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Baby Faces

Baby Cake Pops [1]

I made Baby Face Cake Pops for someone special today.

Her name is Jenny and she’s about to have a baby boy. Her third. She’s also giving birth to her first cookbook [2] this year, and I’m very excited for her and the whole family.

You may already know Jenny. She is the light and love behind Picky Palate [3] and she’s a cherished friend of mine.

jenny [4]

I love how blogging brings people together and I’m happy to call Jenny my friend.

And even happier to be a part of this virtual shower for her with some other friends today.

Baby Cake Pops [8]

Baby Faces.

I’ve made them before (they’re in the book), but I’ve been wanting to play around with different faces to make them better and I think these guys came out pretty cute.

These have smaller noses. Bigger smiles. Confetti sprinkle cheeks and simpler eyes. And now I wish I could update them in the book.

Candy Coatings [9]

Here are some basic cake pop instructions [10].

For these baby heads, I mixed white candy coating with a little butterscotch and peach colored candy coating. Add them in small amounts until you get a shade you like. You can also just use peach or brown with white. Whatever works for you.

Baby Boy Cake Pop [11]

The faces are easy to decorate.

Candies [12]

Candy necklace pieces, confetti sprinkles and marshmallow bits. These help make the baby faces look as cute as can be.

But I thought they needed a little something more.

So I dressed them up a little.

Baby Boy Cake Pops [13]

Baby bibs. Eeeeek! I may never be able to make baby cake pops without bibs again. So cute. And so customizable!

These are basically cake pop tags [14], but with one hole punched, placed right under the pop and curled a bit to hang down.

……And for girls, check out how Pop Star Veronika [15] made bonnets. So clever.

Then I made some more bibs … just for Jenny this time.

Paper Punch [16]

If you know Jenny, you know her little one is destined to be a cookie lover. How could he not be with all the yummy cookie creations she comes up with over at Picky Palate [17].

Baby Boy Cake Pops for Jenny [18]

Hey Jenny! Hope you like these little guys.

Baby Cake Pops [19]

These are more generic bibs I made in blue. And I made some pink ones for you guys, too.

Here’s a pdf you can download [20] if you’d like to use them.

And here’s a pdf of just the cookie bibs [21] if you’d like those.

Cake Pop Tags [22]

Just use a 1.5 inch paper punch to cut them out and then use a small hole punch at the top and you can slip them right on the sticks.

Happy Shower [23]

Ouch [24]

P.S. – Jenny, I’m sorry, but I bit your baby.


For more fun and yummy shower wishes for Jenny, visit these blogs and see what some of her other friends are cooking up today to surprise her.

Add a Pinch Blue Velvet Cake [25]

Averie Cooks Chocolate Banana and Biscoff Graham Bars [26]

Bake at 350 Cute as a Button Cupcakes [27]

Bakers Royale Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Trifles [28]

Bev Cooks Horseradish Deviled Eggs [29]

Brown Eyed BakeShrimp Nacho Bites [30]

Confessions of a Cookbook Queen Homemade Animal Crackers [31]

Cookies and Cups Oreo Pop Baby Rattles [32]

Family Fresh Cooking Blueberry Mint Agua Fresca [33]

Food For My Family Ginger Plum Preserves [34]

Heather’s Dish Perfect Pancake Bites [35]

i am baker Special Cake for a “Picky Palate” [36]

Kevin and Amanda Cinnamon Blueberry Biscoff Breakfast Cookies [37]

Lauren’s Latest Mini Chocolate Lava Cakes [38]

Panini Happy Baby Oreo Ice Cream Pies [39]

Recipe BoyChocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed Oreos [40]

Recipe Girl Oreo and Caramel Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars [41]

Sweetopia Baby Shower Cookie Favors [42]

The Little Kitchen Mixed Berry Mint Slushies [43]

TidyMom Salted Caramel Cupcakes [44]

Two Peas and Their Pod Cookies ‘n Cream Sheet Cake [45]

Whats Gaby Cooking Blueberry Buttermilk Cake [46]

Thanks Marla [47] & Amanda [48] for putting this all together!