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”

  1. Happy independence day

  2. I think theese sweets are fantastic!! And also seems exquisite!! Fabulous!!!

    Nina di

  3. How do I make the actual cake balls for the inside?

  4. These are absolutely divine! I’m so glad you created cake pops…these will add a new flavor to my dessert tables.

  5. I am planning to make the eggs easter cake pops for my kids’s class Easter parties…. Which brand of sanding sugars do you recommend? They are all adorable!

  6. hi, im trying to find the bunny corn ears you have put on ur bunnys, but im having truble, please could you send me either a link or just some help to get ome asap,
    sue xx

  7. These are too cute! In case I wanted to make and sell some , what would be the shelf life?

  8. Unbearable – both the cuteness and your talent. Even a burn-down-the-kitchen baker such as myself ought to be able to get these done. The usual hat tip given at OCP: Easter Egg Cake Pops! :)


  9. i just wanted to post share this link with you…this girl is using some of your exact designs and selling them. It made me really mad because you’re so talented!

  10. Those are so cute. I made some myself. Very fun. That is true.

  11. Yay yay its easter day! oh yeah and the pops are a nice touch

  12. Oh yeah. Today is april 3, and I am getting kinect star wars today

  13. Hi! I love easter… obviously. I am doing these exact cake pops for easter… maybe. Looks like i will be 101. I just think it is genius to make the pops shaped like eggs. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. It took me forever to do this by the way.

  14. Really really cute! I’m going to test these out this week :)

  15. I really luv your chicks and bunny cake pops but was wondering if you could tell me where to find the pastel candy corn in australia or suggest an alternative product to use for the bunnies ears

  16. super cute, im making the egg cake pops for easter. i hope mine turn out as good as yours. :))

  17. These are so cute!! I was wondering where else you could get the bunny corn or what else you could use for the ears.I don’t have Fresh Market by me.

  18. hehe imma bring these to school to celebrate my birthday (easter!!!) ^.^

  19. I’m having terrible luck with my Wilton Food Writer markers, can anyone recommend edible markers that write on the chocolate?


  20. I can’t wait for my little girls to see your beautiful cake pops in their easter baskets, they’re going to love them!!! I know it!! thank you so much for such amazing ideas and congratulations you’re really great!

  21. i’d love to learn ur skills, they are truly awesome

  22. those loook real goood

  23. yum those look good

  24. I am having the most difficult time shaping the easter bunny heads…any suggestions? Please help!!

  25. Awesome!! The rabbit works for extra Easter magic. Also, had to mentioned on my blog.

  26. These are so cute! I love you Bakerella!

  27. Kelsey, the choclate cracks if you are too rough, or if there is not enough choclate thickened on. So this might help: try to be a little more gentle, or lay the choclate on more thickly. You might even like to try and smooth out the cracks, best of luck and happy Easter! :D

  28. I absolutley love these! They are sooo cute, im going to make them for easter but how do you make the shape with cake/

  29. how do you shape the balls

  30. I am a huge fan! I recently blogged about my attempt at making easter cake pops. They were delicious! Looking forward to trying out a few other designs. Thanks!

  31. you’ll probaly have to search but look for this web site and look for the easter bunny and the eggs.


  32. Bakerella – you rock and your work is perfect! Mine, on the other hand…work in progress. :) Over the past week I’ve made basic cake pops. Not too bad…..I have had a few cracks and a few where I pushed the stick too far and it stuck out of the top a little, but still fine. I have not tried thinning the candy melts, but that sounds like it would be easier. I really want to try the eggs, but I’m really nervous about shaping them…it seems like it is going to be so hard to get the shape. Also, I have yet to get 48…you must roll them pretty small.

    Hope you are feeling ok!

  33. Okay, I need help. I am making my “tester” bunny pops and am having problems. One the white choc bark isn’t coating smoothly. Does this have to ne the white candy melts? Have them too. Also the bunny heads are not holding up when I dip them. Does it make a difference if you refrigerate with the sticks in? And how big did you have success with the heads? Love tees treats and want to send them to school for Easter treats!!! Thanks!

  34. I seem to be having trouble every time I make my cake balls. When I dip them in the candy coating or chocolate it always seems too thick and it takes forever. I use a double boiler to melt my chocolate. Any suggestions?

  35. OK!! love these and must make!!! but 1 question…….I have never even heard of Paramount crystals??!!! where can you buy them at??!! thank you for sharing such wonderful ideas! you are #1 in my faves!!

  36. So I want to make the Easter egg cake pops…ive made a few other kinds with no issue, but im having trouble shaping these into egg shapes lol. any tips?

  37. Hi, I’m Julie and have just recently found “cake pops”! They are SO fun to make and the kids join in too. However, there should be a subtle warning, stating how addictive making these are. I woke up at 4am thinking of new ideas! Monkey Pops were my first attempt and then I turned right around and made Easter Eggs, I’d love to send you a pic of them, not sure how to get it to you. Thank you for all of the inspiration and step by step info!!!

  38. Your adorable “Easter Bunny cake pops” have been featured on our blog:

    Thank you for the wonderful inspiration!

  39. not too many crafts impress me but you do amazing work!!

  40. These are positively adorable. Can’t wait to make these with my family this Easter. Hope you are feeling better:)

  41. Bunny corn does make you happy… will be trying both the eggs and the bunnies for Easter pot luck at the office.

  42. hi i was wondering…what else could you use to make the bunny ears instead of the bunny corn?

  43. cutie tootie patootie!!! keep up the good work!

  44. So I’m STILL not sure how you do it. I’ve been following your blog for a while and tried to make cake pops but I fail miserably every time. I end up forgetting the pop idea and just making the pops without the sticks but even those come out lumpy and strange. I try to hide it by putting decorations on them to distract everyone. I’ve even read your comments about the dipping technique but I just had lots of trouble doing it.

    When I dip the cake into the chocolate, I’ve tried doing it with a fork but end up with a lumpy bottom with parts of the cake ball not covered in chocolate (the places without chocolate or too much of a thin coat are where the tongs of the fork were). I’ve tried doing it with my hands but then have these finger printed chocolate places on the pops. I’ve tried holding the pop on the sides, I’ve tried holding it on the bottom but it doesn’t work. I’ve even tried covering the places without chocolate with some more melted chocolate resulting in a bumpy messy ball of chocolate. When I tried making the pops, I thought I had tapped off enough of the chocolate, but as I let it dry, I noticed a small trickle of chocolate making it’s way down the lollipop sticks. What is your technique? I just can’t seem to do it and decided to finally ask the pioneer instead of trying to figure it out on my own! :)


  45. Wow!
    Oh my godness! It’s beautyful!

  46. Hey! I am trying to make these and I was wondering how come some of the chocolate cracks after they have dried! Some of them are just perfect..but some are also cracking. Any advice for me please?

  47. Wow! TOTALLY INSPIRING!!! Thanks so much for sharing! These are so adorable!!

  48. I think these are the cittiest things. I can.t wait to try them at school.

  49. hmmm…very yummi n funny

  50. Anonymous –

    1) shortening or paramount crystals.

    2) Americolor

  51. Oh no! I’m way behind on checking your blog! These are SO cute! I’ll have to remember them for next Easter.

  52. OH MY! These are so flippin cute!!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Oh…. and I just had an idea…what if you did ones that look like caramel/candy apples?!?!?!!!!!

  53. OOPS–I left out the “blogspot” in my url.
    If you want to see the porcupines (or maybe they’re hedgehogs), it’s

  54. I want to say thank you for all the info and tutorials on making cake pops! I finally took the plunge and made some for Easter – egg shaped with confetti dots (I made yellow and blue base color) and I made the yellow chicks. The kids loved them, the adults ooohed and ahhed and I told them about Bakerella. I forgot to take pictures though LOL!

    Thank you!

  55. Hi there!

    I was bringing a dessert to our family’s Easter dinner last week and intended to make a rhubarb crumb cake… until I saw these.

    So I made them! :) I had serious doubts in my 4-year-old’s choice of cake (Funfetti) but it worked! I did 48 (12 each of 4 colors) and the only ones left were 2 that I forgot to put out. Totally a hit! Thank you!

    That’s a photo. Thanks for the great idea. :)

  56. I made them! I did it! Not as egg-shapen as yours, but cute still.
    ALSO- because I’m a weight watcher, I used the “diet coke cake” method of making the cake balls (1 box chocolate cake mix + 1 can diet coke, bake as box says!) I only needed about 1/4 tub of frosting too. You have the patience of a saint for applying those lil polka dots around the eggs!

  57. I love these cake pops! My daughter and I tried to make them and we had some trouble. Two questions: 1) is there anyway to thin the candy melts so you can dip easier and 2)what is the best brand of edible marker to use? (We used Wilton and they didn’t work well at all.)

  58. Katie – they are sweet.

    Lisa – You might be able to just brush those off with your finger. Not sure why they were sticking so much.

    LWK – your bunnies are fabulous!

    Amy – porcupines need love too

    LisaInBeantown – thanks

    Leah – Great!

    Jeloso – It looks like you guys had fun!

  59. I loved these, me and the daycare kids did them today and they were a huge hit. Thanks so much for the great ideas, I have to admit the actual making the balls part was challenging for me so I’m glad I did that the day before. Here’s our attempts!

  60. I made some today and think they turned out pretty well for my first go at cake pops. Thanks for the twitter suggestions on storing them. I started with the cupcake bites and they turned out very cute (once I got them out of the mold). Check out my site for pictures of them all. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas!! I had so much fun!

  61. Love the bunnies and the eggs (chicks, too). I have made Cake Pops twice…using Martha’s [Stewart – who else?] One Bowl Chocolate Cake recipe and the homemade Cream Cheese Butter Cream Frosting…so yummy! Could call them heart-attack on a stick (I think it’s 4 sticks of butter between the cake and the frosting), but Cake Pops sounds so much more appetizing. Took them to a party and everyone loved them!

    To iri920 – I am all over the Star Wars Pops. My son turns 9 in May, so I have one month to come up with something. He loves the new Clone Wars series, so I have to look at those characters. Right now, I’m leaning towards Darth Vader. Chocolate cake, chocolate dip, relatively simple shape. I think R2D2 would be super easy too, but he’s (it’s?) not my son’s favorite SW character. Bakerella, any ideas?

    I so love your blog and your creativity. And thanks so much for introducing me to The Pioneer Woman! She’s amazing too!

  62. I tried so hard to make those bunnies and they looked terrible. I am no artist. So I was going to settle with egg cake balls (no sticks) decorated with almonds. Before I finished the first one, I decided that it was looking quite a bit like a porcupine, so I have now made Easter Porcupines!

    You should check them out:

  63. you are a genius! these are sooo cute… I tried making them for my niece the day after I saw this, I posted the picture on my blog:

    thank you so much, my niece loves them, even though mine are not nearly as pretty as yours!

  64. I’m making the egg pops right now and am having a bit of difficulty.. I shaped, dipped, and let dry. They’ve been dry for about 25 minutes. I painted on a line of corn syrup and sprinkled the sugar… But the sugar is sticking to the entire surface of the egg, not just the corn syrup. It’s hard to find the line where the corn syrup ends to kind of “help” the sugar off the un-syruped parts. Do you have any insight into what I should do? (regardless, they taste fabulous!! haha)

  65. they look amazing.. but are they suppose to be realllly reallly sugary. i felt a little sick after trying one. Or is it just my amazing cooking skills??

  66. Living Frugal & Loving It – no, round all the way. Sorry you had a tough time.

    Kristi – Yay! Success. I'm thrilled for you.

    Senora Lopez – good luck.

  67. I’m trying these with my nephews tonight. They are TOO CUTE!!

  68. I was a little hesitant to make the bunnies, cute as they were, because I didn’t have a definant shape for the head (no mold and not just a ball)and I don’t so well when I have to be creative on my own.I decided to give them a try anyway, along with the chicks. Oh my cuteness! By the end of the day I had a countertop full of super cute bunnies and chicks. I wrapped them up and they are definately being added to easter baskets this year. Love you! Love your ideas! Thank you for being so willing to share your creativity with the rest of us. :)

  69. Are these flat on one side? I tried to make these tonight and after an hour, I had 10 dipped and 2 decorated. So much for taking these to my daughter’s class. I’m making sugar cookies instead. =(

  70. Anonymous – thanks

    Leesa – are you kidding me! Fantastic.

    Jenna – very cute and so is your awesome play by play

    Buffie – they last for several days in an airtight container

    chris and jen owens – glad to help

    iri920 – hmmmm

    Anonymous – lady bugs. red melts. black confetti sprinkles for spots, junior mint heads.

  71. bakerella- i made the cute chicks (you can see them on my blog if you want to check them out) but i was wondering how do you shape the eggs? when i put my balls on a pan to chill before dipping i ended up with flat tops. Suggestions?

  72. how do you get the sugars to all stay in place – do you do them in batches and let the white harden, then do another line of “glue” to make the sugar stick?

  73. These are fantastic! I can’t wait to make some myself!

    P.S I love this site, I hope it’s ok that I linked to you from my blog?

  74. Bought supplies, baked the cake and let 3 teenagers try their hand. It was like Easter at Chernobyl-sort of mutant bunnies and eggs, but they had a great time! Thanks for the great ideas.

  75. I loved the Egg pops so much that I tried them. They are definitely harder than they look, but so much fun. I have learned a few lessons, and I will try it again. Have you ever thought about doing a “Cake pop-trouble-shooting” post. It would be so great if we could ask questions about things we did wrong.

  76. I am always amazed at the creativity you put into your designs for cake pops, and every time u amaze me.

    You have truly done it again that not only do I applaud you for your creations but also have to tell everyone that reads my blog about them.

    Bakerella to the world! :-)

    Thanks for sharing!

  77. You have a problem? I have a problem. I have tried making these cute little pops for days now to no avail. Well, some avail, but my results were less than appealing. they taste good, but they are butt ugly.

  78. Don’t stop now! MAKE MORE EASTER POPS. We love it.

  79. I love all of the pops that you make!! So wonderful!! I have to get up the courage to finally make them!! I have a question, do you think it would be possible to make cake pops in a rose type of form? Asking because my daughter is having a Belle(Beauty and the Beast) Party and I would love to hand these out instead of cupcakes!! Thank you for making such awesome creations!!

  80. Hey – I’ll try to help.

    Homemade or mix cake? The mixes are more consistent. If the cake was too oily that can also have an impact and could be why some is oozing out.

    Did it cool completely? It should be completely cool before you crumble.

    Were your balls firm or frozen when you dipped? If they are too cold when mixed with chocolate that is too hot, they can crack. You can try to redip them when they are dry.

    What kind of chocolate did you use?
    Candy coating/melts works better than the morsels/baking chocolate.

    Also, when you dip, make sure every inch is covered to help counter any oozing.

    I think, your best bet at this point would be to try and redip them. Reheat the chocolate and let it sit a few before you actually do the dipping.

    Good luck.

  81. Help, need Help, Advice, something. I just attempted to make the egg pops. and they are horrible.
    First, the mixture seems way too wet. what should the consistency be like? I used a whole cake and about 90% of a can of frosting.
    some of my egges cracked? the white chocolate cracked.
    And finally on some of my eggs they are oozing like a clear or brownish liquid.

    If anyone can help, I would really appreciate it. I want to make these for Waster next week,

  82. I am so inspired! I have visited your website many times, but I think I am mustering up the courage to give these a try. Thank you for all your creative ideas and for sharing them with all of us :)

  83. Very good blog about Easter bunny.
    Really creative


    Happy Easter to you and your visitors

    Prasad from

  84. Leesa – they are beautiful!

    Jenna – cute job and cute story!

    Buffie – yes, they last for several days.

    HPH – thanks!

    Tom and Valerie – great

    Anonymous – how about lady bugs. Black confetti sprinkles, red candy melts, licorice button heads?

    Charisse – see, i told you i don’t eat it.

    Michelle, Queen of Everything – I have.

    Crystal – If you make them the week before, you might want to freeze them. However, I’ve eaten some a week later but they are at their best about 2-3 days after they are made.

  85. Your recipes are amazing and quite possibly the cutest thing I have ever seen. I want to try making the egg cake pops for Easter but since I host dinner that Holiday, I would like to try and make them ahead of time. I see that you can keep them in an air tight container for a few days without a problem. I would like to store them for a week or so. Could I freeze them? Would that damage the chocolate coating at all? Thank you kindly!

  86. Have you seen the Wilton brownie pops? I’m convinced they copied you! I am taking a Wilton class and the teacher told everyone about your cake pops and then later, showed us the brownie pop pans and sticks. It’s an entire end display at my Michael’s.

  87. *gets on my knees*
    I begggggggggg beg of you to make a duck cake cake ball pop!


  88. AHHH! no don’t stop i love it!


  89. love love love love these!!!

  90. These are adorable! I am very impressed!

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