Desserts on a Stick
Geode Cake Pops
These cake pops may look like they belong on a nature walk, but their rock candy crystals make them a cute and fun party dessert. Serving these sparkling treats on a stick makes them not only easier to eat, but also easier to serve at an outdoor party surrounded by nature. Who knows, maybe this cake on a stick recipe will give you the luck you need to find a real geode?
4 Ways with Waffle Pops
If you’re a die-hard breakfast lover, you need to try these waffle pops (all four!) for dessert. Whip up your waffles just as usual, but add a wooden stick and choose one of our delectable dessert variations: s’mores waffles, birthday cake waffles, PB&J waffles, and even cereal- and icing-topped waffles. No matter which one you choose, you won’t need syrup for these super sweet treats.
Football Cookie Dough Pops
These cookie dough pops are delicious on more than just game day (though your tailgate or watch party won’t be complete without the dessert on a stick!). Make these cute football desserts for a No. 1 fan’s birthday, or include them at any fall party to celebrate the arrival of football season. Don’t be tempted to substitute another recipe for the cookie dough filling—other raw cookie dough recipes may not be safe to eat without baking.
Kiwi-Strawberry Rooibos Ice Pops
Frozen fruit pops, anyone? Unlike what you might find at the store, our homemade ice pops (made with vanilla rooibos tea) are frozen with fruit slices to make them just a little more healthful. We recommend this strawberry-kiwi combo, but you can also try peach tea, strawberries, and fresh raspberries.
Apple Pie Pops
Portable pie has arrived! You can leave your pie pan on the shelf because these yummy slices-on-a-stick just need a cookie cutter to make their cute shape. If you don’t have a maple leaf cookie cutter, you can also cut these treats into circles (or any other shape you want).
We honestly didn’t think blondie bars could be improved. That is, until we dipped them in chocolate and served them like state fair food—on a stick! If you’ve always wanted to make blondies into a dressed-up party treat, a quick dunk in white or bittersweet chocolate and a handful of nuts or sprinkles is the key. Of course, serving them on a stick ups the fun factor even more than just enjoying them as finger food.
Strawberry Shortcake on a Stick
We can’t resist a cute mini dessert—especially when it’s on a stick! The layers and layers of goodness in these on-a-stick strawberry shortcakes make them even better than the classic recipe. Best of all, you can mix up these dessert skewers to add a layer depending on your favorite part. Love strawberries? Add another slice! Want extra cream? Go for it!
Boozy Mocha Pops
Yep, we even found a way to turn your morning cup of joe into a one-handed dessert. Turn cold brew coffee into a delectable treat by including a splash of creamer and a dash of vodka. To really ramp up the mocha flavor, drizzle the finished pops with melted dark chocolate and a sprinkle of chocolate chips.
Caramel Apple Cinnamon Roll Bites
Cinnamon rolls meet caramel apples. Our favorite traditional on-a-stick dessert is teaming up with a gooey brunch favorite, and the result is a mouthwatering treat we never knew we needed (but will definitely now be making all the time). Regardless of the season, we’ll be lobbying to serve this frosted treat for dessert at least once a week.
Pumpkin Pie Pops
Sometimes plain old pie slices just won’t cut it. If you want to bring a little extra fun to your holiday feast, or if you’re craving a taste of pumpkin pie outside the normal season, these mini pumpkin pie pops are definitely the answer to your dessert wishes. To make them look like mini pumpkins, just use a pumpkin-shape cookie cutter to shape the piecrusts.
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake on a Stick
Here is one cake recipe that won’t keep you in the kitchen all day. Even when it’s stacked up on a stick, this sweet treat has everything: donut hole “cake” bites, pineapple slices, a drizzle of caramel, and a cherry on top. No fork needed to dig into this upside-down cake!
DIY ice cream bars are the on-a-stick dessert we’ve been waiting for. Use layers of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream to turn the classic scoop of Neapolitan into served-on-a-stick ice cream. These pops will fit right in on a sunny day—just be sure to lick fast before they melt!
You might be surprised to learn that you can make gorgeous homemade lollipops without any special mold or kitchen equipment. We created these heart-shape treats by forming aluminum foil around a heart-shape cookie cutter, then melting our favorite candy inside the DIY mold in the oven. These heart lollipops are definitely a must-make for Valentine’s Day, but you can also use any cookie cutter in your kitchen to create lollipops in any shape you want for year-round sweetness.
There’s no dessert on a stick that’s more classic than gooey caramel apples. We will show you how to make these essential fall sweets yourself, along with ideas for dressing them up for the season. Add candy, nuts, dried fruit, or any combination of the three before the caramel sets to make an utterly irresistible autumn treat even tastier.
Watermelon Margarita Pops
This fruity dessert on a stick was created for adults only. We combined two of our favorite things, cocktails and dessert, into one in the form of these boozy watermelon margarita pops. A drizzle of tequila and a pinch of orange zest over slices of watermelon make them taste just like a margarita. Then it just takes a quick dip in your freezer to make these pops ready for a hot summer day.
Banana Crunch Pops
Healthy dessert plus a wooden stick equals these mouthwatering banana crunch pops. The combo of frozen bananas, yogurt, cinnamon, and granola is so delicious you might not believe it’s healthy, but trust us, these pops are more nutritious than most. You can even sneak one of these guilt-free treats as an afternoon snack when you’re craving something sweet.
Carrot Cake Pops
Not quite carrot cake pops and not quite cupcakes, these super-cute push pops are an ideal party finger food. Top each one off with an adorable candy carrot so the carrot cake-lovers at your party know which dessert to reach for!
Peach Melba Pie Pops
Making these pops is as easy as peach pie. If you want to simplify them even more, start with a premade pie crust and use a cookie cutter to create individual mini pies. With a gooey raspberry and peach filling on the inside and a sweet powdered sugar icing drizzled on top, everyone will be requesting the recipe for your unique pie-on-a-stick creation!
Candy Bar Donut Pop
This on-a-stick treat is as easy as it is delicious. Dip donut holes in creamy chocolate frosting, then sprinkle with pieces of your favorite candy. Add a stick, and voilà! These party treats are dressed to impress in no time flat, making them great for a last-minute dessert.