Cookie Flower Pot Treats for Mother’s Day

This article, Cookie Flower Pot Treat for Mother’s Day, is sponsored by Bounty.  All opinions are 100% my own.

Make a Fun and Easy Cookie Flower Pot Treats for Mother’s Day with Your Kids

Mia told me that she wanted to make something for me for Mother’s Day.  As huge cookie lovers, I told her that we should do a test run on making these cookie flower pot treats for Mother’s Day. Then, she can show her dad the ropes and they can make them together while I relax! Great idea, right? Here is how you make them.

Time: 30 Minutes

Makes Four Cookie Flower Pot Treats


  • Ice Cream Cones
  • Chocolate Pudding
  • Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches
  • Vanilla Cookie Sandwiches
  • Chocolate Candies
  • Vanilla Icing


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This gets a little messy so make sure to have your Bounty Paper Towels on hand to help quickly clean messes. It helps to have a damp one on hand too. Bounty is a more absorbent paper towel, which means the roll lasts longer and significant others won’t need to use as much to tackle the messes that come with cooking with the kids on Mother’s Day.

Make the “soil” by smashing 6 chocolate sandwich cookies in a Ziploc bag and pour it into a bowl.  Mix in two chocolate pudding cups. Pour this mixture into four “flower pots” (ice cream cones). To make the flowers, spread vanilla icing on top of a double stuffed vanilla sandwich. Insert a lollipop or popsicle stick into the cookie.  Use candied chocolates to decorate the cookie as a flower.  Insert the stick into the flower pot and serve immediately.

Although this fun recipe involves some mess, I assure you it will be a memorable one with your kids.

Making this special treat with dad for Mother’s Day is honestly a gift enough for me.  I can’t wait for them to make it together, and of course I get to reap the rewards while they clean up!

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  1. Oh my gosh Dinah, she is just adorable! Your days are numbered my friend, just put her in front of the camera! Just kidding! This is an awesome fun project to do with the kids! I love it!

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