Easter Cake Pops, Part Two

The Easter Chick Cake Pops from last week were certainly cute. FYI, the all body ones with feet were hands down the winner. Actually it was a beat down. I almost feel sorry for the other chicks. Thanks everyone for your input. But, even with all their cuteness, I couldn’t let Easter pass by without trying my hand at some bunnies. So, here they are…

Easter Bunny Cake Pops

Check out those ears! I found some pastel “Bunny Corn” at The Fresh Market. SCORE! Yes, it really said that on the container. So cute. The name alone practically made me buy them, not to mention, as soon as I saw them, I thought … bunny pops. By the way, I have a new appreciation for candy corn. Growing up, these were always shunned at Halloween. I mean orange and brown candy never really appealed to me. But this year, I actually ate some at Thanksgiving when I made Turkey Cake Pops and was sold. I had always thought… assumed… they were hard candies. But they’re not. They’re soft little bites of sugar.

Bunny Corn

They’re actually good and taste even better in pretty colors! I can’t quit looking at them. They just make me happy!

Bunny Corn

Now, if you were really ambitious, you could make bunnies in coordinating candy corn colors. Blue bunnies, yellow bunnies, pink bunnies and even green ones. Not me. It was enough in pink and white. Those of you that have made pops before know what I mean.

I hope you can find the bunny corn somewhere, but if not, just check out a candy aisle near you and get creative for the bunny ears.

Bunny Cake Pops

I made these with a strawberry cake mix for convenience. Now, I’m not a big strawberry fan, but they were extra YUMMY!

Strawberry Bunny Cake Pops

Here’s what I used to decorate:

Pink Candy Melts
White Candy Melts
Jumbo Heart Sprinkles
Pastel Confetti Sprinkles
Pink, Blue & Black edible ink pens
Paper Lollipop Sticks
Styrofoam Block
Paramount Crystals
Pastel Candy Corn

To decorate:

  • Shape the balls into a bunny head shape.
  • Dip in candy coating color of your choice and let dry.
  • Use the rounded side of a cookie cutter and cut of the end of the candy corn. Dip the end in a little bit of the melted candy coating and adhere it to the top of the bunny head. Hold in place until it sets. If your candy coating isn’t too hot, this should just take a few seconds.
  • Let the bunny heads with ears sit in the styrofoam block until all the ears are dry.
  • When dry, use a little bit of melted candy coating to glue the facial features on. Use a toothpick and dab a little of the coating in position for the eyes and nose and adhere the sprinkles.
  • When the eyes and noses are dry, use your pens to draw on the mouth. Then draw on the eye color and pupils.
    (Read the full instructions for making Cake Pops before you begin.)

Note: to get smoother covered pops, make sure your bowl is deep enough to submerge the entire pop. Try to dip it in one dunking motion and remove. If the chocolate is too thick, add some paramount crystals or some shortening to the melted candy coating to thin it out. Remove the pop, holding it in your left hand. tap your left wrist lightly with your right hand and rotate the lollipop stick over your bowl. The excess chocolate should fall off, smoothing out the coating at the same time. Also, make sure the coating surrounds the stick at the base to secure it.

So, there you have it… Easter Bunny Cake Pops. But, we can’t have Easter bunnies without Easter eggs. I mean they do go hand in hand, right!

Easter Egg Cake Pops

Stop the cuteness!

Easter Egg Cake Pops

Stop it, I say!


Don’t even look at these sprinkles or you’ll be hypnotized. Hurry, close your eyes or the next thing you know, you’ll have Easter eggs popping up all over your kitchen.

Easter Egg Cake Pops

I warned you.

Here’s what I used to decorate:

Pink Candy Melts
Yellow Candy Melts
White Candy Melts
Pastel Confetti Sprinkles
Sanding Sugars
Light Corn Syrup
Paper Lollipop Sticks
Styrofoam Block
Paramount Crystals
Small Paintbrush

To decorate:

  • Shape the cake balls into an egg shape.
  • Dip in candy coating color of your choice.
  • Let sit in the styrofoam block until dry.
  • When dry, use a small paint brush to paint on a thin layer of corn syrup in a line around the egg. Do one line at a time. Right after you paint on the syrup, sprinkle on one of the sanding colors until all of the corn syrup is covered. Use a bowl sprinkle over.
  • Repeat with varying designs and colors.
  • You could probably also do this with the melted candy color, but this time I was experimenting and tried the corn syrup.
  • For the confetti sprinkles, either dab a little bit of the candy color with your toothpick and glue on the sprinkle shapes or use a little bit of the corn syrup to act as the glue. The corn syrup will take a little longer to dry.
  • Dry completely.

(Read the full instructions for making Cake Pops before you begin.)

Easter Egg Cake Pops


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290 comments on “Easter Cake Pops, Part Two”


    At Halloween the candy corn is orange, yellow, and white. The kind with the brown is Indian corn that comes out only at Thanksgiving. I could do without that one, myself.

    My cupcake pops I made with the cherry chip cake mix (GASP – A CAKE MIX – I KNOW!!!) and they were like little cake truffles!!!

  2. I am so impressed. They are so adorable. I am linking these to my site tomorrow. Thanks for sharing!!

  3. These are TOO CUTE!! How creative!! WOW!

  4. No, YOU stop the cuteness! And the sweetness! It’s just too much!

    Just kidding. Don’t stop. Rock on, cake pop lady!

  5. These are great!!! I was wondering if you could give me a suggestion though…my daughter’s first birthday is coming up and I want to make the cupcake pops, but maybe in a bug shape. do you have any ideas? The birthday cake is going to be a giant cupcake and I still need an idea for her little cake. I thought you would be the best person for some great ideas!!! Thanks for working so hard to make everything so cute!!

  6. Hello there, Bakerella! Thank you for the tip on the owl eyes–you are pure genius. They look perfect–way better than my flat eyes!! I couldn’t find the jumbo hearts around here for my beaks (I suppose I could order on-line) but did come across candy coated sunflower seeds for the beak. I’m going to try those… if I don’t eat each and every one of them first! They might not have that cuteness factor that you always bring to your little cuties…but we’ll see!

  7. Cute Cute CUTE. I can’t HANDLE the Cute!!! Like the other commenter sez at
    Dallas Morning News article)


  8. You are amazing. I was turned on to your site from UCreate and have spent a great deal of time going through all posts and being so amazed at how talented you are. I plan on trying to make your egg and chick cake pops. I am so excited to try them.

  9. These are so cute and creative! Have you ever thought about doing princess or Star Wars themed cake pops or cupcakes? ::hint,hint:: ;)

  10. You beat me to the punch. I saw your chicks the other day, and was thinking this morning, “I wonder if I could make some easter egg cake pops… would that work??”. And then I get on here, and see that you already made some! Thanks a bunch for your creative genius and talent. I love that you share the directions with us too. It gives us all the opportunity to look like professionals. Thank you.

  11. These are so cute! I have become obsessed with your blog. Love all the recipes and especially the cake pops. I just last night made elmo ones that I used for cupcake toppers for my son’s second birthday. I definitely not a master yet but I think I will try again.

  12. I dont know which is cuter the bunnies, the eggs or the chicks! You are sooooo creative! Thanks for sharing all these awesome ideas you have!


    I have 7 grandkids…and they would absolutely go wild over these Easter confections!!!

  14. I love the bunnies and eggs! So cute!

  15. Adorable! I love the use of the candy (whoops!) I mean Bunny Corn! Too cute…this entry just forces one to smile – thanks for the sunshine on my gray day!

  16. Bakerella – I have a question…not sure if it is already answered somewhere on your site. I want to make these for my son’s class party on Friday. If I make them today, will they still be fresh? Just wondering how long you can store the pops before eating. Thanks!

  17. AMAZING!!!

    So cute, I will keep them in mind for next year too.

    Thanks for those ideas.

  18. Hi Bakerella! I’ve been reading your site for quite some time now and just wanted to thank you for always giving such great tutorials on how to make your cute creations! I made my first batch of cake pops yesterday and thought I’d have a little fun using the faces to make a story. It’s at Hope you enjoy it! =]

  19. these things are soooo cute! I had a brave moment today and decided to make them for my daughter’s pre-k party. I’m sure they will be a big hit but they took a lot of time! I got pretty sloppy with the decorating ;-)

  20. Just saw this on HWTM…I love this that site too! THought you’d like to see!


  21. Blogger Kate @ Life As I Live It – warned ya!

    Blogger Smita – you can use any frosting you want. You can even make your own. If you do, add in small amounts until you get a consistency that is moist and moldable, but also holds it’s shape.

    Anonymous Sil BsAs – Before.

    jeannette – Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Cake supply stores, Amazon, or the links in this post.

    Practically Precious – small plastic treat bags ties with a ribbon. But the bunnies, I would serve at home. They are too fragile.

    Heather Deterding – They last for several days, so yes! – wrap in treat bags tied with a ribbon. Display in a decorative paper covered styrofoam block

    The Holyoaks – Try Mercken’s, make n mold, or Kroger grocery store brand. You can also add shortening to help thin it out.

    Anonymous – I made my own version of PB Balls

    Blogger greetingarts – that stinks. Sorry.

  22. Those are adorable! I left you an award at

  23. Oh nooooooo! I just threw away a 4/5ths full bag of pink and purple candy corn that my daughter tricked me into buying (long story, she’s two and I wasn’t paying attention!) months and months ago. I ate one, it was fine, but then I thought about all the calories and chucked it in the trash can. Oh why, oh why?! I mean, I’d been staring at them for months, why did I have to throw them away the day before I saw this cuteness? Such perfect ears they would have made… sigh.

  24. You are amazingly creative!!!

  25. oh my these are fab! I was planning on making some balls with just the dots for my son’s birthday. I just couldn’t figure out how to shape an egg.

  26. so, so , so cute!! You are so talented!! Can’t wait to make some for Easter!! Now if only I can find the candy corn in my area..wish me luck!!

  27. Dang! I loved making the cake pops last time, though I was just doing them sans sticks. I might have to make the chicks though with the little feet (though I’m sure my hubby will say the bunnies, because he loves the candy corn). Too darn cute!

  28. The ears of the bunny are genius!!! Love them all!

  29. I absolutly adore these ones (hopefully you understand what I write, my english writing hasn´t been used in a long time). I always get inspired when I visit your webbsite. I sadly have a hard time finding the things you use here in Sweden.

  30. These are so cute!

    Have you ever used the peanutbutter balls recipe? I wonder how well they would work? They are SOOO yummy!

  31. I hope you read all these because I have a question! Whenever I try to dip stuff in melted chocolate, it seems to fall apart in it. When you melt your chocolate it looks so thin and runny whereas mine is always thick and sticky. Could it be the kind of chocolate I use? I use the candy melts from Michael’s. Has anyone else ever had that problem? It always looks like thick clumps and blobs and not cute smooth balls like your. Sad. Oh and the chocolate is TOTALLY melted. Can I add something to it to thin it out maybe? Help!
    jillholyoak (AT) gmail (DOT) com

  32. you are so freakin creative, i swear!

    i love candy corn! and the pics of the bunny corn look deeeeeeeeelish.

  33. Oh my oh my, those eggs are SOOO cute!!! And those sprinkles really are hypnotic. So cute.

  34. These are too cute!! Any ideas on how to transport these cuties?

  35. I have a thing for decorated eggs (Faberge, Easter, pysanky, not picky) and I’ve been hoping you’d do something! These are fantastic.

  36. these are so adorable…

    How long do they stay fresh once decorated? Could I make them a day or two before a party?


  37. Ok – I have a question I have been dying to ask. How in the world do you wrap and trasport these little lovlies to give away? If I actually got them to turn out looking anything like yours I would definitely want to share, but would be devestated if I messed them up. Please share. Thanks a million!

  38. The only thing I can say is simply AMAZING! You are the most creative “baking” person I’ve ever seen; I just wish these ideas would come to me too…absolutely WOW on everything that you do.

  39. I LOVE this idea :) i am hosting easter dinner this year and i’m going to make some kind of center piece out of these. i’m so excited!! where can i find the candy melts??

  40. Your talents are so amazing! Ever since I have bee following your blog I want to bake all the time! I am making the Easter Pops for Easter. I wanted to make them now but my sister is wanting to make them too, so it will be a family event! THANKS!!!! ~Amanda

  41. I read and re read your wonderfull posts and still don’t understand if you put the stick before of after coating them in the chocolate… sorry I’m so silly but I want to make them just like you! (I’m pretentious =))

  42. OMG there is seriuos cute overload on this page!!! I can’t decide which of these is more adorable! CUTE OVERLOAD!

  43. I have been drooling over your pops forever, like everyone else, Bakerella! Please tell me what I can use instead of the cream cheese!!! We don’t get any here in India (at least I haven’t seen it at the big departmental stores/hypers)… Can I bind the cake with condensed milk!?!

  44. I made cake pops! They were a hit at work and fun to do. They weren’t half as pretty, but as it turns out, people like “rustic” cake pops just fine too. :)

  45. Superb!!! Luv them all, especially the bunnies, soooo cute, will try making it next week, hope turn out as good as yours (I know quite impossible).. I dont think I can find those cute candy here hope can find something similar..

  46. Love em! I was planning on making Hello Kitties and Cows next week for the birthday celebration in my daughter’s Kindergarten class BUT now I’m torn after seeing these and the chicks!

  47. Those are some of the cutest things I have ever seen!

    I’m soo going to have to try to make some of these for the school Easter party. The kids will just go gaga over them!

  48. Oh my word – are those not the cutest things! I thought the chicks were cute – but this takes the cake – get it, takes the cake!


  49. My eyes! My eyes! The cuteness has blinded my eyes!!

    Seriously. Could you BE any more creative and cute?? Love the Easter eggs and bunnies. I so totally making those next week.

  50. Bridget – Off to buy peanuts. thanks!

    Nancy W – yep. baking is for fun.

    The Chocolate Lady – I haven’t, but will try one day.

    Amber – I totally understand

    Heidi – I wish I lived near Sprinkles.

    aja – I need to join if you find one.

    morgana – thanks dear!

    VeggieGirl – you’re slow today. Are you ok?

    Nikki – Awesome!

    Bonnie – just reshape where necessary before you dip.

    BeachMama – I eat it or give it to co-workers or family.

    the flour child – Now, that’s creative. I like your style.

    hsfisher95 – thanks for the tip

    Wolf – Even better!

    Starwoodgal – send me a pic!

    greenbean – next year :)

    Sweet Potato Pi Karen – HEY!!!!! And, you’re right. Don’t show her the bunnies.

    Daisy – One cake mix makes 50, so I would just divide that # by those attending if it’s a small number. Or give everyone two and keep the rest for yourself.

    Shauntel – yes and they were fine.

    natsmama – they will still be food. Just keep them in an airtight container.

    Italianmommy – I tap the excess off. And I start with thin chocolate if possible.

    Tom and Valerie – Owls. Yes, owls. I do plan on making some. I just don’t know when I will get to it. Think about candy necklaces for the eyes.

    StuffCooksWant – I told ya

    CB – Off to see how yours went.

  51. Cuteness! Now how did you know I’d love the bunny ones? teehee. I guess I am pretty transparent huh? Adore the egg ones too! I wanna be like you when I grow up ;)

  52. I looked when you warned me not to…and now I want to make them. When will I learn??

    Love the egg pops. So love them.


    I have nominated you!!!! I hope you accept.


  54. Holy Crap! You are something else my friend. Please tell me I have missed something and you have a book coming out, a trip to Oprah, something. I mean Martha and Ree are fabulous and all, but really the whole world should know about you!!

  55. Super cute! I’m going to try these over Spring Break! See if I can impress my in-laws at Easter!

  56. You’re the queen of cute!!

    Seeing these makes me want to cross off all my appointments for the rest of the week, get in the kitchen and make a whole litter of those bunnies!!

  57. I could look at these ALL day…and maybe eat a few hundred along the way. Amazing!

  58. SQUEEEEEE! OMG, so CUTE!!!! And, I have to admit, being an “Egg” (first three letters of our last name) – I have a soft spot for the egg ones! So. Stinkin’. CUTE!

  59. Simply AWESOME and yummalicious!

  60. I looooove the bunny pops. I hope I have time to make these for my class. They are adorable. I’m thinking funfetti cake, though.

  61. Okay, Bakerella. You’re killing me here with all this cuteness. I adore, adore, adore your bunnies, eggs, and chicks!! Just looking at all this cuteness puts an extra spring in my step and makes me want to head straight to my kitchen and make these screamin’ cuties! But alas…I have Owl cake pops to make (upcoming birthday theme). I made some to test out my cake pop abilities–I did okay, I guess.

    I used regular sized chocolate chips for the ears (similar to what you did for your Hello Kitty pops), pastel jumbo sprinkles for eyes w/ black edible pen for pupils. For the beak I used a regular yellow jimmy sprinkle, but plan to use a yellow jumbo heart.

    If you have ANY BETTER ideas/suggestions, please let me know. The party for my twin girls is next week–their first one!agghh!!

    Anyway–thank you for the fun and inspiration!!

  62. I am officially a ‘pop’ loser.

    I tried the basic smilies tonight, and failed at every step of the way :(

    Do you have a FAQ section?

    My balls weren’t round enough (I can work on that).

    My chocolate cracked as it hardened.

    The chocolate dripped and dried all funny, despite my wrist-tapping efforts.

    Good thing this batch is for a class full of 6-year-olds who probably won’t mind!

    (Yummy though).

    Yours are always adorable.

  63. Can you get any better? I think not!

  64. Love love love everything! One question, how do you get the chocolate so smooth? Mine is always lumpy and coarse..never smooth as silk…help!!!! Easter is upon us!! love you!!

  65. “The most difficult part of attaining perfection is finding something to do for an encore. ~Author Unknown”

    I’d say, “enough said”, but I always like to keep talking…

    So all I can think in looking at this post and all of the others is, “What in the world could she POSSIBLY come up with after all of that adorableness for NEXT YEAR – not to mention the following fifty to come???”

    But I’m sure you’ll think of something. LOVED the candy corn ears. LOVED. You solved my bunny ear dilemma! I was sooooo off with the marshmallow cuttings. (But I’m set to try the chicks – whole bodied, please cross your fingers for me)

    Hugs, Susan

  66. Those are adorable, you should make carrot cake pops to go along with the bunny pops and use the green candy corn’s for the stems!

  67. Tooo cute! I’ve been waiting to see what you’d come up with. Made the chicks and cupcakes today (cake pop virgin) and they turned out great! Question…how far ahead can I make these and they still be good (4-5 days?)

  68. So darned CUTE!!! I am going to try my hand at this to give to the little ones at Easter. Thank You!

  69. Wow…your blog is very impressive!!!

  70. I just starting reading your blog and think it’s great! I’m from Athens, GA and just started taking the Wilton classes at CakeArt. They’re so much fun.

    Love the cakepops and will try them this week!

  71. OK, so I looked at this post a few hours ago and I canNOT get the easter egg pops out of my head! SOOO wonderful! I love reading your blog.

  72. I love the bunnies. Hands down my favorite yet! Have you ever tried to freeze these? I would like to make some for my little girls birthday party, but I want to make them early. I don’t know if freezing will work. How long do they stay good for? Thanks for all the ideas. I hope you really put together a book, I’d preorder it now!

  73. You’ve outdone yourself again. My question still remains…. if making for a treat for school or party, how many cake pops should you plan for each child/guest as I would think one would not be enough especially if they are as yummy as you all claim.

  74. These easter pops are absolutely adorable. You have inspired me in the kitchen although my husband wouldn’t agree. All I do is make cupcake pops for every occasion! I came up with a pop of my own and its a big hit for us moms with toddlers.
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas with us!!!

  75. I thought the chicks were cute….love the bunnies, too, but we don’t celebrate the “Resurrection Rabbit”….but the eggs…OH THE EGGS! THEY ARE PERFECT! I will definitely be trying them for our Resurrection Sunday Celebration!!!! Thanks so much for sharing! I ? Bakerella!

  76. They’re beautiful- the bunnies and the eggs!

    And I love strawberry cake. I made a strawberry cake yesterday for my sister’s burthday- yum!

  77. Awesome. You are talented.

  78. These made me smile!

  79. Piper saw the photos of the chick cake pops and LOVED THEM! I don’t dare show her the eggs and bunnies…I’ll never leave the kitchen!

    I was thinking about making Easter egg cake pops, but mine wouldn’t have been nearly as cute. Thanks for the tips and guidance!

    And I’m so glad you’ve come over to the Dark Side and embraced candy corn! It’s delish – any time of year!

  80. I made my first cupcake pops today…I think I am addicted! These cute little eggs are going to be next!

  81. I LOVE these!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  82. They just keep getting better and better! I have been so nervous to try cake pops. I know my kids would just LOVE them. Thanks for the ideas.

  83. I can’t handle the cuteness! I just love these easter pops, too adorable, really. :)

  84. Well, these are just adorable! I'm planning on attempting these for Easter…I'm a first timer :)
    I made Oreo truffles yesterday, my first attempt at using dipping chocolates. They were a lumpy, ugly mess, not nice and smooth like yours! I need some practice! They were good though & my famiy slicked them right down! Can't wait to try the cake balls and pops!

  85. so cute!

    idea…for the eggs, you could do a little cadbury affect and use some yellow cake for the yolk and surround with a white cake. forgive me for acting like you have all this extra time on your hands :-)

  86. made some festive cake balls for our bake sale @ work today – BIG HIT! Will definitely be making some easter cake pops!!!

  87. You are simply amazing! Your ideas never seem to stop coming! They are both too adorable!

  88. Cute!!! I have been checking all weekend to see if you had posted. I just couln’t wait to see what else you would come up with. I love them all. I purchased my ingredients this weekend not to get baking. Thanks!!!

  89. Those are SO adorable!! How did you get to be so creative??

  90. wow so creative n excellent ideas! the bunnies r ok cute but not as cute as the chicks, then the eggs…i see the whole body chick with feet that has some hair “feathers” stickin up!! hehe(in the blue bkground one)
    chicks r too cute!!!!!!!!!

  91. WOW! Just WOW! I’m glad I don’t have access to most of the needed ingredients here in Turkey or I would spend all of my time making these.

  92. These are the cutest things I have EVEr seen! I am going to attempt my first cake pops this week for my son’s second birthday (for him to bring to his daycare). Becasue there is NO way he will need 50 of them (or even 25 if I were to half the recipe!), I am wondering if they freeze well – I thought of making them and them doing some easter ones next week too… (with the left overs from this week)…

  93. They’re all so cute!


  94. Ooooooooohhhhhhh! How, how cute! Lovely! Really Lovely! Once more, thanks a lot for such a big dosis of imagination and creativity!

  95. Bakerella! Those are ding-dang cute as can be.

    I’m making some for Easter. :)

  96. omg! so, so freakin’ cute!!!!!

  97. My mouth is watering!

  98. Very cute! Thank you so much for the ifo on making smooth pops. I’ll try them again. Especially since it has been the only cake that my son has asked for more of.

  99. Actually, REAL, GOOD Candy Corn is made of honey.}:P

    Mmmmm candy corn….

  100. Ok, Bakerella… I didn’t read through all the comments, and maybe someone posted already. Forgive me if it’s duplicated. BUT if you LOVE Pay Day Candy bars, then you’ll LOVE, Candy Corn and peanuts mixed together…just pop a nut or two in your mouth with candy corn and BOOM instant Pay Day. Too bad it doesn’t pay out so well… ha! God Bless, I love this blog!!! ~HF

  101. These are so adorable. If I happen to visit my family in OH for the Easter neices and I will HAVE to make these so stinkin’ cute!! Thanks for the inspiration.

  102. beYOND adorable!!
    oh my goodness.
    i feel like printing pictures and just giving THOSE in easter baskets.

  103. So, so sweet! I have never seen pastel corn either. And yes, they are very yummy.

    What do you do with all your baking? I just don’t bake as much as I would like to because there are not enough people to help me eat it all.

  104. Love it, love it, love it.

  105. You are brillant! What a great Easter fest! You are great!

  106. Wow! These are just precious. You are too creative. I thought they chicks were precious, but thes little bunnies are giving the chickies a run for their money.

  107. Hooray for a double cake pop post! They are all so cute I can’t decide. You are right, those sprinkles are so pretty they hurt my eyes. Sparkly goodness!

  108. Cuteness overload!! I need to throw a party so that I can try some of these, otherwise I might just eat them myself. Just gorgeous!g

  109. I love these!!

  110. Love the eggs!! Hopefully I can get to the craft & pick up some candy melts so I can make these.

  111. I get so excited when I see a new post has arrived and this is why, as these are so darling!

  112. These are SO Cute!!!!!!!!!!! I am inspired! Thanks for the Monday am smile! Tabitha :0)

  113. The cuteness is almost too much to handle. :) Adorable!!

  114. ADORABLE!! Cannot wait to try!

  115. Your talent amazes me!

  116. Bunnies are adorable! But my favorites are the eggs! Can’t wait to try these.

  117. I second the candy corn and peanuts comment. That is a fall staple in my family.

    These are fabulous! I will find an excuse and make some soon…I must!

  118. oh my god. why are these so cute? oh wait I know.. its because they are from BAKERELLA!!!!!!!! i love them i tell you, i love them. i need to make all of these for easter, my relatives that are coming over better be ready to get FAT! P.S wrapped up in plastic baggies with pastel ribbon they are perfect for easter baskets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  120. the bunnies are definitely cute, but those chicks from last week still own my heart. cheers!

  121. They are adorable.
    Regards from Portugal

  122. These are adorable! My kids would love these!

  123. I love, love, love these! I’ll be making these for Easter!

    I tried the chick pops( and they weren’t nearly as cute as yours, but they were yummy. I made the Christmas tree pops ( at Christmas too and they were much easier.

    How do you keep the tops of the pops from getting flat after you put the stick in (you know after the sit in the freezer for a few minutes)?

  124. These are absolutely wonderful! I made the chickie pops this weekend and can’t wait to try these.. I’m going to hit up The Fresh Market tonight for that pastel candy corn. Thanks for the heads-up about that. :)

  125. These little pops are just too cute to eat!

  126. AWWW!!! Bunny pops with heart noses?! The cuteness factor just went up by 100%

    The picture with the poor bunny with a bite in his head is kind of upsetting though… ;)

  127. I am loving the eggs! I can’t wait to make them for Easter. Thanks for the great ideas.

  128. Holy Cow Pies!!!!! Those are adorable!!!!! I’d love to make them, but I’m not sure if my husband is ever going to let me near cake again, because…

    I made cake balls last night for the very fist time!!! Holy cow those buggers are like a heart attack in a bite! I had my family over and made sure everyone had one (they’re a little on the health concious side) before I told them how they were made. Ok so my kid sister ate 5 (or 6) I don’t know if she slept last night. My husband is taking the rest with him to work today, because he doesn’t want me eating them…lovely man.

    But seriously,they were so easy to make and they didn’t take near the amount of time I thought they would! I’m going to take these to every party I go to from here on out!

  129. So. freakin. cute!!!!!!!!!!

    I am obsessed with your cake pops. Thanks for all fo the creative ideas and designs!

    I tried to make spring flowers. Want to give me some pointers? They turned out better in my head…


  130. I’ve been hypnotized by their cuteness…take me to their leader…must have cake pops for easter…

  131. Stop, oh please, stop! I am obsessed, over the top for these pops! I can’t take the cuteness any longer!

    So, what’s on deck for tomorrow?

  132. HAHA!!! Love them!!! :-D

  133. I’m hypnotized by the pretty colors! 8)

  134. Oh wow! The eggs were so adorable. I know everyone has used the word but nothing else fits to describe them. The cuteness was indeed captivating.

  135. The bunnies are soooo cute! Love them!

  136. I’ve been wondering how you would do Easter bunnies! Great job! I’ve been experimenting too and have had lots of fun. Check out my creations!
    Thanks for posting this!

  137. I just LOVE your creativity, thanks for sharing!!!

  138. Love your blog, you are incredible, and the bunny pops,are so cute, i think they will invade my kitchen. My daugther is going to be crazy about this.

  139. Seriously – you are amazing. And these pictures are good enough to sell professionally, they’re amazing!

  140. Awesome! Those really make me hoppy! (I saw the Easter colored candy corn at the grocery store, they shouldn’t be hard to find.)

  141. EGG-ceptional!!!!

  142. I won’t say we’ll make these for easter, but I soooo want to :)

  143. You are unbelievable!

    Everytime you create a new Cake Pop, I proclaim – “These are the best” but this time……They ARE the best!!!!!

  144. Too much cuteness!

  145. I guess I am old enough not to be jealous of your talent – but inspired by your ability to try new things, challenge yourself, and us! I am not certain my gift will be in such lovely creations as yours, but to definitely follow my love (of whatever I finally decide that is) and do it with passion!

    These are jaw-droppingly adorable! You are so innovative! Thank you for sharing! (lots of exclamation points in this comment. :D)

  146. These are fantastic!

  147. wow, those are so cute! I can’t wait to try them. Thanks so much for sharing all your cute ideas :)

  148. All the Easter pops are so cute!
    You are so creative!

  149. I love them all! Great cake pops (so cute).

  150. So. I am in love with the Easter Egg Pops. I am definitely having an Easter Egg POP decorating party this year. That is WAY better than having a whole bunch of colored, hard-boiled eggs laying around afterwards!

    … and I SWORE it would be at LEAST a month before I made more pops. Is there a 12-step program for this?

  151. Amazing!! Very, very cute!

  152. I never thought the bunny pops would be as cute as the chick pops, they are incredible. Candy corn was always my halloween candy of choice, just remember to bite them down one color at a time!

  153. Truly amazing – both you and the pops!

  154. I’m so sorry you went without candy corn for so many years of your life! But you’re a believer now, and that’s what matters!

    I LOVE the Easter pops! But I find the one picture of the bunny with his side bit off a bit disturbing!

  155. Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!

  156. You went to town for Easter this year! Very cute!

  157. I should stop looking at this blog when I haven’t had lunch yet.

  158. OMG… after making cake pops for the first time this week, I hereby bow to your superiority! They are hard work, and yours are just gorgeous!

  159. LOVE the eggs!!! Seriously cute stuff!

  160. These are fabulous! You have been busy this week! Great job!

  161. No. Way. Quick! Someone call the cuteness police! :)

    Can't wait to try some cupcakes with this theme! Thanks for sharing Bakerella! <3

  162. These are fantastic! Those bunnies are awesome! AWESOME!

  163. cute cute cute! these will be perfect for Easter for the kids! The bunnies I love but I think are too much for me. Maybe the eggs :-)

    I’m so glad I came across your blog, I first saw the red velvet pops just recently and was so happy that I browsed through more.

    These pops will be perfect for someone like me who doesn’t really bake. I don’t have to worry too much as to how the cake will look like since I’ll have to crumble them anyway lol.

    Thanks. YOu are so sweet and generous!

  164. Unbelievable! I’m beyond inspired!!! Thanks for the cuteness ;)

  165. soooo cute!! i love everything u come up with!! THANKS 4 sharing!!

  166. Oh my! the cuteness is almost too much! MY daughters and I attempted cake pops for the first time last weekend and it was a hit. Thank you for sharing your talents with us!!!

  167. Bakerella! I just LOVE these! My son is going to go bonkers when he hears we’re going to make them. He is addicted to Sprinkles’ strawberry cupcakes and now loves anything that’s strawberry flavored. Even strawberries. :) Thanks for all your hard work, you are an inspiration!

  168. These are so precious I could cry!! Fortunately, I’m coming off a weekend of making puppy pops (for the first and last time ever), so I don’t have *too much* of an urge to rush into the kitchen and make these!!

  169. OMG those eggs are the cutest things ever!

  170. You are so talented!

  171. Candycorn + peanuts = Yummy… My fall favorite!

  172. Major cuteness!

    Have you ever tried them with real chocolate (rather than the melted wafers?) Im making them with tempered chocolate, but would love some tips if you have done them this way.

  173. I LOVE ALL your Easter pops! You are soooo creative… congratulations and keep the pops coming :)

  174. So wonderfully clever. I am always thrilled to see a new post! We will be trying our hands at these this summer when the girls and I can have fun in the kitchen together. ~Kelly

    unDeniably Domestic

  175. O.M.G. Could these cake pops get ANY cuter?
    You are just so talented and creative!!

    Robin :o)

  176. Oh my goodness, the egg pops are even more adorable then the bunny pops! I love it!

  177. You are amazing! So PW had mentioned that your boss had no clue of what you did after work nor that you had a blog with such a huge following! So, what industry are you in? Is baking simply for fun? You would be so successful in your own business! So glad that you share all these awesome creations and tips with us! hugs from Nancy of conroe, tx!

  178. I LOVE THESE!!And I MIGHT just have to attempt them.Thank you for showing us how!

  179. I love these and the chicks equally, but I’m going to have to do some serious decision making when it comes time to actually making them. Which ones, or BOTH?!

    Keep up the good work; I love them!

  180. Oh my goodness!!! I just love the eggs!!! They are so cute!!!

  181. Wow, those are too cute!!!

  182. HOW do you DO IT?! Look at those little bunnies. So clever, and yet so familiar. And…so ready for me to bite their little ears.

    THANK YOU for your coninued ideas. You amaze!

  183. I love both of these, the candy corn idea is genius!

  184. OMHECK!!! These are the cutest things ever!!!!

  185. Bakerella, you are amazing! I made cake balls and need to perfect the tapping to get them smooth so I can make all the cute ones you make – they are SOOO precious!!!

  186. I LOVE the bunnies – sooo cute. Wow.

  187. These are soo cute!I’m gonna have to try them!

  188. so incredibly fun! i just wish i had time, time, time!

  189. Oh my goodness, these are almost too cute to eat!!! Well, if that were even possible – cause it looks equally yummy!!!

  190. I love the eggs. They are soo cute. Now I want to make some despite the production.

  191. And I thought the chick pops were cute – now I need to make bunnies! Pity Australia has not even heard of candy corn….and our candy aisles leave a lot to be desired…

  192. Bakerella…you are just too cool! Loving the bunnies AND the eggs! Looking at your blog just makes me so happy! :)

    The "bunny corn" ears are so adorable! Here's something else that will make you appreciate candy corn (I was never a big fan until trying this). Mix them with peanuts! Really! Oh, the sweet & salt…so good!

  193. Oh I can’t wait to do this next weekend! Thank you!

  194. Oh Bakerella how adorable might have to make them..DD will love you for it.My hips not so much.

  195. And I thought that your pops couldn’t get any cuter after I saw the chicks. I was DEFINITELY wrong! :D

  196. the eggs are pure genius. i don’t think i would ever be able to accomplish that. haha

  197. How adorable are these!!! Very Easter festive! Love them, Thanks for creating and teaching us how to!

  198. OMG!! These are making me giggle!!I needed a giggle today, thanks!!

  199. The bunny pops are BEYOND adorable!!! I really want to make them…NOW.

  200. You are so creative! These are adorable! :)

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