Packaged Cake Pops for the NYC Food Blogger Bake Sale

Last week’s NYC Food Blogger Bake Sale was a hit! Thanks to the hard work of organizers Ken (Hungry Rabbit) and Lillian (Sweets by Sillianah) and an awesome team of volunteers, we surpassed our $2000 goal and raised over $3500 and STILL counting for the Share Our Strength/No Kids Hungry Campaign.

Here are the cake pops I made for the event and how I packaged them!

Caramel Cake Pops

These cake pops were dipped in white chocolate and topped with caramel colored sprinkles to show what was on the inside!
For the packaging, I wrapped the pops with cellophane candy bags and tied them with white twine bows.
Caramel web Packaged Cake Pops for the NYC Food Blogger Bake Sale

Vanilla Cake Pops

Simple, blue, and yummy! To make the stand, Mr. Cakeb0t used decorative paisley duct tape on cake dummies to make the stands. We got this idea when we visited Cake Lush! I like that the pattern looked seamless! Anthony also added a nice card holder on the front of the stand.
Vanilla web Packaged Cake Pops for the NYC Food Blogger Bake Sale

More ways you can help end childhood hunger

Check out Ken’s post for some great photos and a recap of the event! I’m glad to have baked for such a great cause even though I couldn’t be there. If you want to help, you still can:

  • Take the No Kid Hungry pledge. This is the easiest way to help, and it takes no time at all!
  • Donate online and make a change!

5 responses to “Packaged Cake Pops for the NYC Food Blogger Bake Sale”

  1. Your cake pop stands were genius! Cake dummies are a much better idea than those floral styrofoam blocks I use – they make such a mess. And decorative duct tape – that’s what it should be used for… I never knew. ;P

    Thanks again for your contribution and support, hope to meet you one of these days!

  2. Hi,
    I am a novice “cake decorator” I am obsessed with the 3d corset cake. I have tryed 3 times to make the cake. I attach the breasts (made of cake) sepatate and they detach. I’m thinking of using a bundt pan ? Any suggestions would be very helpful. Also on carving the hour glass shape. Thanks.

    Kim

  3. I love you YouTube videos. Please make more. I am trying your blue cake pops next for a bday at work.

  4. Can you please make more of your cakes.
    Maybe like red velvet cupcake,rainbow cupcakes or even cookies.

  5. I want make pop cake but I don’t know how much I put cream with the cake ?

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