Explore Christmas Foods, Christmas Cakes, and more!

Tangled Balls of Lights as seen in Family Fun Magazine - The magazine used doughnut holes, but I'm thinking cake pops. To decorate: Melt 1/2 cup of green candy melts (per 6 pops).  Use piping bag (or ziploc bag with snipped corner) to drizzle onto doughnut hole/cake pop, covering completely.  Press chocolate-covered sunflower seeds into the pop, pointy end up.  Let everything set and then remove stick to serve (if desired).

tangled christmas lights cake pops - probably ridiculously time consuming, but cute nonetheless!

Christmas cakepops

Bakerella has managed yet again to impress with her Snowman Cake Pops. The cake pops are a frosty fun treat to serve up at your holiday party with their smiling faces and sunflower "carrot" noses. The Snowman Cake Pops are a part of The Betty 10

Frosty cake pops

If you love cake then you will love cake pops like these Frosty The Snowman cakes. They make for a fun, sweet treat for parties and kids.

snowmen in tuques

Bakerella's Snowman Cake Pops

Red Hot Holiday Trends - Betty’s friend Bakerella created these jolly snowmen (with two eyes made out of sprinkles, not coal) that are almost too cute to eat. Chloe, you can make these with your new cake pop kit!


Butterfly Cake Pops soooo pretty - could trace butterflies on wax paper and then transfer.

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Mermaid Under the Sea Birthday Party Ideas

This Under the Sea party features a fabulous balloon wall backdrop, a mermaid mural, clever sea shell cookies, and octopus & crab cake pops!

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