I’ve been spending a lot of time on Instagram! Here’s a tip I recently shared: Ever have a pesky bubble after dipping a cake pop? Just pop it with with a toothpick while it’s still wet, and tap the stick on your finger until the hole seals itself up!
Taste-Makers: Our favorite Cake Pops
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… [read more]
I’m joining a team of NYC food bloggers in the Great American Bake Sale! We are working to end childhood hunger in America. I will be donating some delicious (and CUTE) cake pops! The proceeds from the bake sale will benefit Share Our Strength, the national nonprofit organization working to end childhood hunger by 2015…
I absolutely love decorating cake pops with this wet on wet decorating technique I call the stripe and swirl. Learning this skill is so rewarding, and so fun to do! This unique method is one of many techniques in our new ebook How To Make Cake Pops by Cakeb0t! Curious about we made the rainbow cake?… [read more]
Super easy, and super cute speckled egg cake pops! Add a little speckle to to add flavor and beauty to any of your cakes with this easy technique!
Look at what we got in our email! Anneke of Taartjes van An in the Netherlands sent us a picture of these beautiful, wintery cake pops. She used a buttercream piping technique from our eBook, How To Make Cake Pops, and added her own special touches. “I wanted a more ‘snowy/ice’ effect. I also added some gold discodust.” Anneke, they are… [read more]