Stuffed Stocking Cake Pops (and a giveaway)

Stuffed Stocking Cake Pops

I’m sharing these sweet stuffed stockings from my book, Cake Pops Holidays with you guys today. (Plus, there’s a holiday giveaway at the end, too!)

These stockings are one of my favorite designs in the book and they’re actually easier to decorate than the look.

candy wafers

You start out by shaping the crumbled cake and frosting into thick socks – the stockings – and then you dip them in melted candy coating.

You can coat the stockings with any color candy wafers that you like, but I went with dark pink, green, and light blue. Still fun and festive without being straight up red and green. After they dry, dip them in melted white coating for the cuffs and then you can start bringing them to life with random sprinkles and decorations.

Or you could leave them toyless, but they’ll be way happier stuffed with toys inside.

Plus, that’s the most fun for me. Playing and finding fun candies to decorate with.


These are a few of the shapes I used. Candy canes, gingerbread men, candy snaps … plus, my can’t live without sprinkle – white sugar crystals.

But there are tons of sprinkles that would work. You just need to find simple shapes since the stockings are so small.

Here’s the full how-to from my book.

Stuffed Stocking Cake Pops
Yield: 48 stockings

Stuffed Stocking Cake Pops


  • 9 X 13 cake, cooled
  • Frosting
  • Wax paper
  • Baking sheet
  • 48 oz colored candy coating
  • Deep, microwave-safe plastic bowl
  • 48 lollipop sticks
  • Styrofoam block
  • 16 oz white candy coating
  • Small, microwave-safe plastic bowl
  • Assorted sprinkles for toys, such as candy canes, gingerbread men, and flowers
  • Toothpicks
  • Sanding sugar
  • 96 snowflake sprinkles


  1. Crumble cake and mix with 2/3 - 3/4 container of ready made frosting or about 1 cup equivalent homemade until completely combined. Roll into 48 balls and place on a wax paper covered baking sheet.
  2. Shape them, one at a time, into stockings. You can use wax paper to aid in shaping the sides. After starting the shape, take one side of your stocking shape and slide it on a wax paper covered baking sheet. Flip and repeat for each side to help create a flat surface while continuing to shape by hand.
  3. After shaping, put the shaped cakes in the freezer for about 15 minutes to firm up for dipping. Once they are firm, transfer them to the refrigerator.
  4. Melt the candy coating in the deep microwave-safe bowl, following the instructions on the package. The coating should be about 3 in deep for easier dipping. When you are ready to dip, remove a few shaped stockings at a time from the refrigerator, keeping the rest chilled.
  5. One at a time, dip about 1/2 in of the tip of a lollipop stick into the melted candy coating and insert the dipped end straight into the bottom of the stocking shape, pushing it no more than halfway through. Dip the cake pop into the melted coating. Gently lift the pop out of the coating and tap off any excess. Let dry completely in the Styrofoam block.
  6. Melt white candy coating in the small microwave-safe bowl. Dip the tops into the white coating to make the cuffs. While the coating is still wet, place several of the “toy” sprinkles on top. Return to the Styrofoam block and let dry completely.
  7. When dry, use a toothpick to apply more white candy coating on the surface of the cuffs. Sprinkle with sanding sugar over a large bowl so you can reuse it. Use the edge of a clean toothpick to straighten any rough edges by gently pressing it along the bottoms of the cuffs.
  8. To decorate the front of the stockings, attach 2 snowflake sprinkles on each using melted candy coating as glue and dot on more coating for extra detail. Let dry completely in the Styrofoam block.


Source: Cake Pops Holidays by Bakerella

Frosty Friends Mini Kit

And today, because the holidays are fast approaching, I’m giving away a copy of my book along with the Frosty Friends Mini Kit.


I’m also giving away my Cake Pops Toy to the lucky winner!

Here’s a few pics of the toy since I haven’t posted them in a while.

Cake Pops by Bakerella Toy

Cake Pops Toy

It would totally make a sweet present for someone that loves baking and decorating. It’s still available at Toys R Us in the US and Wal-Mart in Canada if you need a gift idea.

Cake Pops Toy

The molds that come with the toy could also help make many of the pops in the book, like the presents, Christmas trees, holly, jingle bells, nutcrackers, elves and much more.

Cake Pops Toy

Enter for a chance to win a copy of Cake Pops Holidays plus the Cake Pops Toy and Frosty Friends Mini Kit.

  • To enter, just leave a comment on this post and tell me what you’re looking forward to baking or tasting this holiday season. What’s your favorite festive treat?
  • Deadline to enter is Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm ET. Sorry, time’s up. Winner announced below.
  • One winner will be chosen at random and announced sometime Wednesday evening.

Good luck!

P.S. – I’m having a book signing Tuesday, December 10 at Chef Central in Paramus, NJ. If you’re in the area, come say hi… I’d love to meet you!




I just picked the winner and it’s comment #301!

I think Debra is going to be pretty excited. Congratulations! Hope you enjoy the book and toy!

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1,455 comments on “Stuffed Stocking Cake Pops (and a giveaway)”

  1. definitely some christmas cakepops! :)

  2. I love peppermint bark and can’t wait to make frosty cakepops

  3. Peanut Butter Balls!! Pistachio & Dried Cherry Bark!! YUM!

  4. These are adorable and look very simple to do. My 7 year old Granddaughter lover to bake with me in the kitchen. She would love this. Thank you.

  5. Sugar cookies!!

  6. I love making mys signature Banana Toffee Icebox Cake. It’s a hit for everyone and it’s delicious too! :)

  7. I have a new kitchen this year, designed for baking. I can’t wait to get started on old family favorites, from sugar cookies and snickerdoodles to magic cookie bars & adding new discoveries! My favorite treats are Triple Chocolate Cake Pops with mini chocolate chips, chocolate cake and chocolate frosting! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  8. I made up two different holiday themed pops: Winter Wonderland that are white with blue, silver, and clear sugar crystals, with snowflakes, snowmen, and presents. Basi cc Christmas ones that are green, red, and white with a snowman, presents, santa, and a tree along with basic pretty pops. I’m hoping i can make alot!! :)

  9. Chocolate peppermint cookies and cake pops from your holiday book I got last year

  10. I have a new kitchen this year, designed for baking. I can’t wait to get started on old family favorites and new discoveries! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  11. Looking forward to baking some cut out sugar cookies!

  12. Love those! I’m looking forward to tasting my mom’s fudge. She only makes it at Christmas time. Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Awesome giveaway! I’m looking forward to making s’mores truffles and peppermint white chocolate mousse domes, yum!!

  14. I’m looking forward to getting my baking/candy making finished. All I’ve got left is the English toffee.

  15. These cake pops are adorable. I’m excited about trying out a new recipe of mini peppermint cupcakes.

  16. I am going to try homemade msrshmallows. I tried once before but they didn’t really work. I love gourmet marshmallows.

  17. Clothespin cookies…and pizzelles. Oh and these pops are beyond adorable.

  18. Im looking forward to making holiday cakepops of course! :)

  19. So much great food and treats this month! I’m really looking forward to a batch of Italian tri-color cookies I’ll be making in about a week. We plan to eat half and freeze the rest for Christmas day. It is such a treat!

  20. Too cute! My six year old daughter has your cake pop kit and she loves it. I can’t wait to make a gingerbread house from scratch. Hmmmm …. gingerbread house cake pops sounds good too.

  21. I’m going to be trying out some new recipes for cookies and cupcakes….also making LOTS of really cute cake pops!

  22. I am looking forward to making sugar cookies and decorating them with the kiddos!

  23. I’m looking forward to baking and decorating Christmas cookies with the kids.

  24. Ohhh I love this kit sets and the book. . It would be a beautiful and happy xmas if I win them :) and will make everything so simple ;)
    Thanks bakerella !!!
    A big hug !!
    Xoxo gabi

  25. I can’t wait to try to make your gingerbread heads and cute stockings! Got your toy set for my birthday and it comes with such useful molds! Can’ the wait to see you in paramus Tuesday with all my cake pop friends!!

  26. I’m really excited to bake a bunch of different cookies this year: chocolate chip, peppermint candy cookies, spritz, just everything! :D

  27. Just found a website where I can order peanut-free candy melts. So after years of sighing in front of the ubiquitous Wilton’s candy melts for years, I’m looking forward to finally trying my hand on cake pops. Wish I’d found this out few years back when I know he’d really have been excited about them (he’s turning 10 in a week), but maybe this time he’ll enjoy making them with me for his baby sister instead.

  28. kiffles!

  29. I just made a big cardamom braid with great success! Can’t wait to make some cinnamon stars.

  30. You make it look easy… ;)

    I am looking forward to Christmas cookies!

  31. I love thumbprint cookies.

  32. making some sugar cookies tomorrow!!!

  33. I am looking forward to making my Mothers Jam Cake again. I haven’t made it since she passed 3 years ago. Now I really miss the Cake at Christmas as well as my Dear Momma.

  34. I’m really craving some peppermint ice cream…but I can’t wait to makeour traditional lemon Christmas cutout cookies too! (They will not be consumed at the same time, of course.)

  35. Love your work !!

  36. Me and my niece would like to use this. We have so much fun rolling out the cake pops by hand and decorating them. She’s better than me. And she’s 8

  37. Your designs and talented executions never cease to amaze me. How fun these are!

  38. I am hoping my mom makes her famous caramel corn this year! It takes forever but it’s so worth it!!!

  39. peppermint bark brownies

  40. gingerbread loaf!

  41. I love making raisin molasses cookies (so much better than they sound) with a recipe my grandfather used. They are so soft and sweet spicy. They taste just like Christmas to me.

  42. my Mothers three layer cookies. Takes up a lot of time but oh so good…

  43. I’m looking forward to all the pies! I think my friends and family are expecting me to make cakeballs, though.

  44. I am looking forward to making painted cutout sugar cookies with my granddaughter when she visits me this December. This is a tradition my mother started with me and I started with my daughter. Your cookies are always an inspiration to me and will be to my granddaughter as well. Thank you for sharing your creativity with others.

  45. I adore my family’s molasses cut-out cookies!

  46. I MUST make my mom’s “forgotten cookies”… My best memories of her are in those yummy meringues. We’d make a batch, load the hot oven, then turn it off, and go to bed….. Needless to say we always got a few cookies for breakfast the next morning!

  47. Tons of Christmas baking ahead but I really look forward to some toffee.

  48. My daughter would love this kit! I’m looking forward to making homemade gingerbread cookies. My favorite things…

  49. I am very excited to make homeade ice cream this holiday season!

  50. mince pies in the uk!

  51. Grandma’s fudge

  52. I am looking forward to making cookies with my girls for our friends. We usually make 10 or 12 different kinds of cookies and double batch most of them. I think my favorite ones are the Amish raisin cookies. They’re sweet and soft and chock full of raisins. Yum! Thanks so much for the chance to win! You are amazing. :D

    Snoopy :D

  53. This Holiday season I am looking forward to a yummy gingerbread cake with whipped cream. Might even turn them into cupcakes.

  54. I’m looking forward to eating some of the stollen my friend makes every year.

  55. These Look Like So Much Fun! I Am Looking Forward To Making Congo Bars that Is A Recipe Passed Down From My Grandmother And Honey Nut Balls Which Is From My Husband’s Grandmother

  56. I’m looking forward to see how a gluten-free, dairy-free dessert will taste (making it for someone else). It should be an interesting baking experience once I find one to try.

  57. Definitely looking forward to making cake pops for family & friends. <3

  58. I’m looking forward to making German Christmas bread (Stollen). We have a family recipe that’s been passed down from my dad’s side of the family and it’s my favorite holiday tradition!

  59. My holiday baking go-to is fruited pound cake and this year is most likely just that.

  60. My favorite holiday treat is fudge! I like coming up with different flavor combinations and sharing them.

  61. my Dad’s homemade Christmas bread. It is filled with walnuts, red and green cherries and raisins. I think I eat a whole loaf myself and I am not ashamed.

  62. I always make orange glazed almond poppy seed bread for the holidays.

  63. I would really love to own your book. All the yummy treats you post look delicious. I looking forward on making some Oreo truffles or something chocolate. Chocolate is my weakness:-)

  64. The stocking cake pops are adorable! I like to see shape variations rather than just design changes to a round pop. I’m going to be making desserts for Christmas but am looking forward to making doughnuts for our breakfast while our daughter opens her gifts!!!

  65. I am so looking forward to making cut-out cookies with my kids. We are going to try using royal icing for the first time along with some buttercream…our favorite. Building memories and traditions while celebrating the birth of Jesus is what Christmas is all about!

  66. I am looking forward to making Rudolph and Clarice cake pops in yummy s’mores, candy cane and gingerbread flavors. I am also going to try Christmas trees, Christmas ornaments and Christmas tree light bulbs. It’s going to be a fun and creative 2 weeks.

  67. Hi, I’m really looking forward to making all kinds of goodies this year, Im in school so I have a ton of new recipes to work from and I’ll be making bunches of cake pops. Love the stockings, love giving my lil gifts to all, Merry Christmas Bakerella!

  68. I love your great ideas! I just started making cake pops and I am looking forward to trying several for the holidays! I work at a daycare and can’t wait to share them with the kiddos!

  69. We always look forward to homemade caramel, fudge and English toffee!

  70. I’m looking forward to making and eating Chex Mix made using my grandma’s recipe. For some reason, the only time we make it is around Christmas time.

  71. These are soooo super cute! I’m looking forward to making some Christmas tree and Santa hat cake pops – they’ve become a Christmas tradition at my house! :)

  72. I am looking forward to baking lemon bars and snickerdoodles for my family!

  73. I’m looking forward to making gingerbread houses with my little girl, this year we’ll make them vagan!!

  74. My daughter and I have been trying out new cheesecake favors! Christmas we will be have a peanut butter cup and butterfinger cheesecake with oreo crust!!! We won’t be able to walk afterwards I’m sure lol have a great holiday!

  75. Cake pops for our childrens ministry kids!

  76. I’m looking forward to make sugar cookies: Santa gnomes, tacky Christmas wreaths, and festive snow globes! These are all new designs I’ll be making for the first time!!

  77. I love baking cookies for Christmas! I usually make 18 kinds each year!!

  78. I will be making eggnog cheese cake

  79. I’m looking forward to making a red velvet cheesecake!

  80. I would love a copy of your book. All the yummy treats you make look delicious. But I’m really looking forward on making some Oreo truffles or something made with chocolate. Chocolate always seems to be my weakness:-)

  81. I look forward to making fun Christmas cake pops. Everyone enjoys them, especially all the kids in my family!

  82. I’m so excited for classic Christmas cookies and hot chocolate!!

  83. I have just been busy making Oreo truffles for gifts today and they taste so good :) so there may not be any left to give as gifts!

  84. Looking forward to making snowmen and reindeer cookies. Seen some cute ideas i want to try. My cake pops don’t quite come out right so would love to win this tool to see if could have a cake pop throw down down with ya! My favorite festive treat this year is not edible but am looking forward to my parents visiting from Africa:)

  85. I’m thinking pecan pie! Had it at Thanksgiving and I’m ready to go home for Christmas so I can have it again!

  86. Looking forward to making salted caramel brownies! My daughters new fave flavor!

  87. I’m looking forward to making homemade marshmallows so I can dip them when I dip my cake pops!

  88. I make your red velvet cake into cupcakes every year and this one’s no different. Everyone loves them! I do too! I am also making gingerbread cookies this year. I use a Martha Stewart recipie i love. Thank you for the great giveaway!

  89. I am definitely looking forward to more pumpkin desserts and snacks!

  90. I’m looking forward to pecan pie!

  91. Hmm.. I’m looking forward to making something new this Christmas.. I’m not sure yet though! I made some brown butter snickerdoodles. first snickerdoodles I’ve ever made. They were delicious! Maybe I’ll make some more as gifts for family and friends!

  92. I love the flaming of the Christmas pudding watching the flames lick around it. I am looking forward to making some cake pops

  93. chocolate covered peanuts

  94. This year, I am looking forward to making gingerbread houses with my friends and family! I’m super excited about it!! :D

  95. I just like eating all the chocolate. We have a treat section in our office and it stocks up often because of the holidays.

  96. I’m going to be making some new treats for the family this year, peppermint cake pops among them. I always look very forward to eating my mother-in-law’s pumpkin roll, it is so very good!

  97. Thanks so much for more inspiration. really enjoyed meeting you and your mom this past weekend. I am looking forward to trying some of your tricks for better cake pops! Happy holidays.

  98. Love it gingerbread house yumi

  99. I’m going to bake m&ms cookies as a food gift to my cousin! and also a gingerbread macaron for the holiday seasoooon <3

  100. I make sea salt carmels every year – they are very popular :-)

  101. I’m looking forward to making rolls from scratch for the very first time for our Christmas dinner… maybe I should do I practice run first? Eek!

  102. My daughter would love that!!!!

    I’m looking forward to making chocolate crinkle cookies. So yummy and I always look forward to them.

  103. My girls would love this. I might just have to get them a cake pop kit anyway. :) I enjoy making gingerbread houses with my littles…but not really eating them…just munching on the candy they decorate with.

  104. If I go anywhere without red velvet cake balls, people get upset. So, I guess I will be making lots of them, I’d hate to lose any friends!

  105. lots of cookies and fudge!

  106. Me and my twin girls look forward to making cookies, cakes, cake pops and Peppermint Barks! Its our favorite time of year! Spending time with my family makes a life time of memories!

  107. Christmas rum cake!

  108. I want to create some fun cake pop treats with my kids this year. Hopefully that will become a fond memory for them and a lasting family tradition.

  109. I love making candy this time of year. I found gingerbread flavored candy melts and made gingerbread man and house lollipops!

  110. Awesome too cute

  111. My mom bought a baby-sized tub of crisco with the anticipation of making doughnuts over Christmas. I’ve been making a lot of doughnut recipes lately, so I think I have it down! I’m so excited to be home and bake with her.

  112. Mint chocolate chip cookies, I only make them on the holidays

  113. I want to try making pumpkin souffle. I love anything peppermint once December hits.

  114. Awesome good luck to everyone

  115. I just finished my Christmas baking~12 quadruple batches of Scottish Shortbread cookies!! The batches do not individually make many cookies but 12 quadruple batches are 1,152 cookies, give or take a few! Whew!

  116. I’m looking forward to baking cute Christmas themed cookies and cupcakes. I love baking for the holidays because I get to spend special time with family and friends.

  117. So cute!! I’m looking forward to peanutbutter kiss cookies! Our family favorite! :)

  118. Looking forward to trying peppermint Oreo truffles!

  119. I cannot wait to bake Christmas cookies! We make chocolate chips, tassies & sugar circle cookies in my house!

  120. I want to try some different candies; brittles and fudge and mints!

  121. I love Christmas fudge! These stockings are too cute!

  122. I love your books. Great ideas for a different cake stuff

  123. Peppermint fudge! Used to make it every year but haven’t lately for some reason. Can’t wait to bring it back :-)

  124. We are having a gingerbread decorating party so I am making the house. I am also looking forward to make cookies on Christmas Eve for Santa, we will make molasses and have not decided on the other yet.

  125. Love these! I bake tons of fun cupcakes for the holidays!

  126. I am going to make Christmas cookies and deorated them. I will be giving these as gifts to friends and family. These are my fav. Thanks for the giveaway! Super excited!!

  127. Looking forward to baking Christmas tree cakepops for a dog rescue organization this weekend! I am donating the cakepops for a bake sell they are having! :-) … Thanks to Bakerella I have learned so much!

  128. I can’t wait to make all my cakepops to give out for teacher gifts.

  129. Love making sugar cookies!

  130. I love making and decorating Christmas cookies! This will be my son’s first Christmas and I’m excited to have him as my little helper!

  131. Definitely my cream caramels!!

  132. Looking forward to making mice – using kisses and maraschino cherries with slivered almonds- then trying cake pops for the first time . Every year I make something for the staff at my school.

  133. Funfetti sprinkle cookies!

  134. I looking forward to making Christmas sugar cookies and decorating them to give as gifts.These are my favorite. Thanks for the give away would love to have your book; 0) Merry Christmas!

  135. I am looking forward to baking with my mom, doesn’t really matter if its cakes, or cake pops, or cookies, just spending time with her cooking makes the holidays just right. Wishing to win this amazing kit, we have been just recently starting to make cake pops, however your pictures inspire me to make amazing designs/decorations.
    Favorite festive treat…hard question. Im just really craving my moms carrot cake, but hope to have every type of treat :)

  136. love doing the cakes pop … there are really cute… also my daughter like to make them.

  137. I’ve got my annual cookie party next weekend, and I’ve got a stack of never-before-tried cookie recipes I’m going to do. So excited!

  138. I love making sugar cookies! and my kids LOVE decorating them!

  139. Looking forward to a new baby due at the end of December!

  140. My favorite holiday treat is chocolate crinkles. Merry Christmas, Bakerella.

  141. I’m looking forward to tasting my brother’s No Bakes!

  142. We have a tradition of all the little kids making cut out sugar cookies with frosting and sprinkles, but I think it is time to change the tradition to making cake pops instead. I love the stocking idea and am looking forward to trying this and a bunch of other awesome cake pop ideas. So cute!!

  143. I’m most looking forward to spritz cookies – don’t know why I only make them at Christmas.

  144. I look forward to making cookies and apple cobbler. Those are 2 of the desserts that cant be missing from our holiday baking :)
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

  145. I just made 100 cake pops with red and white striped sticks for a holiday brunch! I am looking forward to making fudge, peanut butter buckeyes and poppy seed mini cakes. Thanks for all of your wonderful ideas!

  146. So adorable !!! I am looking forward to baking Christmas cookies with my 5 year old son. My son is who got me started making cake pops when he asked me to make them for his 4th birthday party … Lightning McQueen and Mater … quite the challenge but came out very cute … 5th party request was a lot easier … Mike from Monsters U=) He would love the toy because he is a total cake pop fan!!!

  147. I love making cookies and buckeyes. I’ve made cake balls but never pops. These are super cute so I might need to attempt a batch.

  148. I’m looking forward to baking cookies with my mom!!

  149. These look fantastic. Looking to make some melted snowmen cookies and chocolate acorns.

  150. Magic Cookie Bars are my favorite!!! :)

  151. Cake pops are definitely on the top of my Christmas baking list!

  152. I’m so totally looking forward to making some festive Christmas Cake Pops !! I so much enjoy making little treats for our kiddos!! I am also looking forward to baking a whole lot of other goodies like Pecan Tassies, gingerbread men, and lots more!! Happy Holidays!!

  153. Looking forward to cupcakes actually! There’s no special treat we make:/

  154. I’ll be baking cookies for whoever will eat them!

  155. My mom & I are doing a ton of baking this Wed. We love doing our homemade fudge, almond spritz cookies, chocolate mint chip cookies, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, gingerbread cheesecake, and white chocolate peppermint cupcakes. This would be an awesome addition to what we do!

  156. I’m looking forward to making a ton of cookies but I think these cake pops would be a great alternative.

  157. I have already started baking. I made 3 different kinds of cookies, rice krispies treats and of course cake pops for a dinner a local non profit is having for families in need.

  158. Gingerbread cookies!

  159. Cookies & candy!

  160. There are a ton of cake pops on the to-do list, but I’m also looking forward to experimenting with some French macarons this holiday season.

  161. Anything that is: dairy free, gluten free, soy free, egg free , nut free, corn free and organic ;)

  162. Baking for my friends and family! Pumpkin Cranberry Bread, Chocolate Truffles, and Peanut Butter Balls!

  163. I’m famous for my shortbread so I will be making a lot of that in the next week or so.
    My daughter would love the cake pop kit. Hope we win :)
    Happy holidays!!

  164. I can’t wait to make my grandmas holly cookies as well as my moms caramel corn!

  165. So cute! I’m looking forward to trying some new sugar cookie recipes to decorate with my daughter.

  166. Rum balls

  167. I want to make some red & white, and some green & white rolled cookies this year. Along the other MANY things I bake for Christmas! Tis the season! :)

  168. Thanks for all the inspiration!! LOVE IT! I’m looking forward to making a whitechocolate cranberry cake for the holidays. Any suggestions? pass em on, lol! again thanks for all you share and all you do!!

  169. My mom & I are doing a ton of baking this Wed. We love making our homemade fudge, almond spritz cookies, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, chocolate mint cookies, gingerbread cheesecake, and white chocolate peppermint cupcakes. This would be an awesome addition to what we already do!

  170. I am looking forward to baking peppermint bark cookies! Also sugar cookies because they are my favorite to decorate :)

  171. my son who is 3 loves baking today 12/8 we made sugar cookies he was so excited plus he got to use the mixer ..So we decided for Christmas we are making little presents with m&ms inside he is so excited he keeps talking about it and telling random people to..Hes my little baker …

  172. I’m looking forward to making snowball cookies this year! I make them every year with my mom and it’s one of my favorite traditions. They are my fave cookies!

  173. I always love making cut out sugar cookies with my kids and their friends. It is a great tradition!

  174. I am looking forward to making needhams! I love the chocolate and coconut.

  175. I love baking my mom’s creme wafer cookies!

  176. I am looking forward to baking sugar cookies and all kinds of peppermint yumminess!

  177. what a great giveaway! I’m hoping some salted caramels, candied orange peel and peppermint will make their way to my plate!

  178. I looking forward to cream cheese cookies.

  179. I am looking forward to making christmass cake pops for my sons preschool class, and making sugar cookies and decorating them with the family.

  180. I love Christmas baking and I cannot decide what my favorite thing is! I love it all, cake pops, sugar cookies, peanut butter balls, pixies, pretzel rods, and on and on!!

  181. Oh, I’m looking forward to baking candy cane cookies! Plus, these stocking cake pops! :)

  182. I am most looking forward to some big batches of eggnog to drink up! That and some cute festive cupcakes :)

  183. So cute!!! I am attempting fudge this year!

  184. I am looking forward to baking sugar cookies with my grandson!

  185. I can’t wait to bake some sugar cookies.

  186. Those are so cute :o)

    I want to try chocolate peppermint cupcakes, with a ganache filling. YUM!

  187. CUTE stockings!!! I am looking forward to having some yummy gingerbread cookies, peppermint truffles, & hot cocoa :)

  188. I’m looking forward to making a tasty fruit cake of all things!

  189. I want to make a chocolate jellyroll cake this year, with mushroom meringues if I’m feeling extra ambitious.

  190. I always look forward to tasting peppermint bark! I make my own and it’s delicious! :) Definitely wouldn’t mind trying my hand at some cake pops, I’ve never made them before!

  191. I’m looking forward to making an Eggnog pound cake with butter rum sauce. ^_^

  192. So cute! I’m going to be making a lot of no-bake truffles this season for gifts – I’ve picked 9 flavors so far and want to pick three more – Cookie dough, pecan pie, pumpkin cream cheese, Samoa, Oreo, Nutella, Peanut butter pretzel, Mint Oreo, and Chocolate Peppermint :)

  193. I’m excited to bake all sorts of chocolate treats for my boyfriend – He’s a US Airman and it’s his first Holiday Season in the states in over a decade, so the Christmas Cheer is multiplied by infinity in this house hahaha
    Also – we have our new puppy, so she’s gonna get some homemade baked treats :)
    Happy Holidays! I love all of your ideas and I can’t wait to surprise him when he gets home from his mission :D

  194. I’m most looking forward to making and eating my dark chocolate brownies. I also can’t wait for the stuffed turkey :-)

  195. The stockings are adorable! Had so much fun meeting you in Athens yesterday, it was wonderful treat! I’m looking forward to sugar cookies in cute shapes the most, with fun sprinkles and icing!

  196. These stockings are gorgeous!!
    This holiday season I’m looking forward to baking my favorite holiday treat..gingerbread cookies. Yum!!
    Happy Holidays Bakerella and thank you for all the inspiration!!

  197. I found a really cute sugar cookie baking and decorating kit at Trader Joe’s so I’m looking forward to making them with my kids. Thank you for the giveaway!

  198. I love all the little toys sticking out!! I am going to make some oreo truffles this Christmas, I can’t wait!

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