Evite.com, an online destination for digital invitations, added the cake pops I made to their Evite blog, calling them “the next big thing in mini desserts.” I was truly blown away. Thanks Evite!
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That’s great news! Congrats!
That was how I found your Awesome Blog! I love what all you’ve done. I am going to make the Cake Pops for my son’s classes for their Valentine’s Party!
This is how I found your blog, too! I can’t wait to try the cake pops!
These are super cute! thanks to evite for the GREAT link!
I love your site! I also saw the link from Evite and can already tell I’ll be a regular visitor. Everything looks so yummy and I’ll definitely be making the cake pops.
Jessica – thank you
Hi mom to munchkinz, michelle, melissa, & anonymous – welcome and thanks for letting me know how you found me.
they are adorable!! I was thinking I may need to try them too!
You are also on the Food Channel site – great, fun information.
Melissa – thanks!
Anonymous – thanks for the heads up. I’ll check it out.
i HEART the cake pops. I’m tempted to use them at my wedding (whenever that day happens) vs. traditional wedding cake. Perfect size. Even better than cupcakes!
golly gee – thanks!
I’m wondering if, in a pinch you could use doughtnut holes?
Hey, I think it’s worth a try. chocolate covered doughnuts sound good to me.
well who wouldn’t love these?
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