Mummy Spooky Cake Pops

I received a few emails asking for links to the Mummy Cake Pops I made last year for Jordan's Halloween Party at School. Because this is what I will be making again I decided to share my version of the
Yummy Mummies by Bakerella again this Halloween for your little spooks to enjoy!

 All children can have allergies to foods like peanuts but special needs children seem to have these allergies at a higher rate. It is a good idea when ever shipping your little hero off to school with a new batch of HeroCakePops to make sure they are labeled with ingredients for the teachers.

Now turn to page 131 in Bakerella's Cake Pop book and lets make some Yummy Mummies!

First we need one mini-hero dressed as a bee....Check!

Then we need to bake our cake - let it cool - mix it with 1/3 can of frosting - roll cake pops!

The great thing about Mummies is they can be what ever color you like best! I dipped my cake pops in white chocolate (candy melts)  This part is all up to the artist/baker (or the baker's helpers)!

Then we need some green and white Yummy Mummies!! After baking the basic cake pop (I used a store bought white cake mix for ease) and cooling the mummies were ready to be painted with candy melts.I first coated all the mummies in white like described in the book. Then once all mummies were made I used green gel based coloring (never water) and tinted the rest of the white candy melt booger green! I then used a disposable piping bag to pipe on the mummy wrap!

Remember the more mess the more it looks like a Mummy! I hope everyone has Happy and
safe Happy Halloween!

For more AWESOME ideas for cake pops and Halloween treats head over to our
Flickr Group Cakes On A Stick!!

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