I can’t believe it. A ton of you made Bakerella Cake Pops for Easter. I didn’t expect so many of you to run out and do it. (The chicks, the bunnies, the eggs and even the sheep!) And you did a fantastic job at them too I might add. I feel like a proud parent excited to hang their children’s artwork on the fridge or something. Not that you guys are like children, but you know what I mean. I’m just, just so proud for you all because I know you must have made a lot of people smile.

Now, let’s take a look at a few of them in this sweet little showcase.


These cute little bunnies are checking each other out. Yay, Stephanie! You did it.


This chick would win a staring contest. I didn’t know a cake pop could be so intense and so cute at the same time. Courtesy of Chelsi.


Here are some really cute bunnies with chunky ears. Jessie is getting creative and I like it.


Chicks, chicks and more chicks from Christie.


Julia from gets the award for most ambitious. She tried her hand at all four.


Inspired by the chicks, Amanda made a bunny version.


And we can’t forget chicks without sticks. These almost look like they’re ready for the bathtub. Great job Summer!


And an Egg-cellent job on these colorful baskets from Leesa.


Alison & Sherry know how to make some smooth chicks. And check out those flowers peeking out in the back. Cuteness!


Kate & Kelsey made these cutie-patootey cake pops.


Melanie made some eggs, too. Or did she just hollow out real eggs and put them on a stick. Hmmm. I wonder.


Kati even made some cute chicks with little easter bonnets.


I’m loving the color on these with their cute little bunny faces. Terrific Terry!


And check out Kerry. She gets bonus points for the Peep-achu!


These final four are from Melissa. Great job!

Way to go bakerellas! Thank you so much for sharing your photos with me and I hope you don’t mind me sharing them with everyone else.

Feel free to link to yours in the comments if you made them, too. I didn’t do a great job keeping track of all the photos, so I’m sure I missed some that were sent to me.

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175 comments on “Wowzers!”

  1. I tried to do cake pops too – but I won’t send in the pictures! I couldn’t find most of the things needed out here in Hawaii, so I improvised with less than stellar results. At least they taste good!

  2. I am SO impressed! Such ambitious people! I am gonna give these a try “one of these daze”!

    Keep up the fun stuff Bakerella! I love your blog!

    ~Really Rainey~

  3. Thanks for being an inspiration to all of us Bakerella.

  4. Adorable! I bet Easter was such a fun time for cake pops!

  5. Oh, I wish I had pictures of mine! We made easter eggs with sticks (WAY easier than just balls…the sticks made it so easy!) and decorated them with my younger cousins – super cute and fun! Next time I make them, I’ll take photos :)

  6. I tried them too with my nieces…lots of fun :) Thanks for the fun idea!I didn’t try the sheep tho,thought it might put me over the edge!I love your blog…

  7. Mine weren’t nearly as cute as these were but we had fun with them! It’s funny b/c I just wrote about them TODAY on my blog!

  8. Aaw, now I wish I’d taken more pictures of mine! I had to improvise some things, too – didn’t have paper sticks or sanding sugar, but I think my Easter Egg Cake Pops turned out okay… they certainly disappeared fast enough!

    Thank you, Bakerella, for helping make my Easter a fun one :)

  9. wow! everybody did a great job! i attempted to make these too. i still need some practice but they tasted good! i have pics on my blog if you’re curious:)

  10. Great job ladies! I can’t wait to try them myself!

  11. Oh! Such fun to see.

    Aren’t we Bakerella-clan-bakers simply remarkable?!

    Indeed, we are. Thank you, dearest Queen B for your inspiration!

  12. SHHHHH!!! My husband is still wanting me to make these, and I’ve told him that Easter’s over so I can’t. I can’t wait to see some black cats for Halloween, though… ;) Or maybe I should search for past blogs for these?

  13. We made them too and they were sooooooo much fun! The whole family got involved…fun memories together in the kitchen. Thank you Bakerella!

    I posted my pics on my Saturday posting:

  14. Oh, this gives me hope. I now know it it possible for a gal like me to make a cake pop. I have promised my almost 4 year old I will make the Hello Kitty cake pops for her birthday. Now, if I could just find the black edible marker.

  15. Have mercy! The pops are wonderful, but your reference to “chicks without sticks” made me laugh so hard, I woke up my husband. (He didn’t think is was as funny as I did, though!)

    I’ve re-created your 14-layer cake ( ) with great success, and will soon attempt cake pops. You’re truly an inspiration, Bakerella!

  16. We made some chicks and had fondant cupcake night. I considered keeping some chicks to put on a cupcake, but they didn’t make it that long.

  17. I did post some pictures on my blog…

  18. Ooohh!! I made these too! They were awesome and everybody was so suprised to find out it was cake inside! “What!? It’s cake? No way!”

    Loved them!

  19. My mother actually made some and I was totally shocked. She usually doesn’t get that creative. Everyone did a great job! They are SOO cute!

  20. Here are my cake pops!

    You’ll have to check them out.

  21. These are so precious! I love them all!! I tried your chicks and they aren’t as good as the ones you have, or the ones posted but I had fun making them!

    I tried a go at it and you can find them here:

  22. I also made cake pops for Easter, and they were a huge hit with my family. Thank you, Bakerella!

  23. Such great fun!! We were going crazy over the chicks, we ran right out and bought all the stuff. Then came the bunnies, and THEN the lambs!!!! Oh my

  24. I just made the Cupcake Pops in Easter colors for our party. Mysteriously, all of the little cupcakes disappeared throughout the evening! I can’t believe how DELICIOUS your suggestions are! Cute AND yummy?! What more could we possibly want?!

  25. I'm definitely not crafty enough to make cake pops but my husband did try his hand at the Peep-achus! He wasn't very happy with them as we couldn't find edible markers that were fine tip (short of time!). But I still think he did a great job!

  26. Thanks to the Queen B for posting our pic! Sherry and I had a blast making them, and you make us appear like these amazing bakers to all our friends! :)

  27. I made your bunny cake pops. My girls called them bunny bites. We arranged them on a styrofoam tree and served it as my daughter’s birthday cake. She was thrilled and renamed them bunny bites. We have also enjoyed your cupcake bites. I’m so glad you are so clever! Thank You!

  28. and here are mine :) in a little bit of a different packaging….

  29. I made the eggs, but I won’t send pictures! They are certainly harder to make than they look. Smooth icing didn’t happen at my house. Don’t know exactly what the problem was. It was a fun project though and my kids loved them no matter what they looked like.

  30. They all rock! I still haven’t mastered cake pops yet! Someday. I love looking and trying though!

  31. I HAD BLIND CHICKS! My food-safe-edible-grade ink would NOT write on the waxy outer-coating (the candy melts). What brand of food-safe marker did you use? We just served the chicks SANS EYES.

  32. I made some chicks too! My biggest problem was getting the balls to be perfectly round! Mine were all weirdly shaped for some reason, so even though the candy coating was pretty smooth, they weren’t round. They still turned out pretty cute though. :)

  33. Mine turned out really crummy…. So here’s my question? About 1/2 an hour or so after I dipped and decorated the chocolate would crack. I put pics up on my blog, if you have time for a peek.
    I want to try again, but I any help would be appreciated. I did use wilton dye pens which were pretty cruddy. I also used there melts. I’m a bark girl, but couldn’t find any! Everyone was making pops. So cute!

  34. I want to make some of these, but did not have time before Easter. They are so adorable!!!
    Love & blessings from NC!

  35. I made the cute chicks and gave them out. I got a text from my neighbor saying, “those chicky snacks are off the chains.” He loved them, but I decided from now on, I’ll call them chicky snacks too.

  36. What talented readers you have! I like how everyone’s were a little different and personal to their own creativity. You are very inspiring, Bakerella! ;) Hope you had a hoppy Easter!

  37. I didn’t try the cake pops but I did make the baskets. Here is the link and a picture of a few of them

  38. Hi Bakerella! I am a student at UCBerkeley, and in honor of our mascot, OSKI the bear, I made Bear Pops! They're not nearly as cute as yours, but it was my first try at it. Hope you like them :)
    and this
    and this:

  39. I made them too. I sent them to school with my 5 yr old Friday before Easter because it his b-day. (5 on Easter). The kids LOVED them. The teachers loved how clean they were. Thank you for sharing your recipes!

    (I did not take pics though because the camera was not available until after they were eaten)

  40. Count me in as another cake pop fan! My nephews *love* them!

    Here are mine….

  41. Cute idea to sell pops for a cause.

    My little boy had cancer, so we are involved in organizations that help with pediatric cancer research.

    I made some chick pops too…this time for Easter, but Ill put it on my list to make some gold ribbons to help kids beat cancer

    Here are my chicks..thanks for the great idea!

    and here is my hero

  42. i also made some cakepops. easter eggs. they were the cutest thing at our easter brunch, but i’m wondering if i did anything wrong with adding the frosting. they were quite wet…even after sitting in the fridge for a day! i think they still tasted good, and so did the kids, but my husband wouldn’t go near them (although he thought they looked good!) :)

    is there a trick…i’m thinking that maybe i should’ve let the cake cool 100 percent, so that the icing doesn’t get runny?! does that make sense…i’d love your input. thanks so much

    ps i LOVE LOVE LOVE what you do. i can’t believe how creative and adorable they all are!

  43. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  44. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  45. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  46. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  47. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  48. Great job…
    so sweet like your candys…
    keep inspired me!!:?)

  49. wowzers is right! look at what an inspiration you are—so cool!

  50. so I was trying to resist not to write any comment – just follow you without you to know (for no reason)… but I really must tell you this: your work on these small cake balls is just fantastic!!!! You are really a genious – I love the details! …I love baking too just don’t have all the necessary “decorating” stuff to do it “your way”. But believe me – you are famous also here in Greece (especially on Rhodes island) – I show every friend of mine your little tiny cakes… and everybody loves them!

  51. Congrats to everyone!!! Great easter cake pops!!!

  52. I can’t stand how cute these pops are! I know I can always come to your blog for a good laugh!r

  53. They’re cute!!! I made some here too ^^

  54. My daughter and I made the chicks on Saturday. We made close to 50, and they took almost 4 hours! But were stinkin cute and a big hit at Easter. I had my nieces and nephew all jacked up on sugar! I’ll post pics as soon as my daughter gets them off the camera. But they were a lot of fun. Very time consuming, and now the smell of the candy makes my tummy flip a bit, but I’d definitely make them again. Thanks so much for the tutorial! We had a blast.

  55. Let’s all let out the collective…AWWWW!

  56. Here are my chickies..

    and I tried Lop earred bunnies but I think they ended up looking like my puppy..

    I have ideas of pumpkins, snowmen and many others dancing in my head already…thank you!!!

  57. bakerella, you are definitely our role model for the cake pops :) i was also inspired by you, and i want to make one of it soon :D *big hugs*


  59. Wow! You have some talented readers. The colorful eggs…can’t believe the detail. Leesa has some major patience! Go girl!

  60. My girls and I made cake pops and the Easter basket cup-cakes. Made the pops to big and had problems with them falling off the stick, but the kids loved them anyway. Thanks for the inspiration Bakerella :o)

  61. I must confess I too made them. But would you believe I didn’t take any photo’s? oops! They did turn out great though. I plugged your blog every where. Thanks so much for all the inspiration.

  62. Oh, my!

    I am so impressed. Now I am feeling like I may actually be able to try one of these ideas some day.

    Fabulous job, ladies!!!

  63. I didn’t even think of sending a pic! But I did try the bunny pops-and it was a disaster! :) But, I tried again and came up with these adorable bunnies without sticks! I didn’t get the best pictures though! Take a peek at my blog!

  64. We made ourselves sick eating the ones that didn’t work! I will post pics this week, I will! Otherwise it will be too far gone.

    Our results were not that great. I think we need to tweak some ingredients, including the candy coating…

    I’ll be linking back to ya when I post, so if you can tell what we did wrong, LET US KNOW! lol

  65. I made chicks for Easter…they were a huge hit. I couldn’t find the cute decorations that you used for the feet, but found some Tigger and Pooh sprinkles that seemed to work. :-) Your work is amazing….thanks for sharing.

  66. Ok, I had to make them too- just too cute not to! Is there a trick to keep them from falling off the stick when dipping them? I keep them in the freezer as I dipped around 5 at a time before they got warm and started falling into the coating- lots of “mistakes” for me to taste test :) Thanks Bakerella!

  67. My boys made the cupcakes–not nearly as cute as yours, but they had a ball.

  68. I Just fell in love with these from your posting but didn’t get to making a batch this year :( Maybe next!

  69. We posted our Easter cake pop photos on our blog yesterday at
    We had a great time making them and will make more in the future.
    Thanks for the inspiration and the instruction – your ideas are brilliant! We love your blog!!

  70. i made some chicks too!!! Mine werent nearly cute enough compared to these little ditties!!

  71. Here are mine! And a photo of one sad little chick who didn’t make it :(

  72. WOW! Everyone did such an amazing job! I didn’t have the extra time to try these out this easter, but they are definitely on my To-Do list for next year!!!

    Way to go everyone!!!

    Karyn :o)

  73. I made them, too–but I mine would not stay on the sticks. I used a supermoist cake mix–do you think thats why???

  74. I made the chicks, too! Your directions are always so helpful and easy- thanks for letting us be your copycats!

  75. I made chicks and eggs, and they were a huge hit.

    I added a bit of “flair” to the chicks…an extra sprinkle on the top for a but of fluff. They turned out really cute!

  76. Wow…I’m inspired! Any suggestions on how to fashion an Elmo cake pop?

  77. I didn’t get mine nearly as cute, but I ended up liking the final result.

  78. mine are at
    I need to try these about ten more times to get good at them. Thanks Bakerella for the cute idea!

  79. I wanted to share my version of the Chicks on Sticks also. Here is the link to my blog where you can see them. You are AWESOME and I love how you inspire so many of us. :)
    The teachers loved them.

  80. Que colorido mas bonito!!! me encanta tu blog! soy fan tuya! ojala me atreviera a hacer estas maravillas

  81. Mine were a little lumpy, but they turned out fun! and I used chocolate covered sunflower seeds for the beaks and wings. You can see pics on my blog.

  82. Oh, I made Easter cake pops, you bet! And now there are many family members wanting to give them a try! The chicks on sticks are my favorite. (I’m going to try making baseballs and Wayne State cupcake bites for my niece’s ball team/
    family potluck this weekend.)
    *I had a bit of trouble with the coating cracking on some of them after they cooled. My husband thinks the cake inside expanded or something once they warmed up from the freezer. Did I pack the balls too tightly?! Ever have any problem like this…Any ideas?!?!?

  83. my family and i made the little chicks-but added a little personality to all of them. Check them out

  84. I couldn’ anything suitable for bunny ears, so I did chicks and eggs. Here are mine…
    Everyone loved them, even though they looked pretty “homemade” to me. haha. I look forward to trying different ones in the future.

    (I had trouble with the edible pens too. I hope you post what brand you use…)

    Thanks for the wonderful ideas Bakerella!

  85. Thanks for the shout out! I did chick pops in addition to my coconut headed bunnies.

    Chick photos are accessible from this post:

  86. I made some too and they were definitely a hit, very time consuming but worth it!


    You can see them on my facebook page:

  87. HAD to make the chick cake pops for Easter! Made a bouquet in a flower pot with shredded tissue paper as grass. Too cute!

    Also blogged about cake bites I made previously. I’m seriously addicted.

  88. I made them with my nieces over the weekend.

    So much fun and so yummy! They were a big hit with the gals at work.

  89. I made cake pops this easter as well. But I stuck to the basics, like just making them without the fanciness. I’ll move up someday…

  90. We made the cupcakes! They were a huge hit!!!

  91. HI!! I also tried the cupcake and chick lollipops this weekend and I found it really hard to dip. The balls would fall off of the stick. Should I freeze them longer or did the cream cheese frosting make them too heavy? Here are mine

  92. I made chicks and eggs! I was going to attempt to document the process, but once I got started I couldn’t stop and so pictures fell by the wayside. So much fun! And they’re soooo cute! Friends had a dessert buffet to celebrate Easter (what can I say – I have some great friends!) and they were a hit. I heard a lot of “they’re almost too cute to eat… almost.” And then they were gone… every last one of them! I think I may have to start making them for every holiday!

  93. I would make them if only I could, but you can’t get candy melts or candy corn in England, and I’m not too sure about heart sprinkles and rainbow chips either. *sigh*
    I’m just gonna have to order a big stash off the net and make a massive batch of cake pops in the summer, when I have an event I can sell them at, cuz I’d never be able to eat that many myself…

  94. I made some easter eggs and chicks. You can see them on my blog

  95. Mine were not nearly as cute as these. But, they were better than my Hello Kitty Pops I attempted!

  96. Me and My girls did some also. They rolled the balls and I dipped them. The next day they did all the decorating. There is some pictures on my blog.

    I think the girls did pretty good for 7,8 and 10 yr olds.

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