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Mini Minions

Minion Cake Pops

Despicable Me 2 is coming out soon (July 3, that is) and I made these mini Minions for the movie release. I was super excited to be asked to make them because I know a bunch of you have wanted decorating ideas on these in the past.

So here goes. I hope you like them.

Cake Pops

Crumbled cake. Frosting. Mixing. And shaping. You guys know the drill.

But if you don’t, I have a link at the bottom of the post for the full instructions on how to make them.

Minion Cake Pops

But pictures are way better, right.

Cake ball shapes

Okay, here’s a little tip I want to share on shaping. I think it really helps to get smoother edges. After you roll your mixture into evenly sized cake balls, you can use wax paper to help shape. I do this all the time for shapes that need sharper edges like boxes and such. You can simply slide the shape along a wax-paper covered surface and rotate.

And in the case of cylinders like these, start the shape of your cake ball cylinders by hand and then roll them up in a strip of wax paper. Twist the ends and then squeeze together while rolling on a flat surface to get smooth sides. It really works great.

Yellow Candy Coating

After your cake balls are shaped and chilled until firm, it’s time to dip……

Despicable Me 2 Cake Pops

And decorate! The fun part.

Hi Carl, Tom and Tim!

Candy Eyes

I found these candy eyes in two sizes and they made making the minions a blast. I found them at Hobby Lobby if you have one in your area, but you can also use white M&M’s, candy necklace pieces or even piped white coating for a similar look.

My first plan was to use the eyes like you see them, but I ended up turning them over instead. For two reasons… one, the Minions’ eyes are brown with black pupils so I could use the solid white side to draw on them. And two, if you turn the smaller eyes over, the backs are flat instead of curved and it looked more like their goggles were really raised off of their faces that way.

I know. Overkill and you can totally use the black sides and they will still look cute. But I wanted to try and make them look as close to the original as I could. Because I’m crazy.

Minions

To decorate…

  • Dip in yellow coating and before the coating dries, attach a candy eye on front and insert some black or chocolate jimmies on the top for hair.
  • For the goggles, you can use licorice strings to make the bands. Just cut to the length you need and attach to the pop with candy coating and let dry. Or pipe bands with black tinted candy coating.
  • When dry, you can paint the rims on the goggles using silver luster dust and a small brush.
  • For the overalls, gently twist the Minions off the stick so you can take them for another little dip. Submerge the bottom fourth of the minion body into blue candy coating and let dry.
  • To finish the overalls, pipe the bibs on front using a toothpick or squeeze bottle and more blue candy coating. Use a toothpick to quickly smooth the surface before it dries. Then pipe the straps starting at the top of the overall bib.

Minion Cake Pops

Super cute.

  • To finish decorating, draw eyes and a mouth with a brown edible ink pen. Then, complete the eyes with a black pen and dot the pupils with white candy coating. (Here’s another tip when it comes to drawing on candy coating with an edible ink pen. You can use a toothpick to gently scrape it off the surface of the pop. Doing so can help you create straighter lines if you mess up while drawing. You can also use a toothpick to shave away candy coating and make smoother edges or straighter lines. Just don’t press too hard.)
  • You can totally stop there and they will be awesome, but if you are compulsive and crazy like me, you can add more detail to your Minions.
  • Use a toothpick to apply yellow coating in a line on the side of each pop for arms and add a black confetti sprinkle attached at the end for gloves.
  • Apply two dots of blue coating on the bottom of each minion body and attach two coated black sunflower seeds for shoes.
  • Draw on two black dots for overall buttons with your edible ink pen and attach a black confetti sprinkle on the overall fronts. Use a toothpick dipped lightly in blue coating and draw a G on each confetti sprinkle for their patch. Again. They’ll be just as sweet arm and legless and you won’t be hairless by the time you finish. : )

Despicable Me 2 Cake Pops

Minions! Yay!

But I also made something more from the movie.

Cake balls

I started with these shapes.

Circles. Easy enough.

And really rounded cones. You can use the wax paper trick for those.

Agnes Cake Pops

The balls became little Agnes.

So adorable. And these are neat because I only used one candy to decorate. The rest was all melted candy coating. So you can do a lot with a little.

Agnes

  • To create Agnes, make a small indention in the front of each ball. It’s all about details. The impression will help them look more like faces instead of round balls. Dip them in candy coating tinted using white and pink or peach to create a flesh color.
  • For her ponytail, I used licorice strings again, cut into short pieces. To make it easier to attach, I made the ponytails first by dotting some black candy coating on wax paper and attaching the licorice. This made the ponytail one unit and it was much easier than trying to attach the pieces on the top of the rounded pop.
  • When the ponytails are ready, dip the top of each Agnes’ head in black candy coating and attach her ponytail right on top before the coating dries.

Agnes Cake Pops

  • For her sweet little face, draw eyes and mouth with a brown edible ink pen. Draw on eyebrows and dot on eyes and eyelashes with black candy coating and a toothpick.
  • Add bangs using a toothpick dipped in black candy coating to draw on hair. This will tie in the look to the licorice pieces, too.
  • Then dot on noses and ears with more flesh tinted candy coating and make her hair band by drawing on red candy coating.
  • Give her sweet little cheeks by brushing on dry pink luster dust.

Now Agnes wouldn’t be complete without her favorite stuffed animal.

Want to see?

Unicorn Cake Pops

It’s so fluffy!!!!! Or yummy in this case.

Candies

For the unicorn, I used candy corn… sixlets for eyes and hair, sunflower seeds for ears and confetti sprinkles for tongues.

Let me show you.

Unicorn candy corn horns

For the unicorn horn, I had some pastel colored candy corn and cut them in half. Then I painted the bottoms with gold luster dust. Painting the bottoms first is helpful so you don’t get luster dust on the head if you paint them after they are dipped. And you can use other candy corn colors, too since you are painting over them.

Unicorns

The ears were sunflower seeds attached to the cake ball shape, so when they were dipped it created one overall shape.

After dipping, immediately attach the horn, eyes and insert the tongue.

When dry, attach sixlets to the back for hair using melted dark pink candy coating. The sixlets work great and give the hair substance.

Then you can finish painting the horns with luster dust.

Unicorn

To make them look more like a main, use the pink candy coating (Merckens brand) and draw on the surface of the candies. Drag the toothpick through to simulate hair.

Unicorn Cake Pops

Voila. Unicorns with big voluminous manes.

Want to see one more.

Did you know there are new minions in this movie. Evil ones. Eeek.

Evil Minion Cake Pops

I only made one of these but, it’s basically the same idea as the yellow minions, but with different colors, gnarly teeth and crazy hair.

Despicable Me 2 Cake Pops

Despicable Me 2 Cake Pop Instructions

Enjoy! And I can’t wait to see these guys on the big screen.

Munched Minion

Hey, who did that?!?

 

Disclosure: I was compensated to make Despicable Me Cake Pops for the upcoming movie release. I love these little guys though and I only make things on the site that I think you’ll enjoy, too. I hope they make you smile.

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265 comments on “Mini Minions”

  1. Awwww!!!

  2. Oh wow! That’s incredible cute. You’re really cake pop guru. I also did some minion related bakes. Hover my blog and see :)
    Minion swiss roll: http://www.hankerie.com/2013/08/minions-swiss-roll-with-green-kiwi.html
    Minion macaron: http://www.hankerie.com/2013/07/minion-macaron-specially-designed-by.html

  3. so cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Do you sell and ship these?

  5. That is too cute. I am going to try and make these for my sons birthday next year. I am amazed by your work.

  6. Your a cake pop god! Your absolutely make the best cake pops ever! LOVE EM!

  7. I really enjoyed your tutorial on the minions i needed to know how to make them..thanks i have a question for you the luster dust do mix it with anything like water, or any flavored extract?? thanks Carmen A

  8. Do you get any cut from me clicking on a Wilton link and buying something? If so, good. If not, get on that because I specifically came to the Mini Minions to buy licorice strings from clicking through your site.

    :D <3

  9. I am practicing over and over! Your talent is amazing! They’re soooo cute but it is SO hard, and you make it look easy so I actually try and make them as opposed to just saying I will. Off to scrap the jumbled mess balls and stick to just rolling them in sprinkles lol

  10. How long did it take u to make just the minions ?

  11. You just officially became THE COOLEST PERSON on the planet, EVER! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!! :D

  12. Your so talented love your ideas thanks for sharing your awesome talent :)

  13. Would like to make these in advance could I find out how to store them in a humid country I live in malaysia

  14. Hi Stef,

    I live in Malaysia and it is very very hot and humid would these keep well in the fridge after decorating? As I would like to do them in advance for my little girls party please advise on storage options as soon as u can
    thank you very much

  15. How do you get the candy coating so smooth and to stay on the cake pop? mine didnt melt corrrectly and wouldnt stay on the cake pop

  16. These minions are adorable!

  17. These are awesome! They look delicious too!

  18. Nice cake pops. Im sure you spent so many hours to create therm.

    I would like to share my minion cake as well, but this one is made of fondant .please visit my blog: http://www.katzsweettreats.blogspot.com/2013/08/my-minion-cake-just-last-week-i-have.html

  19. Fantasticos despues de los muppets creo que son los mejores que he visto en tu pagina gracias por tus turorials

  20. Fantasticos despues de los muppets creo que son los mejores

  21. u. are. a. GENIUS. they are perfect! its so hard to get cartoons expressions just right but u do it every time!

  22. what brand of blue candy melts did you use to get that color for the overalls?

  23. how did you do those?

  24. They are so cool. I want some

  25. OMG these are awesome. Doubt I am skilled enough to make them though.

  26. They are amazing!!

  27. OMG mini minions. My son will love these. I wonder if I can buy them from a local store – save me making a mess ha ha

  28. esta bknn

  29. Your work is perfect! What else can I say? Very creative!

  30. This makes me want to change my sons birthday theme. You are something else bakerella! Excellent work!

  31. Me has regalado una gran fascinacion, y sonrisas al ver las fotografias de tus adorables Minions. Admiro tu talento!

  32. wow cute but it seems alot a work for 1 cake pop im going to make a video on youtube of baby faced cake pops its going to be cute

  33. I had to email this page to my daughter…Despicable Me is one of her favorite movies and she is in love with those little minions! We are actually going to attempt making these guys! ADORABLE!!!!!! You are so talented! Thanks for making me smile today…your photos are awesome!

  34. do u add something to the candy melts to thin it out , my always thick an lompy. ty

  35. These are nothing short of amazing!!! Love the little Agnes character! Great job :)

  36. Art comes in all forms and this is truly the best kind…edible!

  37. Hi. I would like to know how much it costs for the minion cake pops. Can you do a cake or cupcake as well? I’m interested in ordering for August 2. Do you do delivery? Where is your exact location? Thanks!

  38. I can’t wait to make these. They are so CUTE!

  39. These are the cutest things I’ve ever seen! I envy your talent! Amazing job.

  40. You are just amazing!! These are way too cute!!!
    BRAVO!!

  41. I love these.
    Questions about the candy coating….I have heard there is a difference between Merckens and CK Merckens. Which is it that you use?
    Thank you!

  42. I <3 these ! they are sooo cute! I'm just a begginer at cake pops and ur blog rlly helps

  43. Amazing!

  44. So cute..thanks for sharing :)

  45. Hello… I’m interested in the minions. I am having my son a despicable me party and I would love to have your cake pops as a centerpiece of the dessert table.

  46. This would be perfect for children. I recently watched Despicable Me 2 in the theaters with my family, and the kids just loved these critters. I had laughs to when they do their very funny shenanigans. I will totally try this for the kids. Thank you for this awesome post.

  47. this is so awesome! really want to make it! gonna be a wild party!!!

  48. wow so creative….but i want to know what kind of icing you use to dip the pops into plsss…is it royal icing or buttercream icing? do share the recipe plssss plsss

  49. You are truly a amazing lady, I love your craziness you put your self inside the kids minds and that makes it very sucecful . Look forward to more of your creations.

  50. I was wondering if I could order these despicable me pops from you for a birthday party I am throwing in August. It would probably be somewhere between 20-40, but that is just a guess for now, we JUST NOW decided to do the party in this theme and these pops would be perfect!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE consider this order as I would really appreciate it! Email me back once you have decided and I look forward to your response!
    Thanks!
    Lindsay

  51. WOW!! These are unbelievable! I’ve been wanting to do these for a while, but I had the worst time with the coating! =( How do you get it to be so smooth? I used yellow Wilton Candy Melts and when I tried to microwave slowly, it burned partially and turned this horrible brown. Then I tried melting them in a bane marie, and they melted, the consistency was just not what I needed. It was not runny enough, so when I dipped the cake, it came with this big layer of gooey, fudge-like coating… it was also very uneven… I got really frustrated, and I know I should have tried something else but I was beat. I wonder if you do something else or use a different coating to get that really smooth look. Thank you so much! I love all your recipes :)

  52. Haha, those are all so adorable! I love ’em!!

  53. OMG…. I LOVE THESE!!!! You are soooo talented!!!!!!!!!! Your creativity rocks!!!!!!!!! LOve LOVE LOVE!!!

  54. So cute… je les adoOore, je suis fan fan fan !
    Encore bravo pour ces adoOorables minions à croquer, comment ne pas résister, ils sont merveilleux.
    BRAVO encore encore pour ces fabuleux cake pops
    LOVE LOVE LOVE

  55. These are so adorable. I stumbled across them looking for an image of the evil minions for my sisters project…she makes hats and then donates them to cancer patients: http://hatsfromtheheartmyjourneyjournals.blogspot.com/. Anyhow, I simply love these, and had an idea/question for you…Do you think it would be possible to do the hair of the evil minion with purple cotton candy?

  56. You are absolutely extraordinary!!! Congratulations!!

  57. This is why you are the queen of pops! Thank you for sharing your awesomeness!

  58. These are amazing! You are really talented and I really enjoy your blog :)

  59. Love these minions, so cute! I adore your work and the details are just amazing :)

  60. These are amazing! YOU are amazing.

  61. awww, adorable!

  62. I don’t think I can eat them though…they’re just way too cute to be eaten! you’re awesome as always, Bakerella :)

  63. Hi ,i think you are a genius with cake pops,can i have a request ,please make Tigger from Winnie the pooh cake pops.

    Thanks

    Gloria

  64. So fragging cute!!!! I wish you made a video on these so I an do it too. Thanks for sharing

  65. Hi

    Just letting you know that I featured this post on my blog here http://stringingpopcorn.com/2013/06/24/seven-sites-on-a-sunday-3/

    If you would like me to take any of it down, let me know.

    Regards,

    Kirsten

  66. These are amazingly awesome. Love them to pieces, though they are way more work than I currently have time for.

  67. Oh my gosh! – these are so cute I want to die! OK, not really, but the minions are my favorite cake pops ever! I love your work, you are truly gifted and a very fun person. Thanks for making life a bit more fun. I am going to make some cake pops with my boys (6, 7, and 8) this summer (I am pretty crazy too!) and will definitely have to try these!

  68. I really admire your work… you’re fantastic!!

  69. Congratulations on the work of the Minions, is spectacular and they are perfect. It’s the first time I see a beautiful work. Congratulations and keep well.

    Greetings.

  70. shut. up. You had me with the minions then you stole my heart with they uni-corn (yes, that came out of my head in two distinct syllables like the carnie in the first movie!!).

    You rock. Thank you for the eye candy ;)

  71. You are shear magic with baking. You sprinkle a little sugar, flour and wha-laa a character comes to life. I so love it! I got a new job and I am gone most of the day most of the blogs have gone to the way side but I gotta say not yours! Even though, I don’t make the things you do. It always brings a smile when I see what you have created. A miniature life form! Pure Artistry! Thanks for the entertainment!

  72. LOVE minions! How cute are those?!

  73. ok i have come to a conclusion that you are just not human because no human being can do all that..lol..all kidding aside you are a remarkable and talented woman, thank you for sharing your talent :)

  74. New to this amazing site.
    Can someone tell me what the candy coating is? Is it melting chocolate or…?
    Also how does she make it? Ive searched the site a bit and cannot find it.
    Help please?

  75. I can’t believe how far you’ve come from the first posts I used to read on your blog site. These pops are amazing (along with everything you do)! I am terrible at dipping cake pops (they always get too heavy and fall off the stick) but you still inspire me to keep trying.

  76. How freaking adorable! Man, they look like the real things. You are soooo talented, girl!

  77. You are amazingly talented! And you have infinite patience! Can’t tell you how much I love these!!

  78. I found these extremely cute and had to try them myself! But I couldn’t even get to the finishing step as everything was so difficult! First off finding all the different parts was a pain as I had to go to many stores and painting the silver on was hard to make perfect lines even when I used a toothpick…
    I became confused how the cake pops would be able to stay on the sticks when every time I dipped them into the chocolate which eventually became really frustrating and I eventually gave up. These are very sweet but the whole process to make them made me never want to try to make cake pops again because of the difficulty and tough directions.

  79. What kind of edible markers do you use? I can not find any that work well on chocolate. Please help! It is so frustrating!!!

  80. Way amazing! Such talent :)

  81. ew

  82. LOVE these so much! You are amazing!

  83. Oh my gosh the Uni-corn is awesome! You did a great job, thanks for sharing! We can’t wait to see the movie. I have to be sure to NOT let my daughter know that these even exist otherwise, I will be begged to make them! Way to go and thanks for posting!

  84. These are too cute. Would love to see you make Monsters University Cake pops. Thanks.

  85. These are a true work of art! Absolute perfection!

  86. These are by far my favourite cake pops! Awesome job! Can’t wait for this movie!

  87. I’m so excited for the movie, these are so cute!

  88. Ack, these are adorable. I can’t wait for the movie to come out!

  89. Awesome!!! You have the cake pop gift, thanks for sharing with us”

  90. I love minions. These are A D O R A B L E !!! You have a special talent. Thank you for sharing your genius with us. I really enjoy reading your blog.

  91. Every cake pop was perfect! I totally understand the “eyes”. I used Smarties and colored the outside silver to make the goggles! Thanks for sharing!

  92. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the so fluffy unicorns and Agnes. You are truly incredible. I understand what it feels like to share your gift with so many people. I view your site daily waiting on your next treat. Congratulations on the gig to create the minions. Thank you so much.

  93. Oh my gosh you have no idea how much I love these!! My son and I are obsessed. Thanks so much for sharing. They are adorable!!!

  94. Oh my gosh! We LOVE Despicable Me around here… we watch it several times a week and I can quote the entire thing. My kids would FLIP if I showed them these… and then demand that I make them. :) Amazing detail work. I just love these. And evil minions! I can’t wait for this movie to come out!

  95. OMG!!!! Those are so cute! I have to make some of these! :)

  96. Those are so amazingly cute! But, I think I’ll stick with letting you make them, and not try to do it myself–I can just see the frustration and imperfection waiting to happen ;)

  97. Goodness. Who would ever think these little works of art are made of cake and candies? They’re brilliant!

  98. Your creations never fail to make me smile Bakerella! You’re the best!

  99. Oh ! these r so so cute, ur very giffted !
    It was a delight reading ur post and the pictures , they make me happy ! xx

  100. WOW! Just knocked my socks right off! You are so talented and creative! Just LOVE this!

  101. Vraiment magnifiques (really so cute) Félicitations (congratulations)

  102. Bakerella, You amaze me with your creativity. Will you be making another book soon? I love your work!!!!

  103. wow! so cute and creative! you have amazing talent!

  104. Wow!! You are amazing!!! So creative. Congratulations and thanks for sharing!!

  105. Hey
    These sweet little cake guys took my heart away.. really wanna try them up.. Can you give me the recipe of these as to what all was mixed in crumbled cake…

    Waiting to hear back to try these sweethearts at my place…. <3

  106. I LOVEEEEEEEE THE MINIONSSS!!!! <3

  107. ok so where do you hide that cake pop factory at in your home? because OMG these look like they stepped outta the movie and went on a candy melt swim at your house! HOOOOOLLLLLLEEEEE SCHMOLLLLIEEEEEE! :>O
    sheer perfection.
    applause applause with 20 million encores please.

  108. These are so awesome! I loved the first movie & am super excited for the second, as I adore the minions & Agnes. The minion cake pops are definitely my favorite out of the ones you made though! And you’re right, Agnes just wouldn’t be complete without her favorite unicorns.

  109. These are mega cute! I love the minion’s overall’s and how some of them only have one eyes. I also think it’s cool how Agnes “hair” stick’s straight up, and how the evil minion look’s just like the other good ones, but is purple! Since you made a edible preview for this movie, it would be cool if you mad some for more upcoming movies. Like Thor 2 (Nerdy, I know!), Man of steel, or about Anna, the new Disney princess!~thanks!

  110. I am in AWE again!! Love ’em love ’em love ’em!! Have to give ’em a try…will see if I even come a tiny bit close to what you’ve done…amazing.

  111. Love them!!!!!

  112. Wow! They are LOVELY. I love them.

  113. Those are so cute! I was wondering if you were going to do any Monsters for Monster’s University that opens. My son loves that movie!

  114. Angie,

    I have followed your blog since you made your first cake ball… with the discovery of tiny paint brushes you have become brilliantly flawless in your execution of characters- perfectly recognizable! Brilliant!

  115. Soooo adorable! Love them!

  116. My 3yo loved the pictures of these!! She exclaimed “Despicable Mes” She thinks that what the minions are called! :0)

    Thank you for making me not only smile, but for a cute memory of my daughter! She is handing me the iPad asking to see the Despicable Mes! :0)

    They are amazing your creativity is endless!

  117. Holy heck! That is just too crazy. You have the patience of a saint.
    Amazing..as usual! :)

  118. OMG speachless !!!!!!!

    you are amazing

  119. I’m sure I will never make these, but I am DEAD right now. You are a goddess!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  120. I totally love. These guys my dd favourite movie. So my next project I plan o taking her to the theatre to see it these would be an awsome after. Movie treat

  121. You are soooo talented.

  122. You rock!! These cake pops are incredible!! I love that you get requests to do these. And am always in awe of your artistic talent. I love the minions and I love, love, love that you also did Agnes and the unicorn!
    Made me smile on a Monday! :) Thanks for sharing.

  123. Its so fluffy I could Die! These are so Adorable I could die!! Awesome job! Love Minons :)

  124. These are so cute!

  125. You just made my day :-) Awesome!

  126. Adorable! You are so creative and talented :)

  127. waa! it’s so cute!

  128. Love! These are the cutest things ever! I want to see the movie while eating them. ;-)

  129. Oh my! These are the most amazing yet. You’ve seriously out done yourself. I love them. I wouldn’t want to eat them. Haha. Can’t wait for the movie to come out. Totally excited.

  130. they look awesome as always! Your the cake pop queen Bakerella!

  131. Those are so freaking adorable!

  132. Wow! These are truly amazing, I will have to try these sometime. These are super creative!

    – Piece Of Cake

  133. Genius! I am seriously speechless at how talented you are!

  134. Omg! they are so life like! You have a great talent at art and especially getting all of the details right! they look so yummy to, this sounds mean but I just want to bite of its head!

    Please can you check out my website, I am new to the food blogging scene and it would be great to get some advice!

    http://ideallysweet.blogspot.co.uk/

  135. It’s so fluffy!!

  136. Love your creativity! Amazing! I wish I had the time a patience. My son would love these little guys. This is his favorite movie.

  137. “Bo be dough?” Sorry, couldn’t resist a little minion-speak. These are beyond darling – and a wonderful work of fine crafting. Congrats on creating munchable minions that are too cuuuuuute to eat!

  138. OMGGGG! Wow these are amazing! I can’t believe you made the unicorn too! I love it! You are so unbelievably talented!

  139. You are just AMAZING!!!!!

  140. These are OUTRAGEOUS! So dang cute. Your artistic eye and precise execution knock me out every time. FANTASTIC!!!!

  141. I LOVE Despicable me and I can’t wait for the new movie! I love all your designs especially the unicorn! Did you know that the producers of Despicable Me wrote an entire language for the minions called Minion-ese? Each word they say translates to an actual English word. So cool!

  142. Angie, you are truly the design master of cake and icing. Your latest creations go beyond words in the dessert world. This is art….edible art …too adorable to eat but we will.

    Thanks for sharing your talents with us. Keep them coming.

  143. Thanks for sharing this! These are sooo cute:) Am going to attempt this with my teens, they love to bake and cook!

  144. Thank you!!!!! for giving a picture description of how these cute cookies are made…..I have always wondered how you get the cookies to look this the pictures…..Where do you get cookie cutters for different things/cut-outs? I would love to take a class from you…..:)

  145. The unicorns are so fabulous.
    I can’t wait to see the movie!

  146. Wow! You deserve an award for this! You deserve a special VIP ticket to Despicable Me’s block screening! These are so perfect!!!

    http://annescribblesanddoodles.blogspot.com/

  147. You are AMAZING! The minions, Agnes and unicorn….LOVE them! Love the movie and love your cake pops:)

  148. So adorable! I love the goggles on them!

  149. Cutest ones ever…and your attention to detail is amazing.

  150. OMG! These cake pops are absolutely amazing! You never fail to put a big smile on my face. The minions are adorable. My favorites are Agnes and her unicorn. You are amazing!!!! <3

  151. These are AWESOME!! I have to make some Minion cake pops for an order next week and am sooo glad you made this tutorial – brilliant idea turning over the eyes and using the backs. Really excited about making them now. You are an inspiration and I love making cake pops so much. With very best wishes from the UK, Helen x

  152. ANGIE!!! (<yes, I'm yelling.)

    ANGIE!!! These are just BEYOND cute! I mean, they are PERFECTION!!! Honestly I don't know how you do it. Spot on in every way…and the little Agnes and unicorn!!! Dying of cute over here.

    Your talent, creativity, and attention to detail know no bounds.

  153. I have recently watched the first part again and I simply looooove the minions!!!!!! Such a great idea :)

  154. Absolute awesomeness! The last photo was the icing on the cake (please excuse the pun!) I was in awe, then I saw the Munched Minion and had to have a good chuckle!
    Don’t get me wrong, no way am I making these! I’ve pinned them in the hope that someone might make me a set. The minions are soo like I imagined them in real life :-)

  155. Oh my stars. I love, love, love these!! You are so talented!! It is amazing!!!!!!

  156. You gotta be kiddin!! These are precious! As soon as my kids wake up they need to see these. I MISS you :) XO

  157. You are truly amazing and have such a gift! I love these!

  158. BEYOND AMAZING! :D …They picked the perfect person to recreate these cuties!!! :D

  159. Those are so cute!!!!! My boys would love them!!!!!!

  160. I love them they are adorable!!

  161. These are just too stinking adorable for words! I want that unicorn! And it has NOTHING to do with the fact that when I was 17 I had them all over my room! LOL. I wish I had 1/4 of your talent.

  162. Oh my goodness! Stunning, charming, cute – amazing! The detail and love that went into these – you are so crazy talented, Angie!

  163. They look so incredibly cute I couldn’t even eat them! I love these so much and I love baking, but I don’t have that kind of level of patience haha

  164. Aah! So adorable, bet they took a long time to get make and look perfect

  165. OMG you´re really something else. Your work is admirable! And your patience, too!

  166. Stop it, these are too adorable!
    Now that Twinkies are no loger available, I was worried that Minion desserts would suffer. I can’t looh at those guys and NOT think of little Twinkies.

  167. These are amazing!

  168. Fabulous! We always use any chance we get to say Agnes’ famous quote, “It’s so fluffy!!!”

  169. Absolute perfection! I loved Despicable Me and these cake pops make me love it even more. I can’t believe how perfectly you nailed each one of those characters. Ditto what the previous commenters have said… You’re amazing!

  170. OMG just the thing to make me smile :D

  171. You are crazy. Crazy talented. It’s always interesting to me to watch a master at work. I love those behind-the-scenes shows like “How it’s Made”. You are crazy good at cake pops and I appreciate you sharing your talent.

  172. Angie, these are absolutely AMAZING!
    I’ve got patience when it comes to cake pop decorating, but this ramps it up to a whole new level! What a fantastic job!
    You never cease to amaze me! I’m still loving your work after following you for over a year! <3 xo

  173. I just want to say absolutely AMAZING!! I’ve been wanting to try making minion cake pops and didn’t know where to start! Thanks for the great tutorial!! You are an inspiration!!!

  174. Make me SMILE?! I’m grinning from ear to ear! I love this movie! And especially the minions!!! I love the Agnes pop too!

  175. you are sooo talented- these are great!
    plus loved your disclosure on the bottom- i’m totally happy for you
    that you were compensated for these! WTG making yourself a fun business. wishing you continued success!

  176. OMG these are amazing I don’t know how you do it I love them I also love the first movie so can’t wait to see the second! The detail is amazing love it!!
    SOOOO FLUFFYYYY!!

  177. These are so adorable! I thought the minions couldn’t be beaten until I saw the unicorns!!!

  178. O. M. G. This is way too cute!! I love love love your attention to detail. How impressive are your skills!!!

  179. Ahhh they are so adorable!! Just wow. :D

  180. So Cute! They make me want to see the movie that much more. I can just hear them all talking to each other, thanks for sharing! :)

  181. I just wanted to say absolutely AMAZING!! I’ve been wanting to try making minions but had no clue where to start! Thank you for this wonderful tutorial! So creative!

  182. These are everything ,amazing of amazing ,they must have taken so long ,I love love love them …Muppets have been replaced these are my favourite …your a magical cake pop making genius .

  183. IT’S SO FLUFFY I COULD DIE!

  184. How do you do this? These are spot on perfect!

  185. screamssss!! How do you make them so similar? You are incredibly amazing.

  186. You have the patience of a saint and the mad skillz of . . . of . . . Monet! AMAZING!!!

  187. Mareen is right! You can’t eat these! These are way cute!

  188. these are way too cute to be eaten.

  189. OMG, they are really awesome! I always wonder how many hours you are spending on developing all those cute cake pops… And they always look so perfect and astonishing! I always fail when I try it, even with the easy ones. ;)

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