Posts Tagged ‘Cake Pops’
Looking for an inexpensive alternative to cake pops? Try making these pink sprinkle Oreo pops instead. Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine put together this quick and easy tutorial for making them. These are perfect as birthday treats on a dessert table, party favors dressed in little cellophane bags, and Valentine's Day treats.
What kid wouldn't want this colorful cookie treat at a birthday or on Valentines day!? They are easy to make and super fun.
I hope this post puts a smile on your face when you see these cute animal cake pops from parties on our site! I'm always impressed by the creativity of all the bakers and cake pop artists who can achieve so much with cake, frosting, and chocolate. Kudos. I'm smiling...
Definitely make sure to see the horse cake pops and the cow cake pops. Those are my favorite.
on our site and we've gathered some fantastic Frozen party treats to make for your celebration!
I've gotten some requests to post how I made the yarn cake balls I featured in my Grumpy Cat party post, so here is the tutorial... finally!
Molly Allen, our baking contributor, and the creative force behind CakeFYI, created these awesome back to school treats for us!
Here's a simple tutorial from Nancy at A to Zebra Celebrations on how to make a sparkly push pop holder using a piece of foam, acrylic paint, a sponge brush, glitter, scrapbook paper, and some ribbon or cute trim. This holder would work perfectly for cake pops, too!
Here's a shot of the before and after.
Jen at Evanssays, be sweet created this adorable school bus cake pop tutorial as a great back to school treat. What kids wouldn't want to sink their into this as they come off the bus that first day?
And the best party is they're easy to make. Here's how to do it, according to Jen, cake pop extradinaire...
As promised, here are more amazing Halloween treats from our favorite vendors. We've got creepy, we've got cute... take a look!
To learn more about the vendors or to buy some treats, just click on the link or the photo.