Whenever there is a fair at one of the dude’s schools I make cakepops for them to sell, reason I do this is because there are always plenty of ladies making cupcakes and there’s always an overload of those.
These are a few of my SOLDOUTIN5MINUTES cakepops that I donated
When boys get to the teenager age, there comes a time when kiddie parties are no longer appreciated. Good thing I can still go all out on the big grown up party …. Dude #1 loves the Simpsons so that was his theme for his 12th birthday bash.
We served cakepops brownies, oreo’s, choc chip cookies, brownies, mini donuts, M&M’s, hamburger candy, red licorice.
As you can see the top cake (I alway smake 2 layers) was donutshaped and that posed for some decorating challenges with the marzipan. But I rocked the bottom layer though !
I treated my colleagues to some mini cakepops at a meeting, they loved them, I call them my onebite version cakepops.
Did you know you can freeze cakepops ? Before dipping them in candymelts that is.
The good thing about the freezing part is that whenever you have a get together with friends and want to bring something you can; thaw, dip and treat your hosts to some yummy cakepops.
Dude #2 turned 9 and he loves the angry birds game so that was the theme for this birthday party.
Besides a birthday cake, pig cakepops, licourice and matching M&M’s we served savoury foods as he loves tomatoes, mini salami’s and cucumber.
Dude #1 turned 11 and celebrated this with a true hollywood movie party.
I loved this theme and it shows in the decorations, some theme’s are so easy to pull off !
I’ve made several kinds of cakepops for christmas this year, the boys wanted to take some to the school christmas dinner and we had some on christmas day. The cupcake pops were my first attempt ever and can you believe they were harder to make than the trees and the reindeers ?