Burgers and Bees

Bzzzzzzzz. Bees first. I did these a while back. They were some of my first attempts at turning cake pops into little creatures. Since doing them, I’ve seen other variations shared by readers that are pretty darn cute, too. Some with smaller wings using jumbo white heart sprinkles that I think are just darling. I’ll try to post some of them in the Pop Stars section in the future. But until then, I hope these spark some ideas for you.

Bee Cake Pops

Follow the instructions for making basic cake pops, shaping the balls into ovals and use the following to decorate.

You’ll need:

Yellow candy melts

White candy melts

Black candy writers

Black edible ink pen

Chocolate jimmies

Lollipop sticks

Styrofoam block


You can prepare the wings ahead of time. Use a round cutter to cut away a small section from each white candy melt. You want the curve to be similar in shape to the side of the cake pop so you can attach it without much of a gap.

Dip the pops in yellow coating. When dry, use a black candy writer to pipe on stripes and then dip the wings, cut side down into a tiny bit of leftover yellow coating. Then carefully attached it to the cake pop, holding the wings in place until the coating sets. Place in a styrofoam block to dry.

This step would have been easier if I had thought about those jumbo heart sprinkles back then instead of the melts. Plus, it makes the bees look a little cuddlier… if bees can look cuddly.

When the pops are dry, draw on cute little faces with a black edible ink pen.

Now for the Hamburgers.

Are you ready?

Burger Bites

Burger bites, baby!

Candy  Melts

To decorate these you just need:

Dark chocolate candy melts

Peanut butter candy melts

Red candy melts

Green candy melts

White non-pareils

And a little patience dipping. These are achieved by applying the coating in several steps and letting dry in between.

Follow the basic cake ball instructions and after rolling them into balls, flatten them slightly so they aren’t too round.

Then start dipping.


Completely cover in dark chocolate first. You can break off any pooling when they are dry or use a toothpick to draw a separating line around the base of the ball while the coating is still wet and then it will break much easier.


When dry, dip about 1/3 of the ball in red candy coating, place red side up and let dry.


Then dip the opposite side about 1/3 of the way in green candy coating. Place green side up and let dry.

You’ll be left with the dark chocolate remaining visible in the middle.

You can use a toothpick to dip in any remaining green coating and apply ectra right around the edges so it will look a little more random. More lettuce-like.


When the green is dry, dip the bottoms in peanut butter coating. Make sure you leave some of the red visible. This time you can place them back to dry bottom side down and the coating will dry with more of a flat surface for the bottom of the bun. If the coating is too hot, let it set a few minutes before dipping so it doesn’t pool too much.

Burger Cake Bites

Finally dip the tops allowing some of the lettuce to show and sprinkle with non-pareils. Lots of dipping and drying, but pretty darn cute.

Let dry completely and you can have dinner and dessert all in one bite.


FYI … originally these were going to be in the Cake Pop book, but now… they’re not. Bzzzzzzzzz kill. I know. It was hard not to include them… really hard. But ultimately it came down to page count. I needed to stick to a certain number of pages and there just wasn’t room for a few of the projects. I decided to take out the burgers because you are basically putting three layers of coating on the cake balls and I thought that might be too thick for most people’s taste. And the bees… I don’t really know. I guess I thought they weren’t cuddly enough. Now, I’m having second thoughts. I do that a lot. Too bad, though… it’s too late.

Anyway, hope you like them.

And if cake pops aren’t your thing, take a look at these Father’s Day Hamburger cupcakes.

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220 comments on “Burgers and Bees”

  1. quite good post, i surely enjoy this remarkable internet site, persist with it 175407

  2. Thanks bakerlla!the hamberger bake pops are the most cutest and delishes things I ever had

  3. i just love them they are so cute i am going to make them

  4. i love the cute burgers cake balls!

  5. Would like a catalog please. Thank yoi.

  6. Wonderful!!!
    I am gonna try to do and become very famous here in Brazil! Hopefully!!!

    Sao Paulo/ Brazil

  7. They are very cute barkerell. I made your pumpkin cake pops tody they werea complete disaster. How long did it take for you to be so perfect? I didnot know it would be that hard. I wish I could meet you in person.

  8. I just bought your book and cannot wait to start on some of the projects.

  9. My friend and I made our first attempt at cake balls recently and althought they tasted great, the look of them was a lbit ess desirable. We used orange candy melts to make pumpkins. They turned out looking more like round balls covered in plaster! the candy melts were smooth after heating but was not thin enough to just dip the cake ball or to drizzle over the top. We had to apply the melted candy melt with a knife. How do we get the candy melt or even chocoate thin enough to dip and come out smooth.
    We are not to be undetered by our first attempt! We plan to do more practicing. Our family is enjoying getting to taste what we try!

  10. amazing!!!!
    all your explanations are so clear and inspiring!

  11. I have problems with the food color markers. The candy melts are too oily and the pens don’t work. Any suggestions? Thank You.

  12. Made these for a ba-bee shower last night and they were a HUGE hit. Everyone loved them!

  13. The bees were so cute I had to make them, only problem was, my 2 yr old granddaughter ran away screeming “BEE…..BEE….” but it was way to cute I just wish I would have had my video camera ready…

  14. I love it. Have you done any cakes of cake pops?

  15. Those bees are really nice!!!! thank you bakerella!!!

  16. The burgers are so cute! :) I wanna eat them so badly…

  17. the bees r to adorable i wish i could make them but im not talented enough! haha

  18. how do you make the candy melt liquid cuz i made it and it came out thick

  19. There are so cute!!!!!! :o)
    I love the hamburg one

  20. Love the bees, trying them tomorrow. I love the Cake Pops book!

  21. I made the bees yesterday and the hamburgers today. This was my first attempt at cake balls/pops so they did not turn out quite like yours! Ha! My kids thought they were cool nonetheless! They were a big hit.
    Is there a way to water down the dipping chocolate so it does not go on so heavy?

  22. We make the “burger” cookies much easier and they’re delish….use Nilla Wafers for the bun, dye coconut green for the lettuce, use a tub of cream cheese frosting divided in half and use food dye for yellow (mustard) and red (ketchup), then use Grasshopper cookies for the burger and assemble! Voila! The cutest cookies ever with the lettuce hanging out just like a real burger!

  23. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh! I love cheese burgers! Sooooooooo tiny tiny cutesy! Hehe! Like rainbows and unicorn cute.

  24. where can i find candy coating? what is it?

  25. Amazing, as always! Just so adorable!

  26. These are great. found similar design on another website. Wondered how they did this. Thank You

  27. I just tried making the burgers.. Mine didn’t turn out NEARLY as adorable as yours! How did you get your icing so nice, and smooth, and consistent? I also only did the “bun” on a few of them because it was starting to tasty too sweet [for my tastes], but all in all it was a fun project to try! [It was also my first try doing ANYTHING like this, maybe next time I’ll stick with regular cake balls!] Thanks for the fun!

  28. This is so cute can you tell me how to make the baby faces?

  29. omg!!!! sooooooo cute!!!!!! :)

  30. I found your book at Barns & Noble and I had to have it!! I’m in love with bite sized food and cupcakes, how CUTE that you have merged the two! Can’t wait for MORE!!

  31. I love burgers and I love cake balls.

  32. Love them all….so amazing

  33. Beyond Beautiful.. I’m in love with these burgers..

  34. how cute!! these remind me of the Trolli burger gummies but I’m sure these taste soooo much better :p perfect for a fast-food themed party :D

  35. having a heart attack their so qute the burgers is the best thing in bakerella

  36. Sooo cute! I’m going to make the bees for my sons class “the Busy Bee” class! : ) Thank goodness there are only 9 kids in the class – this will be my first attempt at cake pops. Never got enough courage!

  37. hi bakereiia !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  38. hi bakereiia !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  39. I love this idea!!!!!! And this Website! Thank you for inventing the cake pop Bakerella!!!!!!

  40. I made the bee’s this weekend! Our high school mascot is a “bee”. My daughter’s varsity swim team luv’d them, and so did I! Took me longer than I thought, but it was my first try! Will be making differnet theme’d ones for xmas! Thanks Bakerella!

  41. Hi, my name is Rebeca and i’ve been addicted to this site for almost a week now!!! Ummm.. is it normal that i am staying up past 2:45am in love with all of your creations?? LOL!!

    LOVE IT!! continue doing what you do.. you are amazing!!!

    Making these Bee cake pops tomorrow!!! If you have any suggestions please feel free to pass them along :)


  42. Sooooooooooooooo cute it looks like the burgers from Spongebob

  43. Omg! It looks so cute!

  44. how cute!!! waw!!! thks for sharing all your ideas!!
    unfortunately i don t have any candy melt here,so i m gonna try these whith white chocolate,melted. but it s hard to get it smooth !! do i have to put some butter whith it to be more liquid or some cream. can you give me some advices,because i would definitely try cake pops for my daughter’s birthday.

  45. Wow! these are beyond adorable! how do u think of this stuff! : )

  46. soooooo cute!
    wish i could be so creative and soo good:-)
    i make attempts but they never look so gorgeous haha

  47. WOW.. You are amazing. I wanted to know if you have attempted doing Ladybug cake pops. I saw your Bee Pops and thought “how cute this would be if I could do a ladybug pop for my daughters birthday to take to school.” I am going to attempt them, if they come out cute I will post the pick and directions.

  48. HELP! I have having a real hard time with the edible pens. Is there a trick to get them to write … it’s working fine on paper but can’t get it to write smoothly on the pops …

  49. me encantas la abeja , so cute the burger to

  50. Hi Bakerella,

    I’m very new to this cake pop craze, boy have a missed a lot! These are fantastic! How cute ;-)
    My little girl is turning 1 at the beginning of August and you have inspired me to go all out and make her 1st b’day memorable. Thanks muchly ;-)

  51. Bakerella,

    These are too cute! You have such amazing hands! :)

  52. Well, my burgers turned out nothing like the photos (yours are drop-dead cute, of course), but they are sort of endearing, in a Franken-Krabby-Patty sort of way. They’re for my son’s birthday, and the kid who can guess what they’re supposed to be will win the prize!

  53. these are so adorable! I plan to make them for a party, are they fine kept in the fridge overnight?

  54. Made the hamburger bites yesterday…whew! That was work! I’m glad they don’t all require that amount of dipping. I have to admit though…they are pretty darn cute! Thanks for the great idea!

  55. I just have to share this story: So I got all set to start dipping my burger cake balls… I melted my dark chocolate chips to get started, put in the olive oil to thin it out for dipping… which I usually use instead of shortening. After I pulled it out of the microwave I noticed something smelled weird. Certainly not like Chocolate. Then quickly – a flash of thoughts burst through… my mind. That smells like garlic, and then OH NO!!!!!!!!!!! Then… SHOOT! olive oil I bought at the grocery store last trip was something new… infused with GARLIC!!!!!!!!!!!!
    UGH. Garlic and Chocolate… not a good mix. Out goes that batch! uugghh.

  56. so…my first attempt at the bees went okay. They looked really cute, but how do I prevent them from cracking? When i coated them they were cold and the chocolate hot so some of them split after they cooled down. Any suggestions? oh…and they were a huge hit!! Made a beehive cake for a baby shower and then stuck them in!

  57. the hamburgers are so cute, i would love to make them and i am sure that they would be as tasty as they seem, the combination of burger and bees is just adorable

  58. Have I told you that I love you before?? ha ha! =)
    I love to bake … Before blogging I usually baked from my favorite recipes …once in a while venturing out with a new recipe from a magazine or something…Then I started blogging in Jan… and I found the Pioneer Woman… and I am sure you know… love love! and Now after finding your blog… I am SO excited to try the cake pops!! and now look at all the fun I can have with them ~ love love!! the Ham & Potato above made me laugh so hard!! =)

  59. i would never have the patience to make the hamburgers! They’re so adorable, just like everything else you make. Can’t wait to buy your book!

  60. Wow! These are perfect!

  61. Dearest Bakerella, do you ever teach live, in-person classes? I’ve tried and tried to make your beautiful cake pops, following your on-line directions, but mine always turn out ugly, really, really ugly. I’ve tried everything I can think of to remedy my lack-of- good-cake-pop-making ability, but I end up with blobs of coating over yummy cake. While I would give these ugly but yummy blobs to good friends, I can’t use them for a wider purpose. I want to be a walking testimony for bakerella, but end up with lots of leftover cake in the fridge to eat while feeling blue that I can’t make a decent pop…I know I could be cured, if only I could take a real live class and you could see my flops!!! What to do? So back to the start–do you ever teach live classes??? Sincerely, Cake Pop Deprived in Kentucky

  62. Oh, l love those bees… very cute! I think I will do something similar for my daughter’s birthday :)

  63. estos chupetines de abejitas stan lindos,pero no entiendo el ingles,por favor contestenme!

  64. porfavor m pueden mandar stas recetitas en español,por favooooooooor!

  65. I really enjoy the hamburgers. Great for cookouts!

  66. Oh. Em. Gee. Those wee burgers are so freaking cute I can hardly contain myself.

    My dad just found out he’s deathly allergic and we’ve been teasing him with random bee-related things. I’m so making these bees for him!

  67. love these burgers. great ideas.

  68. I made those hamburger cupcakes and sugar cookie fries and they were quite possibly the cutest thing ever. (pictures:

  69. These are perfect for the upcoming company barbecue for which I signed up for a “TBD Dessert” – thanks!

  70. You are my hero Bakerella! Love your work.
    Are making my own versions of your cake balls. But in Norway, where I live, we don’t have candy melts so its difficult to make anything but dark chocolate cake balls. But that’s okey, they are really great anyway! Thanks for sharing your recipes with us!

  71. How do you do it???
    How do you come up with these adorable ideas!!!??

    Just fantastic!

  72. I just love your creations. They always make me smile.

  73. THESE ARE WAY TO CUTE! i love those little bees.

  74. I love the hamburgers!

  75. First time commenter – I seriously love ALL of your ideas. They make me happy :) I wish I had 1/4 of your creativity. Keep surprising us with your great and innovative ideas!

  76. The bee’s are adorable, but I love the little burgers!!!

  77. They are simply the “bees’ knees”! I think they’re adorable.

  78. OMG – I was just logging on to ask you for some ideas to make a bumble bee (it’s my daughter’s dance mascot). I was thinking of shaping 2 balls (head and body – body tapered for a stinger), and using the candy melts for wings. I was going to use my Cricut Cake to cut chocolate satin ice for the stripes, but yours are soooooo much easier….
    A million thank you’s for posting this one…..

  79. Good gracious! Your creativity is unstoppable and these are so cute. I like to stop just to see what you have cooked up for eye candy.

  80. This is totally awesome!

  81. I love the burgers!

  82. OMG!!! These are so great! I will need to find an excuse to make them and soon :) Are these ones in the book?

  83. I’m a vegetarian and these are burgers I’d eat!

  84. You never fail to amaze me with your cake pops! These are awesome!

  85. Burger buzz! These pops look like way too much effort for a lazy baker like me, but I love to look at them! Awesome work.

  86. I love these! So adorable!

  87. I love the little burgers!!!

  88. oh man… those burgers are too adorable!! May have to make some for my next BBQ!

  89. my two favorite things!!! however, i’ve never been able to eat bees before :D
    i must try to make those.

  90. I tried to made cakepops but the taste was strange, like a non-baked dough. I melted quatre-quart and Nutella. Is that normal ?
    (excuse my bad english, I am french and can easily read in english but it is difficult to write it)

  91. As adorable as ever!! :)

  92. So you keep on teasing me! I have a crazy obsession with creative cooking/baking books and as of now I have three on my list. I was actually discussing this with my husband last night. I need to get “Who You Callin’ Cupcake”, “Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey for Kids” (recommended by you) and your Pops book. The first two I’m planning to get this weekend, but I can’t hardly wait for yours to come out! Ahhhh, the Fall 2010 isn’t coming fast enough!

  93. Too cute! I don’t know if I have the patience to make the burgers though. ;)

  94. omg…These are seriously the CUTEST things ever! Burgers and bees!

  95. You continue to amaze me with your creativity! Unbelievably adorable ideas, yet again…you are such an inspiration! I think I’m officially a “Bakerella” wanna-be! :)

  96. I do not know it can be made in such shape.The bees are very lovely.

  97. Can you do 4th of July early so that we have something cute to make??!?

  98. I am DYING for some of the baby burgers! SO SO CUTE!!

  99. Those bees are gorgeous! Would you believe, just yesterday I was trying to plan bee cupcake pops (my daughter is bee crazy)…now i have a proper guide! Thanks Bakerella!!!

  100. Those cupcake bites are the cutest things ever =)


  102. Holy cow. Bakerella is my hero. I love these! I especially love how there can be so many variations on the sweet bee!!! :)
    Have you thought of maybe using Necco Wafers for the wings? It wouldn’t be as chocolatey-yummy, but would prove an interesting blend of textures. There are lots of Necco wafer colors (okay, so…like FIVE…but whatever ;)) and they can be written on with edible pens. Idk.. just an idea for anyone else..

    Love this. Thanks Bakerella!! :D

  103. I am just thrilled you actually called sprinkles “chocolate jimmies”!! We never hear that over here in California, people think I’m crazy.

    Way too cute!

  104. oh how i wish i was patient enough to make 50 of these!! LOVE!

  105. OMG, the burgers are adorable!!!! I’m definitely making those sometime soon! :D

  106. oh my god, i think i might actually be able to make these!!!

  107. Those little hamburgers are adorable! I will for sure be making those for Father’s Day! =)

  108. wow those burger bites are AMAZING! Can’t wait for your book to come out! Love your creativity!

  109. Your creativity is amazing, i love the burgers they are so cute, you can pick them up and just eat them up like a real burger too hehe! So great, the bees are super adorable as well!

  110. Just when I think your cake pops can’t get any cuter, you out do yourself! I almost can’t stand it!!

  111. Adorable!

    I’d rather eat those burgers than the real thing!

  112. I recently “discovered” your existence and have been totally “hooked’ since!! Your work is truly amazing! Although I’m not much of a baker myself, I have an eye for spectacular things. So glad I found you. Thanks for sharing what you do!

  113. can you make “pop” versions of these mini burgers, or would that not work with the sticks since you have to dip both sides twice?

  114. i’m dying to know how you keep from getting fingerprints on the dipped cakepops?

  115. The burger cake pops look like so much fun! :)

  116. I love the bees… they would be a great present for my dad who is a beekeeper… maybe I’ll give them a whirl if I dare!

  117. You’re simply amazing! =)

  118. Bakerella, I’m dying over here! These are amazing. Can’t wait to try my hand at the burger cake balls.

  119. GREAT pops today! Super cute.

    I just got a chance to vote on the cover of the Betty Crocker Fall Baking Magazine and I chose the CAKE POP COVER!!

    Congrats for being in the mag! You look great on the cover shot!

  120. I’m horrible at dipping. How do you do it so well? Think of me as Lucille Ball in that episode of I Love Lucy where she works in a candy factory.

  121. Oh my! Those are fantastic! I love the burgers and the bees are super cute! I can’t wait until your book comes out!!! Thanks for sharing!

  122. I am so awful and terrible at the dipping and coating with the chocolate. I have tried several times and its never overly smooth and perfect. Its rustic. Not exactly what I am generally going for. But I am going to Have to try these! Thanks Bakerella! Keep those awesome ideas coming! :)

  123. I just had to say that I made the bannanaberry muffins and I LOVED them! Thank you for that recipe. It is a KEEPER!

  124. Honestly… how do you think up these ideas?? TOO cute! Great work!

  125. Sorry if this has already been mentioned, but how about leaving the PB melt as is, and using 2 as buns?

  126. The bees are super cuddly even with the bigger candy melts!

  127. I just wanted to say that I just voted for you to be on the Betty Crocker cover!!! I hope they choose that one!!!

  128. These are absolutely perfect…friends of mine farm honey bees – I know exactly what I will bring as a favor to their “honey harvest” party this year!!! How fitting :) Thanks for the great post as always. … and of course, the hamburgers, cute cute! May require multiple dippings, but other than that looks pretty straight forward w/o too much of the tedious work.

    Sarah at

  129. SO many recipes of yours I want to try but there is so little time in the day to actually make them. I can’t wait until your book comes out to see what else you come up with!

  130. These are adorable, I am so excited to get your book…I can’t wait. :)

  131. oh my gosh. the burgers look SOOOOOOOO cute!

  132. SO great for summertime BBQ’s…Cant wait for the book!

  133. These are too cute! I would say that they are BEE-utiful! :) I love it because my niece is having a Winnie the Pooh 1st birthday and these along with the Winnie the Pooh cake pops are perfect! Thank you!

  134. these are SO CUTE !
    i love your father’s day burger cupcakes to ! i made them a couple weeks ago:


  135. Hi dear, I just wanted to say I think you’re incredibly inspiring. You really try to bring something new and inventive to the world of pastries and baking and you inspire me to put more effort into my own little creations :)

  136. dang it woman!! you make everything seem so easy and wonderful, and NOW i am going to have to make a batch of these for my family reunion in a few weeks. I LOVE the little burgers! I think that is my favorite design you have made so far. You are such a genius! Nobel Prize for you!!

  137. You NEVER cease to amaze me! This summer I am going to take on the cake pop for my daughters birthdays….I’m nervous…where do you live maybe you could drop by and help : D

  138. Love the bees. They are so cute. What a shame I don’t have the creative gene. I guess I’ll just watch.

  139. These are adorable. Have you ever made ladybugs?

  140. I can’t wait to make these for our next cookout!

  141. The hamburger ones are just too cute. I about died a bit when I saw them. In a good way.

  142. These are both AWESOME! And the hamburgers. Oh my… I definitely have a sweet tooth and the three layers don’t scare me away at all. Hey, even if they aren’t in the book we can look at them on here!

    Cabin Fever in Vermont

  143. These are adorable, and I have made many cake pops/bites in the past. However, for some reason I always made them in the fall or winter, but the bees would be perfect for a family picnic I am attending this weekend. How do you think these would hold up outside for a few hours? should I make sure they stay refrigerated before serving? I’d hate for them to be melted and messy before people even get to enjoy them!

  144. Your bees can be in your 2nd book!! Don’t tell me you’re not thinking about that!! Love ’em. So darn cute. bzzzzzzzzzz!

  145. I am amazed… first time here and feel like a kid again that wants to have a piece of everything… excellent work!!

  146. so.freaking.cute.
    I’m dyinggggg!

  147. so make it look so easy, i have to try these!

  148. Dear Bee-autiful,
    I’m inspired!

    My Mom and I go to the Longaberger business conference every year in Columbus, Ohio and it’s called “The Bee”… I just might have to make up some of these for CEO Tami Longaberger and ‘The Bee Boyz’.

    I can’t wait to see your book. It’s going to be awesome… I can feel it in my hips.

    Just ‘Popping-in’
    From Nebraska

  149. Where DO you get these ideas??? Soooo cute, I love it!

  150. Cute. Very cute. But not too cute to not eat! :)

  151. LOVE THEM!!! Always looking for fun ideas for hamburgers!! My kids are crazy about them!

  152. A-freakin’-dorable! Sooooo cute!

  153. Amazing! I am in awe everytime I see your latest cake pop creation, they just get cuter everytime!

  154. v creative and love allll ur art and baking ideas :)

  155. Ahhh these are super cute!! I love the bees :)

  156. These are just too cute! The bees would be sweet buzzing around my 4th of July Party :) Thank for your continued creativeness!

  157. I made the burger cupcakes last year, and it was so bizarre biting into it and not tasting actual burger! The patties looked so realistic! They were a lot is fun to make :)

    thanks for sharing these two cute cake pops too.

  158. The burgers are just too adorable!

  159. Thrse are just waaaay too cute!!!

  160. The bees are soooo darn adorable! The burgers are cute as well, but I’ve been spoiled by seeing hamburger macarons on Eat Me Daily ;) Ever considered making hamburger macaron pops? Haha that would be awesome!


  161. Adorable, as always!

  162. Genius! They may not have made the book, but luckily you have a sweet site to share them on. And I’m oh-so-glad you did! Those bee faces are adorable! Save the honeybees! :)

    Have a great week Bakerella!

  163. I’m still in love with your cake pops, this is a great idea !
    And I’ll buy your book !

    Bye from France.


  164. oooh, i love the sweeeeet beeees. long time no cakepops in my kitchen … these bees will chnge that!!! :) love your work!

  165. So sweet ?
    You are so talented and genius!

  166. I love the burgers!!! They’re awesome.

  167. I love them all !!!!

    Bees are great but burgers… Wow! So original.

    You’re the best.

  168. I love your pops and ideas…

  169. I love them! Do you have any photos of little monkey cake pops? I want to make them for my son’s birthday party. :)

  170. maybe after a few gin and tonics i too could have the patience needed to create the awesome burger bites..they are fantastic!

  171. … I think those burgers are possibly one of the CUTEST things I’ve ever seen.

  172. oh bakerella I am not a fan of Bee’s at all BUT this could just sway my thinking lol….and the hamburger it is funny how it didnt look like a burger until the end when you added the “bun” it (to use a pun) was icing on the cake lol……ok back to eating cake pops instead of making bad jokes about them !

  173. Eeeeeee! I’m squealing with delight, these bees are so cute! The little kid in me can just imagine running around with these bumble bees in the air and making buzzing noises like they’re flying. Hehe. If these didn’t make it into the book, and I can’t wait to see what did! Bakerella, you’re so creative!

  174. you are sooooo talented, keep it up.

  175. I tried to make just plain old cake balls last week for my stepdaughter”s birthday. It was such a disaster. The red velvet cake balls made the white candy melts blotchy with red. They were ugly but tasted great!

  176. Those little bees put the biggest smile on my face.

  177. You have a lot of patience! These look great! Both are so cute.

  178. Aww way too cute!!

  179. Those bees are SO cute! And I simply wouldn’t have the patience to make the hamburgers (without a lot of Diet Coke) but I think they’re genius!

  180. amazing ….. very cute, original and sensational, this is a boom for anyone. perfect to impress and delight at any party or reunion… A++++

  181. these werent included? wow, i wonder what is then. lol. the burgers are just flat adorable. i think they are amazing.

  182. I am taken by the fact that you can actually *make* things look like your idea… that’s the tricky part for me!

  183. Eeeeek! So cute!!!!!!

  184. I am SO glad I already ordered a copy of your book!!!…..because if the bees and burgers are the REJECTS, then the book is gonna be AbFAB ( actually, I already knew it would be terrific). You are the original pop star, Bakerella!

  185. Wow, you never cease to amaze me with your awesome cake pops. I’m still trying to master the chicks from two Easters ago!

  186. Can’t wait to get a

  187. These are too cute : )

  188. These are so cute! I love the burger idea, really anything mini has my heart!

  189. You are so talented!!! Just amazing!

  190. i LOVE both the burgers & the bees!!! adorable!!! i am also LOVING how easy it looks to make the burgers. i just may have to try these for an upcoming party. thank you, bakerella!!!

  191. The hamburgers are so darn cute!!!

  192. Those bees are TOO cute-I’m gonna have to try them!!!

  193. LOVE the burgers! I think men are more likely to try one when it isn’t so cutesy.. these are def. fathers day goodies :)

  194. Those are so cute! I love the bees and the hamburgers look wonderful, too!

  195. You never cease to amaze me. I wish I had 1/10 of the creativeness that you have. Thank you for your constant inspirations!

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