Posts Tagged ‘cake pops’

Congrats to Kat & Jeff!

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Since I usually post pictures of my cake pops, I figure I might as well post these:

Devil’s Food Cake with white chocolate on the outside and sparkly silver crystal sugar (Courtesy of Duff, a.k.a Ace of Cakes). I made them Friday night for Kat & Jeff’s wedding shower on Saturday.

I’m especially proud of the little tags, actually. I thought they were a nice touch.

Thanks to Sarah and Leah for their help (mostly with tying those adorable little bows!).

Finally, a quick public service announcement: When it’s hot outside, cake pops melt. That is all.

Another batch of Wedding Cake Pops

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

It’s been a while since I posted, I know. And I’ve got some great recipes coming, up, I swear. But you’re going to have to wait another day or two for those.  Today, we’re headed to Iowa for the wedding of a couple of college friends, Roxy and Jordan. I’m very excited for them, and can’t wait to celebrate with them tonight, but I’m also tired. Because Leah and I were up late making these:

Totally worth it! 😀

I know you’re probably much too busy to be reading this today, but if you happen to see this, Congratulations, Roxy & Jordan!!

Sunday Cake Pop Marathon

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

Leah and I made a whole mess of cake pops today. A double batch! A ton!

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These were chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting on the inside (yum!) and pretty baby blue and chocolate brown on the outside, for one of Leah’s co-workers. She’s getting married in about a week, and has fallen in love with some of the past cake pops I’ve made, so she begged Leah to score some for her.

I’m a big softy, I guess, so when Leah offered to pay for the supplies, I said I’d go ahead and make the pops–as long as Leah promised to help.

These turned out beautifully. Only now I’m a little sad–I would’ve loved to have cake pops at my own wedding, if only I’d known about them!

Easter Cake Pops!

Monday, April 13th, 2009

I hope everyone had a Happy Easter…I sure did. We went to my Grandma’s house for a big Easter lunch, before heading over to Dave’s Aunt and Uncle’s house. I had a nice time, even though I was pretty tired by the end of the day. After all, I spent most of Saturday cooking…cake pops!

Once again, I borrowed Bakerella’s cake pop method. Everyone loved them!

They were almost too cute to eat!