Sunday, May 31, 2009

Cheesecake Pops!

Cheesecake Pops

Okay, be honest. How many of you saw this coming? After last week’s cheesecake success, It was finally the perfect opportunity to give these little treats a try. The first time I remember seeing them was April, a year ago. I remember because I had not been home long after showing Martha how to make Cupcake Pops. I was looking at some of my favorite blogs and everywhere I looked, I started seeing chocolate covered balls on sticks. I mean everywhere. I was like, holy cow, Martha really has some heavy mojo. Then, I laughed at myself when I realized, Martha and I had nothing to do with it. The pops I was seeing were part of a Daring Bakers Challenge where tons of bloggers tackle a new dessert each month and that month they had coincidentally picked cheesecake pops inspired by the book Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey. Well, I finally saw this book a couple of weeks ago in the bookstore, and I had to immediately have it. Let me just tell you, it is a feast for your sugar-loving eyes. When I flipped through it again last weekend, I was reminded of all those beautiful cheesecake pops and it seemed only natural for me to finally give them a go.

And, it didn’t hurt any that I had half a plain jane cheesecake sitting in the refrigerator waiting to be experimented on.


I used a small ice cream scoop and scooped up as many balls as I could, trying not to scrape the graham cracker crust into it. I didn’t want it to look ugly, you know. I guess, if I was going to make these on purpose, I would bake my cheesecake in a regular 2-3″ high cake pan and not use a crust at all.

Scooped Cheesecake

I got 12 easy, from half of the cheesecake. I could have probably squeaked out a couple more, but I might have eaten a few sections of cheesecake along the way. Maybe.

I didn’t really roll these, but I did kind of shape them a little to make them more round.

Cheesecake Balls

And, then because they were lumpier than I am used to with the cake pops, I dropped each one in a small bowl filled with graham cracker crumbs and rolled it around to coat. This helped to shape them better as well.

Then, I popped them in the freezer for a few minutes to firm up. (Maybe about 20-30 min. for these.)

While they were chilling. I heated up some chocolate candy melts in the microwave (30 sec intervals, stirring in between) and got my sticks and decorations ready.


I went with teeny tiny hearts in red, white and pink. A hearts and jimmies mix in red, white pink and brown … and also just some dark chocolate that I chopped up in a mini food processor.

Note: I’m pretty sure a few of you are going to want to know where those baking cups came from. Check out

So, after the balls became firm, I dipped one end of my lollipop stick in some of the melted candy coating and then inserted it into the cheesecake ball. I immediately dunked the pop in a deep bowl of melted candy coating and then sprinkled to decorate. Each one was then placed in a styrofoam block to completely dry. Then, they went in the refrigerator to await their fate.

Note: It will really help if you use a bowl that is deep enough to completely submerge the pop in chocolate and remove in one motion. It also helps if your chocolate is on the thinner side. (You can melt a little shortening in it to thin it out some.) Once, you remove it, carefully tap the excess off while balancing the pop on the stick. You may need to rotate your hand so that gravity keeps the pop in place long enough for the chocolate to start to set around the base. Add the decorations before it sets too much also or they won’t stick to the surface. These were slightly harder to manage than the cake pops. One… they were larger and heavier because of using the scooper. Two… the cheesecake texture wasn’t as sticky as the cake pop mixture.

But… I think they turned out beautifully.

Let’s take a closer look…

Cheesecake Pops

A little closer.

Cheesecake Pops


Cheesecake Close-Up

Whoops, just couldn’t resist. YUM-O-RAMA!

So, you say you don’t want to do a balancing act to make all these on sticks. Here’s another way you can do it. And it’s easier.

Cheesecake Pops

Take your graham cracker-coated cheesecake ball and drop it in the bowl of melted candy coating.

Cheesecake Balls

Don’t stir it. Just spoon some chocolate over the top until it is covered. Then, scoop it out with a spoon and tap off some of the excess by tapping the spoon on the side of the bowl. Then, just let it slide right off onto some wax paper. Insert your stick and add any decorations. Told you this was easier. I didn’t tap these as much as I do regular cake balls because I was going for the Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey look that Jill O’Connor shows in her book.

Cheesecake Pops

Messy looks good, too, don’t you think?

If you want to make some Cheesecake Pops … you will need:

Cheesecake (Buy one if you want to get straight to the fun stuff. Shhh… I won’t tell. You can also use this recipe.)
Mini ice cream scoop
Chocolate candy melts
Lollipop sticks
Wax paper
Dark chocolate, chopped
Graham cracker crumbs
Dipping bowl
Styrofoam block


Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey if you want to feast your eyes on more messy yumminess.

You can also check the Google results for the Daring Baker’s Cheesecake Pop Challenge and see tons more versions to drool over.


mrs. vor, baker said...

OMG I think I’m in love.

June 1, 2009 05:20 AM
Dana said...

Yumm! I made these for a friend's bridal shower. I bought a big cheesecake from Costco, cut the cake in half & put it in the Kitchenaid – crust & all. Mix it up & then scoop the balls. The crumbs give it some texture. You can also add melted chocolate to the cheesecake mix to make chocolate cheesecake balls! So delicious!

June 1, 2009 12:10 PM
Coco said...

I have made the cupcake pops a couple times now and I can’t wait to try these!! Last time I made them I used the Wilton Chocolate Melting Pot and had really good luck. It just keeps the melts/bark warm so you can keep going and going!
Thanks for all the great ideas:)

June 1, 2009 12:47 PM
mythoughtsmyvoice said...

Oooohhhh I like. Aaawww bakerella, why do you have to live so far. I just want to reach through the screen and get me one of those cheesecake pops. yum yum yum! :-)


June 1, 2009 12:51 PM
Ernestina said...

They look great! I can’t wait to try these.

June 1, 2009 12:59 PM
Melissa said...

I just finished a great workout, the first in a long time. Cheesecake pops!!! Are you kidding me. Those are so beautiful. They will be in my dreams tonight.

June 1, 2009 01:27 PM
Elizabeth said...

Here’s another idea for you: I made cheesecake pops at Christmas and covered them in white chocolate, then dipped them in crushed peppermint candies. Easy, yummy, and festive! I also did some with red and green jimmies. Big hit with the family!

Keep up with your amazing creativity; I LOVE your blog!

June 1, 2009 01:30 PM
mouni said...

your cheesecake pops are so beautiful!!! congratulation!

June 1, 2009 01:38 PM
Terry said...

We have had so much fun with the Cake Pops! What a fun surprise these are going to be!! My 21 year old son will think he’s died and gone to heaven if I make these! YUM!!!

June 1, 2009 01:48 PM
lyzzie said...

Hi, I am fanatic the chesse cake is
great idea so delicius

June 1, 2009 02:13 PM
Anonymous said...

I can’t believe you are not 400 lbs!

June 1, 2009 03:09 PM
Crazy About Cakes said...

You never fail to amaze me. They look delicious!

June 1, 2009 03:21 PM
Purple Dots Cupcake said...

They are so adorable I just want to grab them and eat them right now =). Kids would love them!! Thanks for all the tips to make these cute “lollicakes” I’ll attempt to try it one day!

June 1, 2009 03:30 PM
Purple Dots Cupcake said...

They are so adorable I just want to grab them and eat them right now =). Kids would love them!! Thanks for all the tips to make these cute “lollicakes” I’ll attempt to try it one day!

June 1, 2009 03:31 PM
Rhea@mommy23monkeys said...

I love your blog! You always have the best ideas, I want to try them all. I already bought the stuff to make your cheesecake and now I have to go get some chocolate to make balls! Thanks for all the great recipes!!

June 1, 2009 03:50 PM
Lori said...

What size is that scoop?

June 1, 2009 04:11 PM
Micah said...

Oh my goodness…just when I thought life couldn’t get any better, Bakerella makes cheesecake pops! The world is a better place because of you! I can’t buy books like that, simply because I am sure I gain weight just by looking at and drooling over the pictures! Great work, as always!

June 1, 2009 04:35 PM
Cakedreamer said...

Do you think there is something else that could be used to give them shape? I was trying to think of something besides graham crackers…since I actually have cheescake and lollipop sticks and no graham crackers. Any ideas? Or could I just do it w/o and they might be a little lumpy?

June 1, 2009 05:57 PM
Teri @ Make a Whisk said...

My co-workers already think I’m a hero for your cake pops…

When I saw this post, I actually gasped. “OMG you guys, Bakerella just make CHEESEcake pops!”

I’m pretty sure they’ll be making an appearance in my kitchen soon. I just need an occasion…

June 1, 2009 05:59 PM
mrs.deane said...


Heaven on a stick!!! When I lived in Maryland, I used to order an amazing cheesecake pop lollipop tree from a yummy italian restaurant in Rockville. They had strawberry cheesecake ones, key lime pie flavored, dark chocolate… Again, HEAVEN ON A STICK. I tried making them myself by just made a big mess. I think your idea of rolling them in a bit of graham cracker dust would really help with the sticky mess I was dealing with. My mouth thanks you, Bakerella – though my tummy – the squishy part – may need to have a few words with you :O)

Hugs and cheesecake pops!

June 1, 2009 08:12 PM
Karyn said...

Oh wow! I am definitely going to have to make these! My sister LOVES cheesecake, so I think I’ll surprise her with some!!!

June 1, 2009 08:26 PM
Jaime said...

I can’t believe I didn’t see this coming!! :-) Thanks for the wonderful photos and how-to tips!

June 1, 2009 08:40 PM
Dana said...

Bakerella, you have done it again!

You never cease to amaze and delight me!

I do have a question for you… I am planning my daughter’s 2 year birthday party with an Elmo theme. I am planning on making Elmo cake pops, but I haven’t attempted the pops before. Any suggestions?

June 1, 2009 08:58 PM
Megan and Brian said...

Wow, these look heavenly!!!
I really admire the cooking and experimenting you do here, Bakerella. You have really inspired me to embrace my cooking side and try new things. I’ll be making my first batch of cake-pops this weekend for my birthday and i’m super excited about it! Thank you very much for sharing your passion with the rest of us!

June 1, 2009 09:30 PM
marn said...

Those look soooo yummy. I’m fighting the urge to lick my screen. I love cheesecake.

June 1, 2009 09:46 PM
Maybe said...

Love it !!!!

June 1, 2009 09:46 PM
Lila said...

I’ve been making cheese cake loli-pops for years and years.

June 1, 2009 09:53 PM
sparklingpinkgorilla said...

These look so gooooood! I have to make these very soon!

June 1, 2009 10:10 PM
Remi Lawrence said...

How do you serve the pops you make? I am looking to do the cheesecake ones this weekend for a graduation party…but I have no idea how to serve them! I want to serve them with the pop on the top, so they aren’t laying on a plate or other platter…any suggestions?

June 1, 2009 10:18 PM
Bettina said...

OH lordy those look gooooooood.

June 1, 2009 10:46 PM
joconnor said...

Hey Bakerella! I am a huge fan of your blog, so imagine my surprise when I saw a big, beautiful shot of cheesecake pops on your blog! Love the shout out to my book Sticky, Chewy, Messy,Gooey! Who knew sweet pops of all stripes would become so popular? I would love to send you a copy of my new book for you to test with your niece–it’s called “Sticky,Chewy,Messy,Gooey Treats for Kids” (check out the cover on the Chronicle Books website) Send me note on and I’ll send it to you when it comes out in October!
Thanks Again…

Jill O’Connor

June 1, 2009 10:58 PM
Bakerella said...

Dana – Cool. that sounds easy.

Coco – Maybe I'll invest in one of those. I'm sure I would get my money's worth.

Elizabeth – Thanks

Lori – about 1.5 inches wide

Cakedreamer – and kind of crushed cookie should work. Or even a light dusting of straight sugar.

Dana – I would read some of the comments in any of the pop posts. They answer of lot of questions.

Megan and Brian – Thanks so much for your sweet note.

Remi Lawrence – Usually in just a styrofoam block. Make sure it won't tip over though.

joconnor – I'm coming right over to say HI!

June 2, 2009 12:39 AM
Marcie said...

Now you are speaking my language! Those look absolutely sinful. Excuse me while I wipe the drool off of my keyboard! MMMMMMMMMMM!

June 2, 2009 02:03 AM
Stacie said...

I think these could really get me in trouble. So great just like everything else you make!

June 2, 2009 02:44 AM
Anonymous said...

umm….I had to clean off my computor screen cuz I lost my mind and licked the screen!! bwwahahahahha


June 2, 2009 03:19 AM
*~k~* said...

Wow! i’m not a very big fan of cheesecake but these look delicious!

June 2, 2009 04:58 AM
Saucy said...

Delish! They serve a white and cocoa brown version at the American Girl Cafe. Must try them myself…

June 2, 2009 05:06 AM
Deb said...

Ooohhh…I like this idea! Thanks!

June 2, 2009 05:10 AM
charlene said...

What a great idea – I can’t wait to try them.

June 2, 2009 11:01 AM
Tootall said...

I’ve made similar pops before, but I baked a cheesecake with no crust, then scooped it all out into a bowl and mashed it all up, put the mixture in a pastry bag and piped out little globs, then stuck a stick in, froze them and dunked in chocolate. Yours are MUCH prettier, though! =D Lovely, as always!

June 2, 2009 12:53 PM
Parker Family said...

These were yummy, mine weren’t nearly as pretty though. How do you keep them on the stick? Mine kept falling off after I dipped them. Also how do you get them totally dipped? Mine had spots on the top not covered. Thanks, this was totally yummy though! Please Let me know what I am doing wrong, so they turn out even better! I love your blog and all your ideas!

June 2, 2009 01:44 PM
Chandra said...

Bakerella, can you help me?
My son turns 2 on June 27th and I’m doing a Mickey Mouse theme. I’d love to do a mini cake and either cupcakes or cake pops(!!) featuring the mouse and his friends. I’m new to baking so don’t really know how to go about this…
Any ideas?

June 2, 2009 03:28 PM
Jessica said...

I just slobbered all over the screen.

These look beautiful, amazing, delicious, mouth-watering…


June 2, 2009 04:10 PM
jenna said...

I am anxiously awaiting to make the cupcake pops (I am hoping to make them into baby rattles for a baby shower) but I did try the cheesecake pops this week. YUMMY! An even bigger shortcut-buy the the Philadelphia brand cream cheese filling and scoop straight from the container.

June 2, 2009 05:10 PM
Joanne said...

YUM! Linking…

June 2, 2009 06:31 PM
Anonymous said...

These are awesome and the possibilities are endless! Thanks for ALL your great ideas.

And I also get a lot of ideas from the comments… too many creative cooks out there!!


June 2, 2009 09:20 PM
Julie said...

Hey! Have you seen these tall cupcakes? Soooo cute!!

June 3, 2009 12:17 AM
Seanna Lea said...

I'll have to try these the next time I want to make a portable dessert – and keep some styrofoam on hand. The last batch I made I used florist foam which was a little too messy!

June 3, 2009 10:04 AM
Rose said...

Thats one thing I really miss now that i dont eat cheese…cheesecake! The vegan ones never seem to be any where near as good :(
The pops look lovely!

June 3, 2009 12:08 PM
Patricia Linehan said...

Wow, I think I gained 5 lbs just looking at those, but it was so worth it.

June 3, 2009 12:10 PM
CheepCheepDates said...

WOW! Incredible. I finally made my first cake pops, due to burning the first batch of cupcakes. They were a hit at my husbands office. Thanks for making me look good.

June 3, 2009 02:52 PM
Atticelf said...

Those look like fun – and delish, of course.

June 3, 2009 04:26 PM
Rosa said...

Oh these are just sinful. Sinful, I say! Mmmmm.

June 3, 2009 05:08 PM
Jackie said...

Oh My!! These look absolutely delicious!!! I cannot wait to try to make these myself – thanks!

June 3, 2009 07:46 PM
CJ & LJ said...

Yummm…Made them yesterday; gone today. Used white chocolate for accent. Think I'll melt some and swirl it. I also want to try peanut butter since that's always a hit w/my kiddos and the neighborhood.

June 3, 2009 07:49 PM
Hundewanderer said...

Very creative, as usual. Can you patent those things? WOW.

June 3, 2009 11:49 PM
cottage farm villa (cottagecharm) said...

Seriously, these are just WRONG! Talk about not being able to "eat just one"!! OMG….

June 4, 2009 01:56 AM
Hannah said...

I'm sure these will be making an appearance on my blog in the near future. They look delicious!!!

June 4, 2009 02:24 AM
Robin said...

I just noticed you say "jimmies"! You must be a New Englander. Pops look great but I am just not a cheesecake fan….

June 4, 2009 07:09 AM
Mamanutt said...

I also roll up some cheesecake and roll in graham crumbs and then serve with strawberries, grilled pound cake, pretzels etc with chocolate fondue!!

June 4, 2009 02:22 PM
Heidi said...

All I can say is wow! I just found your blog somehow and I love it. I called my husband over and I am pretty sure he is expecting me to make those pops now. Yummy!

June 4, 2009 03:57 PM
Anonymous said...

Hi Bakerella! I LOVE your blog – I really look forward to reading your new posts.

I tried the cheesecake pops and they came out so good! I even tried some different variations – such as using cheesecake as a filling in candy (using the molds). I know these will be a big hit at the engagement party I'm going to this weekend! Thanks for the great idea and can't wait to see what you show us next!


June 4, 2009 05:44 PM
ThePhantomMoon said...

Thanks for sharing – they look yummy!

I hope you don't mind but I linked back to you, it's too yummy not too!

June 4, 2009 07:42 PM
Diane said...

yum! i love these! we had these at my husband's holiday work party…i couldn't get enough of them!!!

June 4, 2009 07:48 PM
Teresa Cordero Cordell said...


June 4, 2009 07:48 PM
Emily said...

Hi there! I made these last week with a friend of mine and we used Oreo crumbs and then dipped them in white chocolate. They tasted like delicious cookies and cream cheesecake! I highly recommend.

June 4, 2009 10:35 PM
hawsfam said...

Thank you for all your inspiration! I made "creepy crawly" cupcake bites for my nephews birthday party recently, to see pics, go to

June 4, 2009 11:13 PM
Tami (Pixeltrash) said...

Yeah… those would be great for my diet. My FAV thing ever is cheesecake and put them on a stick and that just makes it all the better!

I blogged about the cute cupcakes I made today. Your little Easter chicks and sheep inspired me a little.

June 5, 2009 12:02 AM
Bakerella said...

Parker Family – You probably just need to use a deeper bowl.

Chandra – Mickey pops could be symbolic. Use black candy color to tint white melts and then add some small round and black candy to the sides for the ears by glueing with some of the melted chocolate.

Jenna – I need to check that stuff out!

Julie – they look like cupcake shots. pretty cool.

hawsfam – creepy and cute!

June 5, 2009 02:42 AM
"Vanilla and Thyme" said...

What about little "ice cream" pops?
:) Or have you already made them?

June 5, 2009 03:14 AM
Rebekka said...

Gosh, I remember seeing these everywhere too last year! Yours look great!

June 5, 2009 02:26 PM
Steph said...

Not sure if I did see this coming as I might not have eaten the WHOLE cheesecake if I knew these babies were right around the corner. Off to the store I go…

June 5, 2009 02:41 PM
JackiefromTexas said... has cup cake liners that are SUPER cute FYI. : )

June 5, 2009 03:15 PM
Dana said...

Love them! Your posts are so inspiring!!

June 5, 2009 04:35 PM
JessicaDarling said...

your blog is so inspiring!
I will definitely be headed back here,

June 5, 2009 04:48 PM
Sara and the Boys said...

Hi I am new to your blog and I love it! I decided to try your cheesecake and mini cheesecake and the red velvet cake balls! They are amazing. My cheesecake did crack and I am not sure how to avoid it, but I decided to decorate it with strawberries so it looks a lot better. If you would like to see it I posted a picture of it on my blog @

June 5, 2009 07:18 PM
We Are Not Martha said...

Wow! This is definitely a to-do for my future. And they're sooo pretty… as usual of course!


June 5, 2009 08:46 PM
JessicaDarling said...


Is it possible to use those Nestle semi sweet chocolate chips instead of the Wilton melting chips?
Is the consistency any different/better?
Thanks for your help!

June 6, 2009 02:23 AM
Hillary and Cameron said...

I have been thinking about these cheesecake pops for a few days now ever since I saw this last post, and I have to admit, after making those easter egg cake pops last April, I seriously think I would rather just eat cake and eat cheesecake without dipping it in all the sweet stuff. But that's just me. You obviously are very creative in the kitchen and I have to give you credit.

June 6, 2009 03:44 AM
Mermaid Sweets said...

Nicely done, per usual. You are queen of all things pop.

June 6, 2009 05:52 AM
Millie said...

These look yummy! And I have a question and experience to share…. I was in London this past weekend and had a WONDEFUL cupcake from the Hummingbird Bakery on Portobello road….they have a cookbook that I am looking for, probably Amazon , but I was wondering what your favorite cupcake recipe was?

June 6, 2009 10:56 AM
buckeyebarrys said...

These are amazing! I wonder if I can shape these into cupcake shapes like the cake pops…has anyone tried?????

June 6, 2009 05:23 PM
FionN will be loved! said...

OMG! I'm a fan of your blog! I'm so gonna make cupcake pops for my event ;D By the way, I'm from Singapore ;D

June 7, 2009 05:24 PM
FionN will be loved! said...

OH OH! My event is a campaign called Initiative on the Move.It's about encouraging people to take the initiative to do kind acts on public transport ;D

June 7, 2009 05:26 PM
sue treschl said...

Question…. I make the pops, let them dry on parchment paper, stick in the sticks, then when I pick them up the top is flat. Yours are nice and round and decorated. How do you do that???

June 7, 2009 06:14 PM
Paola said...

Hey Bakerella! I need your help! I live in Brazil and I´m trying to make your cupcake pops recipe. I was wondering if there´s a substitute for the cream cheese frosting. I can´t find it anywhere!!

June 8, 2009 02:58 AM
Lisa said...

okay so I tried the normal cake pops, the sticks i got failed so i ended up just making cake bites. and dear god they are possibly the sweetest things i have ever eaten in my life. Is that normal? are they sposed to be disgustingly sweet? I mean, they are good, but I myself can eat…1. :p Maybe I put in too much frosting? I only used 3/4 of a can. feedback would be awesome ;)

June 8, 2009 04:23 AM
LadyO said...

Thank you! I made these this last weekend and they were a huge hit. I even took pics that were super cute!

June 8, 2009 03:23 PM
Tina said...

I ate cheesecake for lunch…yes just cheesecake…after reading this.

June 8, 2009 07:12 PM
Cara said...

those look soo delicious!! definitely will be trying those out soon!

June 8, 2009 08:50 PM
TLHarwick said...

Yum! I just made some of your YUMMY cake pops this weekend and now I am so ready to try these as well!


June 8, 2009 11:32 PM
Bakerella said...

Vanilla and Thyme – already done.

Sara and the Boys – read the suggestions in the comments to that post. There are some good ones.

JessicaDarling – You'll need to add shortening if you do.

Millie – me too. I'm still looking.

buckeyebarrys – it might be a little difficult.

sue treschi – read back through the post. they are inserted into styrofoam blocks to dry.

Paola – sure. use any flavor you like that compliments the cake

Lisa – Yes. They are sweet. maybe try other cake and frosting combinations

June 9, 2009 12:41 AM
Leah said...

This is a general cake pop question and pardon me if this has already been answered – do you have any tips on shipping cake pops? And would you recommend freezing them before shipping them? Thanks in advance!


June 9, 2009 12:46 AM
The Food Addicts said...

My girlfriend just introduced me to your website – and I'm in love! You have inspired her to make these fabulous cake pops and we're actually giving it a shot together next week!! I hope they turn out half as good as yours. I'll be posting them on my blog, so hope you can come check them out!

June 12, 2009 06:06 PM
Joel said...

Beautiful! I have two questions for you.
1) how did you manage to make them so they didnt have a flat bit from the melted chocolate coating when it sets on the tray?
2) when I made truffles i melted chocolate and dipped them in that. While they were drying a strange white texture developed on them. Any idea what it could be? Yours are so perfect!

June 13, 2009 06:01 AM
Bakerella said...

Leah – they don't have to be frozen, but I package them really well in covered in treat bags placed in pastry boxes. Those boxes placed in larger boxes with peanuts or bubble wrap.

Joel – They dried standing up. Not upside down. Place the lollipop sticks in a styrofoam block. I think that happens to chocolate that has been melted and hardened a few times. Maybe in transit before it gets to the store. Just a guess.

June 14, 2009 03:43 PM
Lisa said...

Oh my gosh – I made these for my dad's 80th birthday party this weekend and they were a HUGE success!! Everyone loved them! I was thrilled at how easy they were to make … based on the awesome directions from Bakerella! Thank you!

June 15, 2009 05:54 PM
Robyn said...

Your blog is AMAZING!! I'm definitely going to try and make these at some point in the very near future.

June 17, 2009 04:26 PM
The Thompson Family said...

This is so cute. Can you advise me on how to cordinated with a Tinkerbell theme?

June 18, 2009 04:29 AM
Miki said...

Hey Bakerella! I just made these cheesecake pops for a bake sale at work and they were a HUGE hit! Thanks for the great idea!

June 23, 2009 03:39 PM
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