Monday, December 8, 2008

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

And, what’s a better way to start the season than with Christmas Cake Pops!

First up… Reindeers. Super cute.

Reindeer Cake Pops

But wait, I think they need red noses.

Reindeer Cake Pops

No, still not right.

Santa's Reindeer Pops

Okay, that’s better. One Rudolph and Santa’s eight tiny reindeer. (Okay, six.)

Now, how about some Santa Pops!

Santa Hat Cake Pops

Santa Hat Cake Pops

And, of course, things wouldn’t be complete without these…

Christmas Tree Cake Pops

Christmas Tree Cake Pops

Hope you like them. And, of course they are red velvet cake inside for Christmas.

Here’s what I used to decorate:

Heads: Chocolate Candy Melts
Antlers: ABC Pretzels I found at the World Market chain. The E, F, and Y letters work great. (If you can’t find these, just use regular or mini pretzel twists and break them in half for a pair of antlers.)
Noses: Red lemon heads, red m&ms, or anything red and round will work, brown m&ms
Eyes: Mini Confetti Sprinkles (the white ones)
Expressions: Americolor Edible Ink Pens (Black)
Paper Lollipop Sticks

Make the reindeers: Make regular cake pops using the chocolate candy melts. You can adhere the antlers while the reindeer pops are still wet or wait until they are dry and then apply a small dab of chocolate to the head to glue the antlers on. Once dry, you can also add the eyes and noses by gluing. Then using the edible ink pen, draw the mouths and dot your eyes.

Santa Hats
Hats: Red Candy Melts and White Candy Melts
Fur: white sugar crystal sprinkles
Balls: white coated expresso beans, gumballs, yogurt covered peanuts will work
Paper Lollipop Sticks

Make the Hats: Make a cone shape instead of a ball. Put in the freezer until firm. Then, holding the top part of the hat, dip the bottoms in white candy melts, insert the lollipop stick and set in a styrofoam block to dry. Once dry, dip the tops in red candy melts so that it meets where the white ends. Gently place the balls to the top of the hat while still wet. Let them dry. Then, use a toothpick to generously dab more white candy melts all around the bottom of the hat. While still wet, sprinkle the sugar crystals on.

Christmas Trees
Trees: Green Candy Melts
Stars: Jumbo Star Sprinkles
Ornaments: Rainbow chip sprinkles
Paper Lollipop Sticks

Decorate the trees: Make a cone shape instead of a ball and insert the lollipop sticks as usual. Place in the freezer until firm. Dip the entire tree in green candy melts. While still wet, you can use a toothpick to create the branches. When the trees are dry, you can also use toothpicks to apply a drop of green melted candy to the tree in the places you want the ornaments to be.

Now, if you haven’t made the regular Cake Pops before, then read this Cake Pop How-to for help.

Happy Holidays!

kelly said...

LOVE ALL THREE!! Thanks Bakerella! Ok im going to make all of these, but I also had an idea for santa balls. Thinking about the Santa belt around a red cake ball!

December 9, 2008 02:30 PM
nenu said...

Hello, this is the first time I post a comment. I love all your creations and I can’t wait to try to do them. I would really like to give them as tiny gifts, hope you don’t mind. Thank you for all your wonderful ideas and advice. You are very talented!!! :)

December 9, 2008 04:20 PM
ellecupcake said...

I love the reindeer! They are my favorite! They are all great though! I will have to try some! Happy Christmas!

December 9, 2008 04:45 PM
Pinky said...

It’s amazing how adorable a little bit of cake on a stick can be. Good job and happy holidays!

December 9, 2008 05:49 PM
Julie said...

Those Christmas pops are great! I love looking at your blog…so many creative ideas!

December 9, 2008 06:22 PM
Dana said...

Very cute hats!!

December 9, 2008 06:46 PM
La Pixie said...

you continually impress me!! amazing! I love the Santa hats best.

December 9, 2008 07:28 PM
Anonymous said...

Can you pass along any tips you migh have for me to help my edible ink as dark as yours. I made the reindeer pops today (I used wilton melting chocolate not almond bark)and I can’t get it to write on the chocolate… I have the same pens you suggest on your instructions!
Leah in Georgia

December 9, 2008 08:17 PM
Rachel Gray said...

I love the Christmas trees. :)

Bakerella, you know what I always want to see whenever you post these pictures of incredibly cute little treats? I wish for pictures of chomped-on treats with a bite missing! It’s either my destructive nature or a desire to participate vicariously in the consumption of the goodies. Sometimes you do post such pictures, like with the happy face pops. :)

December 9, 2008 10:03 PM
sharyl said...

i loooove those christmas trees!

December 9, 2008 10:32 PM
Lea said...

i just found your site today and i am in love! your stuff is AMAZING! i cant wait to read more.

December 9, 2008 11:10 PM
Wendy said...

Simply adorable!!

December 9, 2008 11:31 PM
Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life said...

I’ll take them all…too bad our kids schools don’t allow homemade goodies anymore…

December 10, 2008 12:19 AM
Aimée said...

Super cute! Can’t decide which ones I like the best, but the detailing on the trees ( the branches) is really well done.
Ho Ho Ho

December 10, 2008 02:34 AM
Tammy said...

THese are all adorable! You are so creative and a great photographer too! I just love your Blog! TFS

December 10, 2008 02:38 AM
kira said...

OMG those r ADORABLE! my favs r the xmas trees. the santa hats r soooooo cute 2! + the reindeers 2 ;) u must have lots of patience and free time to decorate and prepare all of those pops! =)

December 10, 2008 03:45 AM
Jovanna Vianney said...

wow..they all look very delicious and cute…very hard to eat after an awesome creation

December 10, 2008 04:30 AM
The Cookie Girl said...

These are just adorable! I love the Santa hats. I have not yet tried any cake pops but I think I am going to very soon. I will send you a picture when I do! :)
Thanks for sharing these!

P.S. My wish list for Santa includes a new camera. Think I will get it? :) Your pics really make me want one. Maybe I have been good enough. LOL LOL

December 10, 2008 05:24 AM
bellaluna221 said...

i have a quick QUESTION ON STORAGE: if i were bringing the tree shaped ones to a party, in what container should i put them for the travel?

December 10, 2008 05:34 AM
bakergirlcreations said...

Absolutely adorable! I wish I had your love of and skill with detail. Great post :)

December 10, 2008 06:26 AM
Jess said...

Amazing, as usual! I’ve got my mom hooked on your creations now and she will be making them with her students.

December 10, 2008 10:31 AM
Laura said...

HOLY COW!!! These are so awesome. I will have to try the hat and the tree. When dipping these yummy treats they always fall off the sticks for me (mind you I have only done it once :)) Any tips on getting the balls not to fall off the stick? I would appreciate some advice warlatATyahooDOTcom THKS!

December 10, 2008 04:13 PM
Dobrowolski Family said...

Hi Bakerella- I just made cupcake pops for the first time yesterday!!! (except no sticks, just put them in candy cups) THEY ARE AMAZING, and my new favorite dessert. Im not a huge fan of cake, but these things are to die for!! I took a tray of them into work, and everyone loved them! Thanks for all the cool ideas, keep up the creativity!!

December 10, 2008 04:41 PM
Cassi said...

Absolutely adorable! I am in love with the Christmas trees! Can’t wait to give them a try. Thanks for all of the inspiration!

December 10, 2008 04:52 PM
Meredith said...

Just found your site from a friend who made your cake balls for a party. I love it you have such great ideas. I can’t wait to start making my own cake pops.

December 10, 2008 07:36 PM
Amy said...

Seasons Greetings!! They are all so adorable! They would be perfect for my neighbors!! Thanks!! I know you have TONS of fans out here but I do have something over at my blog for you if you get a chance to come by! Thanks for all the inspiration you give us! Hugs~Amy(NY)

December 10, 2008 07:47 PM
Anonymous said...

these are all super cute… but I’m getting bored!!! its pops every week. try something new!

December 10, 2008 11:35 PM
* TONYA * said...

Wow, they are absolutely adorable. Each and every one of them. I wish I had half your talent.

December 11, 2008 02:15 AM
Bakerella said...

Erin – thanks

Lisa Smiley – you’re welcome.

suesueb – glad you like them

Anonymous – me too

kelly – sounds cute. santa bellys!

nenu – have fun

ellecupcake – thanks

Pinky – definitely

Julie – thank you

Dana – thanks

La Pixie – thanks

Anonymous – Leah, use the pens like a paint brush and gently paint on the pops. The ink flows out pretty nicely, but if you write too hard on the pop, it can get residue on the tip and make it difficult to work with.

Rachel Gray – you’re right! I need to do that more.

sharyl – thanks

Lea – thanks and welcome to the site.

Wendy – thanks

Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life = yeah, that stinks!

Aimée – Ho Ho thanks!

Tammy – thanks for saying so.

kira – a fair amount of patience, but not as much free time as would like

Jovanna Vianney – I’ve done so many that their cuteness can’t stop me from chomping.

The Cookie Girl – can’t wait.

bellaluna221 – you should wrap them in treat bags and then you could just lay them down in a casserole dish for transportation. Then display them somehow when you get to the party.

bakergirlcreations – thanks

Jess- of, how fun.

Laura – make sure that the coating completely surrounds the chocolate so that it covers where the stick is inserted into the pop. Also, you may be inserting the stick too far in. It should go almost halfway in.

Dobrowolski Family – I’m glad you love them and that they were a success.

Cassi – you’re welcome.

Meredith – You’ll have fun I hope.

Amy – I’ll stop by

Anonymous – well, actually it’s more like once a month. I guess you’re stopping by on the wrong days. (Did you see the cakes and cupcakes and brownies recently.) I’ll go ahead and warn you … there will be more. And maybe even more often. Sorry, but I’m glad you think they’re cute.

December 11, 2008 02:16 AM
Marion said...

So cute!!! The reindeers are my favorite too! Children will love them!

December 11, 2008 10:03 AM
Sunshinemom said...

How terribly cute these look!!

December 11, 2008 10:56 AM
suzanne said...

these are super cute…i was thinking of trying to make ones that look like peppermint candies. white with the red and then wrapped in cellophane…
could use a circle cutter?
anyways I love your site, keep creating and inspiring!

December 11, 2008 02:13 PM
The Baldwins said...

I made the Christmas trees and my kids loved helping. They turned out surprisingly good. Thanks for the inspiration!

December 11, 2008 07:38 PM
Julie Houghton said...

The alphabet pretzels from World Market were on sale for just over $3 for a small tub, I had to take out all the E’s, F’s, T’s, and Y’s… cause my son 2 year old just loves to eat them after shouting the letter!! I still can’t find a BLACK edible ink pen… found everyother gosh darn color.. but no black!

December 12, 2008 12:09 AM
Princess ReRe said...

Oh my, these are FABULOUS!!! Wow. I have to make an attempt. Too cute:)

December 12, 2008 12:50 AM
Pearl said...

oh my goodness! SO adorable!

December 12, 2008 01:24 AM
Carolyn Jung said...

These are BEYOND cute!

December 12, 2008 01:52 AM
Jamie said...

You amaze me. Everytime I go to your blog it gets better and better. When you do a cake with fondant do you eat the fondant or throw it away? My kids don’t seem to like the taste?

December 12, 2008 03:32 AM
Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

Those are all so adorable. I don’t know which one I would make!

December 12, 2008 04:04 AM
Maple said...

I just wanted to say that I absolutely adore your photographs. Not only do the pops look delicious, but your photographs and focus make them look even more amazing. They’re just one of the reasons that I love your blog. :) And your font choice is impressive as well.

December 12, 2008 05:10 AM
Sabryna said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.



December 12, 2008 07:41 AM
Dani said...

I’ve been waiting for this post!!! Thanks so much for the how-to’s. It’s so very much appreciated!

December 12, 2008 11:22 AM
Bruce and Monette said...

Where’s the snowman?

December 12, 2008 06:15 PM
Anonymous said...

Love it all! I’ve been looking for white nonpareils (tiny round sprinkles) for another cookie recipe. I can’t seem to find them anywhere- any suggestions?

December 12, 2008 06:40 PM
stephanie said...

These are adorable as usual! I’m sharing these on my blog today =)

December 12, 2008 07:46 PM
Anonymous said...

You have GOT to go into business baking!! Your shirts and aprons are adorable, but why not start a bakery of your own?!

Loved your appearance with Martha!


Nashville, TN

December 12, 2008 08:30 PM
Atticelf said...

What fun! Merry Christmas!

December 13, 2008 01:32 AM

I found your site via The Pioneer Woman website. You do awesome work! I am dying to make these for my son’s 3rd grade class party. I know you said Snowmen are next and was wondering if you know when you will be posting them? I am thinking they might be a little easier than the reindeer. Thanks so much for your great site!

December 13, 2008 01:34 AM
Dawn said...

WOW ~ Those are amazing!!!!
I am going to blog about them.
You deserve the attention!!

December 13, 2008 02:58 AM
Room design studio said...

Ohh I tried one of these pop cakes but this is toooo professional looking and so cute.. i will give it a shot anyway!!

December 13, 2008 10:19 AM
Snappybug Sheila said...

Hi Angie

Been following your blog for a while now. Your Christmas themed cake pops inspired me! I bought all the ingredients yesterday and searched all over this tiny island called Singapore for lollipop sticks and whaddyakno, it was ALL sold out! I wonder if everyone’s also having the same idea to make cake pops! I improvised with bamboo skewers instead.

I only found Wilton candy melt here and it works ok except I think the candy melt by Wilton is a bit too thick? Like I don’t think it’s liquidy/flowy kind. So when I tried making the smiley face one (becoz I thought that was by far the easiest!), it all turned out weird because I couldn’t get a smooth/round coating like yours. Same goes for the christmas tree, I had to use my spoon to coat it as twirling it around didn’t work. My guess is that, I didn’t have a deep enough bowl to store the candy melt (I used this really big and wide bowl), so there was no real way of dipping. But even then, the candy melt was really thick. I ended up discarding the smiley batch away (which wasn’t a lot anyway). I also notice Wilton melts don’t really harden like candy? Because I stay in such a humid country, everything just melts away after a while :\

But the Christmas tree turned out a success! I Was smiling all the way when I made my first few! Here’s the pic to share:

I made chocolate cake and vanilla frosting – a little bit too sweet :P

December 13, 2008 01:48 PM
Melissa said...

Love love love these!!

December 13, 2008 03:09 PM
Danielle said...

I just found your blog, and oh my! Such wonderful creations, and I’m getting hungry for cake!!!

December 13, 2008 04:46 PM
Amylouwho said...

You kill me with all of these cake pops! I love them all! I’m going to use one of these as my desktop wallpaper – bye bye sweet picture of my baby – here comes CAKE!!

December 14, 2008 01:06 AM
Stretchad said...

Hi Bakerella – do you think that your cake balls can be shipped easily? Will they hold up? What about your oreo truffles?

I think it’d be great to send as a gift to family members…

December 14, 2008 03:54 AM
Phoebe said...

I love the Christmas tree versions!
Another success Bakerella!

I mentioned you in my fetus-of-a-blog.
In fact, I FEATURED you!

December 14, 2008 08:48 AM
Melissa said...

Okay… I have tried and tried. How on earth do you get your chocolate so neat? Every time I make them, the covering is clumpy. Do you thin yours out?

December 14, 2008 11:34 PM
Ashley's Cakes and More! said...

Hmm I wonder if I could make these with rum balls :) they are so cute!

December 15, 2008 03:39 AM
Tasha said...

Oh my gosh….these are too cute. My fave is the santa hat.

December 15, 2008 05:57 PM
Shannon said...

Inspired by your blog, today I made Santa cake pops…


December 15, 2008 07:27 PM
Bakerella said...

Marion – and some grown ups too.

Sunshinemom – thanks

suzanne – those sound cute

The Baldwins – You are welcome!

Julie Houghton – you can get them on amazon.

Princess ReRe – thanks

Pearl – glad you like them

Carolyn Jung – thanks

Jamie – I usually nibble on a little bit of it, but mostly I just go for the buttercream underneath.

Shari@Whisk: a food blog – just do them all

Maple – thanks so much. I appreciate you saying so.

Sabryna – thanks

Dani – you’re welcome

Bruce and Monette – probably in January

Anonymous – amazon should have some.

stephanie – thanks

Anonymous – you’re sweet. thanks for saying so.

Atticelf – Merry Christmas to you too

SHILORAVINN – Probably not until January.

Dawn – Awesome

Room design studio – you can do it.

Snappybug Sheila – I’ll check out your pics. You can try to thin the chocolate out a little next time with a few drops of vegetable oil. And if they don’t harden, just stick them in the fridge. Some people even like them cold.

Melissa – thanks

Danielle – me too

Amylouwho – funny!

Stretchad – The cake balls ship fine. I package them carefully with peanuts and bubble wrap. The oreos should do fine, too, but you have the issue of the cream cheese. I don’t think you want that to get to room temp. But, you could package them with freezer packs and overnight.

Phoebe – Wow, thanks!

Melissa – sometimes I do. I use the paramount crystals. But, you can also use a few drops of vegetable oil.

Ashley’s Cakes and More! – Yep, i think so.

Tasha – thanks

Shannon – Awesome!

December 16, 2008 01:17 AM
Kahne said...

Bakerella -

I tried making these, but my cake part kept breaking – just falling off the stick when I tried to put on the chocolate.

Did I use too much icing or something?

I ended up having to completely freeze them to get them to work.

I managed to come up with a mini-solution, by making oreo truffle reindeer pops. So yummy, but a little flat headed. I’m sure the 5-year-olds won’t mind, but I’d like to try again with cake. Any suggestions?

December 16, 2008 03:57 AM
Shannon said...

You have amazing creativity! How do you come up with all this stuff? I think the santa hats or the Christmas trees are my fave. They are all so cute. Do you have a bakery or something – who eats all of the things you make?


December 16, 2008 03:36 PM
Libby said...

Love them!! My sister made the Santa hats and reindeer last weekend. And while they are nowhere near as perfect as yours, they were very cute. Pictures on my blog soon.

December 16, 2008 08:05 PM
Kismet said...

I tried the Santa hats with a room full of kids. THey loved it and they turned out adorable! Check out my blog for pics.

Thanks so much for the idea. I linked it all back to you!


December 16, 2008 10:23 PM
Bakerella said...

Kahne – I would need to know more to help.

What kind of chocolate were you using.
How were you coating/dipping them.
Did you use an entire can of frosting?
Did you get them firm (freeze them for a few minutes before you dipped them the first time?)

Shannon – no bakery. and my friends and family ususally get the goods.

Libby – That’s great. I’m sure they were cute.

Kismet – They are so cute. Hope they had lots of fun.

December 18, 2008 03:19 AM
RoSco said...

I made the reindeer and they were VERY well received! Thank you so much! I am going to try to make the trees tonight.

I have a bit of a technical question. After forming the cakeballs and sticking em, I put them in the freezer to firm up. When I coated them with the chocolate (Wilton’s CandyMelts), some of the reindeer cracked as they dried. I assume it’s because of the cold cakeballs combining with the hot chocolate. I tried using cakeballs that were room temp but they fell off into the chocolate. Do you have any suggestions?

December 18, 2008 11:41 PM
Susan said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


December 19, 2008 02:25 AM
Bakerella said...

RoSco – I think your suspcicion may be right. I would just leave them in the freezer for a few minutes. And, the chocolate doesn’t have to be hot. It will stay in a melted form for a good amount of time to work with it. Also, consider trying some other brands. Many have commented that they have trouble with the Wilton.

Susan – thanks!

December 19, 2008 07:05 AM
baesedays said...

Made the Christmas trees for the teachers at my kids school and they thought they were adorable. I didn’t make them into pops, I put a stick in and dipped them but then removed the stick and dried them without it. I didn’t have anything to put the sticks in, so made them just shaped cake balls! :) Thanks for all your inspiration.

December 19, 2008 01:03 PM
Toni said...

I have had the same problem as another commenter. My cake pops cracked and then they started leaking. It was kind of a cool effect for the halloween cake pops…red velvet cake oozing out, but not so cute for reindeer. I saw your response about trying different melts (other than Wilton). What kind do you use?

December 19, 2008 04:04 PM
Jaime said...

those are all so cute but my favorite would be the trees!

December 21, 2008 01:52 AM
Bakerella said...

baesedays – You gotta do what works. Sticks or not, I’m sure they were cute.

Toni – I use Mercken’s or candymaker Make n mold.

Also, try to balance the chocolate from being too hot and the balls from being too cold.

Jaime – Glad you like them!

December 22, 2008 05:57 AM
JessWphotography said...

Thanks so much we had a great time making Rudolph cake pops!

December 23, 2008 05:08 PM
Janine said...

I made the trees for a staff party. I added white edible glitter… it looked just like fresh snow!

December 26, 2008 03:45 PM
Bakerella said...

JessWphotography – And they are very cute, too!

Janine – Great idea!

December 28, 2008 03:36 AM
Dawn said...

Thank you for sharing your talents on the World Wide Web! I ran across your site while looking for something to make for a pirate themed party. The cake balls to me screamed CANON BALLS! So with a little decorative help from some modelling clay and your wonderful website, I ended up with this:

Thank you, happy baking, and happy new year!

December 28, 2008 05:19 PM
rachel said...

First, the christmas themed pops are ADORABLE!

Second, I want to make pig pops! Any suggestions on what to use to make these are cute as possible? How should I do the ears?? Any help or advice appreciated! LOVE your work!

January 3, 2009 01:08 PM
Bakerella said...

Dawn – thanks! you did an awesome job!

rachel – take a look at the pic in the bottom of this post. you can use pink candy melts and pink coated sunflower seeds to tranform the cow to a pig.

January 5, 2009 04:36 AM
Millie said...

ok so I made these and it was a disaster. Every time they started to get room temp. they wanted to fall apart. ahhh. how do you do it?

January 9, 2009 04:25 AM
Bakerella said...

Don’t let them get room temp because they will fall off the stick when you dip them. Just take a couple out of the freezer at a time to dip. Or if you take them all out, stick them back in when you start to see they are getting too soft to dip.

January 10, 2009 05:02 PM
carol anne said...

I love this adorable ideas! I’ve got a quick question, how do you transport them? And how far in advance can they be made without getting dry? Thank you so much for your great ideas!

October 26, 2009 01:37 PM
bakerella said...

carol anne – you can transport them in a styrofoam block. I usually wrap them in treat bags. Be super duper extra careful with the reindeer. Actually, the other two will be better for a road trip.

They’ll last for several days.

October 27, 2009 09:07 PM
Emilia said...

Hello Bakerella! I live in Sweden and here it is already snow! I want to suprise my mom for christmas and try to make something like this, they are soooooo cute. But i have a problem, I am only 13 years old and unexperienced! Even if I am not even half as good as you are I am very intrested in baking, cooking, whatever in the kitchen! But I wonder if you have any tips to give? Love Emilia
Ps. They don´t have E prezels here in Sweden :(

November 5, 2009 02:34 PM
bakerella said...

Emilia – try small pretzel twists instead.

November 5, 2009 07:20 PM
Jenny said...

Uhm.. for this do we have to eat it right away or can we eat it for the next day and how about the lollipies? can we leave it for the next day ??? PLEASE ANSWER ASAP

November 7, 2009 01:21 PM
bakerella said...

Jenny – these will last for several days

November 11, 2009 08:42 PM
Jenny(again) said...

can we stick them in a box and would it like stick together?

November 15, 2009 12:57 PM
Luz said...

Thanks Bakerella for have the detail to explain all your recipes!
You are a amazing person…no body have the talent to explain to the others how to step by step all your creations.

I lost my job this year and your ideas make to do something extra now I can have an extra money for my family…and you was my inspiration with all your delicious creations …Thanks a lot Bakerella!!!

God Bless you and your family always!
I hope that all your dreams come true because you are a great woman….thanks girl!

From Puerto Rico


November 17, 2009 09:50 PM
amy said...

never seen anything like this before..
they are soo cute!

November 18, 2009 01:35 PM
Sharla said...

These are ADORABLE!

November 18, 2009 05:41 PM
Amanda said...

I’m blown away by this creativity! Thanks for sharing:o)

November 20, 2009 04:22 PM
bakerella said...

Jenny – I put them in treat bags and tie with a ribbon if they go in a box.

November 25, 2009 06:45 PM
Mamas Cakes said...

I’ve just discovered your website Bakerella (I know, where have I been?!) These are gorgeous, just so cute. Can’t wait to try them ;-)

November 26, 2009 02:30 PM
Laura said...

Hi Bakerella – I just LOVE your site! I wasn’t
a baker until I found your site! My kids and
husband thank you! My son is turning 16 and
I wanted to make some cake pops and can’t
come up with an ideas….you know 16 and a
boy….any suggestions. Thanks! Hope you
had a great Thanksgiving!

November 29, 2009 03:53 PM
Cupcake said...

Your faq says you don’t sell these, but I have no interest in making them myself. Do you know of anyone who does sell them?


December 2, 2009 04:45 PM
Pugs & Kisses! said...

Hi Bakerella!

I made the Santa Hat cake pops last night and they were a hit! only problem I found was my candy melt mixture was not thin enough and the shape was not rounded looking… any advice or a certain brand I should use?


December 2, 2009 11:54 PM
Sue said...


December 7, 2009 04:08 AM
Debbie said...

Love your work, Bakerella!

I have made a few of these and stuck them in styrofoam in a basket. However, the pops are top heavy and, so, flipped out of the basket many times during transport. Do you anchor the styrofoam somehow or put a weight at the bottom of the basket/mug/etc?


December 7, 2009 11:15 AM
nazra said...

OH I LOVE these! U are SOOOOO super duper creative! Thanks so much for sharing! SMILES! <3

December 9, 2009 04:45 PM
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