Sunday, November 8, 2009

Street Party

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Sesame Street. Pop Party. This Tuesday, November 10th is the 40th Anniversary of Sesame Street. Can you believe it. 40 years and the muppet mania continues. I’ve received no less than 1,299,347 requests for Elmo Cake Pops since I started turning my pops into characters more than a year ago. Okay, I’m exaggerating a little on the number. But seriously … Elmo has been one of the most requested pops. So I decided to finally put what’s been in my head on a lollipop stick.

And it didn’t hurt that just last week I found the perfect candy for Elmo’s ping-pong-like-eyes. Actually … all of their eyes.


Solid white. Perfectly round. Perfect size. And perfect. I found them at Wal-Mart. They were in the card and party supply aisle – not in the candy aisle. I stumbled on them and grabbed a bunch of bags and in different colors, too. It never fails.… As soon as I find something I like, it will be discontinued the next time I look for it.

But don’t worry. You can also use white m&m’s, white chocolate coated espresso beans or any other similar white candy you might be lucky enough to stumble on.

To make your own Sesame Street Cake pops, follow the basic cake pop instructions and use the following tips to decorate.

Elmo Cake Pops

Elmo’s noses are simply orange jelly beans. Elmo’s mouth is made of candy melts cut in half, and his eyes are drawn on with an edible ink pen.

Red Candy Coating

To decorate all of these characters, dip them in colored candy coating first.

Elmo in progress

While the coating is wet, attach the mouth and eyes and let dry. When the attachments are dry, you can use a toothpick to drizzle on more coating.

Let me stop here and tell you. This is time consuming. I wanted them all to have the effect of a furry coat, but you can certainly try another method to speed things up. For instance, they can just be smooth and you can pipe the mouths on with black candy writers or draw them on with an edible ink pen.

Elmo in progress

But I took the long way, since this was a special occasion. You’ll need to drizzle, dab, and dot all over the cake pop. Or at least all over the front of the pop. I won’t tell. Make sure to layer the coating around the mouth. You’ll need to build up a base around the edges to make it look more realistic and less stuck on.

Cookie Monster Cake Pops

Use the same technique for Cookie Monster. His mouth is bigger than Elmo’s so I tried to shape a lip this time with the candy melts.

Oscar the Grouch Cake Pops

Oscar. Let’s talk about Oscar. After I made the first two characters, I wasn’t completely happy with the mouths, so I tried a different technique with the Grouch and I think he liked it. Instead of one candy melt attached to the front, cut the candy melt in half and use both pieces to form an open mouth. This is a little harder because you have to re-shape the cake balls to somewhat in a C-shape (if you were to look at it from the side). This is so the mouth has somewhere to sit. If you try to make the mouth on the outside of the round ball, it won’t look right. Hope that makes sense. Don’t forget to build up the green around the mouth so it looks seamless. Again… these were some work.

Also, Oscar’s eyes are different than the others. His are inset instead of sitting on top of the pop. To achieve the look, cut the candy pieces in half and attach them. When dry, use a brown candy writer or chocolate candy coating and pipe on eyebrows. His tongue is a red jumbo heart sprinkle with the point cut and rounded off.

Heart Sprinkles

Here are the candy melts and how you can cut them for each character.

Candy Melts

If you can’t find dark chocolate melts, then chocolate coins might work. You’ll have to experiment with the sizes though.

Chocolate Candy Coins

I almost used these, but I stuck with the candy melts because I didn’t have enough coins.

Now for Big Bird. I love Big Bird.

Big Bird Cake Pops

I gotta tell you, when I started making these, I had no idea how I would pull this big guy off. First, I thought yellow sugar pearls or mini yellow m&ms, but none of those looked right for his feathers. So I used sanding sugar sprinkled on top after drizzling to make him look fluffier. His eyelids are decorated with a pink and a blue edible ink pen. His beak is candy corn with the end cut off to make it easier to attach.

Candy Coating

Dip the candy corn in yellow candy melts. But only if the candy coating is thin and fluid like this. By the way, this coating is Merckens and has nothing added to make it this thin. It was heated in the microwave on med-low in 30 second intervals and stirred in between. But if your coating is too thick, you can add some paramount crystals, shortening or vegetable oil to help thin it out. And if it’s not thin, then don’t try to dip the candy corn because it will just be a big glob and not pretty on Big Bird.


Here are a few beaks. Let them dry on wax paper. Or just skip all that and give Big Bird an uncoated orange candy corn beak.

(Anybody tired yet? It’s almost too much to even read about doing. I think I need a nap.)

Cake Pop

Below, you can see what I mean with the different mouth variations.

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Aren’t they just the cutest. But something is missing. Cookie Monster is smiling, but he’s not happy. He needs cookies.

Yes. Cookies. Coooooookies!

Teeny-tiny cookies

Tiny… little … itty-bitty chocolate chip…


Sesame Street Cake Pops

There… much better!

Cookie Monster Cake Pops

Stop it. I can’t stand it. Head exploding. Cute overload.

Sesame Street Cake Pops



Here’s some of the supplies you’ll need:
Colored candy melts
Red Candy Melts
Green candy melts
Yellow candy melts
Dark Chocolate candy melts
Dark brown candy writerParamount Crystals
Edible Ink Pens
Jumbo red heart sprinkles
Yellow sanding sugar
Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gripz by Keebler)
White round candies for eyes
Orange jelly beans
Candy Corn
Basic Cake Pop Instructions

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Cookie Monster

Here you go. This is for everyone that likes it when I bite into one of these. Poor little Cookie Monster.

Now, a lot of you have sent in photos of your own Elmo Pops. I just haven’t done a great job of keeping track of them all. If you’d like to re-send, maybe I can do a little slideshow or something to show them off. Or any other Sesame Street ones you may have done.

Sesame Street Cake Pops

November 10th, 2009.
40 Years of Sesame Street and one happy day.
Kisses to you, Jim Henson.
Wish you were still with us.

devonshire said...

gosh, I must say, I don’t usually stop to comment on ppl’s blogs. But this post showed that so so so much work went into creating these little cutie pies. And your blog is one of the nicest and neatest in terms of presentation. Your photos, your graphics, and the actual content are always breathtaking.
I love doing this type of thing, but I just don’t have the time. Trying to pull off a decent bday cake for my 2 year old. But as DH reminded me, the party’s more for me than for DD. She won’t remember a thing. So what do you say, drop the cake?

November 9, 2009 02:53 AM
Danielle said...

I couldn’t even draw these characters on a piece of paper with some crayons, and you can make treats that look exactly like them. Amazing! I wish you lots of success as you are so truly creative. I see big things in your future! :) Best of luck, and thank you for all the ideas for my daughter’s future birthday parties.

November 9, 2009 03:03 AM
Annie said...

Those are so awesome!! My husband just peeked at this over my shoulder and said “I could see you doing those…”

November 9, 2009 03:07 AM
clare said...

Oh Wow! these are just tooo cute! And how spooky, its my baby son’s 1st birthday tomorrow, 10th November and guess what his name is…Oscar! Yup, he has the same name and birthday and Oscar the Grouch! Whata conincidence! I just wish i was as clever as you so I could make these for his party, need some more practice yet though.

November 9, 2009 03:16 AM
marina mott said...

So cute! You are amazing!!

November 9, 2009 03:32 AM
Na said...

I am a puppet maker, and I have to say these are the coolest cake pops I’ve ever seen! Every puppeteer I know will want to bake these for parties :)

November 9, 2009 03:32 AM
Amanda said...

why are you so amazing? there’s always something going on in that little head of yours…

November 9, 2009 03:34 AM
Wendy said...

Oh dear, I must say that these are the best cake pops you have so far – and all your creations are amazing! But these look exactly like the characters themselves – my favourite one is cookie monster :)

November 9, 2009 03:34 AM
*~kAy~* said...

These look just like them!!! So so good!

November 9, 2009 03:56 AM
Lymi said...

Awww~ So cutee~ Sesame Street was my fave cartoon when I was just a little kid :”3 And cant stop loving them!

November 9, 2009 04:05 AM
Susan the shoppe owner said...

perfection!!! when my daughter wakes up i am showing these to her asap. she will go crazy! (she’s only 18 months old, but whatever)

i am always in awe of your attention to detail. i wonder what it would be like to go shopping in a candy aisle with you! while i’d be thinking, “mmmmm… must. not. purchase. more. candy. belly. pouch. can’t. take. it…”

i think you’d be thinking, “oooooh… now those would make awesome ears for…” and so on.

hilarious :O)

p.s. thank you for figuring out big bird. his eyes look awesome!

November 9, 2009 04:06 AM
Marija said...

Pure genius! You know, I named my mi pin after tickle me elmo :)

November 9, 2009 04:31 AM
Sarah Lynn said...

Those are amazing! I would never have the patience to make them! :)

November 9, 2009 04:33 AM
Fairlie said...

My favourite creation of yours has been the coca cola Christmas bears which I have loved forever, but this has by FAR topped anything you have ever done. They are incredible! I hope someone from sesame st sees them….happy 40th sesame st!!!

November 9, 2009 04:39 AM
Not a fan of Divine Baking Diva said...

Divine Baking Diva should be banned from posting. bakerella– rock on.

November 9, 2009 04:44 AM
Jacqui said...

Breathless!! I Can’t just get enuf!!

November 9, 2009 04:47 AM
Ann said...

You never ever EVER cease to amaze me. (The good part about staying up late on Sundays to finish schoolwork is that I can check for updates on your blog!)

November 9, 2009 04:57 AM
Vanessa Tuau said...

This made me cry with it’s sweetness. Jim Henson was an amazing talent :( But I’m sure he would have loved these – beautiful work Bakerella:)

November 9, 2009 05:06 AM
Noura - Middle East said...

How Adorable :) :)
I might try this at home . Good one Bakerella :D

November 9, 2009 05:11 AM
Paulette said...

It’s a pleasure waking up at six in the morning and looking at your blog. You do have talent. Now I’m hungry for something sweet, wish I had a cookie monster pop. Yum!!!!!!!!

November 9, 2009 05:29 AM
Natalie said...

Adorable! I love, love, LOVE these and have such fond memories of growing up watching Sesame Street. What a perfect way to celebrate the street’s birthday.

November 9, 2009 05:37 AM
Jen said...

Hi Bakerella,

HELP!!!! You’re links to the Basic Cake Pop instructions don’t work. I followed it from the Sesame St. cake pop, which then led me to the Smiley face pops and then back to Sesame St. Same goes w/ the basic red velvet balls – links don’t work.

But before I forget, i love love your Sesame st creations! looks just like the real gang and you’re so clever!


November 9, 2009 06:02 AM
Nina Tarner said...

Oh my gosh they are so cute!! I may definitely have to try these sometime. It looks like a lot of work though. Do you make everything yourself or do you have others that work for you and help you out? I think I could have my niece help me out with the dipping of the pops though.

November 9, 2009 06:06 AM
Jan Johnson said...

You are a popalicious genius! I can see your future book – you are thinking of doing that aren’t you!? – next to Ree Drummond’s on the cookbook shelf. These are flat-out adorable!

November 9, 2009 06:12 AM
lizzy said...

Too cute! I love them

November 9, 2009 06:27 AM
natalie said...

omg, cute overload indeed!!! i’ve made the chocolate elmo lollipops before (just from the mold), and these will definitely be on my list to try for my niece’s 2nd birthday!!! she’s started LOVING anything elmo lately!!

November 9, 2009 06:28 AM
Lisa said...

Okay, that cookie monster is the cutest thing ever. But where’s Grover? Is Grover NOT amazing? He turns into a superhero for crying out loud! Elmo’s a hack!

November 9, 2009 06:35 AM
Natalie said...

Ahhh I love these, especially Cookie Monster!! Too cute!

November 9, 2009 06:37 AM
linda said...

not only are you so very talented but you have an enormous amount of patience!
this tribute to jim henson & this characters is fabulous!
as always your tutorials are priceless!!

November 9, 2009 06:38 AM
Kileen said...

Wow! Those are amazing! I love Sesame Street! I tried making cake pops over the weekend and they were great. Thank you for sharing with everyone.

November 9, 2009 06:41 AM
Jessica @ How Sweet It Is said...

Love the elmo one!!!

November 9, 2009 06:45 AM
sheista said...

I know I’m the 2, 795,001 to tell you this, but you are brilliant! These are great.
Thanks for the memories. I’m 41 and my babies are teenagers. Its been awhile since I’ve spent time with Elmo and the gang.

November 9, 2009 06:45 AM
ginger said...

These are way cute!! I wish my kids where younger so I could make them for a party for them.

November 9, 2009 06:45 AM
wendy said...


November 9, 2009 06:47 AM
peachkins said...

these are super duper cute!

November 9, 2009 06:51 AM
Cassiday P said...

This is the cutest thing I’ve EVER seen!! My heart just melted….so adorable. You truly are amazing.

November 9, 2009 06:55 AM
Maggie said...

These are great! I made Elmo and Cookie Monster cupcakes for my daughter’s second birthday. I used red sprinkles and blue sprinkles to simulate their furry hair. A dollap of white icing for their eyes with upside down chocolate chips for their irises, an orange m&m for Elmo’s nose and drew on their mouths. Your chocolate melt idea would look much better for their mouths. Mine turned out great and my daughter loved them! Such a cute post!

November 9, 2009 06:58 AM
Annabelle said...

Obviously one can never hear often enough how their work is appreciated. I hope your glow over all the compliments brings you much encouragement. These are just too fantastic. However my compliment today goes to you for all the time spent (not only on making and decorating the pops) putting together your site. I know just how time consuming that can be. You do the most precise presentation I’ve ever seen and I know this takes hours and hours to put together. People who don’t have blogs can’t possibly understand the time involved in doing and redoing all the photos, writings, etc.

Don’t get burned out, we all love you dearly.

November 9, 2009 07:01 AM
Renee said...

OMG, could these be any cuter… ADORABLE!

November 9, 2009 07:02 AM
Amanda Formaro said...

Amazing as usual! I’ve been seeing all sorts of Sesame Street crafts and recipes this past week, I knew yours would come eventually :)


November 9, 2009 07:05 AM
Tania said...

this is wayyyyyyy cute. i grew up with sesame street and i absolutely love the show. thank you for making the little guys look so great!

November 9, 2009 07:14 AM
karen said...

i am so impressed and hope that one day i’ll be able to do a similar one like yours. supplies are hard to find in my area boo-hoo-hoo…thus i’ll just content myself drooling over your creations! :)

November 9, 2009 07:14 AM
Sabrina said...

WOW! Genius, pure genius…

November 9, 2009 07:16 AM
Christina said...

You. Are. Awesome.

November 9, 2009 07:19 AM
Kelli said...

I LOVE THEM!!!! HOW adorable!! You are amazing!!!

November 9, 2009 07:21 AM
Sheila said...

Ok, these are AMAZING. I made my co-worker come over to my desk to check these out. I don’t have kids yet, but I can’t wait to have a kids party so that I can make these! Or maybe a grown-up kids party?!?

November 9, 2009 07:24 AM
Beth said...

Absolutely wonderful! Thinking the addition of coconut to the outer coating might give it the furry look a little quicker . Especially if making alot of these.

I just discovered your site and am loving your creativity! Thanks for sharing with us.

November 9, 2009 07:27 AM
Sherri M said...

These are absolutely AMAZING!!!! I can’t wait to try them for my 2 year old Grandson!. He already loves cake pops (thank you, Bakerella, because he now thinks I’m the best Nanny ever). When he sees these, he’s gonna flip! If he’s fussy, we sit down here at the computer and just scroll through your site and he gazes at and comments on all the cake pop pictures. It’s adorable and I thank you.

November 9, 2009 07:27 AM
Tricia said...

Amazing! Your unique-ness never ceases to amaze me!

November 9, 2009 07:28 AM
BethieofVA said...


November 9, 2009 07:29 AM
mrs.magoo said...

Oh I love them! Great job!! Nov. 10th is also the 234th Birthday of the United States Marine Corp…my father reminds me every year, seeing as he is a Marine…and it is also my birthday :) Nov. 10th is the best day of the year!! ;) Oo-rah!

November 9, 2009 07:30 AM
Heather said...

Those are ridiculously awesome!

November 9, 2009 07:30 AM
Liz said...

OMG! I almost jumped out of my chair when I saw these… they are amazing! My little boy is turning 1 and I am having a party for him on Saturday. It’s an Elmo party and I wanted to make Elmo pops so badly! Unfortunately for me I am not as talented as you! I WISH i could make these but I have so much on my plate already for saturday i won’t be able too… but i enjoyed looking at these SO MUCH! Thank you for your blog, it’s my favorite.
PS: I just showed my 2 year old the sesame street cake pops… he got VERY excited! (sesame street is a staple in my house!) I can’t tell you how sad it makes me that I can’t make them for this weekend! lol

November 9, 2009 07:50 AM
Kim said...

You have out done yourself! Your creativity is so amazing, hats off!


November 9, 2009 07:50 AM
Refaa said...

super cute

very creative

i love them

November 9, 2009 07:55 AM
Leanne said...

You are amazing and I wait – with great anticipation – to see what brilliant things you come up with week after week! I have a 6 and 2 year old who would “eat these up!” ; )

November 9, 2009 07:58 AM
michelle carter said...

I LOVE these. They have to be one of my favorite cake pops you have ever made. Funny I was thinking cookie crunch cereal for cookie monsters mouth instead of the candy melt. But I forgot all about those mini cookies. Thanks for the smile this morning.

November 9, 2009 07:59 AM
Andrea said...

HOW are you going to top this? I’m in awe – did this take you 3 days straight? Oh, and the photography! Together, THIS is why you are Bakerella!!!

November 9, 2009 08:00 AM
Jene said...

You made my day! I am not sure I can live without seeing these up close and personal. Does that mean I have to make them? Oh dear God, my day today is “Gonzo”. YUK it up on that one!
Love, love, love your Sesame Street pops, you’ve outdone ourself!
Hmmmmm…can I mail order some? I really should work today.

November 9, 2009 08:01 AM
EG said...

I literally gasped when I saw the top picture. LOVE

November 9, 2009 08:04 AM
Carey said...

Absolutely adorable!

November 9, 2009 08:07 AM
Susie Beymer said...

those are the cutest things I’ve ever seen!

November 9, 2009 08:09 AM
Cindy said...

I would definitely not have enough patience to make these … unless my three kids were gone for, like, the day.

They look awesome! It must be so hard to eat them :)

November 9, 2009 08:09 AM
Jessica Lee Binder said...

You are amazing. These pictures make me wish I had kids. seriously.

November 9, 2009 08:16 AM
Lisa said...

Sunny day – Sweepin’ the clouds away,
On my way to where the air is sweet.
Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?
Those along with your very generous and no, no one gets tired of reading you could go on for days and we would all still be reading – are amazing! Geez 40 yrs… and I am in my 40′s with a 3 & 5 yr old I have to say it was right at the end that teared me up with your kisses to Jim Henson that got me! I really hope you are saving some secret cake pops for yourself; as we are all looking forward to the day your book is published! For the love of my son and I am sure many sons/fathers/brothers out there perhaps the cast of Star Wars would make a lovely chapter! thank you!

November 9, 2009 08:25 AM
Terri A. said...

Holy Cow! I think you should send these to Sesame Street! Way too much work for me, but I love how you’ve done these!

November 9, 2009 08:25 AM
Sonia said...

Wow!!! Bakerella that is so wonderful, I am new in your blog, but I really like everything that you do. The cake pops are amazing. My girl love Elmo, she was jumping around saying: look mami (spanish word for mommy) Elmo and Cookie!!!!

November 9, 2009 08:28 AM
Alissa said...

i heart these. So cute. Ernie is still my favorite. Maybe next time you can try him and Bert.

November 9, 2009 08:28 AM
Amie M said...

This is waaay to cute, i think I might faint! :)

November 9, 2009 08:29 AM
Melanie L. said...

Sooo cute! Are the cookies “Cookie Crisp” cereal?

November 9, 2009 08:31 AM
Beth said...

These are quite possibly the cutest things I have EVER seen….oh wait…I said that about your last cake pops too! Oh well-you are the cute QUEEN!!!!!!!!!!!! The kids in my class are gonna LOVE these!

November 9, 2009 08:35 AM
Anonymous said...

Unreal!!! cutest things i’ve ever seen!!! please think about doing a workshop for locals!! My girls are going to LOVE these!

November 9, 2009 08:37 AM
Stacey said...

Those are absolutely amazing!! I can’t even imagine the number of hours you must have been doing those!! You are incredible!!

November 9, 2009 08:41 AM
Alli said...

Beautiful! I remember sixlets from when I was a kid. They would come in multicolored groups in a little plastic sleeve. So Yummy!

November 9, 2009 08:43 AM
Leta said...

Wow. I think you’ve outdone yourself this time. That looks like a ton of work, but they look fantastic! I heart Sesame Street!

November 9, 2009 08:44 AM
Cheri said...

My daughter is turning 2 next month and we’re planning a Sesame Street party – I’m just going to have to try these, they are SO cute!

November 9, 2009 08:45 AM
Kari said...

Holy Crow these are cute!

November 9, 2009 08:46 AM
Kelly Dee said...

Oscar is awesome! His eyebrows kill me!

November 9, 2009 08:47 AM
Judea Beevers said...

You have outdone yourself again. These are amazing. You never cease to amaze. Thanks again for inspiring us all.

November 9, 2009 08:48 AM
WishTrish said...

Those are just awesome!!!! I found it funny that Big Bird’s beak was candy-coated candy. Does that make you tickled, too?! ;) Happy Birthday, Sesame Street!!!

November 9, 2009 08:49 AM
Deja said...

OMG so so so so cuuuute!!! <3

November 9, 2009 08:50 AM
Paula said...

OMG those are too cute for words! I love the cookie monster!!

November 9, 2009 08:51 AM
Nikki said...

These are SOOO cute. I love each of them. You did a FABULOUS job of recreating them. They are PERFECT!!!

November 9, 2009 08:57 AM
Michelle said...

I’m speechless. These are a work of art. Amazing!

November 9, 2009 08:58 AM
Shelley said...

How adorable! What an amazing tribute to a wonderful man and timeless classic!

November 9, 2009 09:01 AM
Tiana said...

Bakerella, you really outdid yourself this time. My 4 and 2 yr old were sitting on my lap when I looked at this, and now they are begging me to make this. Though I love a good challenge, I think I will have to enlist some friends and a whole day (or girls night) just to make these. You are amazing. Well done!

November 9, 2009 09:01 AM
Jenn said...

OMG!!! These are so cute! You are a genius!

November 9, 2009 09:03 AM
Melissa said...

Please tell me you have a book in the works! I can just imagine a beautiful, glossy book filled with all of these adorable cake pops on my coffee table.

November 9, 2009 09:04 AM
msprss said...

Your ideas are the best! I wish I had the time and patience to try these. Somehow I think I would have to bite into everyone to cover my lack of decorating skills. How do you ever think of all the details?

November 9, 2009 09:06 AM
Megan D. said...

Oh my goodness. I am in awe. You are one talented lady.

November 9, 2009 09:07 AM
Laura said...

These are INCREDIBLE! Oh my goodness Bakerella, you never stop amazing me! One of these days I’m going to have the time and patience to pull off something like this. Thanks for the monday morning inspiration!

November 9, 2009 09:09 AM
RhodeyGirl said...

This look quite complicated and time consuming, but they are SO cute! I love all of them, especially Big Bird. Great work!

November 9, 2009 09:09 AM
Prudy said...

My favorite part of the post was seeing your sketches.

November 9, 2009 09:10 AM
Sunny in Savannah said...

precious! I love SS even though my kiddos don’t really…

November 9, 2009 09:10 AM
Katrina said...


November 9, 2009 09:11 AM
Elisa said...

OMG!! These are AMAZING!! I am definitely going to have to try these, especially the Cookie Monster ones. I’m planning a milk & cookies birthday party for my daughter in July, she’ll be 12, & was planning to throw in Cookie Monster into the mix. I didn’t want to make it too much of a kids party so only splashes of him & I think these would absolutely work if I could pull them off. The first ones I made were you’re cupcake pops for a friend’s daughter’s b-day & they were a hit, but then I tried the Halloween pops & those didn’t turn out well, I couldn’t get the the right consistency for the candy melts, it was a mess. But after seeing these I’m going to have to give it another shot.

November 9, 2009 09:13 AM
Maria said...

Okay, these are the cutest things I have ever seen. Amazing! My favorite pops to date.

November 9, 2009 09:13 AM
myrna said...

You. Are. Amazing! Gave me a big wide smile on a Monday morning!

November 9, 2009 09:14 AM
Shelley said...

How adorable! What a wonderful way to pay tribute to an amazing man and his timeless creations!

November 9, 2009 09:17 AM
Nichole said...

you are amazing.
and so are these cake pops.

November 9, 2009 09:18 AM
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