all my chicks in a row
On Sunday, I headed down to Monterey to surprise my Dad on his birthday and stayed for an extra day — just because I had the luxury to do so. On Monday, I decided to gather up some materials for some good old fashioned crafttime with Mom, and we decided to try our hands at making some of the infamous Bakerella cake pops.
Armed with lemon cake mix, creamcheese frosting and yellow melting chocolate, we rolled and squished and dipped ourselves silly and ended up with these lovely little chicks in the end! Instead of a deep dip in the chocolate, I opted for a swirling method, so each of our chicks have a unique hairstyle to claim. In the end, they turned out super-de-duper cute and I hear that they’re a hit at my mom’s office.
If you like to make meatballs, these cake pops are easy as pie to create on your own! It’s more just the messy factor that gets in the way of all of it. :)
eeee! those are so cute!
aw, so cute! how did you make the beaks?
E @ Oh!Apostrophe
Ohmahgosh SO CUTE! I tried the regular cake pops but haven’t ventured into the fancy ones yet… I was thinking of trying these for our family Easter celebration… yours look so awesome! Can I ask where you found the special sprinkles that she recommends (yours look exactly like the original!)… Michael’s?
OMG! Those turned out SO adorable! They look like they’re made from a machine they’re almost so perfect – but the diff hairstyles, we’ll that’s just cute!
So so cute! I’m not sure I’d be able to eat them, they’re to cute.
OMG I can’t stand it – they are so cute. I think I am going to try my hand at the bunny pops to go in my nieces’ Easter baskets.
wow, these look great! so super cute!
Adorable. I love the cake pops from Bakerella – cute and delicious!