Street Party

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Sesame Street. Pop Party. This Tuesday, November 10th is the 40th Anniversary of Sesame Street. Can you believe it. 40 years and the muppet mania continues. I’ve received no less than 1,299,347 requests for Elmo Cake Pops since I started turning my pops into characters more than a year ago. Okay, I’m exaggerating a little on the number. But seriously … Elmo has been one of the most requested pops. So I decided to finally put what’s been in my head on a lollipop stick.

And it didn’t hurt that just last week I found the perfect candy for Elmo’s ping-pong-like-eyes. Actually … all of their eyes.


Solid white. Perfectly round. Perfect size. And perfect. I found them at Wal-Mart. They were in the card and party supply aisle – not in the candy aisle. I stumbled on them and grabbed a bunch of bags and in different colors, too. It never fails.… As soon as I find something I like, it will be discontinued the next time I look for it.

But don’t worry. You can also use white m&m’s, white chocolate coated espresso beans or any other similar white candy you might be lucky enough to stumble on.

To make your own Sesame Street Cake pops, follow the basic cake pop instructions and use the following tips to decorate.

Elmo Cake Pops

Elmo’s noses are simply orange jelly beans. Elmo’s mouth is made of candy melts cut in half, and his eyes are drawn on with an edible ink pen.

Red Candy Coating

To decorate all of these characters, dip them in colored candy coating first.

Elmo in progress

While the coating is wet, attach the mouth and eyes and let dry. When the attachments are dry, you can use a toothpick to drizzle on more coating.

Let me stop here and tell you. This is time consuming. I wanted them all to have the effect of a furry coat, but you can certainly try another method to speed things up. For instance, they can just be smooth and you can pipe the mouths on with black candy writers or draw them on with an edible ink pen.

Elmo in progress

But I took the long way, since this was a special occasion. You’ll need to drizzle, dab, and dot all over the cake pop. Or at least all over the front of the pop. I won’t tell. Make sure to layer the coating around the mouth. You’ll need to build up a base around the edges to make it look more realistic and less stuck on.

Cookie Monster Cake Pops

Use the same technique for Cookie Monster. His mouth is bigger than Elmo’s so I tried to shape a lip this time with the candy melts.

Oscar the Grouch Cake Pops

Oscar. Let’s talk about Oscar. After I made the first two characters, I wasn’t completely happy with the mouths, so I tried a different technique with the Grouch and I think he liked it. Instead of one candy melt attached to the front, cut the candy melt in half and use both pieces to form an open mouth. This is a little harder because you have to re-shape the cake balls to somewhat in a C-shape (if you were to look at it from the side). This is so the mouth has somewhere to sit. If you try to make the mouth on the outside of the round ball, it won’t look right. Hope that makes sense. Don’t forget to build up the green around the mouth so it looks seamless. Again… these were some work.

Also, Oscar’s eyes are different than the others. His are inset instead of sitting on top of the pop. To achieve the look, cut the candy pieces in half and attach them. When dry, use a brown candy writer or chocolate candy coating and pipe on eyebrows. His tongue is a red jumbo heart sprinkle with the point cut and rounded off.

Heart Sprinkles

Here are the candy melts and how you can cut them for each character.

Candy Melts

If you can’t find dark chocolate melts, then chocolate coins might work. You’ll have to experiment with the sizes though.

Chocolate Candy Coins

I almost used these, but I stuck with the candy melts because I didn’t have enough coins.

Now for Big Bird. I love Big Bird.

Big Bird Cake Pops

I gotta tell you, when I started making these, I had no idea how I would pull this big guy off. First, I thought yellow sugar pearls or mini yellow m&ms, but none of those looked right for his feathers. So I used sanding sugar sprinkled on top after drizzling to make him look fluffier. His eyelids are decorated with a pink and a blue edible ink pen. His beak is candy corn with the end cut off to make it easier to attach.

Candy Coating

Dip the candy corn in yellow candy melts. But only if the candy coating is thin and fluid like this. By the way, this coating is Merckens and has nothing added to make it this thin. It was heated in the microwave on med-low in 30 second intervals and stirred in between. But if your coating is too thick, you can add some paramount crystals, shortening or vegetable oil to help thin it out. And if it’s not thin, then don’t try to dip the candy corn because it will just be a big glob and not pretty on Big Bird.


Here are a few beaks. Let them dry on wax paper. Or just skip all that and give Big Bird an uncoated orange candy corn beak.

(Anybody tired yet? It’s almost too much to even read about doing. I think I need a nap.)

Cake Pop

Below, you can see what I mean with the different mouth variations.

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Aren’t they just the cutest. But something is missing. Cookie Monster is smiling, but he’s not happy. He needs cookies.

Yes. Cookies. Coooooookies!

Teeny-tiny cookies

Tiny… little … itty-bitty chocolate chip…


Sesame Street Cake Pops

There… much better!

Cookie Monster Cake Pops

Stop it. I can’t stand it. Head exploding. Cute overload.

Sesame Street Cake Pops



Here’s some of the supplies you’ll need:
Colored candy melts
Red Candy Melts
Green candy melts
Yellow candy melts
Dark Chocolate candy melts
Dark brown candy writerParamount Crystals
Edible Ink Pens
Jumbo red heart sprinkles
Yellow sanding sugar
Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gripz by Keebler)
White round candies for eyes
Orange jelly beans
Candy Corn
Basic Cake Pop Instructions

Sesame Street Cake Pops

Cookie Monster

Here you go. This is for everyone that likes it when I bite into one of these. Poor little Cookie Monster.

Now, a lot of you have sent in photos of your own Elmo Pops. I just haven’t done a great job of keeping track of them all. If you’d like to re-send, maybe I can do a little slideshow or something to show them off. Or any other Sesame Street ones you may have done.

Sesame Street Cake Pops

November 10th, 2009.
40 Years of Sesame Street and one happy day.
Kisses to you, Jim Henson.
Wish you were still with us.

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811 comments on “Street Party”

  1. you are amazing. This made my stress-filled night happy :)
    I love what you do.

  2. You are TRULY AMAZING!!! I wish I could be half as talented as you are!!!

    In my book, you’re the Cakeball Queen!

  3. i JUST made elmo pops on friday night for my 2 year old’s birthday party!! (yours are much cuter) how funny.
    i used red sugar to make the fur, but they were VERY sweet. (and kinda crunchy LOL) i used fondant writers for the eyes, nose nd mouth, and because i was NOT paying 7 bucks for a 4 pack of edible pens, i also used the fondant writer to dot the eyes. didnt look as nice as i wanted. but she pointed and said “MELMO” which is what i wanted, so it was all good.

  4. That 2nd to last picture (where Cookie Monster has been bitten) Elmo looks like he’s freaking out! Oh I laughed & laughed!
    I can’t wait to see if I can make these tasty treats!

  5. These are absolutely adorable!!!

  6. I hope you’re still reading these. I saw a lot of fun Sesame Street celebration items this week but yours is the tip top. Your Oscar in particular is AMAZING.

    I was thinking, could you simulate fur with coconut somehow?

  7. These are awesome — you are so creative!

  8. OMG! These are so cute and professional looking. Great Job!

  9. Seriously, you are the cutest person I’ve never met. You and your clever creative idea keep me constantly in awe.

  10. ADORABLE! I want to be YOU when I grow up!!!

    I thoroughly enjoy being tickled by your creations! Please, oh please don’t make us wait for Christmas goodies—I’ll need to get an early start!

    Love ya!

  11. Ohhh I love them! They are absolutly adorable!!!

  12. other than the original cupcake pops, these are my favorite…hands down!!! LOVE ‘EM :) so adorable!!!

  13. I love these.

  14. you NEVER disappoint! cute and perfect as ever.

  15. This just made my day on so many levels! I think I have to re-think my son’s 2nd birthday – I was gonna do trucks – but he LOVES sesame and these are way toooooooo cute to pass up. It’s quite the challenge!
    Also – your edible ink pens work way better then mine- can I ask what brand you use – and how you get them to work so well – mine always seem to be “patchy” like they’re running out of ink. Even brand new.

  16. What I love most about these is how amazingly accurately you made the characters! SO IMPRESSIVE!!

  17. these are simply incredible. You are an artist. I can’t believe the cookies, over the top, I am flabbergasted by the way these turned out. You must have the patience of a saint.

  18. you are the greatest inspiration ever!!!!

    these are SUPER DUPER CUTE!!!!!

  19. Ok, can I just say, YOU ROCK! these are so stinking cute!!! I look forward to your blog each week and you don’t disapoint! Thanks for sharing what you do!

  20. oh my! serious cuteness overload!! these may be the cutest things i’ve ever seen. i LOVED sesame street and now my wee ones do too…we just had a ball looking at these pops.
    this is my first comment, so by the way…you are so talented and i L-O-V-E your website!

  21. Those are just SOOOO cute! Thanks for sharing them. laurie

  22. Holy Crap!!! I want to be you when I grow up!

  23. OH MY GOSH!!!! Bakerella…. you have really out done yourself this time! These are so adorable and so accurate to the true characters. Thank you for brightening my day!

  24. LOVE these…but I’m doing something seriously wrong!! When I dip my cake balls into the melted coating, the cake balls are falling off of the lollipop stick!! :( Should I be sticking the lollipop sticks in before I cool them in the fridge (right after being rolled)? She I put them in the freezer? Am I using too much frosting or not enough in the mixture? Please help!! I’ve made cake bites numerous times, and it happens EVERY time!!

  25. You are so amazing!! These are so adorable!

  26. Wow Bakerella..these are amazing! Keep up the great work!

  27. OOOHHHH! These are absolutely wonderful!!!!

  28. OH. MY. WORD!!! These are just too totally cute!

  29. Wow. I am speechless! Cute overload! Fantastic work Bakerella! You are amazing!

  30. This is incredible! I love it! We had a Sesame Street party this summer…it was fun :)

  31. Wow! These are awesome!

  32. YOU ARE A TOTAL NUT JOB!! Nobody should be as creative as you are. Seriously. Seek professional help! You’re a crazy person!!! This is insanely amazing.

  33. This just made me incredibly happy. Thank you!

  34. Amazing. Simply amazing. My jaws dropped when I saw your pictures. They are too perfect to eat. WOW. Great job, Bakerella!

  35. These are so cute. Your creativity is amazing. Thanks for sharing and your excellent tutorial. I will try these!

  36. These are amazing! All the characters look so realistic. Adorable!!!!!

  37. The cuteness just doesn’t end and apparently neither does your patience!! These are just awesome!

  38. Oh My Goodness! They are so amazing! You are a Goddess!!!

  39. OMG! These are the cutest, best, cake pops ever!!!

  40. These are SO CUTE!!! I have loved Sesame Street my whole life and still have my stuffed Big Bird in a box in my attic. I can’t wait to make these for the kids in my class! This idea would also be cute with a bit of a twist – wouldn’t Muppets be fun to do? Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo…

  41. wondering if I can convince my 3yr old to be that he must have a cookie monster theme for his 3rd birthday… or elmo…. TOO DANG CUTE!!

  42. These are so incredible! I appreciate your hard work all the more after making some cake pops to take to work.

  43. LOL that’s fantastic!!! Great great job!

  44. Super, super cute! What a great way to celebrate Sesame Street’s 40 years! I LOVE it!

  45. Love them! Sesame Street is a fav or mine! But wheres Ernie and Bert?

  46. I can’t imagine how long it took to make these but they are adorable!!

  47. yeah thats pretty much the best thing EVER!!
    I tried to make halloween pops afew weeks ago and they were pretty much a FAIL on so many levels!!! I went to Culinary School!! I should be able to make a cupcake pop rite? WRONG!!
    But I opened my email with my 3 & 4 yr old standing near. And now mommy has to try again. Cuz they want Elmo pops!

    Thanks for a new inspiration!!n :)

  48. So these are so stinkin adorable and I love them. I may have to try making them this winter when I am stuck inside due to the weather

  49. These are adorable.

    I wonder if there is a way to use coconut to make the fur…

  50. great, as always!! Please write a book!!

  51. I gotta tell you…I’m floored!!! I’m a preschool teacher and I literally walked around the school to show my fellow crafty teachers these pops!!! You now have an additional 22 followers!!! Trinity Christian Academy teachers love Bakerella!!!

  52. When I saw this I was TOTALLY amazed!! Tomorrow is my son Carson’s 2nd birthday and he LOVES, LOVES Elmo. I am actually baking and Elmo cake and cupcakes as I opened and read this post. How special is it not only his birthday, but Sesame Streets also! Thank you, Bakerella, Carson even loved this post!! You never seize to amaze!

  53. Wow! You just keep amazing me. I love your site. You are so talented. Thanks for sharing. : )

  54. Oh My Goodness. The Cutest Things Ever. I am a Sesame Street child of the seventies. And I love this homage. Way to go Bakerella!

  55. Wow!! I thought I had seen everything! These are just adorable!

  56. Gosh. This was a ton of work! I can’t show these to my husband, because while he won’t want these guys he’ll want me to do Link or slimes from Dragon Quest.

    Though your technique for Oscar would make a pretty nice (and much simpler to do) Pacman and Ms. Pacman.

  57. OMG, I was having such a blah Monday, but this post put a big smile on my face :) You never cease us to amaze me with your creativity!!! I love your sheer persistence in capturing the perfect look for each character.

  58. those are absolutely amazing!!!

  59. I am in love with the Oscars! I attempted making the Elmo and Cookie Monster back in March…just for fun….they turned out ok, but I had no clue how to attempt Big Bird or Oscar! Thanks for the “know how”
    Check out my Elmo’s and Cookie Monsters at my flickr page because I unfortunately don’t blog!

  60. I can honestly say that I fell head over heels for you the moment I stumbled upon your blog, but never took the time to make a comment. Until now. When I saw THE most adorable things made out of cake that I have EVER seen(and I watch “Ace of Cakes” and “The Cake Boss”, religiously). I love, love, love the Sesame Street characters, and so does my 20 month old who won’t stop staring at the screen. Thanks, Bakerella, for sharing your AWESOME ideas with us!

  61. These are amazing–you are truly gifted!!! And, on a sadder note, I remember the day Jim Henson (one of my idols) died–as you wrote–way, way too soon. Thanks for mentioning him…

  62. amazingly creative…do you come up with these yourself? I wish I could come up with things like this on my own. BUt for now, I will get all of my inspiration from you. When I have my own cake shop, cake pops will be a feature there.


  63. These are soooo good! This is why you’re the one and only bakerella, they look great! I read your blog every week and I love it, my family thinks I’m crazy for trying to recreate the cupcake pops, but even in The Netherlands we enjoy them, so thank you and keep up the greatness!

  64. Oh. My. Word. Irresistably cute!!!!!

    And now my kids want me to make them. Thanks. ;)

  65. I can’t take the cuteness!!!!! You have really outdone yourself this time!!

  66. I am speechless. If you knew me, you’d understand just how difficult that is! **thud**

    You are an amazingly creative person who I sure hope generates big $$ for all the ideas you have. Martha’s got nothing on you, Bakerella!

  67. Wow! They are delightful. And yes, it is tiring just reading through the directions. Great job Bakie.

  68. You are just incredible!!! What darling darling characters! There is nothing you can’t do!! It is one thing to make an Elmo cake pop, but these look like the real characters!!!! Wonderful job!!! And thank you for sharing. You are so talented.

  69. Your talent never ceases to amaze me!

  70. SO freakin’ cute!!!

  71. You outdid yourself on these! A-MAZING!

  72. You are so very creative. I love all of your goodies!!!!!

  73. No Bert and Ernie? :(

    Did you try putting the candy corn in the undipped pop for BB first, then dipping it in yellow chocolate? I wonder if that would turn out?

  74. These are amazing! You are incredibly talented. I can’t imagine how much patience you have to tackle this. Awesome!

  75. LOVE IT!!!! Can’t wait to try it out!

  76. Ridiculously cute. Stupid cute, even, and that’s a compliment. You’re so creative. :) Love these!

  77. You! are brilliant.

    The End.

  78. wow they are really cute!..
    I wish I could taste one of those hahaha… you should make one giveaway of your cupcake pops!.. that would be a really good yummy giveaway!! :D

  79. you are insanely creative and talented! These are awesome! I can’t pick a favorite – although the mini cookie in cookie monsters mouth is pretty awesome.

  80. these totally and completely rock!!!

  81. Bakerella, these are awesome!!!!!

    Will you marry me?

  82. LOL i like how it looks like the other characters are in shock at the bitten cookie monster.

  83. You are amazing! Absolutely amazing. I wish we were real-life friends so you could show me your techniques in person!

  84. i really can’t stay how cute these are…
    how cute YOU are.

    you are insanely talented and if i didn’t like you and your site so much, it would be insanely annoying (grin).

    I love you, Bakerella.

  85. Love these! I had to share your page with all the people I work with at WBGU-PBS.

  86. WOW! WOW! WOW! These are absolutely amazing. And so are you!

  87. OMG… that is just FAAAR too much effort. Gorgeous but man… I bow to the cake pop deity! ;)

  88. You make my day!

  89. You did a wonderful job! My 5 year old loved them when I showed her the first picture! I tried cake balls this weekend…. disaster on my part. Will try again soon though!

  90. I love these! I took a stab at Elmo last summer myself, for my son’s 2nd birthday. Yours are fancier, of course – but you inspired me back then!

  91. I made Bert and Ernie last week for a friend “Ernies” Birthday.
    I used mini m&m’s for the ears. Stick the m&m’s into the side of the head half way and then dip in chocolate. Worked very well!
    Cone head for Bert and round for Ernie. Thanks for sharing with us! Love Ya!

  92. You rock!
    These are fabulous! Thanks for sharing all of your ‘tricks’!

  93. OMG – I’m dying! You’ve really outdone yourself this time. I can’t believe how impossibly cute they are. I’m older than Sesame Street by five years, so that probably makes me part of the first generation that grew up with them. I have so many memories of running home for lunch to watch Sesame Street, eating my Cheez whiz sandwich on white bread, just glued to the TV…such good memories.


  95. Way to cute!!!! Love it!!!

  96. absolutely awesome!

  97. WOW!! These are truly adorable. You are amazing!

  98. Wow! How long have you been doing this again? Simply amazing Sesame Street cake pops for the Street Party! You’ve really outdone yourself with these…although I know I’ll be posting that comment again soon when you come up with another fantastic creation! Happy 40th Birthday Sesame Street!

  99. and . . . i just changed my son’s birthday party from dinosaur to elmo!! what a happy boy he will be. thank you!!!

  100. You have the most amazing talent. I just love the new ideas I see on your blog. My kids LOVED the HK pops I tried and haven’t made any since (supplies are hard to find in a small town) but these are just too cute to pass up to try to make. Keep the ideas coming! I can’t wait to see more.

  101. Oh my gosh. you amaze me more and more.
    Love It

  102. these are just tooo cute

  103. OH. MY. These are DARLING!

  104. *sigh.*

    I did pumpkin cake pops for Halloween and they were delicious, but ugly. I want to make these but am still a novice. Let’s hope my turkey cake pops turn out okay… lol

  105. I think these are the cutest things ever. Just one thing tho, I think the cookie on cookie monster needs to have a bite out of it.

  106. Oh my goodness, you outdid yourself…. I’m all the more impressed as I tried to make the cake popos this weekend for the first time (as s practice run for my son’s class BDay Party) and boy did I fail big time. Your pops look great and they actually stay on sticks *schocked face* as mine did not :(

  107. Holy Camoly! How creative…and time consuming ;)

    Sooooooooooooooooo stinkin’ cute!

  108. SOOOO cute!!!

    I’ve read your blog for some time and am blown away by your creativeness! Making cake pops is on my “fun things to do” mental list! Did you make one for Ernie? I think he’s my favorite character – Elmo too. :)

    I made the banana cupcakes you posted awhile back and they turned out fabulous! So delicious!

  109. WOOOOOOOW! you are so creative! they look just like the characters yet so much more delicious!

  110. First time commenter. OMG, the Sesame Street characters are just about the cutest things I’ve ever seen. You are just an amazing artist because that’s what I consider you to be. Just amazing the things you come up with.

  111. There are no words! You are the master of all things tiny, cute, and delicious! It must be fun having your brain! :)
    I have one request, the picture for the candy that you made the eyes from isn’t showing up at all on my end, no matter what I do. Could you pass on the name of them so I can go and bug my WalMart for them?
    Sesame Street would be proud to have you as a neighbor!

  112. Is there even a point to posting a comment that simply says: speechless? Well, I did it. I’m speechless. These are…no words. There’s not enough adjectives to explain how amazing these are.

  113. I love it you are amazing!

  114. Those are amazing!!

  115. Perfect! I was desperately trying to think of cute ideas for my almost 2 year old’s Sesame Street birthday party next month. I’m not sure mine will turn out as cute as yours, but I’ll give it a shot!

  116. these are amazing! very, very impressive.

  117. I LOVE THESE!!! You did an amazing job! They are wonderful! Happy Birthday to Sesame Street.

  118. AMAZING!! You are so freakin talented, I am addicted to these things now! Cannot wait to try these!

  119. These are amazing! You really out-did yourself this time! I’m linking to you in my post tomorrow. Thanks for being so creative and such an inspiration to people like myself!

  120. Girl you are way to good! These are about the cutest things I’ve seen! Makes me wish I was a kid again!!

  121. those pops are the cutest things i’ve ever seen. can i send you lots of money to make me some in the fall again, for my babe’s 1st birthday. we, my first and second born, watch sesame everyday… i miss the “original” version aka the 80’s when i first watched it.

  122. DYING of cuteness.

  123. A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E!!!!!! Love, love, love them, but do I dare try? Eeekkk! Now that my 2 year old has seen them, there is no turning back….wish me luck! ;)

  124. O.M.G. The cutest things I have EVER seen. What talent you have!!!

  125. Oh. My. Word. You are unbelievable. Thank you for sharing this with the world – has Sesame Street reached out to you yet to hire you?!?!?!

  126. You’ve so inspired me. I’ve been following for some time now but these pops are sooooo cute that I’m now trying to decide what cute treat I’m going to make for Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with all of us.

  127. Oh my goodness!!!!!!!!!!! All I can say is you’ve outdone yourself in the creativity department (and how is that even possible with all of your previous super-wonderful ideas?!) LOVE Sesame Street and LOVE these!

  128. These are wonderful! My husband says, “I LOOOOVE her for doing this!” Thank you :)

  129. These are awesome!!

    And I am laughing because as I was reading the beginning of the post I was thinking, I have to comment! She needs to get some Gripz for Cookie Monster!!! I see you are several steps ahead of me :)

  130. Just amazing! You continue to outdo yourself. Thanks for the inspiration and sweetness overload.

  131. OMG those are sooo cute. i would LOVE to make some for my friends ;) got one who loves sesame street :D

  132. Oh Bakerella, you evil temptress, you!

    Do you realize how much of my life you have just taken over with this cuteness?

  133. It’s Art … you’re not only a baker, you’re most of all an artist.
    What you do is unbelievable ! Congratulations, each time I come on your website (each day), my eyes are full of wonderful things.
    Go on !

  134. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Bakerella’s Street? :) So adorable!

  135. These are so adorable I can’t even stand it! The tiny cookie really makes it!

  136. Oh my goodness! These are adorable! I cannot imagine how much time it took you! That’s dedication!

  137. That has gotta be about the cutest thing I have EVER seen! Love! Love! LOve!
    Thanks for making my day,

  138. Incredible! Honestly, if I have never been completely awe-struck by you before, I am now. WOW!

  139. Are you kidding me??? These are so.stinking.CUTE!!! Way to go Bakerella!

  140. Is it just me or do you love the irony that Oscar’s tongue is a red candy HEART?

  141. i don’t know how you do it bakerella, seriously these look amazing. I do however feel good that I read all the instructions, i may never be able to make them but i would certainly know how should i have to.

  142. Wow! I am absolutely amazed by your talent and patience!!

  143. Please tell me you’ve sent this over to PBS! Seriously, you should. Although they would probably want hundreds and you’d be busy for days.

    I love these, almost makes me want to throw a Sesame Street party for my kids just to make them!

  144. Oh Wow!!! Those are so absolutely adorable!! Sesame Street was always a big favorite of mine.
    Thank you for such inspiration, cake pops have become a favorite in my house. I haven’t mastered the candy coating yet because mine do no come out as smooth and pretty as yours but I am not giving up yet :)

  145. Bakerella, you have completely outdone yourself. These are fantastic! Is it weird that I got a little misty when I saw your tribute at the end?

  146. Now I’ve got the Sesame Street theme song in my head. And I love it! I am in awe of your creativity. Thank you!!

  147. WOW! just…wow!! you are truly amazing – i can’t believe how creative and beautiful those are! :)

  148. i really REALLY love these :) sesame street and mr rogers were the only tv shows i watched as a kid. cookie monster is generally my favorite but your oscar turned out so perfect i may have a new favorite! thanks as always for sharing!

  149. Oh my goodness! I can’t get over how cute these are, you are very talented and creative Miss Bakerella. Please write a craft/cookbook so I can have all your fabulous ideas by my side in the kitchen.

  150. OMG, these are amazing! Too cute, great pics, great instructions. I had made cake balls for my girlfriend’s Costume Party a couple of weeks ago, and EVERYONE loved them and wanted the recipe. I made sure to tell everyone about your website. I was asked to make them again for our Thanksgiving party and for another party the weekend after. :-) Thank you for all the inspiration!

  151. You have outdone yourself this time. How cute are these?!!?

  152. Elmo, Elmo, Elmoooooooo! :)

  153. These are ADORABLE!!!!!

  154. It is amazing what you can do! And the time and patience…I love reading your blog!!

  155. These are unbelievable. My kids would flip out over these. What an amazing job you did.

  156. These are beyond ADORABLE! I loved Sesame Street – my first words were actually Big Bird. :)

  157. Those Sesame Street pops are so cute…it’ sick. Seriously sick.

    I think they were worth all the work…if nothing else, it brings back fond memories of watching Sesame Street as a kid. That’s about the one show we could watch living in Japan b/c we lived on an army base and they’d replay episodes on the English network for us.

    Keep up the cuteness!

  158. These are soooooo amazingly cute. I wish I had the time to try them out. Maybe after the holidays.

  159. Wow! Amazing work. Thanks for all your ideas — I made eyeball cake pops for my 5 year old and friends for Halloween and they were a big hit.

  160. You are amazing, you’ve always been my baking GOD-ess hero, but these are way above us all. AWESOME!!!

  161. Bakerella, you never cease to amaze me!

  162. Those are about the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Too bad I’ll never have the patience to make them myself!

  163. Cute overload is right! They look soo cool, you did an awesome job! I am especially fond of Oscar. He’s always been my favourite Sesame Street Character. :D

  164. I just took my son to see the live show!! He would die if i made these!!!

  165. My 16 month-old was sitting on my lap when I opened your blog this morning. She started yelling “Melmo, Melmo” at the top of her lungs and clapping her hands. We aren’t Sesame St. watchers but for some reason she has fallen in love with Elmo (aka “Melmo”). I think if I made an Elmo cake-pop for her she just might pass out from the excitement.

  166. these are absolutely fabulous! look difficult as hell to make, but fabulous

  167. All I can say is that YOU ROCK GIRL FRIEND!!!!!! These are the cutest!!!!

  168. If I didn’t already believe it to be so, this post would settle. Bakerella, you are the QUEEN! This rocks so hard I can’t even find proper words to tell you.

    *in awe*

  169. So amazing! You are a cake star (like a rock star) :)

  170. Oh my goodness! these are the cutest things ever!

  171. Are you kidding me? These are AMAZING! You are extraordinarily talented! They should be the official SS anniversary dessert.

  172. This is a SWEET tribute to Jim Henson and a great 40th gift to Sesame street! Way to go, this is awesome.

  173. Amazing! I can only imagine how long it took you to make these. It took me forever just to make pumpkin cake pops for Halloween. I swore I’d never make cake pops again. And now this! I love it! My kids LOVE Sesame Street. I think I might have to try making them.

  174. Que es esto TAN DIVIINO!!! I absolutely loove them!

  175. I cannot believe how talented you are!!!!! Everything you do looks so amazing!! I am so jealous….but still love you just the same!!

  176. These are over the top amazing! I am blown away with the cuteness and accuracy of the characters! What a wonderful tribute to Sesame Street.

  177. These are too cute for words! I love them and can’t wait for one of my nieces or nephews to have a Sesame Street birthday party so we can make these!

  178. these are freaking amazing.

  179. I just can´t stand the cuteness of these cake pops!!
    By the way, your blog is totally international now!
    I´ve been a frequent reader about a year ago all the way from
    Monterrey Mexico
    Keep up the good work :)!!

  180. oh my gosh! I am dying how cute these are! Cookie Monster and Big Bird are my favorite! I can only imagine how long these took you, but girl you are so talented! These are so adorable :)

  181. You rock…

  182. These are wonderful. You are so talented!

  183. I am DYING… these have to be the cutest things I have ever seen. And of course, if I ever tried to replicate it they could never turn out so perfectly as yours did. I must say, you are the most creative baker I’ve ever come across. Amazing!!

  184. I was excited about Google doing a series of logos in honor of Sesame Street, but your pops are cuter!

  185. woops didn’t mean to be anonymous!

  186. I just love your creativity!

  187. These brought me such joy! It’s Monday, I’m having a crappy day, and now you’ve made me smile. I also love how detailed you are in giving us pictures of the different mouths, etc. Thanks for sharing your art!

  188. OMG! Absolutely Amazing! These are just too dang cute! You are awesome!

  189. They are amazing. I think a bakerella puppet should open a shop on Sesame St. for that one.

  190. These are AMAZING!!! So very cute! Happy anniversary, Sesame Street! =)

  191. I swear you’re going to be the death of me. Well, at least the death of my ego. These are amazing. Absolutely amazing. YOU are amazing. Alas, I must try and make them.

  192. THEY ARE PRECIOUS! I hope that the people from Sesame Street get to see these. You never cease to amaze me Bakerella. You are so talented and creative. I so wished you would create a book of your one of a kind cake pops and other goodies. You need to share your gifts with everyone.

  193. Oh my goodness, you goddess!!
    I can only long for your incredible talent and Patience!!

    So cute, and they look delicious!

  194. these are absolutely adorable!!!! if you ever need a 35 year old apprentice – I’d love to help you :) you are simply the most creative decorator I’ve ever seen. Love your work :)

  195. That it TOO cute! I will have to try this out for my niece – she’s 1 and a half and LOVES Elmo.

  196. Oh

    I’m on total cuteness overload….

  197. These are my favorite cakepops so far! You are a true artist. Oscar’s my favorite.

  198. Those are amazing!!!

    I was lucky enough to have my 3 year old son on my lap when we came across your blog this morning. He was so ecstatic, and started laughing!! I believe the first words out of his mouth was “Mom you should make those” I just had to giggle. I am NO WHERE close to being the amazing baker you are. Mine would no doubt end up looking like balls with eyes instead of the characters. So for now…we’ll admire your wonderful work!

    Thanks for bringing a smile to our faces!!!

    Ruth and Logan Norton

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