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.
|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...