Our unicorn cake pops are one of our most popular items!

Once we dip our classic birthday cake pops in white chocolate we simply sprinkle some “unicorn mix” on top while the chocolate is drying. We also do this to chocolate dipped OREOS, strawberries and pretzels!

This unicorm sprinkle mix is also great on top of birthday cakes
and freshly frosted cupcakes!

The mix contains gold and pink pearls, shimmery nonpereils, a touch of gold glitter, and gold quins.


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Perfect Cake Pops Swirls

The secret to perfect cake pop swirls .. power tools!

Sugar Coated Cake Pops

Happy Friday!

We’ve got a weekend deal in the online shop today. 25% Off Sugar Coated Cake Pops…
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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.

Sugar Coated Cake Pops

Valentine’s Day Cake Pops

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!
Here are some special offers just for you.


Expires today, February 5th at 5pm PST

24 for $30 “You Design” Valentine’s Day Cake Pops…
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Pumpkin Cake Pops (a KC Bakes Tutorial!)

We’ve been making pumpkin cake pops all month long so we want to share this terrific cake pop tutorial by our friend Kim over at KC Bakes! I hope you enjoyed it.

Here are some of our pumpkin cake pops–traditional pops and some “sticks up”!

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I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again – I. Love. Fall! The colors, the decorations and the weather gets cold enough for hoodies… nothing’s more cozy than a soft, comfy hooded sweatshirt!

I’m super excited to share these pumpkin cake pops with you, they were so fun to make. They’re great for any Fall fest or Halloween party!

I started off with regular size cake balls that I make with my 1.5″ cookie scoop.

Using a fondant veining tool, press grooves into the cake ball.

Continue around the cake ball until you have 5 grooves.

In this case, the less-symmetrical, the better. This may sound funny, but think about the pumpkins you see out in nature… for the most part, they look the same, but up close, they all have their own unique imperfections.

After you’ve done the 5th groove, sometimes the previous 4 grooves close up a…

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NEW! Cake Pops with Logos, Letters, and Custom Shapes…

Now offering cake pops with die cut logos, letters, and custom shapes!

Contact us for details.

Cake Pops with Logos