I stumbled across your site a few months ago and I was so inspired by your creativity that I just had to try my hand at making some cake pops of my own! My friend was having a beach-themed bridal shower and I decided to make some pops keeping with that theme. I did two different flavors (red velvet and golden butter) and distinguished them by having two different marshmallow fondant toppers, starfish for the red velvet and shells for the golden butter. I dipped the pops in Nilla wafer “sand’, topped them off, and arranged them in my own little beachy display. Thanks for being such an inspiration!
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Beautiful! What did you use for the stand? It looks like sand but I’m curious as to how you got the pops to stand? Was thinking of a similar idea for a bridal shower.
Mira que bonitos !!
Thanks for all the compliments! Yes, the marshmallow fondant toppers were homemade, I did a brief write-up on my mom’s cooking blog (of course making to sure to give lots of credit to Bakerella’s genius in the post) if you’re interested in making them too: http://www.thesaucygourmet.net/2011/06/sugar-rush-on-stick.html
Danielle, She made the marshmallow toppers herself. They were amazing!
where do you get the marshmallow fondant toppers? iv been searching online for and hr now :p..help
oops didnt see that you used Nilla wafer “sand’ thanks!
what did you use for the sand??? I cant find sanding sugar that matches that color.
To Megan: Candy melts come in all different colors also you can use candy coloring which is made out of oil to color white chocolate melts.
here is Wiltons chocolate melts. http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?sku=pg_candymelts
I’m new to the cake pop world. Can someone please explain what the blue is around the cake? I get how to make the balls. And I know you can just melt regular chocolate to put around them, but how do you get it blue?
I *love* these!! Such a great idea and so pretty!
Wow, these are beautiful!