It's a Christmas Cakepop

Thanksgiving was lovely and I love all the smells of different food wafting through the house but I am one of the people. The Christmas people. By the time Thanksgiving rolls around I am almost dying of impatience to decorate the house. No matter how much I want to I just can't skip Thanksgiving and decorate before we sit down and eat our Thanksgiving meal. That being said, when I started making cake pops this weekend it was for a very special friend who happens to be my EMT Partner. He received a big promotion and today is his last day as my partner. The plan was to make secret ninja cake pops because he is a secret ninja taking over the world...but what happened was...Christmas music and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. I made one ninja cake pop and some how the entire batch turned into Christmas cake pops. I saw one little girl walking in the parade with a red Berra and I was lost in Christmas. So my partner got a cake pop gift of Christmas with one secret ninja!

Step 1: Bake your cakes (use your good ole box variety or your grandma's passed down generation recipe)
Step 2: After cake cools crumble that baby up and mix in your frosting (I used cream cheese frosting   
            because I made a red velvet cake)
Step 3: Form your cake balls with a small ice cream scoop or your hands and let chill at least 10 minutes in
            freezer. I also dip my Lolly-pop sticks in melted chocolate and stick them in the cake balls before
            I chill them so they are sturdier to dip. If you are new to cake popping and need more detailed
            instructions go to: Bakerella she the Queen and Master of all things cake pops and her
            tutorials are awesome.
Step 4: Dip those cake pops in the candy melt or chocolate of your choice and decorate like your Van
            Gogh looking up at a Starry Night.

You need your edible disco dust. Christmas was made to sparkle.
If it is a stocking/ornament/light and it doesn't sparkle you better
keep it cause this girl wants glitter in her Christmas.

Now Cupcakes...I am working on my royal icing work but we aren't
there yet so I got these cuties a my local cake decorating store
and they are too cute for Christmas words!


Little Red Berra Cake Pop
Find your theme and inspiration. Mine
was a little girls red Berra in a Christmas Parade.


 Christmas Explosion Cake Pop
I like to take the first two or three
cake pops and test out all my decorations to see what
I am going to like best. Don't be shy...let your inner Pollock run free.


Pollock Cake Pop
Christmas Party Cake Pops
   
The Christmas Party Cake Pops ready for the Paparazzi.


Sweet Candy Cake Pops

Sweet Candy Snow Storm Cake Pops


The Snowpack Cake Pops


The Snowpack Frosty Cake Pop

Blizzard Cake Pop


Lonely Blizzard Cake Pop

Pure Christmas Cake Pop



Pure Christmas Wonderland Cake Pop



The Christmas Cake Pops

Christmas Light Cake Pop


Christmas Tree Cake Pop

Santa at the North Pole Cake Pop

Merry Christmas to all


This is what I am talking about! Let it sparkle and snow! Really
I hate the snow and the cold which is why I live in Las Vegas
but I like the cuteness of it anyways...
 
 PS: I promised you a ninja...

  






15 comments:

  1. These are great! Your ninja pop made me laugh. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Thank you for stopping by and who doesn't love ninjas!

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  3. These are adorable. I am a Christmas person too. If you were my neighbor I would definitely ask you to give me one of these.

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  4. This post is inspiring for sure and the cake pops are adorable!!! Let the Christmas Season begin and may you be blessed!!!

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  5. That's lots of sparkles for Christmas. Love Bakerella too. Got her book but have not tried making a cake pop yet :p Got to follow your blog to push myself to make cake pops!

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  6. what a delicious blog! here is so many inspirations!

    have a nice time,
    Paula

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  7. Zoe once you try a couple times and really get the hand of it you will be making them for every party and gathering! People just love finger food.

    Dale thank you so much for stopping by and may you and your family have a blessed Christmas too!

    Katerina! Email you address across the pond there because I would love to send you a Christmas card!

    Paula. Thank you so much for stopping by! Christmas is delicious!

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  8. Adoable.... I'm your newest happy follower. http://moogieland.blogspot.com/

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  9. Very cute! I love the ones with the bows!

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  10. I've made the basic pops before...but this is awesome. I LOVE these.

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  11. I LOVE those super glittery ones. Very festive and fun.

    http://hibacakes.blogspot.com

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  12. Oh I love the one with the Santa sitting on top!! That is *SO* cute ;)

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  13. Did you dip the "wet" pops in the glitter? Or sprinkle the glitter on?

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  14. Disco dust is inedible plastic craft glitter, not meant to be used on food.

    To keep something edible, edible glitter made from gum arabic, sanding sugar, or gelatin should be used.

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