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. We love Christmas cookies……but one of our favorites to make is biscotti……cookies that can also be for breakfast…, win! We make two varieties at the holidays…….cranberry pistachio with Grand Marnier orange liqueur dipped in white chocolate and cherry almond with di Saronno amaretto dipped in milk chocolate. YUM!!!

  2. I always love making English Toffee for my family at this time of year…its our Christmas Candy =)

  3. Looking forward to making fudge and toffee!

  4. I’m looking forward to eating anything chocolate. Love your stockings. I would love to try to make some.

  5. This year my daughter is making cookies to give to her friends as presents. She has never much cared about cooking but she has a class where cooking is part of what she learns this year. She made some chocolate chip cookies and now is ready to try another recipe or two.

  6. I am looking forward to baking my Great Grandmas Sugar Cookies! They are so delicious and not like a typical sugar cookie; they are super soft and airy and they really puff up when you bake them. Yum!!! Without a doubt these sugar cookies are my favorite festive treat! Happy Holidays to all!

  7. I always bake my Goobie bars! A recipe I inherited from my HS coach. Every time we win in a game she has this treat for us! & now for my kids every holiday season.

  8. We’re definitely going to make christmas themed cookies! dozens of them! I’m looking forward to all the sweets that will be on our table!

  9. I am looking forward to my annual Christmas cookie baking day. So may delicious recipes and maybe even a few new ones too!

  10. We are planning on making some “payday” bars. :)

  11. I can’t wait for my dad’s buckwheat pancakes on Christmas morning!

  12. I am looking forward to making cut-out cookies with my daughters and decorating them with the whole family.

  13. I think I have finally figured out how to make nice sugar cookies so I am looking forward to making those! I might try the snow globe cake pops too! Happy Holidays, thanks for the inspiration.

  14. What an awesome giveaway!! I would love to win!!! I am looking forward for school to be over so I can have a cookie decorating party with the kids!!!!

  15. I’m looking forward to baking all my holiday cookies – I made 20 different kinds and hand them out to family and friends.

  16. I love decorated sugar cookies.

  17. Loving the chocolate mint combo – so excited to be making and tasting anything that involves that!

  18. Im looking forward to making French vanilla gingerbread pops!

  19. Those little stockings are adorable! Im looking forward to making & eating Italian cookies & pizzelles.

  20. I would love to win your Cake Pops Toy!! My sons and I often do cake pops since I found out your cute blog.
    For this Christmas I will try to do some French pastries.

  21. Looking forward to our traditional Christmas Eve cookie bake night! So much fun and these pops would be a great addition. ; )

  22. I’m looking forward to helping my wife make salted caramels. We make them for gifts and I eat a few for taste testing.

  23. What a great giveaway for Christmas! I love making stacks of star biscuits and reindeer biscuits to hang on the tree!

  24. I usually bake a load of goodies to bring into work during the week or so leading up to our Christmas shutdown.. this year though.. I’m most looking forward to homemade fudge and flavored caramels.

  25. I’m looking forward to making Christmas dinner for my family and salted caramels!

  26. Thank you so much for your generous heart. As always, it is shining bright this season.

    I am looking forward to making decorated sugar cookies! I just love all the royal icing and sanding sugar fun you can have. Not to mention butter cream, fondant…… lol

    Merry Christmas!!

  27. I’m excited to make the M&M cookies you posted last week. There’s a wintery mix falling in Boston today so it’s a good day for staying home and baking.

  28. We’re baking tri colored cookies and pumpkin rolls. I love your cake pops they are always adorable! Thank you for the contest!

  29. Cookies, cookies, and more cookies!

  30. I love this set!!! I´m from Uruguay and I want to cook popcakes with “dulce de leche”.

  31. I’m looking forward to making a perfect gingerbread cookies. Just like yours ;))

  32. I am looking forward to making cream cheese cut outs with my kids. We love to decorate them for santa. My daugher would love the cakepop kit! The stockings are adorable, I hope I get the book for Christmas. :)

  33. I’m looking forward to making gingerbread men and a Yule log cake this holiday seasom

  34. I’m baking chocolate chip cookies!! I give away frozen cookie dough for Christmas presents. My sister and her family are coming from New Mexico back to Ohio for a week, and I’ll keep her kids jacked up on sugar while they’re here – they won’t calm down until February!

  35. Every year I make gingerbread houses for our closest friends. This year there will be seven families. They all come over and bring the candy and decorate them. It is my favorite day, and the kids love that they are decorating a house made from scratch. Ah love it!

  36. I’m looking forward to making all of the goodies that I only make for Christmas!

  37. Looking forward to some good peppermint bark! ‘Tis the season for all things delicious and chocolate/minty.

  38. I cannot wait to make classic gingerbread men and a Yule log cake this holiday season

  39. I’m looking forward to baking sugar cookies and decorating them with my 2 and 4 year old. It is messy fun!

  40. I’m looking most forward to the smiles my empanadas bring ;)

  41. What I look forward to the most is making christmas cookies, the only problem is that I usually eat more then I give away…!

  42. I will be making my favorite chocolate raspberry almond torte for Christmas dinner. It also has a bit of raspberry liqueur in the ingredients and that along with dark chocolate and fresh raspberries make it SO delicious!

  43. Ginger snaps! My favourite holiday cookie by far :)

  44. I’m looking forward to making cookies for Santa with my kids, and I can’t wait to taste my moms homemade divinity fudge!

  45. Those stockings are so darn adorable! I look forward most to making my Christmas cookies, I probably end up eating more than I giveaway. …lol!

  46. I love huge trays of cookies, different shapes, colors and sizes .

  47. I have already made my grandma’s christmas cookies and I think my next will be a black and white cookie

  48. I’m looking forward to making mini key lime pies and perfecting cake pops.

  49. I love making biscotti!

  50. I love baking with my daughter and these stocking stuffers are so cute, awesome gift for classroom xmas party!

  51. I want to make caramels.

  52. I am looking forward to making sugar cookies wit my son who turns eight next week. I am hoping he will never get to old to want to bake cookies with his Mom!

  53. I love making cinnamon rolls for holiday breakfasts.

  54. These stocking cake pops are awesome! I look forward to making the no bake cake pops using gingerbread oreos. I made them last year into xmas trees. They were a big hit and simple!

  55. I’m looking forward to baking, decorating and sharing baked goods with family and friends this holiday season. This year all the kids are old enough to help which should make for a fun and MESSY holiday season :)) After all, a messy kitchen is a sign of happiness!!

  56. Love cake pops!!!!

  57. I’m looking forward to making treats for my 2 daughters classes. They LOVE to help me with the CAKE POPS and everyone enjoys them!! My daughters would be beside themselves if I won’t this!! Merry Christmas!!! (I might just have to give these stockings a try)

  58. i am looking forward to cookies, i love to make them and eat them!! Grandkids are my little helpers now, I love it!

  59. My seven layer rainbow cookies! I only make them at Christmas :-)

  60. Tonight I’m baking your chocolate-peppermint cookies for my class’ Christmas party! First time with using my kitchen aid! So excited!

  61. I”ve been teaching my daughters to love the art of baking, and we have gathered info on our family members’ favorite cookies. We try to make each kind every year for a family favorites platter! Happy Holidays Bakerella!

  62. Sugar cookies!!!!!!!! I make cake pops quite a bit but I have trouble with not eating the mix before I dip the chocolate!!

  63. I am looking forward to making Oreo peppermint fudge, cookie dough pops and of course some cake pops too.


  64. I’m looking forward to making these adorable stockings and some cupcakes!

  65. I’m looking forward to making my Christmas cookies, especially the Mexican wedding type cookies.

  66. I can’t wait to make holiday cookies.

  67. I am looking forward to making cookies with my granddaughter.
    She would love any of your cake pops.

  68. I love fudge!

  69. I love to make all the candies and cookies!

  70. My favorite is chocolate rum balls. I should try putting them on a stick…hmmmmm. sounds yummy

  71. Adorable. Can’t wait to make these!

  72. I love making and giving away peanut butter bon bons, but I love sampling gingerbread anything! I might have a gingerbread problem!

  73. Soo cute :D

  74. I can’t wait to make no bake cookies and my grandmas amazig press cookies!

  75. Definitely spicy oatmeal cookies…and chocolate/peppermint anything!

  76. Im looking forward to making a pear and pecan cake with cream cheese frosting.

  77. gingerbread men are my favorite!

  78. I look forward most to making my Nana’s walnut crescent cookies. Every Christmas I make them and think of her. It’s like she is right there in the kitchen with me. Love seeing her handwritten recipe on the old tattered index card and I will never rewrite it!

  79. I can’t wait for plum pudding!

  80. I am going to make some Candy Crack! Actually we just call it that as you can’t stop eating it! Crackers poured over with a caramel-type sauce made with butter and brown sugar, then baked, then coated with chocolate chips that melt and get spread over the top. It is SO good!

  81. I’m looking forward to making the caramel squares. It just isn’t Christmas without them!

  82. Actually, all my favorite cookies!

  83. Snowball cookies that my sister makes

  84. Two things on my baking list. First- when out in Yellowstone this past September, LOVED the buffalo so bought a buffalo cookie cutter- so need to make buffalo cookies! Then promised the gals at a local nursing home that I visit- lemon poppyseed poundcake. All meant to give away to make others smile and me- have fun in the making! And Jamie above me- I’ll bet you’ll do just fine!

  85. I’m looking forward to raisin cookies. A holiday staple around here!

  86. My daughter and I love making cutout cookies….and our homemade caramels!

  87. fruit cake and red velvet ;;; yum yum yum!

  88. I’m looking forward to just a simple chocolate chip cookies to boost up my Christmas spirit~

    Greeting from the other side of the world~ I’m from Bangkok, Thailand, hope I can join this giveaway. If not, thanks for sharing all great information up on this website. I do enjoy reading your blog..^^…

  89. I’m looking forward to making cookies and candies for some special neighbors.

  90. I’m going to attempt Pumpkin Roll for the first time! Normally I just let my mom take the reigns, but I’m taking on the challenge this year!

  91. I’m looking forward to making cookies for my cookie swap…I’m thinking chocolate and mint something…

  92. Cookies, sugar, thumbprints, rumballs, wedding, the works its the only time of year I do cookies.

  93. Every year my best friend and I get together for a night and bake like crazy to give away to our family and friends. I also spend a day baking with my sons. I think I am most looking forward this holiday season to gingerbread man cookies because my sons made the dough and are so excited. They would love to play with the cake pop kits!

  94. We make butter cookies that we decorate with icing and sprinkles; they are so fun and pretty!

  95. Frosted decorated cookies!

  96. I’m looking forward to baking. I love making holiday treats but baking my Nonna’s good old fashioned Sicilian biscotti is my favorite. She passed away before I was born so when I bake her cookies it feels like I have a little part of her here still.

  97. English Toffee! I only make it once a year, and my oh my, is it yummy!

  98. I am looking forward to making cake pops for Christmas. Thanks for giveaway.

  99. Me me me , Pick me PLEASE!!!! We make lots of Candy Fudge Cakes & Pies for the Holidays.

  100. This year, by the first time in my life I set a dough for a gingerbread, and this will be my flavour this Christmas!

  101. Cookies, cookies!! Always cookies :).

  102. My kids and I bake family cookies every year, a tradition my grandmother started. We use her recipe too. Makes me feel close to home and family back in new york since all extended family make the same cookies evety year!

  103. I’m really looking forward to making pretzel turtles. I’ve never made or tasted them before, but they look pretty easy!

  104. Looking forward to baking Christmas cookies with my niece.

  105. Cookies, Cookies and more cookies!! And my favorite Sticky pudding with custard and caramel sauce!! Mmmm…

  106. I look forward to anything with the combination of chocolate and peppermint, also making good old sugar cookies!!!!!

  107. These stockings are just too cute… :)
    I am looking forward to baking holiday cookies but would love to try to make these cake pops!!! Have a fabulous holiday season!!!

  108. I’m looking forward to baking our traditional cut-out sugar cookies.

  109. These are the cutest! I am looking forward to baking/making all of our family’s favorite cookies–snowballs, bourbon balls, fudge, angel thumbprints, gingerbread and decorated sugar cookies. Happy Holidays!

  110. I am making candy this year with different add-ins. Thanks for the giveaway!

  111. I love your creations..I’ll be trilled to win!

  112. My Mom’s fudge – don’t know why I don’t make it year round, but I like to give it to my family and friends at Christmas. I’m the only one who makes it now that she is gone.

  113. I always do black and white cookies. But this year I’m thinking black and white cake pops!!
    Happy Holidays!!

  114. My family loves having a sugar cookie Christmas tree during the holidays, so that’s what I’m looking forward to baking. A new tradition is cappuccino hazelnut crinkles for the adults.

  115. Love, love, love making cake pops! I’m always afraid to take on somethng like your stockings, but they look awesome! Would love to win this give-a-way, thank you! Merry Christmas!

  116. So creative !!! Love the stockings….I always look forward to making gingerbread people every Christmas

  117. We’re looking forward to our usual decorated sugar cookies!

  118. I really want to make cinnamon scrolls from scratch these holidays and custard. Just enjoy spending time with family in the kitchen.

  119. I love baking cinnamon pecans during the holidays. Hope to have some time to try making some holiday cake pops too!

  120. I look forward to baking Christmas Cookies this year. But my favorite treat is cheese ball served with crackers.

  121. Oh Lord, what to make this Christmas….on a MASSIVE French pastry kick lately! Have the most beautiful little book on designer éclairs and profiteroles; cracking that open and going to town.

    That, and the most delicious pavlova imaginable; crunchy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside, and covered with whipped cream, tropical coulis, mangoes, passionfruit…served up with my gorgeous white chocolate and mango mousse. And with a 3 chocolate mousse cake for afters. :)

    Forget the turkey, just go straight to dessert!

  122. Those stockings are adorable. I am amazed at all the adorable shapes and sprinkles you find! Those gingerbread sprinkles are too cute! I am looking forward to baking cookies as gifts for friends and family. Snickerdoodles are among my favorite to do. I also love to make Prime Rib for Christmas dinner with all the trimmings too. I only make it one day a year!

  123. I can’t wait to make Russian Tea Cakes. We use to make every year when I was younger. I never knew the name of them, I use to call them snowball cookies.

  124. Fudge. I am so excited to make it and eat all of it. By myself.

  125. I bake all the time, but at holidays I especially enjoy baking and candy making, especially the older and ethnic recipes, to put together goodie trays for the nursing home residents for their Sunday coffee hours with visitors and for the older folks in the area that live alone and wouldnt or are unable to do it for themselves…just because they are elderly or dont have family around does not mean they dont enjoy a treat..and they love the visits, not matter how long or brief! …

  126. I plan on making loads and loads of aall kinds of cookies! Black and White, Cinnamon Stars (that a thing in the US?) anything that gets stacked with jam and tons more!

  127. I loved your little turkey cake pops. I love this time of year, if I could put a turkey in a stocking cake pop, I’d be happy. I love to make gingerbread cookies this time of year.

  128. I can’t wait to make this years gingerbread house. I’ve been planning for a few weeks and have finally designed the perfect house!!

  129. I look forward to baking and candy making to share with family. All kinds make me happy!!

  130. Going to make my mile high lemon meringue pie…love the tart/sweet taste.
    Also I love to make hard crack candy…cinnamon.

  131. i so looking forward to bake cookies and mostly cake pops thay are my kids Favorite, i will love to finally be able to make all the holiday cake pops from your new book, thanks to you and your amazing book i fall in love with making cake pops.
    my favorite festive treat is making my own gingerbread cookies in every size.
    thank you.

  132. What a great kit! I’m looking forward to making chocolate snappers and sugar cookies!

  133. These are incredibly cute! I love them and can’t wait to try to make them. My three year old LOVES to help me make (and eat) cake pops and I’m sure the twins that are on the way will too! As much as I love to bake, though, I cannot wait to have my grandmother’s cheese flan. It is incredible and I look forward to it every year!

  134. I love the stockings! I’m looking forward to making cut out sugar cookies.

  135. Peppermint smores :D

  136. I’m looking forward to making a diffrent types of cake pops from your book, i never had this beautiful cake pops Equipment and i wish i finally be able to make this beautiful creations, with my family, that i am sure will be happy to get a little happiness.

  137. Absolute favorite holiday treat is divinity!

  138. I’m looking forward to hot chocolate and mini marshmallows! ^^

  139. I am looking forward to making white chocolate fudge for the FIRST TIME!!! :)

  140. Cookies and fudge are a favorite in our house !

  141. Your stockings are so cute :)
    I love Xmas food, I cant wait to make and eat everything! Mince pies, peppermint bark, truffles, Yule log, I love having little buffets for tea over the holidays when all my family are home :)

  142. Love love love the stockings! So cute! I’m looking forward to making cheesecake. It’s my families favorite.

  143. My 7 year old daughter is into cooking right now. We are hoping to make a cookie tree (I’m so bad at making cookies tho) and she can’t wait to decorate a gingerbread house. Unfortunately I can not make them at all :-(.

  144. Looking forward to some new truffle experiments and cookies.

  145. I can’t wait to make your “Mama’s Pecan Pies” (miniature) for Christmas’s gifts for 35 my co-workers. I love the pcutre with the litlte bows on cute.

  146. I am looking forward to making a gingerbread house this year. From scratch! It will be my first time so I’m nervously excited lol
    I have your book. It’s wonderful. You’re very creative.
    Happy Holidays ;-)

  147. I check your website all the time. I love the pop star section. I’m still working up the courage to actually try making the super cute pops you whip up. Keep up with all your amazing ideas.

  148. Baking oreo cheesecake cookies and choco peppermint brownies is in my to-do list this holiday. can’t wait!

  149. I’m looking forward to making chocolate log!!

  150. Those stockings are the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!

    I’m looking forward to trying out some new recipes this year.

  151. I’m must be honest. I’m looking forward to the traditional danish biscuit I make every year. In the end of Christmas I can’t stand them anymore, but it’s not Christmas before they’re made. The smell, the taste. It is Christmas.

  152. my favorite things to bake during the holiday season are the cookies that my family leaves out for santa, because i always make them with my grandma and she lets me lick the spoon :)

  153. After several months working in different refugee camps across Liberia without access to a kitchsn, I am looking forward to baking EVERYTHING. Yule log, decorated gingerbread, a multitude of squares, and of course some cake pops!

  154. Baking oreo cheesecake cookies and choco peppermint cupcakes is in my to-do list this holiday. Can’t wait!

  155. I’m looking forward to baking cookies for family and friends!

  156. I love anything that has caramel or maple syrup in it, so lots of maple and pecan, and caramel desserts for me :-)

    Thank you!

  157. OMG! These would be so perfect for my daughter for Christmas! Please please please pick me :D we love you!

  158. I’m looking forward to mint crinkles, linzer cookies and red velvet cake for my Christmas Eve birthday)))

  159. My daughter has been dying for this! We plan to make together this season chocolate covered Oreo snowmen! So exciting and yummy!!

  160. I’m looking forward to baking something with cranberries. Maybe a cookie recipe or some cupcakes. Festive baking!

  161. Christmas ornament cake balls!

  162. Brownies! Making them as gifts this year. Can’t wait!

  163. I started the snowflakes cookies already and working on some cookie trees too!

  164. This Christmas I love GINGERBREAD!!!! man, house, stars and hearts…are coming to my home! Merry Ginger Christmas to everyone!

  165. I am partial to spritz cookies.

  166. Toffee bars! A yearly favorite…

  167. Love making cookies. Would like to try cake pops though this year.

  168. I’ve used a lot of your recipes for different things! They always turn out how they are seen above. I’m looking forward to making these cake pops and those peppermint cookies soon wih my friends <3

  169. Oh, sugar cookies, rum balls, candy canes, oh my…

  170. These stocking cake pops are too adorable!!! I can’t wait to make them! :) I am looking forward to making gingerbread cookies and decorating them with my nephew.

  171. The stockings look amazing. I’m looking forward to baking holiday cookies. My favorite!

  172. Snickerdoodle cookies

  173. I’m going to prepare some cookies called “rose del deserto” and the “struffoli”, a traditional Christmas sweetness from Napoli (I’m italian). I’ve also bought your book and I want to do my first cake pops ^_^

  174. I’m looking forward to decorate my first ever baked sugar cookies and chocolate cupcake with cooked frosting.

  175. I look forward to making Xmas cake pops. My daughter wants to learn so I will make them with her. I guess my favorite would be cheesecake.

  176. Peppermint Creams make them every Xmas plus so quick & easy. Hope your giveaway applies to residents in UK
    Eitherway Hope all have a great festive season
    Merry Xmas x

  177. This Christmas I would like to taste eggnog for the first time! Yes, I’ve never had it before! My favorite Christmas treats are anything my momma makes for Christmas.

  178. Peppermint bark and peppermint everything.

  179. My favorite treat to make this year have been macarons!!!

  180. Gingerbread

  181. Bread! I made some banana bread already!

  182. I’m going to try to make some peppermint soft cakes this Christmas :)

  183. I’m attempting cake pops for the first time this Christmas!

  184. I am really looking forward to baking cake pops for the first time. I am planning on making them in red velvet with white candy coating. I hope it goes well! Hugs.

  185. Hello there,

    I’m looking forward to bake some cakes and pops for a charity event on the 22nd. We’re trying to collect some money for a leukemia patient. Well, not the happiest cause but I’m looking forward to help the ones who needs the most.

    Kind regards and thank you for this give away!
    Have a great one!


  186. I love these stockings so I tried them turned out cute even though mine were lopsided a bit. Grand-kids loved them and when we were finished they asked if we could make the chocolate chip cookie pops, they love these and it was the recipe I got off here over a year ago. Thank you for sharing you are very sweet.

  187. Looking forward to baking Christmas cookies with my kids and frosting them. We do it every year along with decorating a gingerbread house on Christmas day. Happy holidays Bakerella

  188. i love the hershey peppermint kisses. They are my favorite part of the holiday season and I stock up as much as I can.

  189. Anything with ginger and molasses! Thanks Bakerella :)

  190. Cinammon rolls with cream cheese glaze!

  191. Eek they are so cute!
    I’m looking forward to all the holiday baking (well actually I’ve already started bit don’t tell anyone ;)

  192. I’m looking forward to baking mini chocolate tarts!

  193. I love making Gingerbread houses with my niece

  194. I’m looking forward to rum cake. Yum!

  195. I’m looking forward to making some festive cookies….so many to choose from though!

  196. These pops are so cute! I’m excited to bake somePumpkin Spice Latte cupcakes this weekend! My favorite holiday treat is probably baklava even though it isn’t seasonal.

  197. I usually bake a variety of cookies, but I really love to make fudge. The end result is yummy!

  198. lovee em’ holidays :D looking forward to bake some spiced gingerbread mans and cute sugary snowmans as christmas gifts. favorite festive treat? extremely sweet toothed here :)

  199. Everyone loves cake pops, and we will be making lots of them, but I have to admit, fudge is my favorite during the holidays. Thanks for all the great ideas. You make life fun.

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