Posts in the ‘Cake’ Category
I'm always looking for new variations on cake pops, so when I saw these donut hole apple pops at Christina S's Back to School Dinner, I needed to know how she made them.
Turns out they're quite quick to make (a nice alternative when you're in a rush), and look how much they add to a back to school celebration like Christina's.
To me, cake pops are one of the best ways to say "wow" at your party. They're fun, delicious, bite-size, and so darn cute.
We've seen some incredible cake pops on our main site, so I thought it was about time I showed them off.
For the little kids she made homemade "art supply" favors (I know, great!), and for the older kids, she made these chocolate painters' palettes. So cute. Well, here's how...
When I saw this photo from Jennifer T's All American BBQ, I thought what cute hamburger cupcakes. Then I found out they weren't cupcakes at all, but hamburger COOKIES! I've never seen this before, so I asked Jennifer if she'd put together a tutorial... And here it is! Thank you, Jennifer!
First off, there is only one rule before I share this with you...When you make these and someone asks you if they were hard to make, we are to always say YES ;) I mean if we are going to "slave" away in the kitchen for a few minutes (yes, I said a few minutes is all at it will take to make these) then we are going to get some appreciation :) LOL
I have been a fan of the hamburger cupcake for some time. Once they started popping up on our main site, I was sold! So how excited was I when Jodie from Party NV said I could repost her hamburger cupcake tutorial. Thank you, Jodie!
I always thought these were hard to make, but take a look at this tutorial and you will soon discover they are actually quite easy. And talk about giving your party that cool "wow" factor...
Holy cow! I made these salted brown butter Rice Krispie treats for our July 4th BBQ and they were so delicious!
If you love Rice Krispie treats but find them a little one-note and a little too sweet, this is definitely the recipe for you.
How beautiful is this ruffle cake Betheny T made for her daughter Alice's 1st Birthday. What I love the most are those magnificent gumpaste flowers. Wow, takes the cake to a whole new level, doesn't it?
Well, here's a tutorial Betheny put together showing how she made those beautiful flowers... Thank you, Betheny!
This recipe comes via Sheryl B's blog, Lady Behind the Curtain. I saw these mini pecan pie pops on Sheryl's Father's Day Dessert Table and had to ask her if I could post the recipe. How amazing would these be for your July 4th barbecue!
That’s right pie ON A STICK! It seems that everything is going on a stick. So why not a pie? It may look intimidating but it is a lot easier then you think and your guests are going to go GAGA (not the Lady kind) over them.