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Woodland Fairytale spin on Cake Pops.Clovis Wedding Photographer

Ya know those cute cake pops from Starbucks? Well, a couple of years ago my friend introduced me to cake balls, or as we called them “baby cakes“. They are this yummy goodness rolled up into a tiny little ball full of flavor. So delicious, and so sweet. And they are exactly like the cake pops, but with a stick, and since they are such a craze right now, I wanted to try and make them myself.

I also gathered my ideas from Family Circle magazine. They had the cutest ideas to decorate a woodland fairytale birthday party. One of the ideas was red frosted cupcakes with white candies on top to look like a little mushroom. And since I wanted to make cake pops, and loved the woodland idea, I decided to mesh them together.

Cake Pops are good for:
bridal/wedding showers
family and friends with sweet tooth
baby showers
kids Easter party
Sunday School
birthday parties

Here is the recipe I followed.


Purchased lollipop sticks at Hobby Lobby (Michael’s or other craft store)
Purchased chocolate colored wafers (red-no food coloring necessary) at Hobby Lobby (Michael’s or other craft store)

sarah - This is so cute and awesome!

Amy - Wow these are so cute and creative

angie - These are way cute! I may have to make some for the teachers at school for the end of the year…You know…Yeah the kids are gone & we get cake! :)

Adan - You are sooo my sister! Ha

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