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Confectionery Wedding Favors With Cake Pops

Oct 7, 2010

by Chappell Ellison handmade and vintage goods

Baking blogger Bakerella had no idea that she would start a phenomenon. It was love-at-first-bite after she tried a cake ball at a party. After that, she began her own experiments with the bite-sized dessert. She decided to insert lollipop sticks into the cake, resulting in cake pops. In her new book, Cake Pops, Bakerella gives simple instructions to create these treats using boxed cake mix. She has been kind enough to share her recipe for Bride & Groom Cake Pops from her new book. First, start by making basic cake balls, then continue to the next recipe. You’ll soon have the cutest wedding favors your guests have ever seen!

Basic Cake Balls
Cake balls are bite-size balls made of crumbled cake mixed with frosting and covered in candy coating. They are super-easy to make and form the basis of endless variations of decorated cake pops, cupcake pops, and cake bites. Makes 48 cake balls.

You’ll need:

18.25-ounce box cake mix
16-ounce container ready-made frosting
32 ounces (2 pounds) candy coating

9-by-13 inch cake pan
Large mixing bowl

Large metal spoon
Wax paper
2 baking sheets
Plastic wrap

Deep, microwave-safe plastic bowl
Resealable plastic bag or squeeze bottle (optional)

1. Bake the cake as directed on the box, using a 9-by-13-inch cake pan. Let cool completely.
2. Once the cake is cooled, get organized and set aside plenty of time (at least an hour) to crumble, roll, and dip 4 dozen cake balls.
3. Crumble the cooled cake into a large mixing. (The best technique is to use your hands! Cut the baked cake into 4 pieces. Remove a section from the pan, break it in half, and rub the two pieces together over the bowl until both pieces are crumbled.) You should not see any large pieces of cake. Add three-quarters of the container of frosting. (You will not need the remaining frosting.) Mix it into the crumbled cake, using a large metal spoon, until thoroughly combined. If you use the entire container, the cake balls will be too moist.
4. The mixture should be moist enough to roll into 1 1/2-inch balls and still hold a round shape. After rolling the cake balls by hand, place them on a wax paper-covered baking sheet.
5. Cover with plastic wrap and chill for several hours in the refrigerator, or place in the freezer for about 15 minutes. You want the balls to be firm but not frozen.

Bride & Groom Cake Pops
You’ll need:
48 uncoated Basic Cake Balls
64 to 80 ounces (4 to 5 pounds) white candy coating
Black candy coloring (not food coloring)
192 miniature white confetti sprinkles
48 miniature black heart sprinkles (from Poker Shapes)
2 deep, microwave-safe plastic bowls
48 paper lollipop sticks
Styrofoam block
Wax paper
Baking sheet
Large squeeze bottle

To decorate:
1. Have the cake balls chilled and in the refrigerator.Cake_pops_2.jpg
2. Melt the white candy coating in a microwave-safe bowl, following the instructions on the package. The coating should be about 3 inches deep for easier dipping. (I usually work with about 16 ounces of coating at a time.)
3. When you are ready to dip, remove a few cake balls at a time from the refrigerator, keeping the rest chilled.4. One at a time, dip about 1/2 inch of the tip of a lollipop stick into the melted candy coating and insert the stick straight into a cake ball, pushing it no more than halfway through. Dip the cake pop into the melted coating, and tap off any excess coating, as described in “Dipping Methods.” (See below)
5. For the grooms, place half of the cake pops in the Styrofoam block to dry; you will be dipping these a second time.
6. For the brides, place the remaining coated cake pops, ball-side down, on a wax paper-covered baking sheet, and let dry completely.
7. Transfer one-third of the remaining white candy coating to a large squeeze bottle, and pipe coating for the bride’s dress in opposite directions (as shown in the photo). Place back on the wax paper to dry.
8. Tint the remaining two-thirds of the candy coating with black candy coloring. Keep adding color until you achieve a rich black. Then dip the groom cake pops in the black candy coating, holding the pop in a diagonal direction and dipping it into the coating until half covered. Remove and dip the other side in the opposite diagonal direction to form a black V-shaped jacket. Place the groom pops, ball-sides down, on a wax paper-covered baking sheet. Let the brides and grooms dry completely.
9. When the pops are dry, use a toothpick to dot a small amount of melted white candy coating in position for the bride’s necklace and the groom’s buttons, and attach white confetti sprinkles. Use the same technique to attach 2 black miniature heart sprinkles in position for the groom’s bow tie. The pointed ends of the hearts should be facing each other when attached.
10. Use some of the leftover black candy coating to finish the bow ties. Just dip a toothpick into the coating and apply a small dab over the heart sprinkles where the two pointed sides meet. Let the brides and grooms dry completely.

Additional Tips: Dipping Methods for Cake Pops
Bakerella_bio.jpgMake sure your coating is deep enough to completely submerge the firmed cake pop. Small, narrow, and deep microwave-safe plastic bowls are best, so you can hold the bowl easily without burning any fingers. Glass bowls can get too hot. Dip about 1/2 inch of a lollipop stick into the melted coating and insert it into a cake ball, pushing it no more than halfway through. Then dip the cake pop in the melted coating, completely covering the cake ball, and remove it in one motion. If the coating is too thick, gently tap off any excess. Hold the pop over the bowl in one hand and tap your wrist gently with your other hand. if you use the hand holding the cake pop to shake off excess coating, the force of the movement will be too strong and could cause the cake ball to loosen or fly off the lollipop stick. Tapping the wrist holding the cake pop absorbs some of the impact. The excess coating will fall off, but you will need to rotate the lollipop stick so the coating doesn’t build up on one side, making it too thin or too hot. It’s not as hard as it sounds; it just takes a little practice.
Check out Bakerella’s book for more instructions for making other adorable cake pops. They’re almost too cute to eat!


  • abacusbeadcreations

    abacusbeadcreations said 6 years ago

    Oh, man. This article should come with a warning. I can feel my behind getting bigger already. Yummy!

  • WoolnFelt

    WoolnFelt said 6 years ago

    oh my amazing treats!!!

  • akcArt

    akcArt said 6 years ago

    Cutest cake balls I've ever seen!

  • EvenAndy

    EvenAndy said 6 years ago

    Thanks so much for sharing your recipe! The bride and groom cake pops look very tasty!

  • doxallodesigns

    doxallodesigns said 6 years ago

    These are fabulous - I made my first cakepops not long ago - such a nice treat!! Janice

  • littleacceb

    littleacceb said 6 years ago

    So delicious! I'm always afraid of my cakes being too dry - I guess if you add a tonne of icing then that takes away all the risk. :)

  • crumblescookies

    crumblescookies said 6 years ago

    I luv Bakerella!

  • bylynnkrestel

    bylynnkrestel said 6 years ago

    oohhh thanks so much for sharing!! i have been a long time admirer!! : )

  • annawoz

    annawoz said 6 years ago

    Wow, it makes me hungry! I'm not talent to cook but I will try :D My children will eat everything if it sweet LOL

  • AZCreativeStudio

    AZCreativeStudio said 6 years ago

    So delicious!!!

  • IndyGrrrlProductions

    IndyGrrrlProductions said 6 years ago

    The wedding favors are adorable!

  • rosebudshome

    rosebudshome said 6 years ago

    Great can't wait to try. I have failed with dipping things in chocolate but I am willing to try the white candy coating.

  • Colettesboutique

    Colettesboutique said 6 years ago

    Yummy! Thanks for sharing.

  • jguilddesigns

    jguilddesigns said 6 years ago

    Yum! these are adorable!

  • DesignerKnits

    DesignerKnits said 6 years ago

    amazing. this looks so delicious

  • worksofwhimsy

    worksofwhimsy said 6 years ago

    I really want to know what those taste like!

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie said 6 years ago

    Yum! These look so good!!!

  • DanielleMarieRose

    DanielleMarieRose said 6 years ago

    These are so pretty!

  • ConservationClothing

    ConservationClothing said 6 years ago

    yummmmmmmm..I'm selling a PRARIE BRIDAL GOWN

  • hypericumfragile

    hypericumfragile said 6 years ago

    I have to eat something sweet right now!

  • KettleConfections

    KettleConfections said 6 years ago

    These cake pops look too pretty to eat! Didn't know I could find them here right on Etsy.

  • alibli

    alibli said 6 years ago

    Ohhh... this is far toooooo yummy!

  • BlueRoseRetro

    BlueRoseRetro said 6 years ago

    Yummmm. What a clever idea.

  • AlpineAngel

    AlpineAngel said 6 years ago

    and heres me in ENGLAND ! gah :-))) looke gorgeous !

  • studiocatb

    studiocatb said 6 years ago

    LOVE IT! These are so cute!

  • bbbennyandthejet

    bbbennyandthejet said 6 years ago

    whoa.... project time!!

  • bysweetmom

    bysweetmom said 6 years ago

    so delicious...

  • LittleBatch

    LittleBatch said 6 years ago

    Since I'm already married, I'm thinking the hubs and I will be making these for our anniversary. Our wedding cake was hazelnut cake with bittersweet chocolate ganache... should translate nicely into a cake pop! I'm already drooooooling.

  • IcingOnTheCupcake

    IcingOnTheCupcake said 6 years ago

    Funny, I was just eyeing up that cookbook the other week! These are so good!

  • beachglassshop

    beachglassshop said 6 years ago

    on my agenda for the holidays - thank you for sharing with us!!!

  • CorrineONeill

    CorrineONeill said 6 years ago

    Ohhh these are so cute; thanks for sharing! I can't wait to make some!

  • patchesnthings

    patchesnthings said 6 years ago

    I will definitely try this! These look adorable and yummy. Thanks for sharing!

  • TwistedRiverClay

    TwistedRiverClay said 6 years ago

    mmmmmmmmm lets eat.

  • polkadotmagpie

    polkadotmagpie said 6 years ago

    What a tasty idea! Brilliant.

  • dkalvarez

    dkalvarez said 6 years ago

    Lovin' it. Will be forwarding this link to my sis who is getting married in May.

  • BiscottiQueen

    BiscottiQueen said 6 years ago

    Holy amazing! Daughter's bday party is now covered! :) Literally... cake on a stick and out the door they go. hehehe YUM

  • VivaGailBeads

    VivaGailBeads said 6 years ago

    WOW - that looks like so much fun, and yummy too!

  • PudgyBirdCo

    PudgyBirdCo said 6 years ago

    looks SO yummy. I wonder how they would turn out with half of the frosting substituted with cream cheese... I think I might just have to try it!

  • ghouliesandbeasties

    ghouliesandbeasties said 6 years ago

    Oh boy, Halloween luncheon coming up. I see ghostie heads on a stick, stuck into the sides of a styrofoam tombstone. Thanks!

  • ViviansKitchen

    ViviansKitchen said 6 years ago

    Angie is just darling and I love her cake pops!! I make them with my girls.

  • kimmchi

    kimmchi said 6 years ago

    omg they make it look so easy

  • MarKoosModernDesign

    MarKoosModernDesign said 6 years ago

    Now on my to-do list!! THe kids will love them!! Will also make great birthday treats for school!!!!

  • CNJceramics

    CNJceramics said 6 years ago

    I think red velvet with white chocolate would be amazing, not mention make a mess out of my kitchen :)

  • Mclovebuddy

    Mclovebuddy said 6 years ago

    adorable and delicious.

  • bacino

    bacino said 6 years ago

    Wow - these look amazing! It makes me wish we could do our wedding all over again! But then again... maybe not... Christmas is coming though!!

  • gototes

    gototes said 6 years ago

    So yummy and fun!! And I'm mouthwatering...perfect for bake sales at school!

  • HighStrungBead

    HighStrungBead said 6 years ago

    I need that book! Those are the cutest treats! ♥

  • weezieduzzit

    weezieduzzit said 6 years ago

    It's so nice to see Bakerella on Etsy! Bakerella is the only blog I read. :)

  • LadyRoseTreasures

    LadyRoseTreasures said 6 years ago

    I love Bakerella! I have been following her blog for a while and so happy that her book is out! Check out her blog, it is fabulous!

  • birchbeerboutique

    birchbeerboutique said 6 years ago

    yummy! its cake crumbs? i am going to try this right now. with the remainder of my cranberry gingerbread cake. velvet cake and white chocolate cream cheese frosting is next. and guinness cake. yes. thank you bakerella, you have introduced me to a whole new universe of yummy goodness.

  • allthingswhite

    allthingswhite said 6 years ago

    I must try these asap- they look wonderful!!!

  • thecottagemarket

    thecottagemarket said 6 years ago

    ok -- i have to tell you -- i LOVE cute! i have seen CUTE things all over -- bakeries...cake boss...everywhere -- but nothing is as cute as these and the ones on the website -- i mean really -- those little popcorn bags and EVERYTHING!!!!! i know what i am doing this weekend! i just LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE THEM and thank you so much for sharing -- they are AWESOME! all of the etsy finds look deliciously scrumptious also!!!! my sweet tooth is calling out to me!!!

  • jpstyle

    jpstyle said 6 years ago

    OMG these are so stink'n CUTE!

  • BeadsInTheBelfry

    BeadsInTheBelfry said 6 years ago

    I love Bakerella!!! Her blog makes me so happy. :D

  • maggiemaevintage

    maggiemaevintage said 6 years ago

    omg does cake get any better than this?

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage said 6 years ago

    My mouth is watering! Everything looks delicious!!

  • rozzie

    rozzie said 6 years ago

    mm very lovely and tastey art!!

  • CillDaraHandcrafted

    CillDaraHandcrafted said 6 years ago

    How fun and how perfect for a dessert bar!

  • AnnMargaretsSpecialT

    AnnMargaretsSpecialT said 6 years ago

    I love seeing her sweet creations! These are just adorable! Must get her book! :)

  • craftprincess66

    craftprincess66 said 6 years ago

    Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to try the recipe at my next party!!

  • autumnsanticsstore

    autumnsanticsstore said 6 years ago

    Gorgeous! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing your tips and tricks! Gotta try these sometime!

  • CandacesCloset

    CandacesCloset said 6 years ago

    omg I can't WAIT to make these, though I'm sure they'll never look as good. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • ourfrontyard

    ourfrontyard said 6 years ago

    Those are amazing!! What a great recipe!! Thanks so much for sharing it! :)

  • ShanghaiLove

    ShanghaiLove said 6 years ago

    My hubby said, "make me just wanna eat a chocolate" >_<

  • paperbella

    paperbella said 6 years ago

    How cute! They're too pretty to eat ~ I'm a sucker for stuff like this. Great feature!

  • beyondtherockz

    beyondtherockz said 6 years ago

    Have made these dipped and drizzled with chocolate, but didn't think to add lollipop sticks - - love it! Will look for the book. Thanks for sharing!

  • 2007musarra

    2007musarra said 6 years ago

    We heart bakerella! I just had my first cake ball the other day, now I can make them :)


    ARTIBILITY said 6 years ago

    i have been doing these for a long time - before getting into jewelry - nice to see others are as well - these are so yummy

  • ThePattypanShop

    ThePattypanShop said 6 years ago

    These are lovely - too pretty to eat!!! Will have to add this book to my collection of cookbooks!!

  • TessaKim

    TessaKim said 6 years ago

    Ooo yum!

  • My3lilCupcakes

    My3lilCupcakes said 6 years ago

    Thank you for featuring my Tiffanys Blue brownie Pops!...They are so much fun to make.

  • bridgetandco

    bridgetandco said 6 years ago

    They are very yummy - we've been working on all different kinds. We also use a cream cheese icing which is great. Bought the book and it has lots of great ideas and resources.

  • ldh13

    ldh13 said 6 years ago


  • pinklimed

    pinklimed said 6 years ago

    Yup! Looks absolutely delicious!

  • prettystardesigns

    prettystardesigns said 6 years ago

    I love Bakerella, this post is making me want to go bake something now lol

  • papergirlstudios

    papergirlstudios said 6 years ago

    I can't wait to try these!!! Thanks!

  • divineandunique

    divineandunique said 6 years ago

    how cute! just might get brave enough to try it

  • LittleBettySoho

    LittleBettySoho said 6 years ago

    haha fantastic! look yummy and totally amazing. i have a feeling mine wouldnt look quite so perfect however. i only have 1 more day left until my youngest daughter's first birthday, so I'll give them a miss this time but am tempted to revisted this for my eldest's before christmas.

  • TheBrassHussy

    TheBrassHussy said 6 years ago

    these look and sound delish!

  • dottyral

    dottyral said 6 years ago

    I'm a dedicated Bakerella follower. So happy to see her featured here!

  • honeydbags

    honeydbags said 6 years ago

    Love Bakerella! I made these before and they are delicious!

  • sintwister

    sintwister said 6 years ago

    These are so cute! I sent the link to my sister for her wedding next fall. So fun!

  • Vidalbuttons

    Vidalbuttons said 6 years ago

    OMG! I love the apples! It's a wonderful idea for weddings!

  • RocCityPretty

    RocCityPretty said 6 years ago

    These are so adorable and creative. They remind me of candy apples! You could make a fall novelty treat with these. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • ohbabydotcom

    ohbabydotcom said 6 years ago

    oh boy! everyone looks so yummy good : )

  • whimsywhimsical

    whimsywhimsical said 6 years ago

    wow :D :D Thanks for sharing! Love your photos especially the step by step photo tutorial!

  • PaperPicker

    PaperPicker said 6 years ago

    yummy, who would of thought that this wonderfully sweet treat would come on a stick.

  • BethBoudin

    BethBoudin said 6 years ago


  • Katexpressions

    Katexpressions said 6 years ago

    What a great idea!! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • ChimysClips

    ChimysClips said 6 years ago

    OMG!!!!!!!!!! I have to try this yumyyyyyyyyyy.........

  • RockStarHottie

    RockStarHottie said 6 years ago

    Oh my gosh! So cute and looks relatively easy to make. I am on it!

  • olana11

    olana11 said 6 years ago

    elegant AND yummy!

  • EcoChicHandKnits

    EcoChicHandKnits said 6 years ago

    These are absolutely adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing! I'm definitely saving these for my next occasion. The book looks wonderful as well!

  • flyingpignc

    flyingpignc said 6 years ago

    make them gluten free and I am there!

  • PrettyBebe

    PrettyBebe said 6 years ago

    I can't wait to try these! Thank you so much for sharing.

  • melake53

    melake53 said 6 years ago

    What an awesome idea. My husband is a DJ at a full service wedding hall in Cypress, Texas....I am definitely passing this idea on to them.

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 said 6 years ago

    Have made these a few times. Love German Chocolate covered in light cocoa chocolate and coconut!

  • SlightlySpiced

    SlightlySpiced said 6 years ago

    That is absolutely adorable! I just love it! I can't wait to try those.. ohh my hubby will be so excited. And I'm there with Flyingpignc, make them gluten free and I can share them with my family too!

  • salvageshop

    salvageshop said 6 years ago


  • wearthou

    wearthou said 6 years ago

    Those are so amazing!! Excellent subject!!!

  • craftpile

    craftpile said 6 years ago

    I want to dive in the cake balls head yummy!

  • craftpile

    craftpile said 6 years ago

    I guess with the sticks that might be

  • dirtdancestonewerks

    dirtdancestonewerks said 6 years ago

    Who woulda thunk it! Fabulous!

  • dkshopgirl

    dkshopgirl said 6 years ago

    all looks delicious!

  • treeoflifestudio

    treeoflifestudio said 6 years ago

    so cute, I will pass this on to a friend who is getting married

  • ommieohmy Admin

    ommieohmy said 6 years ago

    whoa. no plans of getting married soon but i'd like to eat a bride and a groom ... or a mixed dozen.

  • CaughtMyEyeCandy

    CaughtMyEyeCandy said 6 years ago

    Are those red velvet ones? That's a beautiful combination.

  • nasceunbimbo

    nasceunbimbo said 6 years ago

    I'm just having breakfast...I want one of them!! :))))

  • HiddenNote

    HiddenNote said 6 years ago


  • littlemissswan

    littlemissswan said 6 years ago

    I'm a long time fan of the fabulous Bakerella, and she has absolutely out done herself.... beyond wonderful!!

  • demetgun3

    demetgun3 said 6 years ago

    very delicious...mmmm!!!!

  • babybayrs

    babybayrs said 6 years ago

    OMG! I can eat everyone of them and I don't usually eat sweets.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 6 years ago

    I love bakerella fabulous to see her on etsy! nom nom : ) I still havent made cake pops, I think I'm too nervous about crumbling a whole cake!

  • funkyhulagirl

    funkyhulagirl said 6 years ago

    PoshPixelStudios did a giveaway of Bakerella's book "Cake Pops" I was lucky to have won the book. The book is A-W-E-S-O-M-E!!

  • dicopebisuteria

    dicopebisuteria said 6 years ago

    I love her blog !! I don't even need to eat her sweets, I just feel full at seeing her photos !! Yummy !

  • lorenabr

    lorenabr said 6 years ago

    Looks great and I bet it taste very good:)

  • OneVintageLady

    OneVintageLady said 6 years ago

    I've have always wondered how the cake balls were made. WOW!!! Thanks!!

  • SallyAnnaScarves

    SallyAnnaScarves said 6 years ago

    These are fabulous! Can't wait to make some.

  • greenappleworks

    greenappleworks said 6 years ago

    I love this-- I will be trying this project over the weekend! My sister is getting married next weekend, and I think it will be a nice surprise for her--- Thank you for this imaginative post!!

  • melida

    melida said 6 years ago

    They don't celebrate Sweetest Day down here but these would be an awesome idea for any northerners whose state recognizes this fall's valentine holiday. especially with each one marked 'X' or 'O' Super Delicious!

  • susissatchels

    susissatchels said 6 years ago

    On my list of things to do!

  • lovelyjewellery

    lovelyjewellery said 6 years ago

    Oh wow they are beautiful - what a clever idea!! thanks for sharing!! x

  • exclusivelyhannah

    exclusivelyhannah said 6 years ago

    I love how you have taken these to the next level! my mom and i recently have made these for all our parties, and we never thought to stick a lollipop stick in them!! GENIUS!

  • adornbyuntamed

    adornbyuntamed said 6 years ago

    Very nice!

  • HouseOfMoss

    HouseOfMoss said 6 years ago

    That red cake looks absolutely delicious!

  • SHAbang

    SHAbang said 6 years ago

    I love Bakerella! I mad a very sad attempt at making cakeballs, and resolved to leave this kind of creating to professionals.

  • annaaizic

    annaaizic said 6 years ago


  • sugarhiccupllc

    sugarhiccupllc said 6 years ago

    Love the bride and groom cake pops! :) so cute!

  • KarenJ5

    KarenJ5 said 6 years ago

    EcLeCtIcLy OrIgInAl !! Maybe when my daughters get married, I'll have to do these!

  • lerobinbrown

    lerobinbrown said 6 years ago

    LOVE IT!!! Great article.

  • lerobinbrown

    lerobinbrown said 6 years ago

    LOVE IT!!! Great article.

  • DesignedFromTheHeart

    DesignedFromTheHeart said 6 years ago

    great idea, you have some very nice looking cake balls and they would come in handy for any type of shower/party. Will definetly have to practice them thou before I'd try serving them to others.You are very talented. :)

  • AmberHeartOfTheFinch

    AmberHeartOfTheFinch said 6 years ago

    I have ingredients at the ready and i shall be making these tomorrow with my little girls! We're making some violet creams too. Nom!

  • myextrememeasures

    myextrememeasures said 6 years ago

    My daughter wants very much to make these and I tried to do this with her last weekend. Ugh. It didn't work. I told her that I would try to find out what I did wrong. After seeing this, I was hoping someone might help. I made the Cake Pops according to Bakerellas directions. I think my issue were the candy melts. They seem way too thick to me. It didnt have a smooth coat like those shown. It was clumpy orange masses on my perfect cake balls. I was so mad. I made those cake balls so nice and uniform. Do you have any ideas? Are you using candy melts? I have promised her we would try again but honestly, I am at a loss as to what to do. Any advice is appreciated!

  • TuckamoreDesign

    TuckamoreDesign said 6 years ago

    How fun, and they look totally yummy! What a fabulous and original idea!

  • TuckamoreDesign

    TuckamoreDesign said 6 years ago

    How fun, and they look totally yummy! What a fabulous and original idea!

  • AshleyPahl

    AshleyPahl said 6 years ago

    Is it wrong if I just make a batch of cake pops for myself?

  • mizzylizzydesigns

    mizzylizzydesigns said 6 years ago

    Gorgeous idea and beautifully made!!!

  • AutumnLeavesJewelry

    AutumnLeavesJewelry said 6 years ago

    omgosh, haven't had coffee or breakfast yet and could go for some chocolate instead!

  • Co11Kitchen

    Co11Kitchen said 6 years ago

    Your items are amazing! They look so yummy!

  • HornCatCreations

    HornCatCreations said 6 years ago

    These look awesome: I am going to try them with a Betty Crocker gluten-free cake mix!

  • suzyqandsallytoo

    suzyqandsallytoo said 6 years ago

    I LOVED the book, HATED the actual cake pops!! There's something a bit gross about overly moist cake mooshed into a ball. I'm going to try her tips with frozen mini cupcakes instead. The insides aren't "cakey" enough for me when crumbling up the cake and mixing with frosting. Too moist and a bit gag-inducing! ick! AWESOME decorating ideas though!

  • lauraChristines

    lauraChristines said 6 years ago

    i LOVE these! they are SO cute and look delicious! i'll have to try it

  • ashleighcater

    ashleighcater said 6 years ago

    Yummy! I want one now : )

  • polkadotsandblooms

    polkadotsandblooms said 6 years ago

    How wonderful. I have always wondered how these work, this recipe is fantastic and I shall try this for my daughters b'day in December. Thanks so much!

  • brendastreasures

    brendastreasures said 6 years ago

    I love the bride and groom pops. Everything looks delicious.

  • pattyscollectibles

    pattyscollectibles said 6 years ago

    My daughter was just telling me yesterday a friend made these for tailgating and they were so good. We were trying to figure out how they were made....and now we know! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  • AutumnJo

    AutumnJo said 6 years ago

    These are too fabulous to eat!

  • expressionsofyoukc

    expressionsofyoukc said 6 years ago

    so simple! I should have thought of these sooner. Glad you shared! :-D

  • GracefullyGirly

    GracefullyGirly said 6 years ago

    Such fabulous tips! I can't wait to try this out. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Shellyka

    Shellyka said 6 years ago

    brilient and look fantastic!

  • doggonepurrtty

    doggonepurrtty said 6 years ago

    These are so adorable and cleaverly thought out! Thanks for sharing!!

  • vintagekraze

    vintagekraze said 6 years ago

    LOVE bakerella!!! she has some AMAZING ideas and is quite gifted!! thanks chapelle!

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    mad4plaid said 6 years ago


  • nicolegarner83

    nicolegarner83 said 6 years ago

    The look so cute and yummy at the same time!!!! Is that possible?

  • KerrieUssery

    KerrieUssery said 6 years ago

    I actually got to MEET the woman behind the adorable cake pops! She did a book signing this week at Williams-Sonoma! I am giving away a signed copy of her book on my blog if anyone is interested :) Thanks!

  • HandPaintedPetals

    HandPaintedPetals said 6 years ago

    WOW! These cake balls are so impressive! I'm glad someone has the patience to do this, and do it so well -- congrats, Bakerella and congrats on your book!

  • dabbledesigns

    dabbledesigns said 6 years ago

    mmmmmm cake balls!

  • lcsharpe1

    lcsharpe1 said 6 years ago

    Can these be frozen ahead?

  • BrownBagBakery

    BrownBagBakery said 6 years ago

    thank you so much for adding my cake balls to your article!! i love the book!!!

  • kadydesigns

    kadydesigns said 6 years ago

    So cute and a different twist on cake, can't wait to try and make these. Thanks for sharing!

  • frenchtoastfriday

    frenchtoastfriday said 6 years ago


  • stanChiq

    stanChiq said 6 years ago

    Looks so yummy!!! I am trying this tomorrow for dessert after dinner!!!!

  • Gigitales

    Gigitales said 6 years ago

    Love this! cupcakes are my favorite, and these look so yummy! Thanks fo sharing!

  • paintedpreppy

    paintedpreppy said 6 years ago

    This all looks so yummy, and the filigree cake pops are stunning!

  • sophiekn

    sophiekn said 6 years ago

    love it

  • aromaticbodyoils

    aromaticbodyoils said 6 years ago

    Forget wedding favors, I am making these just for us!

  • bohoikim

    bohoikim said 6 years ago

    Thanks for sharing, my mother in law will go crazy over these, she loves to bake and create!!!

  • elisabettacavagnino

    elisabettacavagnino said 6 years ago

    fantastic!!! it's so cute!!!!

  • BriarRoseCraftyThing

    BriarRoseCraftyThing said 6 years ago

    Oooo this is going to be so much fun! Thank you, these are a great idea!

  • jensstudio

    jensstudio said 6 years ago

    wow thanks for sharing - we are always looking for fun, funky and functional gifts for people - this really hits the spot! Well done.

  • JulietLove

    JulietLove said 6 years ago

    Perfect wedding gifts for the guests!!

  • belindasooakbabies

    belindasooakbabies said 6 years ago

    These are just Beautiful!!!!!

  • Hanner123

    Hanner123 said 6 years ago

    WOW! they look amazing! Can't wait to make my own!

  • jalin1985

    jalin1985 said 6 years ago

    Thanks for sharing!

  • ForTheEarth

    ForTheEarth said 6 years ago

    they look A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.!!! i love them!!

  • dabbledesigns

    dabbledesigns said 6 years ago

    Can't wait to try this recipe. So very cute!! Thanks for sharing :)

  • NatalieBriggs

    NatalieBriggs said 6 years ago

    Sooooo cute, yum yum

  • justanns

    justanns said 6 years ago

    These are sooo fun to make, I have made them before!! They were a real hit!!

  • YvetteScholtz

    YvetteScholtz said 6 years ago


  • bvelazco

    bvelazco said 6 years ago

    super cute!

  • rebecca1687

    rebecca1687 said 6 years ago

    thanks for sharing! your instructions are so easy to follow! i've made these for several occasions and they were always a big hit!

  • ansharp

    ansharp said 6 years ago

    I can't find black heart sprinkles anywhere! Any advice for where to get them?

  • carriehoover

    carriehoover said 6 years ago

    I am planning to make these for my son's wedding which is 3 weeks from now. Can I freeze them ahead of time? I can't find the black heart sprinkles either and wanted to know where I can find them. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

  • mmeghanely

    mmeghanely said 6 years ago

    Love these cake pops! They are the perfect departure from cupcakes for a gorgeous dessert table.

  • ariacandles

    ariacandles said 5 years ago

    What a great idea! Something so simple but so creative that makes a big statement. regards Wedding Candles

  • ariacandles

    ariacandles said 5 years ago

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