Spring Chickens

Easter Cake Pops

Here they are. The first of the Easter Cake Pops. I’ve had lots of requests over the last few days for these, so I spent some time working out ideas for you guys. I’ll show you the others in the coming days.

But for now, it’s… Chicks, man! (Pretend I’m Joel McHale from Talk Soup when you read that. It’s much more effective.)

Here’s how they look on pink.

Easter Cake Pops

On blue…

Easter Cake Pops

On yellow… (I love spring!)

Easter Cake Pops

…and green.

Easter Cake Pops

And here, I just played around with a few different designs.

Easter Cake Pops

I’m leaning towards just the head. But the little feet are so dang cute. And if the eggshells came off looking a little better, those might be the winner. Big head? Big bottom? All body? Or no body? Whatcha think?

Anyway, if you want to make some, follow the instructions for the basic cake pops.

You’ll need the following supplies:
Cake and Frosting
Yellow Candy Melts
White Candy Melts
Paper Lollipop Sticks
Black Edible Ink Pen
Styrofoam Block
Paramount Crystals
Rainbow Candy Coated Chips
Pastel Wild Flower Sprinkles
Diamond Shape Sprinkles


To decorate solid yellow chicks:

  • Once the round yellow candy covered cake pops are dry (again, basic cake pops instructions here), use a toothpick to dip into the melted candy coating. Dab a little dot of the coating where you want the beak to go. Then, just take one of the orange rainbow chips and attach it to the pop. It works like glue.
  • For the feet and wings, use the same technique to glue on the other sprinkle shapes.
  • Use the edible ink pen to draw the eyes.

Edible Ink Pen

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.

For the Chicks in Eggshells:

  • Instead of rolling them round for the pops, shape them by hand to form the chick body.
  • Once, you’ve made the pops, dipped them, and they have dried, carefully twist and remove the stick. Be aware of the location of the hole that was left.
  • Then, hold the chick head and dip the bottoms in white candy melts. Dip the end of the same lollipop stick in some of the white candy coating and reinsert. Let dry.
  • You don’t want your white candy coating to be too hot. It can melt the yellow or it could drip down the sides and mess up your design. So, let it sit and thicken up a little for a few minutes before you start dipping the eggshells.
  • Then glue the sprinkles on and draw the eyes like above.

Easter Cake Pops

Or ditch the sticks altogether!
They’re pretty cute like this, too. Just drop them in a bowl of melted candy coating. Cover them with the chocolate without moving them around in the bowl. Then lift them from the coating with a spoon. Tap off the excess and slide the little chicks carefully off your spoon onto wax paper to set. If the coating pools at the bottom, use a toothpick to draw a separation line. Then, once it dries completely, it will be easier to break off the part you don’t want.

Easter Cake Pops

Bye, bye birdie for now, but there’s more cuteness coming soon.


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535 comments on “Spring Chickens”

  1. I’m planning on making “earth” cakepops for a bake sale at my college on earth day. I’m curious how you transport these when you take them to a party or event. Any tips would help. Thanks in advance!

  2. Oh well! Now I HAVE to buy sticks!
    To cute!

  3. omg, those are quite possibly the cutest food items I’ve ever seen. I can’t even pick a favorite!

  4. I totally read the chicks, man as Joel but don’t let him catch you calling it Talk Soup, member it’s just The Soup. LOL

    I love the All Body ones!

  5. Thanks! I will try that!

  6. So I’ve never attempted any of your recipes before, so I decided to cannonball right in without testing the waters first and try these.

    They, um. Well. They’ve got personality?

    I think we used too much icing in the ball themselves because we had trouble rolling them into balls and they “drooped” as soon as we put them on the cookie sheet and all firmed up with flat bases. We had a big problem with them falling off the sticks when we dipped them, which may be related to the icing issue, as well.

    We also had a HUGE problem dipping, which I know you said was the hard part. We used Wilton melts, which I read somewhere else were kinda hard to work with for these. I thinned it with some veg oil, but between the thickness and the fact we only had 14 oz instead of a pound (and therefore less dipping volume), I think that was a major problems.

    But, they are delicious!

  7. They are too cute! I love the bunnies too…I was thinking of making bunnies myself, and was stumped on what to use for the ears besides almond slivers (since we have nut allergies around here)…I hope I can find that pastel “bunny corn”!

  8. Thanks Guys!

    Rachel – try thinning it with some shortening or use another kind of chocolates.

    Make n Mold – Hobby Lobby

    Mercken’s – Amazon

    Candy Coating – Kroger

  9. Oh my!! These are absolutely darling!

  10. These are so great! I just tried making them for the first time. How do you get them so smooth? Mine are all bumpy!

  11. OMG! These are the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Absolutely adorable! TFS.

  12. You are the best! I sincerely mean this compliment. God Bless!

  13. Okay, I just have to comment on The Soup reference. I loved it! And the cake pops are pretty awesome, too :)

  14. msmarie1979 – colored paper

    Iroma Tharangi – if it’s like candy coating, yes. If it’s like baking chocolate, you may have to add a little shortening to help thin it out.

    Tanya – try adding shortening

    stacy r = you may be sticking the lollipop stick too far in. Also make sure the balls are firm when you dip. And that the coating surrounds the stick at the base.

    Girl Japan – Thanks…

    Angela “chicken poxs!” – funny and cute

    Rozmus’ – I work during the week and bake on the weekends

    Kelsie – make sure the balls aren’t frozen when you dip and combine them with the hot chocolate.

    Becky – it’s in the note under the pen photo. They help thin out the chocolate.

    becky – look at the pic with the four chicks. It’s the wings on the big head one.

  15. sa-weeeeeet. oh so adorable. u are the master of cuteness.

  16. You are so inspiring! I would never describe myself as creative or even capable of making things like this. But this weekend I went for it. I didn’t have yellow melting chips so I made bluebirds. I put a picture on my blog. (just a simple one I do for the faraway grandparents)

    Thanks again!! The kids were in cakepop heaven!

  17. these are just too cute for words! something great for my ‘lil chef and me to do!

  18. Absolutely Adorable!!
    Question: Where do the Diamond Shape sprinkles go? I see the rainbow chips for beaks and wings & flowers for feet…so what's with the diamonds?? Tail, maybe?

  19. Cuteness overflowing!

  20. I just found your blog and I am loving it! You make some of the cutest things I’ve ever seen…you’re very talented! I am new to the whole blogging world and I’ve actually started my own food blog! Yay! Your blog is definitely one to follow. If you want to check out my new blog:

  21. The chicks are just too cute. And I love the bunnies too, although last time I made strawberry cake pops, I couldn’t get over the visual that they looked like meatballs while they were being made. Or maybe I just spend more time making meatballs than the average person… Welcome Spring!!

  22. You have made so many of these that I love, but these have got to be my ****FAVORITE!!!!!****

  23. I made these over the weekend and I have to tell you they were the cutest as well as just delicious. I brought them to a party and nobody could believe I made them myself! Thanks for this amazing idea.

  24. wow. Your pictures make me happy just looking at them. :)

  25. Omg… these are amazing, Bakerella. I can’t believe how ingenious you are!!!

  26. All body by far!

  27. OMGOSH. If you EVER get close to Fresno, California please DON’T tell me. My 17-yr-old daughter will adhere herself to you permanently and I know I’ll never see her again.



  28. I love these little chicks! They are just so cute. The bunnies in the post above are adorable too–I’ve never seen pastel candy corn!

  29. Holy Cow, those are amazing! I would never come up with that idea on my own. You re more than talented, you are creative, too! Wow!

    I hope you don’t mind that I showcased your work on my blog, if you want me to take the photos down, please just let me know. I will get to it as soon as I get the message.

    You inspire me every time I come to your blog! Amazing stuff!!


  30. I just had to make these – my daughter thinks they are fantastic!

  31. These are great for easter just a small treat since there are already so many sweets!

  32. love the chicks! have a challenge for you. having a 4 years old rockstar birthday party for my daughter and would love to make cake pops for party favors. any ideas about a guitar or something rockstar? thanks for your input

  33. You are amazing!! I like the chicks with feet.

  34. Love the big bottomones and all body. SO cute!

  35. I love these, but could someone please help me out with what the Paramount Crystals are used for. I don’t see anything in the post about them.

  36. They’re all really cute. I like the all body ones. If you could take the big bottom one and make the white look like a cracked egg shell, that would look really cute.

  37. I LOVE them all. They are so cute! I would love to see bunny pops, but I like the all body ones for the chicks. CUTE!!!!!

  38. I like the all body round ones. They are soo Cute!! I think they would be cute with half white on the bottom for the egg shell too.

  39. Suggestion: On the all head ones, put one of those flower sprinkles right on top of the head for a little feather sprig sticking up! The all body ones are adorable! Love your blog, just hardly comment because… well, there’s hundreds of comments already! ;-)

  40. My goodness! I’m surprised of how much imagination someone can have! These chicks are so, so cute! But I’m afraid it will be a bit difficult for me to make them since I don’t have any of the materials I would need to make them. At least, it might be difficult to find the pen here in Spain, or maybe not. It’s just a question of searching somewhere … Thanks a lot for such a big dosis of imagination!

  41. Those are very cute!! I have to admit though that I thought that your egg shells were diapers until you said something about them being shells. They were still way cute as diapers!

  42. I think the all body are the cutest.

  43. all body or big head, i wasn’t sure what the white was…i can see that it could be eggshell after you told us.
    Adorable, you rock Bakerella!

  44. So cute! I vote for the All Body version.

  45. I always love your ideas for the cake pops: they are just so darn creative!

    Thank you, also, for your awesome tutorials. I’ve gone from making cake balls that looks like gooey, sticky, blobs, to something that actually resembles what you have on your website!

    I do have a question for you, though. The last time I made cake balls, the chocolate coating cracked while it was hardening, so I had to re-dip them. Did I do something wrong? How can I fix it?

    Thanks in advance! :D

  46. bakerella – is this what you do for a living? or do you have another job? or are you independently wealthy?

  47. have you ever shipped your pops? i want to make some hello kitty ones for a friend, but i dont know how i should pack them so they make it ok. thanks!

  48. These are too adorable! I love them!!

  49. so cute! ah i love you bakerella!

  50. Those chicks are adorable!!

  51. My son said those are cute “chicken poxs!”

  52. love love love love love the lil spring chics!!! would be so cute to take to daughters eaaster party..

    you so rock

  53. Definitely all body, but really all of them are cute. Pretty much any cake pops you make are going to be cute.

  54. Absolutely adorable! I bet they are delicious as well! I am going to try to bake some for my son’s birthday coming up!

  55. Adorable! I don’t think I could eat one they are so cute!

  56. Oh wow – cute blog! I like the big head ones, but they’re all adorable and very creative :)

  57. I love the all body….feet are adorable!

    On the eggshell ones….have you tried a method where you could have the white part zig-zag….like a broken eggshell?

    Again, ADORABLE!

  58. Oh my! These are the absolutest cutest things I have ever seen…love them!! I HAVE to try them!!

  59. I love the all body ones!!

  60. I love the all body ones!!

  61. I love the all body ones!!

  62. I love the all body ones!!

  63. I love the all body ones!!

  64. I love the all body ones!!

  65. Definitely all body – sooo cute!

  66. All body! The feet are sooooo cute I could die.

  67. Absolutely adorable!

  68. Oh. my. cuteness!!!

  69. oh…. so Kawaii… adorable and cute, where did you buy the coated bling?

  70. all body!!! Those feet are too cute!

  71. So cute! I am trying to think of how to turn these into Ladybugs for a tea party :)

  72. Bakerella, your the best! These are adorable! I’m going to make the all body ones for Easter. They are all cute…I CANNOT WAIT to see the rest of your easter creations!!!!

  73. These are so stinkin’ adorable!!! I love them!

  74. OMG these are too cutes. I like the ones where you “ditched the sticks”. Totally adorable!!

  75. I love the all body ones! Super CUTE!!!

  76. I am totally in love with these and going to the store right now to buy the supplies! BTW, I totally dig the fat round little guy, with the wings, and feet.. the whole sh-bang!

  77. I nominated you for the Splash award! See my post here.

    P.S. these are SO cute and I will be making them.

  78. I love the “no stick” and “all body” ones. Actually, I giggled out loud when I saw the all body ones. They’re super cute and can’t wait to see the other designs!

  79. Love, love, love the all body chicks! And the stick-less ones are adorable too – totally puts Peeps to shame! ;)

  80. I love the all body and the no body chicks! Thanks for posting the link to the basic cake pop directions again! I have been reading wondering where those very directions were.

  81. Oh my – how cute! I made cake pops (choc) a few weeks ago – tried to outline it on my blog and they were yummy – but not nearly as adorable as these!


  82. Bakerella, I have tried the cupcakes on a stick and love them but I have been unsuccessful making the pops. They droop and fall off the stick! Please help what am I doing wrong?

  83. I’m going to have to make these and add them to the kids Easter baskets!!!

  84. Okay, I thought the pops with the white on the bottom were the poor chickie’s diapers! I’m sorry….I guess it means I’m still in baby-mode! Very cute!!!!

  85. So darling!

  86. I love them! The little flower feet are sooooo cute.

  87. I’m brand new to your blog via Pioneer Woman. I am in LOOOOVE! The Spring Chickens are the cutest things ever!! I really like the ones with the feet, or the ones with no stick at all. My little boy turns 2 on Easter Sunday this year and I think I’m going to attempt some of your pops. Thanks for sharing!!

  88. Oh My GOSH! These are adorable! Love the little feet the best!

  89. OMG!!!! These are absolutely adorable!

  90. I love every single little cute thing you make.
    But not only are you great at being artistic and a great baker…

    You’re also a terrific photographer.

    I’m more than jealous

  91. Love them all!

  92. I think you should go for all body… definitely the cutest!!

  93. Definitely all body for the pops, but the ones without the sticks are super-cute!!

  94. i love the all body! they are super cute. now i wanna do these for easter!

  95. Those are so stinkin’ cute!! And I like the ones with the little feet!!

  96. You just rock! The white bottom one reminds me of a baby with a diaper on. You know how a lot of babies are head-heavy anyway ;o)

    My Blogs: CalvaryGirl- Life, Designs, and Devotions

  97. so cute, thank you for these.


  98. All body and the stickless one saying chirp are my favorites…looks like it’s time for me to make cake pops again!

  99. All Body. No contest.

  100. the eggshell needs to be jagged….i thought they were wearing a diaper or something. They are cute though!

  101. Sooooo cute! I agree with the majority: all body! The little feet are darling. I think the big head ones are my least favorite – they look kind of like lightbulbs. CUTE lightbulbs, though!

  102. SO cute!!!!! I definitely say ALL BODY!!! :)

  103. How do you get these so smooth? I seem to have a love-hate relationship with the candy melts. They never seem to get thin enough to roll the balls in and then I end up over heating them.

  104. I like the all body ones, but I may be convinced to like the bigger body ones if you can get the shell to look a little more jagged. They are all super cute, though!

    p.s. Since I’m weighing in, I might as well cast my vote for the pink background–it really makes them “pop”. ;)

  105. Today is the day for me to start making these – I have been so excited to start!! Love your site – love your ideas – Girl – I just wish you lived closer so I could get some real instruction from the “Pop-Pro”! LOL

  106. SO DARN CUTE! love the little feet!

  107. Very nice and lovely. I would like to taste them. Hmmmm.

  108. CUTE!!!

  109. AHHHH!
    wonderfully done!

  110. Holy cuteness Batman! These are amazing! I just used your basic cupcake recipe this past weekend with my 9 year old and her best friend. They were amazed you could “make cupcakes when we don’t have a cake mix”. I told her, “yeah, back in the olden days they didn’t have cake mix”. They looked at me like I had three heads. Too cute! They will love these!

  111. Thank You!! So adorable… can’t wait to make them!

  112. The all body ones are the best!

  113. Absolutely adorable!!!! As usual!! I love the all body one!! Can’t have them without their little feet!!
    Thanks for giving me yet another idea to make for my kid’s class as Easter gifts!!

  114. oh my god. I just about died of cuteness. My favorite is the all-body version :3

  115. WOMAN STOP MAKING SUCH CUTE THINGS:-) I cant get my housework done for making cute pops. My kids haven’t seen a vegetable in weeks – now theres and idea, carrot pops on sticks they will never know the difference. The dusting will have to wait cause these little babies cant wait to be made. Thanks for all your wonderful fun pops. WE LOVE ‘EM. X

  116. I am in love with the All Body ones!!!! Seriously, VERY adorable!! And the ones with no stick, wow, DARLING!
    You are amazing!

  117. My favorite two are the chicks without a stick and the all body ones. Too cute! My girls want to have a tea party and we are planning to make your cupcake pops. I am so looking forward to it. Mmmm.

  118. Hi Bakerella,
    Just womndering if I can use coloured chocolate melts to do these little creations instead of candy melts? I cant seem to find candy melts where I live.
    Thanks! Love your stuff!

  119. Did you see where Williams-Sonoma has helped itself to your darling idea?! Not even a whisper of credit, either! (I missed them at Christmas or I'd have let you know sooner.) They're simply shameless.

  120. omg this is way too cute!!!!! absolutely adoreable!

  121. I love how you photograph your cake pops! What do you use for background?

  122. Omg, i was having such a hard time trying to think of a party favor for my daughters christening and i’m so glad i came across your blog! I LOVE LOVE the cake pops! sooo cuuute, and i will definately try them :] and this will be the first time i actually do some real baking. you inspired me. HAHA! wish me luck!

    Keep it up! they loook so deeelish!

  123. Oh my gosh! Those are adorable! My jaw is hanging open and my husband wants to know why. Of all the cake pops these are my fav. Bravo!!

  124. Love them!!

  125. Wah! They are so cute! Mr. Friday (my hubby) calls them Chick on a Stick. *rolls eyes*

  126. OMG they are adorable!

  127. And Mrs. K – They last for several days in an airtight container on the counter. You can also refrigerate them.

  128. It’s official. All bodies by a landslide. Hey, didn’t the dixie CHICKS sing that…hmmm.

    Oh, and I totally change what I said in the post. I now meant for the white to be diapers. Yes, diapers. Totally diapers… since the eggshell attempt was a flop.

    I’m so happy you like the all body ones. I wasn’t sure, so you’ve all been a big help. Thanks!

    VeggieGirl – you are speedy!

    Tote, Debby, Sammy and Caleb Jimenez – I hope they firm up for you. Next time you can try adding a little less frosting if they don’t

    Lyndsay – just love him

    The Chocolate Lady – wish I had one.

    Britiney – I can’t

    Becky Noël – it’s not weird. I’ve made some.

    Elizabeth – I will soon

    Reagan – nope. I think my eggshell attempt bombed.

    alisaz – you have to use candy coloring because it doesn’t contain water. And if you use reg chocolate, add shortening to help thin it out

    isabelle – you have to use candy coloring

    JeanneS – close

    Natasha Tatta – Greece! I’m jealous

    Sue -links are in the post

    Charlotte said…

    morgana – it always makes me smile to see your name

    Kelly – are your balls firm and cold. Is your chocolate thin and in a bowl deep enough to dip them in one dunk?

    Amy A – probably the balls were too cold and your chocolate too hot when combined.
    You can always redip.

    Patty-Cake – air tight container or covered and tied with treat bags

    megstermeter – scrapbook paper

    Cakespy – eeep … thanks!

    Dishin And Dishes – colored papers

    Sister Kim – first time… give yourself the day

    Michelle, Queen of Everything – cool

    Andie – camera stuff here

  129. that’s it! im making these…question though- how long can they keep for? (ie- kid’s party on friday…what’s the earliest you would suggest?)

  130. love your site! i think the all bodies are the cutest!

  131. I'm all for the big head, little body…it's adorable!! Weird question, do you just put up a piece of colored paper before you take pics, and what lens/camera do you use? PW let us in on the secret that you just use the auto settings, so THAT's a relief :o)
    Love your blog & photos.

  132. omg. sooo cute! i have my own plans to make a variation of your cake pops for easter as well :) :) but i don’t think they’ll be as cute as yours :)

  133. I like “All Body” and “Not stick at all”. Also, my husband, who is allergic to eggs, was intrigued when he looked over my shoulder and thought these were lollipops, but upon learning that they are made of cake, shuddered and said “They’re like horrible death wrapped up in cuteness!” ahahahhaaha.

  134. Love the all body chicks. I really need to try to make cake pops.

  135. Love the feet and the wings.

  136. Those are the cutest little things I’ve ever seen!

  137. Very cute! I like the all body ones the best.

  138. CUTE! Love them all, but I think all body is a winner! You have the best ideas.

  139. Wowww these are so goood!! So cuteee!! Mm.

  140. These are just the cutest things! I love them all but if I had to vote, my vote would go for all body…the little feet are just to stinkin cute!

  141. Oh my goodness… I love the whole body ones. They’re so cute!

  142. the all bodies are definately the cutest! I can’t wait to make these ones!!!

  143. Bakerella, you just may have outdone yourself here! These are so sweet I could die!

  144. Hi Bakerella!
    I was just curious if you had any ideas of cake pops you could bring to a baby shower! My sister is pregnant and I would love to make some of these for her, but have no ideas! Thanks :)

  145. Those are so dang cute! I like the all body chicks the best, like you said, the feet are so cute!

  146. Squeeeee! Those are *so* cute!!! My favorite is the “all body” ones.

  147. LOVE the chick pops! I prefer the all body one…too cute!!!

  148. I LOVE THE FEET—you have to keep the feet~

  149. Chicks, man… I’m going to see Joel McHale next month. I can’t believe he’s coming to my tiny town!

    These are super cute, I can’t wait to make some.

    Those are so hilariously cute.

    Also, I was probably the last person on earth who didn’t read her blog, but thanks for introducing me to Pioneer Woman. I have to admit, I probably wasn’t the best mom I could be last week- I read her entire blog!

    Thanks again!

  151. too cute!! almost too cute to eat…however, i know how yummy they are…so i would eat ’em! i love the whole body…and, yes, it’s cause those feet are too cute!!!
    just stinkin’ cute!

  152. goodness gracious- these are the epitome of adorable :)

  153. You’ve outdone yourself yet again. These are amazing and far too cute to eat!

  154. Great for kids that have a red food color problem like DGD. Just so cute. My favorite one is the full figured chick ;)

  155. I think those are the cutest things I’ve ever seen. I like the full body look the best!

  156. All Body! These are soo cute :)

  157. what do you use for your backgrounds? they always look so pretty

  158. All body are the cutest! Its the little feet!

  159. Oh those are so stinkin’ cute!!! So adorable.. Awesome job. Can’t wait to see the rest of your creations!
    The all body ones are my fav.

  160. all body!

  161. The all boy ones are by far the cutest. The just face ones don’t really look like a chicken unless to the others. I LOVE them all!

  162. wow! I think these are the cutest ones yet, and I didn’t think it could get much cuter than your last pops!

  163. Oh my!! I’ve just been introduced to the wonderfulness that is Bakerella and now I MUST make some of these!

    I adore the ones with the feet, but think the no stick ones are fab! They look like little Peeps, only a thousand times better, and I love me some Peeps! ;)

  164. sorry, i forgot to give you my email its thanks

  165. Can you tell me approximately how long it takes to make the cakepops? I am thinking of making them with my 11 year old niece. I want to have some sort of time frame…if you caould email me that would be very appreciated! Kim, osb

  166. I like the All Body ones the best. The feet are too cute to leave off.

    However, if the Big Bottom ones were all yellow, and with the little feet at the bottom, I might have to change my answer.

  167. i love the all body ones.

  168. How cute! I confess that I love the head by itself- classic and simple. But the whole bodies are super duper fun. You’re a genius. =)

  169. This is the most adorable spring thing I’ve seen yet! The all body are my favorite but the ones with bodies are really cute without the stick. Amazing job! They look too cute to eat!

  170. SO gosh darn cute!! I love them!!


    How could you eat them?

  172. Omigosh!!! They are adorable! My vote is for the all body with little flower feet. Or maybe the ones off of the stick (since I stink at the stick ones). Adorable! I’ll be it would be easy to do little white bunnies with the off the stick version. What to use for the ears… Hmmm… Marshmallow cuttings??? White airheads??? By the way, thanks for making it clear that the white stuff was eggshell… In my sleep-deprived mind I was totally asking, “Now, why in the world would she put them in diapers??? To clarify that they’re babies???” It wasn’t so weird, really. But eggshells, yes. That makes perfect sense.

  173. I love the cake pops! Do you have any ideas for a boy’s birthday with a very masculine flare? Think soldiers, hunters, obstacle courses…

  174. ALL BODY! They are so cute!! Thanks for the idea! :)

  175. I think it would be against Bakerella law for me to actually give my opinion but since you asked in your post, I think a cute little feather-fluff looking bit on the top of the chick’s head would be just outright adorable.

    I’m not the master of cake pops though, you are!

  176. Must go with ALL BODY! The head looks unfinished in comparison. Too freaking cute!

  177. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! SO ADORABLE and perfect, major cuteness alert! :)

  178. these are just too cute for words!

  179. Those are soooo cute!!!!!

  180. I love these! I hope you don’t mind I put a posting on my blog about them referring people to your website. You are amazing!

  181. Oh so sweet!

    I just bought some stuff to try these again. Now that I read your tips, I am thinking my chocolate has been too thick. I will try thinning it to see if they look nicer. They always taste good, just look a little sloppy

  182. Completely in love with the “All Body”, and the stickless. You have finally convinced me to try making some of my very own.

  183. Cute chickadees.

  184. i’m torn between the no body and all body chicks. they’re too cute!!

  185. The all body ones are my favourites, but the big bottoms are super cute too.

    The no-body ones freak me out a little though. Still cute, but something about disembodied chick heads just weirds me out..

  186. Those are the cutest thing EVER! PS…what do you use for your picture backgrounds? i noticed all the pretty colors?

  187. These are super-hyper cute, and I was going to make a pie today, but I think my plans have just changed :)

    I have to ask though, it says in the materials section that we need ‘paramount crystals’ to make these, but I find no mention of them in the instructions anywhere. What are they and what are they for?

  188. I’m definitely a fan of the “All Body” model…. too cute!! I’m going home with my boyfriend for Easter. This will be the first time meeting his extended family. I’m going to take make these and take them with me…. I’ll be sure to win them over!!!!

  189. Oh my! Love them! I vote for the all body ones and am so excited I can make them after receiving lots of pop-making supplies last week!

    Thanks so much! PS – Love the Joel from The Soup reference ;-)

  190. Ok, I should be cleaning my house today, but I SERIOUSLY want to make these. My 3.5 yo daughter saw these and oooh’ed and awww’ed over themef and said “Those taste nummy!”. I think she may be right.

  191. KEEP THE FEET!!!! It makes them look realish!! :-D

  192. So cute! I love the ‘all body’ ones because the feet are so dang cute. Also think a little tuft of feather on top of their cute little heads would be adorable.

  193. All head. I love the ones that are all head. Or the ones without the sticks. The little feets are just so darn cute.

  194. def all body. if they were just heads, i wouldnt really know what they were.

  195. Love them! The All Body’s are definitely my faves.

    Crystal Chick

  196. I cannot even contain myself! These have to be the absolutely cutest thing I have ever seen!!

  197. Bakerella you are a confectionary Goddess of epic cuteness! These are insanely cute and I can’t wait to try to make them.

  198. all body!

  199. These are too cute! My 8 year old daughter and I made our first batch for St. Patrick’s Day. They were a hit with my family.

    We did them on sticks (learned we need to dip them in the melts before sticking into cakeball) and in the candy molds (this is our favorite way to make them).

    We made them on a Saturday and they last about the whole week – left in a container on the counter – and they were still as fresh as the day we made them.

    Now have to try these cuties!

  200. I would have to say I like the ones with on sticks the best! But with sticks I would have to go for all body…it is the little feeters!!! They are so freaking cute!

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