Wednesday, May 29, 2013

School's Out for Summer

Need a teacher gift for the end of they year!
How about Apple Cake Pops?
These pops were very simple to make.  I dipped the pops in red colored chocolate and then used a chocolate covered sunflower seed for the stem and a diamond shaped green sprinkle for the leaf.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Zebra & Polka Dots

I am a big fan of animal prints.  These zebra pops were fun to make.  I used melted chocolate to draw lines on the cake pops and then used a paint brush to smooth out the lines.  The pink polka dot pops were a perfect compliment to the zebra print.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Sugar & Spice..

...and everything nice.  That's what little girls are made of.

I love how these very girly cake pops turned out for my cousins' birthdays! 

You can't go wrong with pink and purple.  These pops were a hit at their shared birthday party. 

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Rock n' Roll

These Rock n' Roll cake pops were made for an 80s music lover! 
Her favorite bands included Aerosmith and Def Leppard.

SWEET Emotion Cake Pops

"Pour Some Sugar on Me" Cake Pops

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Ooh La La

 I recently made these black and light pink cake pops for a Paris themed wedding shower.  The couple became engaged while in Paris so it was very fitting!

 I used large light pink sprinkles on the black cake pops for a simple but elegant look.

 To make the black specks on the pink cake pops I sprinkled black disco dust.  I also adhered a chocolate Eiffel Tower to each cake pop.  To make any type of design out of chocolate, melt the chocolate and place in a squeeze bottle or piping bag.  Draw a design with the melted chocolate on wax paper.  Once the chocolate has hardened you can remove the design and use to decorate cake pops, cakes, cookies, etc.

This Eiffel Tower was used as a centerpiece for the cake pops. 
 I used melted chocolate to add a little extra detail.