Happy Poppy Halloween!
It’s Halloween. Let’s celebrate with cake pops.
Check out the ones below from the Pop Stars Section.
Have a sweet and spooky day.
Pop Star: Joey in Washington
Creepy, crawly and cute spiders.
Pop Star: Erika in Minnesota
Great assortment. Great job recreating the cat and owl from the book.
Pop Star: Christine in Illinois
Perfect pumpkins. Love the faces and the spooky Hello Kitty pops are too cute!
Pop Star: Lara in California
Adorable one-eyed monsters.
Pop Star: Melanie in New Jersey
Your trick or treaters are fantastic. Such a creative idea.
Pop Star: Alina in New York
Oooh. These are spooky. Love the boney fingers on the gravestone.
Pop Star: Wendy
The smiles are super.
Pop Star: Crystal in Hawaii
Wonderful display. The bats are so cute.
Pop Star: Lauren in Colorado
Great use of little cookie cutters on these.
Pop Star: Michelle in the United Kingdom
I like the way you presented these Michelle.
Pop Star: Angie in Florida
Bone sprinkles. Yay!
Pop Star: Sibarita in Florida
Excellent piping on the vampire hair.
Pop Star: Karla in Missouri
Great variety. Love your mummy.
Pop Star: Pamela in Washington
Pop Star: Deborah in Texas
These are simple and perfect.
Pop Star: Jennifer
I love this cake so much.
Pop Star: Gina in California
Not sure if I could eat one of the three blind mice, but this assortment is super.
Pop Star: Taria in California
Spookified characters. Great details.
Pop Star: Anju in Canada
Love the heart sprinkles for Dracula’s fangs.
Pop Star: Linda
Pop Star: Amie in Texas
Pop Star: Wendy in California
The spider pops are superb. Love the web piping.
Pop Star: Kristi in Washington
Pop Star: Beki in Minnesota
Pretty pumpkin patch.
Pop Star: Natalie in California
Bride of Frankenstein. Love her.
Hope you enjoy these treats. Let me know if you made some, too.
Remember, you can upload your own photos to the Bakerella Flickr photo group. I’ll periodically pick pops to add to the Pop Stars section. And by periodically, I hope it will be more often than I have been recently. (I’m definitely behind.)
When you upload photos, just make sure to include your name, state or country and a caption on the photo so I can include that info with the post. For instance, there are many photos in the flickr group that I would have liked to show, but didn’t have that information included. And I would like to give credit instead of just showing the photos. Thanks!