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. Oh I can’t make up my mind what I want to bake. I’m trying to decide between the old faithful faves or try something new????

  2. My favorite festive treats are pumpkin pie bars!

  3. I can’t wait to make these stocking cake pops with my son for his teachers. The toy detail is amazing! Off to go find the sprinkles :) We will also be making dipped oreos.

  4. Helping my 2 year-old decorate her first batch of cookies for Santa!

  5. Lots of decorated cookies

  6. I’m looking forward to making classic Christmas sugar cookies with sprinkles and frosting!

  7. I usually have a Cookie Exchange around this time of the year. This year, I’m adding cooking decorating to the event so I’m super excited to make christmas sugar cookies and the perfect icing so everyone can make beautiful cookies!

  8. I’ll be trying some spiral cookies along with our annual christmas cookies. This year my girls are going to help out and I hope it will become something they too enjoy!

  9. I’m most looking forward to making festive sugar cookies and the oh so classic chocolate chip cookies for the kids at the day care I work at.

  10. I would love this for my daughter.

  11. How adorable! I think the kit would make a great stocking stuffer for my adult children!

  12. My Mom’s baking — everything she makes is amazing! My mouth is watering just thinking about getting home and eating her amazing treats.

  13. I’m looking forward to baking a white chocolate cheesecake for my in-laws. They request it every year, and it’s something that gets devoured very quickly!

  14. I will be baking your chocolate peppermint cookies this weekend.

  15. My favorite treat to bake (and eat) are the cinnamon buns that I always make from scratch for Christmas morning. They are the Pioneer Woman’s recipe and soooo yummy!

  16. I will probably make my butter cookies using my cookie press – they are my Mom’s favorite cookie. I’ll also do some baking with my daughter – she makes pignoli cookies.

  17. In two weeks I’m getting together with my mother-in-law and sister-in-law to make peppermint bark, peanut clusters, chocolate covered pretzels, and lots of other fun Christmas treats for gifts! We do this every year, it’s so fun!

  18. Chocolate pies

  19. Hot chocolate on a stick!!

  20. I have 4 boys and I’m raising my grandson and I’ve always wanted to make these. I would love to win this thank you

  21. Baking, baking and baking!!! :o)

  22. I love to make cookies and other treats, but this year I will hand them out to all those that have helped me at the VA Hospital, so if I win I can hand out a bonus to them, thank you

  23. Looking forward to making chocolate bark with my son!

  24. I love lots of toffee and caramel making.

  25. I am baking sugar cookies with yummy frosting as well as many other types of cookies and cake pops for Colorado flood/Fire victims, friends and family. It’s my way of paying it forward!

  26. Lebkuchen!

  27. i’ll definitely try the stocking pops, i’m also making a bouche de noelfor the first time this year.

  28. I can’t wait for Christmas cookies!

  29. I can’t wait to try a apple and ginger cupcake
    Btw I am 11 and I love to bake

  30. Frosted sugar cookies are my favorite holiday treat. So, in addition to making those, I’m also going to attempt making some chocolate truffles.

  31. I am looking forward to making old fashion pressed cookies. Yummy!!!!

  32. Decorating sugar cookies with my mom and nieces!

  33. I made a gingerbread cupcake with brown sugar cream cheese frosting this weekend and it was SO GOOD! So these will be made again for sure. I love this time of year!

  34. I am looking forward to baking and decorating Santas cookies with all of my boys as well as my nieces and nephews! Merry Christmas!

  35. Peppermint bark bownie pop.

  36. I’m looking forward to making some reindeer cake pops for a cookie exchange I’m going to this weekend!

  37. Cute! Both the stocking cake pops and the kit. I can’t wait to make my red velvet whoopee pies, Christmas crack and for the first time sugar cookies. Ooh i can’t wait.

  38. Love the toy!! I am in the mood for pumpkin anything. I didn’t get enough during Thanksgiving. Merry Christmas!!!

  39. How adorable are those little stockings?! You are so talented, Bakerella! Of course I can’t wait to taste ALL of the Christmas treats this year, lol, but am really looking forward to making all the treats too! My easiest “go to” treat is Rocky Road bark, which I will make a lot of this season. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. Love the basics- Ritz with Peanut Butter dipped in Chocolate Almond Bark, Oreos in Almond Bark, PB cookies with kisses on top.

  41. I can never have too much gingerbread!

  42. I’m actually gonna try your cheesecake. I can’t wait. I also wanted to make some cake pops but it may be pushing it.


  43. Oh gosh! My 8 yr. old grand daughter would LOVE this! She’s asked for one for Christmas but Santa hasn’t delivered yet! We love to bake together and look forward to making “thumbprint” cookies together this year!

  44. I bake lot’s of goodies for my Christmas gift’s to our neighbor’s. But they love the cinnamon rolls I make using The Pioneer Woman’s recipe. It’s so easy and very delicious. My husband deliveries them on Christmas morning.
    I have the little snowman mold and will include it in my box. This is a really cute set. Good luck to all.

  45. I’m going to attempt making a huge gingerbread house from scratch this year! It’s something I’ve always wanted to do, but have been too scared to try. This is the year though!

  46. I’m looking forward to trying out a pistachio cookie recipe – along with my favorite chocolate chip, chocolate roll-out, and sugar cookies!

  47. I lived in the Twin Cities for eight years. My Christmas Dinner desserts became known as the Twin Desserts:
    A great big, thick wonderful Cheesecake
    A light, refreshing Peppermint Log Cake (White cake baked in jelly roll pan, spread softened peppermint ice cream and roll!
    One heavy, one light
    both just right!

  48. I love to make snowflake gingerbread cookies for our Christmas tree. Soooo beautiful and makes the house smell amazing!

  49. I’m looking forward to tasting German cheesecake at our German themed Christmas!

  50. I´m making for the first time oreo kahlua truffles. yummy

  51. Anything chocolate!!

  52. I’m looking forward to cooking my dipped gingersnap cookies. I’m looking forward to baking any cookies in general, but these are my favorite! Love your stocking cake pops! Adorable!!

  53. I’m looking forward to making the peanut brittle recipe that my Grandmother always used to make when she was still with us…brings back great memories!

  54. I would love this as it would help me and my daughter make the cake pops for the boys at a near by orphanage. We are making a big basket and platter of baked goods for these boys and since I am cake pop challenged, I don’t know what it is but I can’t get them to stay on the sticks, but this would also be excellent for my daughter who loves to help me bake but also great for her fine motor skills.

  55. Almond sugar cookies and Panna Cotta :)

  56. I make an Andes mint cookie that is to die for… they’re like chewy Thin Mint cookies – so delicious!

  57. My daughter and her friend made my mom’s spritz cookies over the weekend. They are sooooo good. They just melt in your mouth!! Definitely need to make another batch!

  58. Here’s my entry! My great grand daughter would love this.

  59. What fun Christmas treats!

  60. I am looking forward to baking for christmas, fancy cupcakes!

  61. I wait for eggnog every year, especially as lightener in coffee.

  62. I am looking forward to making burbon balls… one of my favorite holiday treats that my grandmother used to make.

  63. I’m looking forward to making red velvet Christmas cake pops with my 7 year old!

  64. I love baking cookies especially during the holidays to share with family and friends.

  65. I am looking forward to baking ricotta cheese cookies! I made them with my Grandma every year growing up and now make them every year with my nieces and nephews to honor her memory :)

  66. I’m looking forward to baking more cake pops and trying to shape them into gift boxes! Time to get baked goods gift boxes ready for friends and neighbors and cake pops have always been a good treat for them!!

  67. Wowza! Adorable, and thanks!

  68. I LOVE making Hot Chocolate on a stick for my co workers & friends!
    I’m also making Double Chocolate Chip cookies for the Daddy & Me program at the library.
    Both kids will be home, so that will see both of their favorites…Poppycock & Cherry Bark!

  69. I am looking forward to making homemade caramels!

  70. I’m so excited to make cookie dough balls this Christmas, they’re my favorite!

  71. My family makes monster cookies every year!

  72. Can’t wait to make decorated sugar cookies! Merry Christmas!

  73. My kids love making – and of course eating – cake pops!!!! These are too cute!

  74. I am looking forward to holiday treats: cookies, cakes, chocolate covered strawberries and of course all the cook home cooked meals we will engage in! Spending time with family and good food.

  75. Gonna have a cookie decorating party for my daughter & her friends…..will be making lots of gingerbread & sugar cookies for them to decorate!!! Love your cake pops…these Stuffed Stockings are amazing!! Happy Holidays! :)

  76. I love making all kinds of cookies with my daughters, to go with fresh egg nog from the local dairy! Yum!

  77. Fudge has always been one of my favorites!

  78. Looking forward to making some homemade cinnamon rolls!

  79. I’m looking forward to continuing the holiday tradition of baking a bunch of kolache :)

  80. My favourite thing to bake at Christmas is shortbread. I do 4 with a mini toblerone piece in the centre, one with macadamia nuts and milk chocolate chips, one with tiny semi sweet chocolate chips and cherries and melting moments with a cherry on top. I also make a cherry and almond butter cookie that tastes pretty close to shortbread!! My family loves to be able to choose their favourties.

    My granddaughter would love to have your toy!! She’s been ‘helping’ out with baking since she was 2!

  81. I’m thinking of making a yule log, since I’ve never made one before.

  82. We love making lots of cookies! Also Christmas crack is my daughters new treat to make this year!

  83. My granddaughters and I always make something for their teachers. For me, it’s not what we make, but the act of making it with them that is so special.

  84. My favorite festive treat make during the holidays is cheesecake topped with raspberries and strawberries. It’s our family tradition to have it every year.

  85. I’m looking forward to making a French silk pie and pecan pie! Yummy!!

  86. Love, love, love the stuffed stockings. They are so adorable. I am looking forward to making an assortment of Christmas Cookies and some of the holiday cake pops in different flavors.

  87. I admire your patience for making adorable, tiny treats! While scrolling through Instagram I came across a beautiful sheet tray of homemade gingerbread covered in cookie butter and drizzled with dark chocolate. I need to make this happen.

  88. I love any kind of baking especially during Christmas!

  89. I’m most looking to making tamales and making snowball cookies. They happen to be my dad and father n laws favorite cookies for Christmas along with mine. So when I make them every year I know I’m making two people extremely happy!! :) Merry CHRISTmas!! ????

  90. My family loves cake pops, I made turkey cake pops recently and then I found your Santa hats and reindeer cake pops!!! I am soooo excited to try them for Christmas! I know my family will love them!! They r soooo cute!!!

  91. Cookies and candies. This is the time of the year to make those for me and I enjoy every minute of it. Thanks for the give-away.

  92. I love to make cake pops with Andes Mints and Heath Bars and am also looking forward to making fudge.

  93. I love trying new treats and recipes for the holidays for the family to try and enjoy. We all love your cake pops and never run out of new ideas to impress everyone. THANKS for sharing all your ideas!

  94. I am looking forward to making applesauce cake with my homemade applesauce. First time ever!

  95. Oh my I love these!!! I am looking forward to making Christmas cake pops – might have to add these to the list. A family favorite that I have to make every year are Corn Flake Wreaths – kind of like Rice Krispies treats w/corn flakes but shaped into little wreaths and decorated :-)

  96. I am excited to bake a giant triple layered red velvet cake dusted with candy sparkles! It is a family tradition. :-)

  97. I love the stocking pops. Am so looking forward to trying those with my 9 year old son, who LOVES Cake Pops. He will even take just the cake to school- with no decoration. LOL

  98. Christmas baking is just delicious! Everything is so nice and cute… Juste loved the stockings! <3

  99. All three of my kids and I are just recovering from the most horrendous flu ever, so we are behind on our holiday baking. We are looking forward to trying out some new recipes, and making old favorites too. We especially can’t wait to make peanut butter kiss cookies and scotcheroos. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  100. I looking forward to finding the perfect chocolate italian spice cookie recipe.

  101. This would be so awesome to give to my baking niece!!

  102. Super cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

  103. I love making chocolate crinkles and peanut butter blossoms. They are two of my favorite cookies, but I only make them this time of year! (I really should change that…:))

  104. I admire your patience for making adorable, tiny treats! Scrolling through Instagram, I came upon a beautiful sheet tray of homemade gingerbread covered in cookie butter and drizzled with dark chocolate. I need to make this happen.

  105. I’m getting ready to bake and deliver my Peppermint Mocha cookies to my favorite Starbucks baristas as a thank-you for being so awesome to me these past 3.5 years!

  106. coconut peanut brittle

  107. Looking forward to making my blueberry pound cake! We froze blueberries when they were at their sweetest and now we get to bring them out for a little taste of summer when we need it most!

  108. Looking forward to cheesecake. I only make it a few times a year.

  109. I’m looking forward to baking cookies and cake pops. Just got
    finished making these cute stocking cake pops this weekend for a friends daughters birthday party.

  110. I love making frosted sugar cookies!

  111. I can’t wait to make the traditional divinity and fudge!

  112. I am looking forward to baking cookies.

  113. Sugar cookies and rum balls. Can’t wait to make them! YUM!!! And one of your cake pops, of course!!! <3 Love ya!

  114. I am looking forward to my mom’s lemon meltaways and her graham marshmallow bark. I bake all the time myself, but i am really looking forward to her baking in a few weeks,

  115. I love anything with chocolate, but on Christmas morning I always bake an overnight French toas that is more like dessert! I look forward to that every year :)

  116. I’m looking forward to making cookies with my 6 year old son. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  117. I’m looking forward to making ginger cookies…my family loves them. I’m also hopping to make your recipe of red velvet cake. I have done it for every Christmas for the past two years and it really brings up smiles on people faces.

  118. I’m looking forward to baking Christmas cookies with my little ones for the first time :D and am appreciative of such a fun and cute giveaway, thank you for the chance to win! :D Merry Christmas!!

  119. So cute! My daughter makes cake pops all the time and she would absolutely love that maker! I’m making kolaches, some kind of peppermint cookies and a third kind to be determined!

  120. We love Nanaimo bars at our house and I make them every Christmas.

  121. Planning on making fudge and some cake pops for the holidays.

  122. I’m already baking a cookie-biscuit selection – some plain, some flavored, some chocolate-coated, nutty and favorite. They make perfect festive gifts too. Like a box full of treasures – yum! And the season’s treat I love the most is mini stollens with dried cherries, pistachios, orange peel, cinnamon and marzipan, of course. I love the tiny size which makes them even sweeter ( : And I love, love, love your generous and kind attitude towards everyone. You are simply the BEST! And I mean it!!!

  123. Next project is Christmas Tree cake pops!
    Can’t wait!!

  124. I love making old fashioned fudge and everybody loves all the flavors that we end up with

  125. I cannot wait to make red velvet cheesecake cookies!!

  126. I’m looking forward to the xmas baking time next weekend. There shall be at least 5-8 selection .. merry christmas!

  127. Nantucket Cranberry Pie! Such a family favorite.

  128. I love making Christmas candy! Bing candy, peanut butter cups, mmmm – anything chocolatey.

  129. I love baking my ninjabread men. Everyone always gets a kick out of them!

  130. Gingerbread cookies, sugar cookies, and your peppermint dark chocolate cookies!

  131. I am looking forward to making all of my Christmas cake pops next week using a pumpkin cake recipe I love <3 When it comes to the holidays I love anything pumpkin!

  132. Great giveaway! I’m looking forward to gingerbread treats and anything peppermint!!

  133. Love baking for family and friends almond roca is a favourite but some years it does not cooperate, whipped shortbread is another all time favourite, would love to win it for my niece. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Bakerella!!

  134. I’m looking forward to making cookies with my 6 year old son. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  135. My mom’s Holiday Nuts are a treat each year!!! Would love the holiday stocking kit!!!

  136. Always make candies with my family – something always to look forward to during this time of the year. Oreo balls, Martha Washington Balls, Texas Krispies, and and and :0) Happy Holidays!

  137. Homemade butter cookies!

  138. I’m looking forwards to some new cookie recipes I’m trying for the baking trays I’m selling to fundraiser to go to Finland for gymnastics! I am also very excited to have my grandmothers amaaazing apple pie!

  139. I will be making my Mom’s Christmas Fried Nut recipe this week!! Delicious!!! I would love to add this darling stocking idea to my list of Holiday baking items!!

  140. I am sooo in love with all of your bakings and products. I am going to bake a lot cakes and pies for my sister-in-law, who is pregnant and dying for some chocolaty treats :)

  141. Looking forward to all the cookies! :)

  142. I’m looking forward to baking rugelach with my daughter and also almond biscotti.

  143. I absolutely love baking for any holiday, but Xmas is definetly my favorite! I have already made 4 kinds of cake balls for a holiday-housewarming party, and pumpkin spice cupcakes for a special dinner. I still have lots to do, including red velvet brownies, oreo snowballs, rainbow thumbprint cookies, and classic gingerbread people to mention a few! I’m making holiday treat boxes for everyone on my list this year for an extra sweet day! ???? Happy Holidays Everyone!

  144. I ‘m looking forward to the fly home to my brother and parents. My husband and I living 700 kilometers away. So I’m very happy to see all my loved ones on christmas. My favor cookie on christmas time is the plum amarettini cookie. So yummi. I love them.

  145. I’m looking forward to having some of my mom’s cookies :) You’re never too old to enjoy old favorites!

  146. I bake a variety of cookies and make a bunch of candies, too. I can’t really choose a favorite to make (OR eat, for that matter!); because I love it all! My favorite part is plating them up and sharing them with friends and family! Everyone looks forward to these platters every year and there are so many memories linked to these goodies! Time to get back to baking, so crank up the Christmas tunes and bakedance with me!

  147. I’m looking forward to my annual cookie exchange. I usually go overboard and do multiple flavors plus some show-stoppers. Been looking on here for inspiration!

  148. i’m looking forward to coquito, which is a little like egg nog. mm! have a merry christmas, bakerella! :)

  149. Love this….I’m looking forward to make my favorite, triple chocolate brownies and my delicious cinnamon cake with walnuts. Mmm, and happy merry Christmas!!!

  150. My 3 daughters would be so tickled to have that!!!

    I look forward to making fudge!!! :) I love all the holiday treats though!

  151. I’m looking forward to making baked brie with brown sugar, almonds, and cranberries… oh, and also the dinner to go with it.

  152. Christmas cookies! Right now I am limiting my baking to only 6 different types but I am sure I will add more.

  153. Christmas cookies are my favorite thing in the whole world to make

  154. My girl would love to have this…. This Christmas I’m looking forward to making triple chocolate brownies and my favorite, cinnamon cake with walnuts. Happy Merry Christmas!!!

  155. A few years ago I received a recipe for what was apparently a cookie that my grandmother used to make. Catch was that I’d never had them until 2yrs ago. I guess she stopped making them when I was very small for whatever reason. They’re utterly delish (basically a meringue with walnuts in it) and I’m looking forward to having a dry day around here to make them.

  156. I have been making cake pops, Cookies, Gingerbread houses, Chocolate dipped items for gift boxes. Such a wonderful time of year to bake

  157. I’m so excited to surprise my family with a pumpkin French toast bake for Christmas morning! I know pumpkin isn’t exactly a Christmas flavor, but it’s one of my family’s favorite tastes. I’m also looking forward to tasting peanut butter buckeyes! I love anything peanut butter!

  158. It’s been a tradition since I was a kid of making sugar cookies and decorating them with my grandma. I also look forward to making fudge and homemade almond roca.

  159. I am most looking forward to baking cookies with my mother. It’s a tradition. We have six types we always make, plus two or three that change year to year.

  160. Chocolate chip cookies!

  161. I can’t wait for my yearly box of cookies to come in the mail from my mother in law:)

  162. They are so cute! Love them!!
    I’m looking forward to making cookies with my 4yrold. He is really getting into helping make things in the kitchen! So far his favorite by far is biscuits, he likes to roll them out and cut them. I let him pick a cookie cutter to use, so far we have had bats, trees, bells and dinosaurs. Cake pops would be so fun to make with him!

    As for my favorite holiday item I’m looking forward to almond crescent shapes, growing up we called them bone cookies.

  163. Cookies with my daughter… whatever kind we choose each year. We typically throw an “open house/cookie party” each year for friends and acquaintances to stop by anytime and stay 20 minutes or all day. It’s fun and a good way to see people without having to set up time for lunch/dinner and drinks.

  164. These cake pops are so creative and adorable! I love being creative and discovering new and exciting ways to create cookies and cakes. I will try to make these cute, festive stockings.

  165. I told my sister we were going to make a homemade gingerbread house and I am extremely excited to make it :)

  166. I look forward to building a gingerbread house with my youngest son and two granddaughters. The 3yo granddaughter loves to bake so cookie baking and decorating will be extra fun this year. Thanks for the chance.

  167. Making some chocolate peppermint cookies for neighbors!

  168. I’m looking forward to making gingerbread cakepops for Christmas Eve dinner! My family always looks forward to eating them!

  169. I love butter cookies and some gingerbread cookies.

  170. I’m looking forward to baking batches and batches of Christmas cookies!

  171. I would love to win this. I always enjoy making cookies as gofts for the holidays. I would love to make cake pops, but I need lessons or something. Lol. I am not very good at them. This would help tremendiously. Hope I win.

  172. I am looking forward to making our traditional snowball cookies.

  173. I am looking forward to baking our traditional snowball cookies.

  174. I’m looking forward to making our family’s homemade chocolate chip cookie recipe with my family.

  175. I think my daughter and I will be baking some cookies and making some candies for the holidays.

  176. Oreo Truffles!

  177. Looking forward to making cookies and candies for the holidays!

  178. looking forward to making Grammy’s “snowball” cookies. LOVE the stocking cake pops!!!

  179. I have already started because of the winter storm. Coconut biscotti, shortbread and chocolate cake balls, of course!

  180. Making red velvet cookies for gifts.

  181. I’m looking forward for sugar cookies and making a gingerbread house!!!!!

  182. So cute! Have you ever tried making a hot chocolate flavored cake pop? I can’t wait to make my egg nog sugar cookies and personal Apple pies!

  183. Can’t wait to bake some of my favorite chewy gingersnaps!

  184. what an awesome give away. I would love to win this . I am looking forward to making my holiday peanut buter cups and of course short bread . YUM :)

  185. I’m going to try making sugar cookies with royal icing for the first time! My daughter loves to make your reindeer cake pops so I’m sure we will try that again :)

  186. So lovely!!! *_____________*

  187. Our family always makes pineapple filling to go with our baked ham for Christmas dinner. You then always wonder why you don’t make it more than just once a year. It’s so good. I love the kit and tools you need to make you adorable cake pops!

  188. I am looking forward to making spritz cookies which are my favorite cookies of all time and my family loves them.

  189. Christmas cookies with my kids for Santa!

  190. Any and ALL Christmas cookies!

  191. would be tickled pink to win! I think I know what I’m making for dessert on Christmas Eve! :) Love these!!

  192. im baking christmas cookies for our christmas party!

  193. I am looking forward to the fudge my best friend makes for Christmas every year. I have tried to make it myself, but it never turns out right unless she makes it!

  194. im baking christmas cookies for out christmas party!

  195. I made cake pops and took to work once. They were an awesome hit at our Christmas Party. Maybe I will try the stockings this year. Beautifully done. Thank you and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  196. I am looking forward to making a Santa Christmas cake and looking forward to heading back to PA and tasting my mom’s cookies – she makes dozens of different kinds!

  197. OMG love your giveaways! I am looking forward to chocolate lava cakes hahaha they are the best! I’m looking forward to all my relatives meeting again cause they are all over the world haha

  198. I always make peanut butter balls for the holidays!

  199. Jusy trying my luck got the giveaway from Singapore! =D

    I’m looking forward to bake the cake pops from the book I’m going to win in this giveaway. =P

    My favorite treat? Gingerbread cookies!!

  200. Love this! I make tons of Cupcakes!!

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