I love these pumpkin cake pops. Easier to make, with fewer supplies... and easier to display than traditional pops.
These little pumpkins are just as yummy as my pumpkin cake pops, but even easier to make, store and display, because they don't have sticks!
These neapolitan ice cream cake pops turned out really good, and really pretty. Three flavors nestled into one pop!
Happy Birthday, America! Happy Barbecues, Pool Parties, Fireworks Shows, etc. to all!
Summer in our family really means just one thing... baseball.
I'm still working out the kinks on the little ballplayer heads. For now, the baseballs.
These cute, happy sunshines make me smile every time! The preschoolers who got to eat them up definitely agree.
I don't really like banana splits. But apparently I love Banana Split in all other forms... like these cake pops!
Cake Pops are, of course, awesome... but these cake "truffles" taste just as awesome, but they sound more fancy, and they go well into an Easter basket.
Sure. Basketball Cake Pops. No Problem. Dip 'em in a little orange Candy Melts... use a toothpick to give 'em a little texture... use chocolate to make the lines... No Problem.
Where's the leprechaun? These are the perfect little treat for St. Patrick's Day... even if they're not green.
I made a rainbow of cake pop colors this week... they're going along with another project that you'll see soon... but I had to share them because they're so easy to decorate! And the sprinkles cover up almost any imperfection.
I love watching football... well, college football anyway. And especially my favorite team, and alma mater, the University of Missouri.
It's so annoying. They're so pretty. You've worked so hard... and CRACK!
Get ready for some Halloween Fun! You can make all of these cake pops with a few squeeze bottles of candy melts, some candy buttons or mini M&Ms, some cookies and some Bugles snacks.
These festive pumpkin cake pops are perfect for fall. And they're not hard to make. I use my favorite pumpkin cake recipe, and cream cheese frosting.
I think one thing I hear the most when people try to make cake pops for the first time is: "I had no idea how long those things take!"
I was very excited when a woman asked me to make cake pops for a baby shower for twin baby boys. (I have twin boys... who are decidedly not babies anymore.)
This is the icing that I prefer to use with my cake pops. The only downside is that I believe it should be refrigerated, even when it's in a cake pop.
A friend recently emailed me to ask how to make the cute drizzle/swirl on the cake pops like you see here. It's really easy with the right tools.
I know, no more apples for teacher, but these apple cake pops are too cute to pass up!
They're adorable and SO good... cake pops. It takes a little practice, but you can make them!
I'm making these beach ball cake pops for a pool-side birthday party for a four-year-old.