Birthday Cake Pops

Angry Birds

Winnie-the-Pooh & Honey Jars

Crab cake pops
Fish bowl cake pops
Strawberry Cake Pops
Xbox controller cake pops
Ice-cream cake pops
Lady bug and bee cake pops
Monkey cake pops
Spiderman theme cake pop display
Spiderman cake pops & cupcakes
Lightning McQueen cake pops
Robot cake pops
Butterfly cake pops
Princess Cake Pops
TML hockey puck cake pops
Pittsburgh Penguin hockey puck cake pops
Owl cake pops
Sports theme cake pops
Pink Ladybugs
Birthday Arrangement  
Martini Glasses
Nail Polish Pops for a spa theme party
Milkshake cake pops. 
Running Shoe cake pops.
Baseball Theme Pops.

Race Car Cake Pops

Batman Cake Pops
Pink Cupcake Cake Pops
Strawberry Shortcake Theme
Mickey Mouse Cake Pop Theme

9 comments:

  1. Love your cake pops! I was curious if you might be able to offer some tips on your fishbowl cake pops. What color candy wafers did you dip them? How did you get the top flat?

    Thanks!

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  2. Thanks! Very easy to do. Dip your cake pop and don't allow it to drip off to much and have it sitting down with the stick facing up. You'll have to add the coloured candy quickly before the cake pop dries. Once it dries, turn it over and you will have a flat bottom. I added some more blue chocolate on the flats tops to look like water in motion. I use white chocolate and add some blue oil candy colour from AmeriColour.
    The fish is a fondant cut-out and I marked the fins/tail. The bubbles are candy sugar pearls.
    Hope it turns out to your liking! Good luck!

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  3. I am trying to figure out how to make the Mickey Mouse cake pops. If I'm not mistaken you dip the pop in red first for the pants and then the dark chocolate? The one thing I am not understanding is his ears. Is there a special way of doing those?

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  4. These are awesome!!! I am going to attempt the nail polish ones...I'm guessing you used a few mini marshmallows on top of the cake pop for the nail polish lid...however, I have no idea how you got such cool sparkly, shiny colors! Any suggestions or tips would be very appreciated!!!

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  5. Im trying to figure out how to make the xbox controller pops how did u make the shape and what did you use for the candies on top

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  6. Hi, can you tell me what you used for the legs on the Crab Cake Pops please. My grandaughter wants them for her birthday.

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  7. Hi Everyone,

    I'm hoping that for those that inquired on the how-to's of certain cake pops that you did end up receiving a personal email from me. I've only just recently came back on the blog but have been trying to respond to everyones questions via email instead. If you have not heard back from me please email me at thecakebomb@gmail.com Thank you

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  8. Hi, I love your posts. They are really so cute and adorable. You have so much talent. I would like to know how did you make the car shaped cake pops. I would love to make some for my little nephew. Thank you so much.

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  9. Hi Gracie K

    I tried sending you a personal email, please let me know if you got it answering your question.

    The cars were shaped by hand. I used a little more then a standard cake pop scoop and then shaped them making them a little more rectangular and rounding the roof. I used fondant to make the face and tires and I also used yellow chocolate to make the lightning bolt with a toothpick on the side of the car.

    Hope this helps.
    Good luck.

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