Make Your Own Flower Lollipops
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Make Your Own Flower Lollipops

The weather is beautiful and flowers are blooming everywhere here in Vegas so I thought I would share with you this fun recipe to make your own Flower Lollipops!  I thought these would be perfect for Spring class parties or even birthday parties.  They are easy to make and only have one ingredient, Life Savers.  I hope you enjoy making your own Flower Lollipops.

Make Your Own Flower Lollipops

Items needed:

Popsicle sticks
Life Saver candy
Baking sheet
Parchment paper

Make Your Own Flower Lollipops


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

On a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, arrange Life Saver candies into the shape of flowers.

Place Popsicle sticks on top of candies and bake for 3-5 minutes or until melted together.

* Be sure to keep a close eye of the candy to ensure it does not burn.

** If you are having problems getting the sticks to stay in place, place candy in oven for 2 minutes then place the popsicle sticks in place and continue baking.

Make Your Own Flower Lollipops


Lauren is the owner and writer for Crazy About My Baybah. She is a mom that is crazy about her family, art, photography, getting fit, Disney, and living in Las Vegas.

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  1. Oh my goodness, these are SO cute! Perfect for Spring!

  2. This is so easy and fun! I think I’m going to try it!

  3. This is such a cute idea, I had no idea that you could use lifesavers like this!

  4. How cute are those! I love how simple they are.

  5. I didn’t realize how well that work. It’s so easy too. Great idea!

  6. THOSE ARE SUPER CUTE!! and so easy!! I love this!

  7. oh hush! This is the coolest PIN I’ve seen all day! I can’t wait to do this w my girls.. WE did jolly ranches suckers but this one takes the cake! Seriously!

  8. What a cute (and easy) idea! I actually think I could do these without it being a total fail.
    These would be great for Easter baskets, or even to take to school for treats, or give to a teacher. Thanks for sharing, I am pinning this for later!

  9. That is such a fun, cute idea. I think those would be great for my sister in law’s upcoming baby shower.

  10. Those are too cute! That’s such a great idea and would make such a cute centerpiece or favor.

  11. Super cute. I love the flavor of lifesavers. This would be a cute addition on a cake, too!

  12. I never would have guesses those were lifesavers! How cute.

  13. Well, how stinking cute are these?!! I can’t wait to make these!!!! Not for any particular reason, just cause I want to. Super cute!

  14. Sooo cool! I’ve got to try this! Pinning!

  15. So adorable… I dont have any children, but I can definitely make it for myself.

  16. I never ever would have thought to do this- but it seems so simple! Now I need to come up with an occasion to make these for :)

  17. This would be a fun activity when the kids are home from spring break!

  18. This is a super cute idea! Perfect for Easter.

  19. What a super cute idea. Why didn’t I think of this?! Thanks for sharing. Thinking of making these to pass out at my daughter’s school Easter party next month.

  20. How cute is that!! Those are perfect for Easter. Thank you for sharing such a fun tip!!

  21. These are so cute! We definitely have to give these a try. I’m thinking we could use different colors for different holidays too.

  22. These are adorable! I love them. This looks like something the kids and I could do together. Great party favor or Easter treat. Pinned.

  23. What a great idea – and cute treat! I had no idea you could do that with lifesavers.

  24. This is such a creative idea! Thank you for sharing.

  25. These lollipops are so cute and easy to make. I’ll have to try it sometime with the grandkids.

  26. What a cute spring treat! I love Life Savers, so I already know these lollipops would taste good!

  27. Those are so cute!! My boys LOVE lifesavers!

  28. This is awesome! I tried making something similar before with jolly ranchers and they were so yummy. I would love to make these for Spring time.

  29. Those are just perfect thing for spring! I never imagined that making flower lollipops can be fun and easy at the same time. Thanks for sharing the idea Lolo! :)

  30. I absolutely LOVE these flower lolipops! Very creative – thanks for sharing!

  31. So cute and so simple! I don’t eat candy but I might just make these because they are so cute!

  32. How creative and so perfect for Spring!

  33. What a cute and fun idea for the kids. I know my two youngest would get a kick out of making these.

  34. Ashley M says:

    This is so cute, I never would have thought to do this. My daughter has an april birthday party.

  35. Such a cute and simple idea! I bet these taste great, and I love how customizable they are :)

  36. Cute and fun! What a great way to use Life Savers and they would look adorable in May Day Baskets!

  37. These are adorable. My little boy would love to make them. He’s still little enough to not think that flowers aren’t cool for boys.

  38. these are too cute. I love lifesavers so I know I’ll love these.

  39. I didn’t even know these could be made at home. They’re cute!

  40. Eliz Frank says:

    WoW! I’m impressed by your lollipops. I would never have imagined making them at home. ;-)

  41. I never would’ve thought to do that! How cute!!

  42. those are HUGE lollipops, you would be my girls favorite forever!! We bought some once but these are much cooler.

  43. Oh my gosh! This is so adorable! I love how simple this is and that it is so spring!

  44. What a great idea, so cute.

  45. Those are so cute. I would not have pictured that’s how they would have come out if you had not shown how they were made!

  46. Such a cute and easy idea! I think I’ll make these with the kids next week on Spring Break!

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