Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Cake Pops

No, I didn't make these. =(
It seems like the world likes pops. There are lollipops, cake pops, ice cream pops, corn pops, push-pops, ring pops, and Otter Pops. Why are there sooooooo many pops? Since it seems that everyone likes pops so much, I decided to make them. And now I can see why everyone is in love with pops.

The Ingredients

I did this the non-messy way with these borrowed pans, but there is a way to do it without them.

The reject corner. =(

The semi-successful corner.

I went to Starbucks the other day and realized these things cost $1.50 EACH for one bite of cake!!!
I made around 50 and they cost $6.00.

And no, I didn't make these either.
I know that  I was rather lazy with this recipe, and only quickly frosted them because I was in a rush, but there are millions of great ideas on how to frost and decorate these things, like the Angry Bird picture above. Although I must admit that I have no idea how to play Angry Birds, buuuuuut the little birds are sort of cute, so I try every once in awhile, just to see the little birds go flying into space.

 Anyway, go ahead and make the Angry Bird pops or any other idea that comes into your mind.  Cake pop decorating is limited only by your imagination. 

GB2- God Bless, Go BAKE!!!


  1. I saw your profile and amazed with the cake pops you made. You surely are talented to make these lovely ones at such a young age and also blog about it. Kudos to you and keep it going.

  2. I've never seen cake pop pans before. That's pretty nifty! I just made some Angry Bird Cupcakes, but not I may have to try cake pops as well! Thanks for the idea!

  3. Hi Gracey! I am so happy you left a comment on my blog, and I got to find your blog! You are so creative and adorable =).

    I love baking and cooking too--though I like experimenting with weird combinations of certain things, like raspberry jam on a grilled cheese sandwich and cottage cheese in my salads.

    I can't believe you're only 14, and so incredibly talented!

    I am so excited to be "following" your blog =).

    I've never baked cake pops, but I'm definitely planning on trying it out sometime soon and your post will definitely help me then.

    Have a wonderful rest of the week!



  4. I have never had cake pops nor made them before. I'm so intrigued by them but afraid I'll eat the whole recipe. Wonder if you could make these in small batches?

  5. I really need to make these for my grand kids next time they visit!

  6. $6 for 50 cake pops! You did well baking these cake pops!

    I have not baked the cake pop as round cake balls before. I usually crumble the cakes and roll them as balls with frosting.

  7. I have nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award! Stop by my blog for the details :) Have a good day!


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