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.

Susan said...

OMG!!!!!!! Those are adorable! What a fantastic job!

November 16, 2009 02:50 PM
Sabrina said...

You are a genius.

November 16, 2009 06:40 PM
Ashley said...

So cute!

November 16, 2009 07:01 PM
Jenni said...

insane. certifiable! That must have taken sooooooo much time (which is why I’ll never try it!) But I can sit here, and admire the cuteness, and just hope that no one I know sees it and asks me to do it! LOL

November 16, 2009 08:14 PM
Cat said...

These are so GOOD! I have a hard time finding candies to use for the eyes and stuff here, but those sixlets are perfect! I’ll have to check my Walmart next time I’m in there. Anyway If you would like to see my Sesame street friends I made a while back feel free to stop by my page

November 16, 2009 08:35 PM
Mr. P said...

I just stumbled across your blog. This is amazing!

You are seriously clever. I am so envious of your talents. I have tried cake decorating so many times, and nothing I have achieved comes close to this!

Incredible! Bravo.

November 16, 2009 08:41 PM
Anonymous said...

You’re freakin brilliant!!!!!!!!

November 16, 2009 09:37 PM
Lollipop Events & Designs said...

What a great idea for a child’s birthday! Would be amazing to incorporate this as part of an amazing dessert bar!! The kids would be in heaven!

November 17, 2009 01:09 AM
Krystin said...

Okay, seriously…you have so much talent it just makes me sick…lol. These are incredible…and they look just like the real characters…you are truly amazing and you never cease to amaze me.

November 17, 2009 02:58 AM
sienna said...

you are a certifiable genius. i LOVE them.

November 17, 2009 12:22 PM
Michelle LeBlanc said...

Now that you’ve done my 3-year-old Goddaughter’s obsession (she loves Big Bird and affectionately calls him “Quack Quack”) please do something for my 6-year-old Goddaughter’s obsession: Hannah Montana! It would be awesome to see a Hannah Montana cake pop or cupcake or cake themed treat! I know many moms and daughters alike would thank you!

November 17, 2009 01:55 PM
Michelle said...

You are truly an inspiration! As a SAHM and PT admin freelancer, I have now found my true passion. I discovered your site about a month ago and have been making all kinds of cake pops ever since. In fact, my sister-in-law just ordered 300 for the sweet table at her upcoming wedding! Any suggestions on how to display this many, and how long can the balls (pre-dipped) be refrigerated and made (post dipped) beforehand yet still be fresh enough for a wedding? Thanks for any insight!

November 17, 2009 03:24 PM
Julie said...

I just found this website today. What an inspiration! Can’t wait to bake everything on this site. These pops are pretty cool. I’ll try to make them for my God son for his second birthday!

November 17, 2009 06:40 PM
Dana said...

YOu are so talented. I made your hamburger cupcakes they got good reviews. You have really cute ideas.

November 17, 2009 09:06 PM
Kendra said...

OMG, the cutest things I’ve ever seen!! You amaze me once again!!

November 17, 2009 10:43 PM
MissShell said...

you lady are mind blowing. they look amazing.

November 18, 2009 12:33 AM
Stephanie said...

This is sooo cute love it.

November 18, 2009 01:32 PM
amy said...

these are too cute,
& my little cousin loves elmo,
i think imma make her these..
thanks for the idea!

November 18, 2009 01:33 PM
Nicole (dishin') said...

there are so adorable! amazing job!

November 18, 2009 01:38 PM
Anonymous said...

these are super cute. well, everything you do is. but i have a quick question, everytime i go to dip a pop in the chocolate, the cake falls off the stick? what am i doing wrong? thanks.

November 19, 2009 12:18 AM
If it comes in pink said...

This is such a cute blog, this is my first visit, I love the pics:)

November 19, 2009 12:54 PM
anh said...

genius i tell you!

November 19, 2009 03:39 PM
Allegra said...

Too cute!! I can’t decide which one’s my favorite, but I love the idea of putting a miniature cookie in Cookie Monster’s mouth. They’re perfect!

November 19, 2009 05:10 PM
rachel said...

These are so good!!!
For a fur effect, you might be able to add shredded coconut to some of the icing mix? Not sure if it would work, it might be too chunky. I’ll have to try it and get back to you!

November 19, 2009 10:57 PM
aussiemarina said...

omg bakerella……………you are just amazing ! they are just the cutest ever……..i just love visiting here………puts a smile on my face every time :)

November 20, 2009 09:21 PM
Lindsey said...

These are amazing! I’m going to forward this to my sister-in-law. She’d love to make this for her students.

November 21, 2009 08:41 AM
bev silmond said...

The sixlets are available at the Galerie outlet in a wide variety of colors for only a dollar a bag! They also sell them in assorted colors by the bulk.

November 21, 2009 11:59 AM
Sarah said...


November 21, 2009 07:09 PM
Laura said...

You are so darn talented ! I love these cake pops

November 21, 2009 10:38 PM
carebear said...

So cute! You are so creative!

November 23, 2009 07:58 PM
Regin @ Margarita Bloom said...

Those are sooo adorable I can’t stand it!!! There’s always something cute and yummy going on here. Love your blog! :)

November 25, 2009 01:41 AM
bakerella said...

Chelsea – they’ve both worked about the same for me.

Ashley – they last for several days and you can store them in an airtight container or wrap them in treat bags with ribbon and keep them in styrofoam on the counter

Anonymous – read some of the comments in the cake pop posts and I think you’ll get some tips.

November 25, 2009 07:19 PM
Anonymous said...

Hey me and my mom LOVE your blog!!! I am 14 and i LOVE to bake!!! Your recipes are soooo AWSOME!!!! And….. i just wanted to say that your pictures look amazing! I want to be a photographer and a baker!!! I just have to get a REALLY nice camera first!!! I am Looking forward to learning more recipes!!

November 27, 2009 04:10 PM
Ally said...

WOOW I want <3
Really well done!

November 28, 2009 12:42 PM
baballa said...

OH MY GOD!!!! i’m in shock!! they are awsome!! incredibles!!!!
thank you bakerelaa!!!!

November 30, 2009 05:22 AM
LuAnn said...

Hi Bakerella, I have a question for you in reference to Elmo cupcakes, not pops…………(if you don’t mind answering) What would you use to make Elmo’s eyes, besides piping them with icing?? Any suggestions would be greatly appreicated!! Thank you!

November 30, 2009 10:34 AM
fatmum said...

U are creative! They are soooooo adorable!

November 30, 2009 11:10 AM
Lisa said...

i have a question! do you use jelly bellies for elmo’s nose or full sized jelly beans?? i am going out today to collect all the parts for his face : )

December 1, 2009 09:01 AM
Lisa said...

I made Elmo!! It turned out AWESOME!!! These were my first cake pops, so I read all the comments and tips, and that really helped. But, I just have one question . . . . how do you thin out the chocolate if it is too thick??? Kidding!! Thank you!!!!!

December 2, 2009 01:13 PM
Anonymous said...

Hi, i just found your website today and i’m amazed, you have an incredible talent and i can’t wait to try these out. I have a question though, in most of your recipes call for cream cheese can frosting, i don’t live in the US so it’s not easy to find thi kind of frosting, can i use any frosting? Like a chocolate frosting?

Congratulations on a wonderful page and thank you for sharing it with us!

December 3, 2009 08:06 PM
Jen said...

Absolutely amazingly adorable!!! I’ve linked:

December 3, 2009 10:25 PM
randi said...

PLEASE HELP! I couldn’t find anyone else who had this problem so i had to ask. sorry! my pops keep cracking! even up to 2 hours later, they just get a crack right through the chocolate coating. it is so frusterating and i don’t know what i am doing wrong! please advise! thanks a ton, i love your site!

December 4, 2009 05:58 PM
Miss Nightingale said...

Oh they are AMAZING.

Please accept this award I’m presenting to you for top 5 blogs I would recommend:

Enjoy! :)

December 6, 2009 08:30 PM

Hallo! I stumbled upon this wonderful post just in time for Christmas! This is really really awesome. I have to share with my friends at my blog and I did a linkback to you, if you don’t mind! – Thanks so much!

December 6, 2009 11:58 PM
Aimee said...

tried making these this morning…. OH MY GOODNESS it’s a whole lot of work!! … I added ZOE to the mix which was the most time consuming one.

You are an inspiration and I adore you blog of yummyness.


December 11, 2009 05:11 PM
Heather said...

My 4-year-old were browsing your site the other night. We attempted some Easter cake pops for Easter and they were fun and tasty but not as pretty as yours (but fun for my 4 and 7-year-olds.). Anyway, Ella really admired your Sesame Street pops and then said, “Mama, now show me the Wonder Pets ones!” Hee-hee.

December 11, 2009 08:39 PM
Jen said...

I made Elmo pops for my sons 2nd birthday a couple of months ago, I don’t know how to post the pictures. They were pretty cute , I tried icing for the nose, didn’t turn out as well as the jelly beans- good idea. Mine also looked a little furry, but that was just an accident.
They were cute & a big hit!

December 15, 2009 01:52 PM
Authman said...

hahaha these are adorable!

December 16, 2009 01:30 PM
Tyree said...

I am totally inspired. My nephew LOVES Elmo. He wakes up in the morning saying his name. LoL. I HAVE to make these for his birthday and I’m thinking I’m going to try spelling his name with them too in the same colors. If I can pull it off, I’ll send pics. You’re AWESOME!

December 28, 2009 02:26 AM
Erin said...

Wondering if you make this stuff and sell it. I could never be this creative and have it come out like this but man would my daughter be in heaven if she had some mickey mouse cake balls!

December 28, 2009 05:35 PM
robbin said...

I love these my little girl is turning 2 in feb and she loves her monsters as she calls them . Any ways i wanted to send my praise and love for these they are awesome. I was just looking for a cake ball recipie and google sent me to your website im in total aww and i will be back for sure!

December 30, 2009 04:10 PM
aimee said...

These are adorable, and cute, and gorgeous, and fun, so fun!
Would you ever consider doing Rainbow Brite or Sprite pops?

January 1, 2010 10:31 PM
darcie said...

oh. my. gosh. Here I was all set to do regular old cake pops for the first time when I stumbled upon these.
I cannot get OVER it!
sooooo cute!

January 4, 2010 08:15 PM
Jane said...

I have always been a fan of your blog, your writing, your photographs, your creativity… YOU!
My daughter looooves Sesame Street, she turns 2 in March, and I think she’d absolutely love these.
Thanks so much for being you!

January 15, 2010 09:20 PM
Cate said...

I recreated Oscar for a friend’s 40th in November and he turned out almost as awesome as yours! Your talents inspire me!

January 16, 2010 05:22 PM
aani said...

i was wondering since i dont have candy here…(yea believe me…it sucks not to have them)…but what can i use as a substitute of candy melts…please help cus i wanna make elmo and i couldnt find any candy here…will white chocolate with red colour in it work?? please help

thanks u r my hero….

January 20, 2010 08:17 AM
Mike said...

OMG!!!…This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen!!!…My son is 19 years old, but I’m still going to try to make these for him!!!

January 21, 2010 06:48 PM
petite said...

thanks so much for this. i am in awe.
cheers! – petite

January 29, 2010 12:03 AM
Andrea said...

WOW!!! You just saved my life! My sons 2nd bday is coming up and I wanted to do something different well THIS IS IT!!! THANK YOU FOR SHARING! I am practicing this weekend! Awesome!

February 3, 2010 04:13 PM
bakerella said...

LuAnn – gumballs

Lisa – I think they were regular.

randi – don’t freeze them too long. Only about 15 minutes and then transfer to fridge. and don’t roll them too tight.

February 3, 2010 11:10 PM
Camille Duckworth said...

I am making a hand made family game pack for my daughters school. They were needing raffle prizes and one of the games I”m making is just a picture block puzzle set for really young ones. I needed some generic pictures since they won’t be for anybody I know and wondered if I could use a few of your pictures of cake pops. They would make the perfect puzzle pictures for a toddler! You can email me at or comment on my blog. Thank you so much

February 6, 2010 11:22 AM
Jessica said...

I LOVE these!!! My daughter loves Elmo and I am debating on whether to do an Elmo birthday party for her or Abby Cadaby because she loves her too! How would you do an Abby Cadaby one?

February 7, 2010 05:23 PM
Anonymous said...

do you sell the lollipops?

February 10, 2010 03:52 PM
alicia anindya said...

where did you get the candy coating?
very good…!!!!
so cuteeeeee

February 10, 2010 11:46 PM
Mylinh said...

I cannot believe that these are cake balls, they are so unbelievably real!! LOVE LOVE LOVE them!! You did a fantastic job!!

February 12, 2010 07:26 PM
Margaret Martinez said...


February 17, 2010 02:37 PM
Alexandria said...

I think these are so cute! I’m planning to make them for favors for my son’s first birthday party. I’ve never made cake pops before, so I’m wondering how far in advance you can make them? They look like they would take a while to make and I would like to do a complete set for each person, so I think it will take a while! BTW, I love all of your work!

February 21, 2010 02:42 AM
Becky Bakes said...

these are adorable! you are such an inspiration!!!!!!!!!!

February 22, 2010 04:07 PM
Sue Staus said...

I love these!!! I am so going to make these for my sons 2nd birthday in May. He just loves Elmo!!!
Thank you so much!!!
Have you ever thought about publishing your ideas in the Disney FamilyFun magazine?

February 25, 2010 02:29 PM
Lorena said...

I will love this at my baby’s patty but i can’t never ever make them like you, Do youu think you can make them and sale them to me?

February 27, 2010 10:42 PM
Aliza said...

You are a baking GODESS!!!! I just stumbled across your site and can’t figure out what to try first! Thank goodness my little boy’s birthday isn’t until November, should give me time to perfect that elmo.

March 8, 2010 02:31 PM
Steph said...

OMG! you are the most creative personn…I loved those little cookies on the cookie monster mouth ..that makes him look so cute

March 8, 2010 07:00 PM
Mary said...


March 12, 2010 10:26 AM
Jo-Anne said...

I was just wondering.. Instead of using candy melts to coat these characters can you used thinly rolled fondant instead.. I realize it’s a little bit more work but hey.. I have all the time in the world..HAHA… Thanks so much..

March 14, 2010 09:47 AM
Crystal said...

I was just wondering if I don’t have the colored candy melts in my stores, can I get the white candy melts and color it w/ the wilton paste or do I have to use the wilton candy color they sell? It just seems like a small container for the candy coloring and I’m not sure if it will get as dark as these on here. Thank you!

March 17, 2010 03:09 PM
Bernice Dezelan said...

I write a food blog where I share meals I make for my 3 year old son. I am sooooo going to make these for him!! What a cute and creative idea for school or a party. Thank you!

March 23, 2010 09:31 PM
Kelli said...

These are amazing!!! If you look at Walmart during the Easter season they have yellow candy corn sometimes. just a short cut idea.

March 25, 2010 06:28 PM
Colleen said...

bakerella you rock ! I saw these and said I could never make them , and then I saw you gave explicit directions ! You are the best !

March 27, 2010 04:26 PM
Desiree said...

You made my day! I just discovered your blog a couple of days ago and I’m already addicted. Thanks!

Cooookieee.. GRHGMSMMMMMM :)

March 28, 2010 09:58 AM
star3770, Australia said...

these are awesome! i am ordering various bits over the net right now! can’t wait to get my hands dirty for my daughter’s 2nd b’day in May!
could you please tell me which brand’s dark blue candy melts you were using? the wilton’s one doesn’t seem dark enough! it’s the only colour melt link missing!
thanks heaps!

March 29, 2010 01:40 AM
Georgia said...

Hi! I saw your site a few months ago and knew that I would want to try to make these for my daughters birthday. I am getting the courage and keep reading over and over and over again what I will be doing. My question to you is, how far in advance can I make these if her party is on a Saturday? 2nd how are they stored? Do I keep them stuck in that thing and keep them uncovered in the fridge til the party?? Thanking you in advance =)

April 1, 2010 11:17 PM
Georgia said...

Also, what flavor cake mix and frosting am I using? Vanilla cake & vanilla icing??

April 1, 2010 11:19 PM
JacobFamily said...

So sorry to hear you were sick…glad you are now on the mend.
When you have time my question is the same as Georgia’s…how early can I make these…monday before a saturday party ok? Also, What ideas do you have to hold the pops and serve them? Styrafoam…in a box?
Continue to heal!

April 5, 2010 05:35 PM
misty said...

i have never seen such talent.. not only the cookies, but the pictures to display your work.. very crisp..very inviting.. I found you today while searching up crock pot recipes.. crazy I know.. now I am gonna have the cutest kid party ever!.. no more store bought cakes here.. thanks so much!

April 6, 2010 06:55 AM
carine said...

wauw, only one word: amazing:-)
I’m from Belgium and i’ve been following you for a while
it’s so amazing what u do , everything is sooooo cute!
Wish i could do them to, but some of the things they don’t sell overhere
i love sesame street but i can’t find anything on them like cupcake wrappers or anything

anyway’s keep up the good work:-)

April 6, 2010 12:52 PM
Georgia said...

Hi! I would like to make these for my daughters birthday party. My question is, can they be made in advance? Hpw long do I have before they start tasting…off? And if I make them in advance, can they be iced in advance or is that something I have to do the day of the party? Thanking you in advance =)

April 14, 2010 12:42 AM
Amie said...

Thank you for the inspiration! I made the Elmo ones for my daughter’s 1st birthday. They were a big hit!

April 14, 2010 01:04 AM
Colleen said...

Hey , I found the white candy online w/o having to buy a case ! Thought I would share with you guys :)

April 20, 2010 08:28 PM
Georgia said...

Just wanted to add that I went to a baking store in my area (store is in Cranford,NJ for whoever is close by, just google baking stores) and they sold edible eyeballs there. Real cheap and such a time saver. Gonna attempt them tonight. 10pm kids are sleeping and the night is young lolol

April 21, 2010 10:04 PM
Amanda said...

I was reading through these after spotting your Mickey’s & Minnie’s (Mouse). I thought of a way to make fur for those that didn’t want to tackle the toothpick with candy melts technique, you could food-colour coconut and sprinkle it over the cake ball dunked candy melts.

April 24, 2010 01:24 PM
Emily said...

Just found your site and I think I am in heaven! I am going to do these pops for my daughter’s 2nd birthday! She just loves Elmo and Big Bird. Thank you SO much for the wonderful art that you do!

April 27, 2010 08:09 AM
Jessica said...

I love your sesame street c ake pops, I would love to attempt to make them, but I haven’t been able to find the little white candies for the eyes! HAve you seen them anywhere else?
Thanks you have an amazing talent!!

April 27, 2010 02:04 PM
jacqueline said...

hi bakerella
i think you are sooooooooooo cute with all your mini baking yummies
i made these for my son’s 2nd birthday, i was having a hard time keeping the cake balls on the stick especially with the chocolate it was too heavy. any suggestions

May 2, 2010 08:00 PM
Jennifer said...

I am so going to try the Elmo ones for my daughter’s 2nd birthday! I wonder if these could be done as Curious George?

May 3, 2010 02:54 AM
Georgia said...

Just wanted you to know, I made these for my daughters 2nd bday party and they were DELICIOUS!! Everyone loved them! I only made the Cookie Monster & Elmo ones. They were very time comsuming (plus it was my first time) but totally worth it in the end =) I wrote in a previous post that I was concerned about making them before hand, I made them 2 days before and kept them in an airtight tupperware and then on the day of the party I stuck them in a foam block. I found eyeballs (edible) at a local baking store and didn’t used jellybeans for Elmo’s nose but orange, flower shaped sprinkles I found at the supermarket. I can’t wait to make them again in a different theme. Thank you for posting such great details, step by step on how to make these =)

May 8, 2010 11:44 PM
melissa said...

do u make them because my sons 1st birthday is coming up and i would love to order the cookie monster ones

May 11, 2010 05:49 PM
Keila said...

Hi! I love these! Do you ever do orders? Thanks!

May 16, 2010 09:41 AM
Ana said...

that is so cute i love it hope i get to use it sometime

May 17, 2010 05:53 PM
Sherri said...

Are you absolutely sure you don’t want to do an order for me?? :)
These are the cutest things I have come across, and I am doing my daughter’s first birthday party, and would need 40 Cookie monsters… I have had the most difficult time finding cookie monster things. Most everything is either Elmo or Sesame Street, but my daughter loves cookie monster, so I was sent this by a friend, and I’m wondering if there is a way to talk you into making them for me. :)

May 19, 2010 08:29 PM
Nahla said...

Hello i just saw ur video on martha steward and i am trying to do the cupcake like bites and i was wondering what kind of frosting do u mix with the cake to be able to make balls out of it
hope to get the answer soon cause my kids birthday is comming soon i really need to practice making it first
thanks anyway for the great ideas:)

May 27, 2010 09:55 AM
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