Witchy Leg Cookie Pops
Here’s a fun little idea that borrowed from the 2012 Wilton Yearbook.
Since this isn’t really a new or original idea, I’m going to keep the details to a minimum. Basically I baked witch boot cookies and decorated them. If you’re in the market for a witch boot cutter, try this one. It’s my fave.
Once the cookies are decorated and dry, use royal icing to “glue” a pretty paper straw to the cookie. That’s pretty much the only difference between mine and Wilton’s version, which used red and white peppermint sticks.
You could always make these as cookie pops then cover the sicks with straws as Lisa, The Bearfoot Baker showed us in this post, but I usually lean toward attaching them after the fact. Do whatever works best for you!
Depending on how these are decorated they can range from cute to wicked!!!
This idea would also work wonderfully for themes such as The Wizard of Oz.
If you need fancy schmancy paper straws, you can order them from Smidge and Pinch by clicking here.
If you like these cookies, you may also want to check out these ideas:
Thanks Wilton, for inspiring yet another cookie idea!
So cute and creative! I love the colors and the pretty lace details.
Very cute 🙂
So adorable, Callye! I love the added interest you created with the details on the socks. I’ve been wanting some fancy schmancy straws for awhile… thanks for the link!
Love the cookies, they are just wondeful, and the pumpkins in the background too! WIsh you had included the details on how to decorate them tho 🙁 but wonderful design as always!
T-total cuteness, Callye! Love these!!!
Well, these are just about the most adorable cookies ever!!
This is such a great idea. We don’t really celebrate Halloween in South Africa but I can see other uses for the idea. I quite like the idea of sticking the straws the other way (e.g. onto the bottom of ghosts, goblins, witches etc) and having a cookie pop puppet theatre ;).
You are amazing. I want to be you when I grow up, Callye!
Very cute! I love that you can customize it to be anything from cute and sweet to even a little naughty! 😉
I love how you get the black color in your icing….
Never thought witches shoes could be so cute 😉
So stinking cute!
I LOVE these!! So cute and creative.
I also prefer attaching sticks to cookies later…I’ve had sticks break off when they are baked inside.
I LOVE!! They remind me of Mary Poppins’ shoes 🙂
I LOOOOOOOVE it!!!
These are so darling! They remind me of Mary Poppins’ shoes too, which is a good thing!
they are so adorable, I just LOVE them!
You continue to amaze me with your creative and striking designs. Thank you for sharing your talents. What type of icing did you use for the jack-o-lantern facial features?
I used black 20-second icing for his little face 🙂
Thanks, I think the design on those in the background of the witches shoes may be easier for me to tackle than the sectioned “Jack-o Lanterns” from last year.
I love these!! Not only are the super cute witch shoes…..and she’s clearly a friendly witch….but they remind me of my husband’s favorite movie! No, not The Wizard of Oz……Mary Poppins! Don’t tell him I told you!
Oh Callye, these are super cute! Any witch would be ready for Halloween with these cute boots! The green stripped legs are perfect!
These are just as cute as can be! Who wouldn’t love them!!
very pretty and fun
I love them, I think they are super cute.
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Oh, please do these up Dorothy red ruby style! Gorgeous as always, Sweet Sugarbelle!
i thought the straws were pixie sticks! maybe those could be stuck on the back for an extra treat? too cute!
It is official! You rock! Look at how cute these are and those straws are the perfect accent to your wonderful design! Once again, another fab Callye idea!
I cannot get over how CUUUUTE these are!!! Oh my gosh!
So darned cute!!!
I order this set of cutters based upon your cute witchy leg cookies!
Wish me luck as I try to duplicate your success (I’ll need it!)
Where do you find your decorative straws for the cookie pops?
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Hi! Which cookie cutter did you use? Where can I buy this cutter? thanks