Cake Pop Bouquet
Yesterday I tried my hand at making
cake pops. I've seen various ways of
making them here on the Internet, but it was
Alisa Burke's Easter Egg Pops that really
inspired me to try my hand at making some!
is that they aren't as easy as I thought
they would be LOL...I think having a partner
to help you would make it a much easier.
The other thing I did differently then Alisa was to
melt the frosting for about a min in the microwave
just enough to make it slightly pourable which
made it much easier to mix without having to use
I tried a Wilton's lollipop Party mold
and it actually worked well but with
this particular mold only the cupcake
actually resembled a cupcake the
others just looked like shapes and
are hard to tell that they were
actually a party hat and balloon!
Awhile back I blogged about
scoring these Vintage mini tin molds
at the thrift store. I thought they would be
great to use in my art. I actually did use
one in a shrine. I never really thought I'd
actually use them in the kitchen, but they
were perfect size to mold the cake in.
Some of the tins I sprayed lightly with Pam
cooking spray and then did some without
the Pam and they definitely came out easier
with the Pam.
Another thing I did differently then Alisa was to lay my
pops on wax paper once I had sprinkled them since
I didn't have a colander with holes big enough to fit
the sticks through. They looked just fine once they
hardened and I was able to easily fit them into the
The really fun part is using all thesprinkles, jimmies and colored sugars
they have out now!
If you want more ideas for Cake Pops
I found a cool book on amazon!
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