Here's to WONDERing what next year will bring...Happy New Year to all!
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010
OK, It's been a bit of a factory over here lately cranking out these cake pops for a craft show (my very first!) tomorrow. I've made over 300 pops and have my fingers crossed that all my hard work will not be in vain! haha. Lil Cutie Pops...are breaking out!
Polar bear cake pops in their hats...
oh no! melted snowmen cake pops!!
These little penguin cake pops are dizzy from all the excitement!
Little Christmas Tree Cake Pops...
Wish me luck tomorrow!!! More pics soon!!
Labels: "cake pops" lil cutie pops christmas tree cake pops, penguin cake pops, polar bear cake pops
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
OK, I know...I really can't stop. These are just too freakin' cute!! I think I found my favorite for the year. Hehehe. Lil Cutie Pop Penguin Cake Pops. They make a GREAT gift, 6 pops, individually wrapped in a gift box....perfecto! Great for your coworkers, family, friends, give em that Lil' something extra this year with Lil Cutie Pops. Email me for prices email@example.com and don't forget to find us on facebook!! Lil Cutie Pops!! Yay!!
Friday, November 26, 2010
Ok, I LOVE the Peanuts Characters and now that Christmas is around the corner, what better way to celebrate than Charlie Brown and Snoopy in a Cake pop?? Peanuts Christmas by, Lil Cutie Pops. Find me on facebook and get your holiday orders in soon!!
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Bakerella (Angie Dudley) is just about the sweetest, most delectable thing you could ever hope to meet and be inspired by. Bakerella's the one who made cakepops famous really, she made them cuter and cuter. I've been featured in her Pop Star album twice already, and she told me my Star Wars Pops will be up there soon too...making me a 3 time Pop Star Champion. I know, I can't stop jumping either;) And now there are cake poppers all over the world making these delectably cute treats. And some of us, like yours truly, are able to start a business selling these lil guys.
Yes, I'm the dork smiling from ear to ear. It was BAKERELLA people!! :)
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Here are this years turkey cake pops.... I'm so excited! When you search google images for turkey cake pops my turkeys from last year show up on page one! :) yay turkeys!! Be sure to find me and "like me" on facebook!!! :) http://www.facebook.com/LilCutiePops
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....I can't tell you how happy I am with the way these turned out! I got a little bit of everyone, although my favorite is the way Han Solo and Wicket turned out. Star Wars Cake Pops! Check me out on facebook!! http://www.facebook.com/LilCutiePops
Star Wars Cake Pops
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Here are some lil cutie pops that I made this weekend for my friend Tara and her hubby Kevin.
These would be great for tailgating at a game, or in the comfort of your home with friends over watching the game! Thanks Bakerella for another sweet idea!
Yum Yum Yum
Thursday, September 9, 2010
I don't know about you, but Labor Day weekend was by far the best weekend of the summer! Had so much fun with everyone! And you KNOW I couldn't go away for the weekend without bringing some cutie pops, so what's better to end the summer with mini coned cakes?
I found these mini cones and popped a cake ball on top after I dipped it in some melted candy melts. This was great because the messier they got, the more they looked like real ice cream.
Also, the Styrofoam didn't really work holding them, so I just used old egg crates that I cut holes out of with an Exacto knife. Worked pretty good!
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Recently had a big family party up at Karen and Bill's like we have every year during the summer, and I wanted to bring something a little more upbeat than what I usually make. So I thought it was time to introduce my extended family to Cake Pops. :) And I have recently encountered quite a few lady bugs and thought summer bugs was the way to go! I'm going to break down again how to make them since a lot of people have been asking lately. Enjoy!
First you're gonna need to bake a cake. Just any regular box of cake will do, my personal favorite is Red Velvet....let sit on a rack till they are nice and cool...
Then crumble it up into a bowl...
Then add some frosting, about 3/4 of a can of cream cheese frosting to be exact...
Then mix it up with your hands to combine it. Once you've mixed it with the frosting, you are able to create shapes for cake pops.
Hand shape the cake "dough" into your desired shapes and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Once the tray is complete, pop in the freezer for about ten minutes so the shapes can firm up.
Melt a few candy melts down in the microwave and have your Popsicle sticks ready. I like to use the 6 inch sticks.
Take your trays out of the freezer and dip the stick into the melted candy melts, and push into the cake pop. I like to pop them back in the freezer to make sure the sticks will adhere to the cake pop.
Ahh...now the fun part. Decorating!
Melted some yellow candy melts down, and dipped my cake pop into it...be sure to tap off the excess..
As the yellow candy melts are JUST beginning to dry, I popped in two white candy melts on either side for wings...
I had "made" some eye balls by drawing little gel dots on white candies..
I popped the eyes on (you can attach with a little melted candy melt on the back of the eyes as glue) and once the yellow melts were dry I drew black circles around and a little smiley face with my candy writers and gel pens.
waiting for his friends to be finished!
I almost forgot! I dipped a long black sprinkle into melted candy melts for their stingers!
Just a few more smiles to add on...
But the bumble bees needed more friends I thought...
Red Lady Bug Friends!
I added 3/4" eye sprinkles after I dipped the dry red candy coated pops into black chocolate and added little left over Halloween "bones" as the antennae.
Awe, they look so cute looking for their spots!
They found them! I drew the spots on with a black candy writer..those things are a godsend.
Awe. Let's see..how to display them...
I used an old Terra Cotta pot, that I cut down some Styrofoam to fit into (thanks mom!) and added some green moss I bought at the craft store. Voila!
Added a few more..
Looks like a party to me!
They look so cute and happy all together!
They were a big hit!