Let Them Eat Cake… Pops!

Remember the scene in the movie Patch Adams where the sweet old lady confesses that her life-long fantasy would be to wade in an entire swimming pool full of noodles? Well, my version of that fantasy involves cake frosting. It’s my one vice. I can take or leave cookies, candy, even chocolate….. but cake frosting? Not on your life. And what’s up with the people who eat just the cake and abandon their frosting. Are you mad?! If you see me clearing the dishes at the next birthday party or shower, chances are I’m actually plundering all of your plates of left over frosting. Don’t judge me. You can have your fantasies and I can have mine.

Like I said, I am making preparations for a very special birthday coming up. No, not my own. The only thing I care to do for my thirty-first {ugh 31….. so unsexy} is watch Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. {Well, that and eat cake frosting}. I know… I know… isn’t it time I acted like a grown up? No, my sweet Amelia is turning 1 on August 5th and I am planning a tea brunch for the ladies! First things first of course…. the cake!

I’ve been seeing these cute little treats everywhere lately and now thanks to Bakerella, I can make them myself.

Check out these tea pot cake pops. How perfect is this!

{image via  Cake Cre8 by Debbi-lee}

And for the dad and the older brother …

  Angry Birds Cake Pops by The Girl Who Ate Everything

I can’t wait to make my cake pop bouquets. Wish me luck!



  1. Jade said,

    June 29, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    ok now I just may have to make the trip:) however you’d be clearing my plate… cause yep.. I abandon the frosting! unless of course it’s cream cheese!!!!!!! Those are all adorable, especially the teapots.

  2. Dara Docusen said,

    June 29, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    I love the owls and robots, but they’re all cute. I am not an icing person. There are a few select kinds that I like but overall I’m not a fan. I’d rather just have the cake.

  3. Lauren Mowrer said,

    June 29, 2011 at 11:35 pm

    I love these! I made them in February and had icing and cake everywhere; my kitchen and body were covered in icing and cake, and I only had 3 pops to show for it. They are much harder than you think. However, I learned some helpful tricks that I will be glad to share for the next time I see you! Good luck!!!

  4. Sarah said,

    June 30, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    I made gluten-free red velvet cake balls for our Kentucky Derby party in May….they were surprisingly easy & had a HUGE WOW factor! Can’t wait to hear how they turn out!

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