My goodness have we been busy at the shop! I haven’t even had the time to write a blog post (last one was six months ago, gulp!).
With that said, here’s a great one to kick off the new year. It’s a printable for cake pops with three of the popular characters from Disney’s Frozen … Elsa, Olaf, and Anna!
Here’s a photo to give you an idea of how you can use them on cake pops. Simply print out the jpeg below on card stock or other sturdy paper, cut out the characters, and tape them to the sticks…so cute!
Disclaimer: This item is not for sale and is for personal use only. The Disney Frozen images were found using a google image search.
In a large pot or saucepan, melt butter and marshmallows over medium heat until smooth. Remove from heat and add cinnamon and molasses. Once combined, fold in rice cereal. With a buttered/greased spatula or buttered hands/gloves (preferred method) , pour mixture into prepared pan and form to pan. Allow to cool/set for 30 minutes.
With an electric mixer, whip butter and cream cheese. Add vanilla. Slowly, on low speed, incorporate confectioners sugar until smooth (you may not need all of the sugar).
Cut treats into 3-inch squares. Separate squares and frost (so the frosting drips down the sides a bit).
TIP: Warm frosting in microwave for 15 seconds and pour over individual treats. Smooth with a spatula.
We’ve got a weekend deal in the online shop today. 25% Off Sugar Coated Cake Pops…
For those of you that make cake pops, these easy cake pops make a big impression. Look at how colorful they are! They can be any color of the rainbow and beyond…black, gold, silver. Great for ombre themed parties too!
Simply dip your cake pop in any color chocolate and tap off the excess chocolate. While the cake pop is still wet (but not dripping) light pour clear sanding sugar all over the wet chocolate.
TIP: The sugar will weigh down the chocolate and may cause it to slide off the pop. You can avoid this by making sure your chocolate temp is correct–around 85 degrees F–and by tapping off as much chocolate as you can before adding the sugar.
Summer is officially here! Our region has been smacked with a massive heat wave this week… temps in the 90’s? No thanks!
With that kind of weather, there’s only one way to beat the heat… relaxing by the pool with a popsicle!
But these aren’t just any ordinary popsicles; they are Orange Creamsicle Cake Pops – yes, there’s cake in there! They’re so easy to make… I’ll be showing you two styles of Orange Creamsicle Cake Pops, so make sure you read all the way to the end.
The geniuses at Pillsbury recently came out with some seasonal flavors, and I was so excited when I found Orangesicle cake mix and frosting at my local Target. So not only do these pops look like Creamsicles, they taste like it too!
Prepare the cake as directed, and mix your cake pop dough as if you were making regular cake pops. If you…