Tag Archive | "cake pops"

Peanut Butter Chocolate Banana Cake Pops

Monday, October 29, 2012

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Using banana bread as the cake and peanut butter as the frosting you can have all the fun of a cake pop with a little less guilt. My son loves these and we don't miss all of the extra sugar and butter.

Naked {Jack-o-lantern} Cake Pops

Sunday, October 28, 2012


These cake pops without a chocolate candy coating came about by accident. In the middle of making cake pops we ran out of Wilton dipping chocolate but I realized that my whole family still devoured them. Admittedly, they are less polished looking, but they are also less sweet and we didn't miss the chocolate coating at all.

Carrot Cake Pops

Sunday, April 8, 2012


Bite-sized carrot cake squares covered in white chocolate? Yes, please! Naturally-dyed cream cheese frosting carrots add the finishing touch. Happy Easter!

Basketball Cake Pops

Monday, April 2, 2012


I had some leftover cake so I decided to make basketball cake pops for the Men's NCAA championship game tonight. They are easy to make and would be great for any basketball game, sports party or treats for a basketball team.

Heart Cake Pops

Wednesday, February 8, 2012


These heart-shaped cake pops are the perfect treat for your Valentine. They also make a fun Valentine's Day project for your kids.

Football Cake Pops

Friday, February 3, 2012


The Super Bowl is just around the corner so it's time for football cake pops. These cake pops would also be the perfect treat for a football-themed birthday bash or a football team party.

Oh, Toodles! Cake Pops

Friday, February 3, 2012


It's easy to transform cake pops into the iconic Mickey Mouse head using Necco wafers. Decorated with rainbow sprinkles these cake pops were the perfect addition to the dessert spread at my son's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse birthday party.

Cake Pops

Saturday, August 27, 2011


I've been wanting to make cake pops for a long time now. They are the perfect little bite-sized treat to satisfy your sweet craving, a creative way to use left-over cake and frosting, and cute little party favors or gifts. They also make a fun edible art project for kids.

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