cookie into the chocolate.  Remove and let the excess chocolate drip off for a few seconds.  Place “lollipop” onto a pan or countertop lined with wax paper.  If you choose, you can dip stick-less cookies in the chocolate too.  Simply scoop them out with a fork, letting some of the excess chocolate drip off, before placing them on the wax paper.

When the candy coating on the cookies has cooled and hardened.  Put some of the unused (melted) chocolate in a piping bag, cut of a tiny bit (size is up to you on this one) of the tip and pipe one letter per cookie.  You’ll have to do this step quickly because the chocolate will cool at the tip of the bag first, clogging it up.  If this happens, simply run the tip under hot water for a couple seconds.

Before the chocolate hardens shake some sprinkles over the letters and designs you’ve made.

Pour the M&Ms or conversation hearts in a glass cup and arrange your cookie bouquet.

Voilá! Enjoy your your beautiful Valentine’s Cookie Bouquet!



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  1. This is such a cute idea...and looks yummy! It would make a nice gift for a mom, teacher, or friend. I pinned it because I want to make one!
  2. Oh, those look so good! I love white chocolate!
    • They were really good. I'm going to have to perfect my white chocolate melting skills because I've decided that, though the vanilla coating is good, I want to do the absolute yumminess justice. White chocolate all the way next time. :)
  3. Very cute! I am gluten free not by choice.. i have an intolerance for wheat.. and I have to say I would DIE for a white chocolate covered oreo.. YUMMY!!
    • Newmans has some pretty good gluten free oreos, ya know. You could totally try this with those. Not sure if you could pull off the lollipop ones because I doubt Newmans does double stuff, but you could certainly try the dipped cookies.
  4. Thanks for the wonderful recipe! This sounds fun to do and yummy too!!!
  5. My hubby would love those made from the vanilla oreos. They look yummy and easy too!
  6. Ugh... I just want to eat some right now... lol
  7. That's a good idea. My girlfriend doesn't like flowers so that could make a nice alternative. Thanks!
  8. What an adorable idea!
  9. I just might be able to pull this off thanks to your instructions ( so detailed ) Regardless, I could eat the whole batch put together or not! Yummy!
  10. Thomas Gibson says
    I will give you my snail mail addy if you send me some. Yum Yum!!
  11. Danielle Davis/Grady says
    Those look yummy!! My kids would have a blast helping me make those!!
  12. What a great idea!
  13. These look so good!
  14. Michelle S says
    Yum! Thanks for the recipe!
  15. Sue Hull says
    OMG!! These are sooooo cute! What an awesome idea! I have to try these for the next holiday. Thanks for the YUMMY recipe!
  16. Stephanie says
    aww so cute!!
  17. Trasina McGahey says
    What a great idea for lots of other Holidays too. I'm not sure I would be able to give them away though lol!
  18. I want one of these right now! Looks so good!
  19. What a cool idea! I am going to try it
  20. Sara Zielinski says
    I will consider making this next valentine's day, it looks like a very fun treat!
  21. Drool! I just tried deep fried Oreos today for the first time this is on my list next
  22. Wow, that's a professional looking job you did on those cookies. I love Oreos!
  23. This is so cute, easy and looks very yummy! i love Valentines day :)
  24. Julie Harris says
    What a cute and easy idea for any holiday! Totally gonna try this!
  25. i had a heck of a time getting my chocolate to melt (definitely didn't know white chocolate could be difficult if melted from a bar), so hopefully my next attempt will be more successful. yours look DELICIOUS!
  26. michelle warner says
    very cute, thanks for the great ideas, im going to put them to use. awsome post thanks again