DIY Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar Cookie Bouquets

Birthdays are little reminders to enjoy something sweet and simple. I saw an episode on the RHBH where one of the housewives threw an over-the-top lavish birthday party. The crazy mad tea party was like a bad episode of Bridezilla combined with My Super Sweet 16. I do not think I will ever reach that crazy birthday madness status because I could never afford a birthday party like that. Maybe in my wildest dreams, but coming back to reality and my SAHM wallet, just the simple act of birthday love and appreciation is the best gift you share with someone.

Buying gifts for birthdays are never my favorite task to deal with either. You never know what kids like most days because there are plenty of characters that they love from tv: Dora the Explorer, Sponge Bob, Blues Clues, Caillou, and Sesame Street to just name a few. I have 6 (soon to be 7) nieces and nephews all ranging from ages 1 to 7 and sometimes it’s next to impossible to please them with the correct character. These kids are always changing their minds! Funny story, my nephews are so technological advanced that when I would call them they would ask to “Facetime” with me. At the time, I didn’t have an Iphone as I do now. Try explaining to a 4 year old and 5 year old that my phone didn’t have that “Facetime” feature was like speaking a foreign language. I was simply told “well, I only want to Facetime to talk to you, so bye!” Tough cookies for me.  So what speaks the most to kids. Cookies do. Cute birthday decorated sugar cookies make them go weak in the knees. Cookies on sticks are the best thing ever because they make the kids happy. The moment my nieces and nephews saw these cookies, their eyes lit up and I had them like butter in my hand. Who needs Sesame Street when you got cookies. I was happy enough that they let me take pictures of them with the cookies before they gobbled them up. These super cute DIY Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar Cookie Bouquets are easy to put together and kids would go crazy for them. It’s an inexpensive gift to tell them you care and love them. Make one for that special kid in your life. Sweet and simple.

DIY Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar Cookie Bouquets
Items Needed: Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar cookies Lollipop sticks or wood skewers Treat bags with ties or saran wrap Desired container like glass canning jars, small candy buckets, Chinese Takeout Favor Boxes, coffee mugs, or clay pots Shredded colored paper, Easter basket grass, or tissue paper Decorative items like cupcake wrappers, stickers, ribbons, and extra goodies Optional: Floral Styrofoam


Place the cookies on the baking sheet. Insert the lollipop sticks or wood skewers in the middle of the cookie. Bake the cookies according to the packaging directions. Allow the cookies to cool completely. Cover the cookies with treat bags and ties. Use desired container and fill it two-thirds full with the shredded color paper. Arrange the cookies inside the container. Optional, you can add the floral Styrofoam to the bottom of the container so the cookies can stick. Add the decorative elements like ribbon, stickers or additional goodies into the container.

These would be perfect as table centerpieces for birthday parties, a birthday gift (tuck in a gift card to their fave place or sneak in a toy) or fantastic as party favors for the kids.

This post is brought to you by Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar Cookies. Bake some birthday love.

Disclosure: As part of the DailyBuzz Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a stipend to taste Nestle Toll House Birthday Sugar Cookies. All opinions expressed are my own.

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