Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Cake Pops – Halloween Style!

In case you haven’t seen the latest and greatest cake pop craze, here is my version of Bakerella’s fabulous Halloween Pops.  They’re fun and they’re delicious.
I am definitely hooked to making these little guys !!!
I wont bother with the whole recipe since you can find that and more on Bakerella’s site.
But I will say that making the cake balls couldn’t be easier. Anything that starts with a cake mix and some ready made frosting is a winner in my book.
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And what’s even better -
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and then like this
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Armed with my candy melts, lollypop sticks and edible pen, I begin the process.
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A couple of hours later, a few lessons learned (and a few pops ingested), here is what I came up with.
Thanks Bakerella for your spot-on instructions!
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I fully intend on making the turkey cake pops for Thanksgiving, and if they turn out I’ll post them.  Since I’ll be a seasoned cake popper by then, I might try a design all my own!
I thought this looked like a mug shot
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19 comments:

  1. I tried making these once and realized they are not as easy as they look. Yours are adorable. Really, really cute. And that mug shot -- hilarious!

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  2. Oh what fun -- that mug shot is cracking me up. What a fun time you must have had.

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  3. Lovin the mummy ones. They have such personality.

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  4. I have a couple of cake ball blogs you should check out. The first one is how NOT to make them, the second is How to make them right.
    I had an me some cake ball fun! Yours look so much better than mine!
    Thanks for the fun pics I love the mug shot!! HA!
    Nancy
    funwithnancy.blogspot.com

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  5. Those are adorable! And they look like they were done by a professional, too.

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  6. Your cake pops look great! Those are fun. I agree....they do look like they were done by a professional. You've mastered the skill of making cake pops! Love the mug shot!

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  7. how cute I am going to have to give these a try!!!

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  8. In one word: W-O-W!! I am so impressed by your skills! The mummies are fantastic! The others too of course but the mummies are the coolest. Well done!

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  9. Holy shyte those look good! Great job decorating 'em. I hear they aren't as easy to make (and make 'em look good) as it might seem!

    Good job!

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  10. These are so fun! My kids would love them!

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  11. Hi there! I am your newest follower from the Friday blog hop!Lovely blog!! You can find me at www.bouffeebambini.blogsot.com

    Love this idea! might have to try it

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  12. These are great, thanks for adding them to my Halloween cupcake link party.

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  13. I luv, luv, luv these darling cake pops........however, I can not find the recipe at bakerella. any suggestions?

    Linda

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  14. I featured you today:

    http://www.houseofhepworths.com/2010/10/07/hookin-up-19/

    Thanks,
    ~Allison @ House of Hepworths

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  15. I am really going to have to try this. These are too cute!!

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