Freeze cake pops for at least 15 minutes to set. Reserve the remaining candy melts. Repeat with 2 tbsp 30 mL green candy melts, attaching a stick to the remaining cake pop. Coat one of the cake pops secured with blue candy melts. Immediately hold the stick horizontally so that the melted liquid flows down to one spot on the cake pop to create the tail. Stick a sunflower seed on the front of the cake pop to make a beak.
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Freeze cake pops for at least 15 minutes to set. Reserve the remaining candy melts. Repeat with 2 tbsp 30 mL green candy melts, attaching a stick to the remaining cake pop. Coat one of the cake pops secured with blue candy melts. Immediately hold the stick horizontally so that the melted liquid flows down to one spot on the cake pop to create the tail.
Stick a sunflower seed on the front of the cake pop to make a beak. Stick two seeds on the bottom to make feet. Set in a cake pop stand to dry. Repeat with second blue cake pop. Reheat blue candy melts, adding more as needed. Use the pastry bag to pipe wings on the sides of the birds. Set in the stand to dry. Melt 2 tbsp 30 mL chocolate candy melts, using Paramount Crystals or shortening to thin them. Use the paintbrush to paint dots for eyes.
Coat the remaining cake pop. Immediately nestle jelly beans on top for the eggs, then pile coconut around the jelly beans to make a nest. Measure the dimensions of the flowerpot and trim the Styrofoam to fit snugly and be about 1 inch 2.
Place Styrofoam in the pot and cover with paper shred. Tie a length of tulle in a knot around each cake pop stick. Slide knots up to just below cake pops. Push the cake pop sticks into the Styrofoam, arranging the birds behind and slightly higher than the nest. Tip: For yellow birds, substitute yellow candy melts for blue. Use orange-candy-and-chocolate-covered sunflower seeds for the beak and feet. We have been having so much fun. My favorite so far has been the French Toast Donuts.
My husband loves the Buttermilk donut recipe and the kiddos are crazy about the chocolate donuts recipe. Everything in this book is easy to follow and easy to create. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Cakepops With The Babycakes Cake Pop Maker
Packed inside the new cookbook are recipes for cake pops of all kinds and flavors, plus muffins, biscuits, meatballs, appetizers, ebelskivers, doughnuts, scones, bread bites and more. You will find recipes that will inspire you to use your Babycakes Cake Pop maker every day—from morning to night. Most of all, when cake pops are just the right treat, you will discover the perfect flavor, plus awesome decorating and gift suggestions so your cake pops will steal the show. Weddings, showers, holidays, teacher gifts, thank you gifts, elegant affairs, simple gestures, big graduation parties, and even a dog treat are just a few of the special occasions that are described in detail so you can easily make and serve fantastic cake pops. We think you will be especially pleased with the step-by-step photos! You will discover exactly how to attach the sticks, dip the cake pop in the coatings and add decorative swirls, marbleize the colors, make beautiful rosebuds and make darling little people.
175 best Babycakes cake pops recipes
Pull up a chair, grab a cake pop and let me show you how to use your cake pop maker! Cake pops require baking and destroying a cake, mushing it with frosting, and forming all of the pops by hand. It will be yet another kitchen gadget that will collect dust. This sweet little machine won me over in less time than it would have taken me to bake a cake much less the time spent letting it cool, mixing it with frosting and forming into pops.
175 Best Babycakes Cake Pops Recipes