The bit that said "process may be time consuming (be patient)" turned me off.They are cute though.Now I want to go and make hot cross buns (ironically also time consuming but I think less fiddly than these...)
I've never understood cake pops. Waste of time. Cook a cake and be done with it. But maybe that's 'cause I've never tasted one.
Deb! It's not about the taste! It's about the cool little things you can make! Look at the chickens!
What's a cake pop?
Must we, peoples, must we decorate EVERYTHING now? Seriously. Yes, we do not want our homes, dogs, food and laundries looking like they came to us backwards through a barbed-wire fence (as my dear mother would say) but they do not need to be crafted at every turn. Stop already with the diy! Leave the laundry shelves in peace. Put down your glue gun. Throw out that bottle lid without considering what cute use it might be put to if only you worked it into a free-hand crochet tablecloth. You don't need to find a perfect slogan to stencil on the lid of your washing machine that matches the laundry curtains. Just stop!!! Sorry. Must have a cup of tea. In a plain mug.
Love it Deb!
Deb, I think you need to start a blog...
Cake pops are a brilliant way to save a ruined cake - slightly undercooked, need to cut a burnt chuck off ... Crumb it and turn it into a cake pop - noone knows it's actually all about covering up a mistake. Otherwise, I'm with Deb.
My mother in law made some of these last year and they were excellent - such a great idea.