Do you always have a battle over who gets the turkey legs?
The battle stops here, when everyone gets their very own turkey leg cake pop. Brenda over at Sweetsimplestuff has created these cute cake pops that look like turkey …
Wow! This lollipop takes the cake. Wonderfully clever and detailed, these Jolly Rancher Lollipops are a delight to look at and I am sure fun to make.
And if the kids get to help, they will love mixing and creating …
Have Your Fun & Eat It Too!
Cake It Easy, No-Bake Cake Pops Kit is a deliciously fun edible arts & craft activity with a sweet twist….. no baking is required! Create and decorate your own instant chocolate cake pops …
Yes we just did a Breaking Bad cake. And that has caused the flood gates to open right up!
Here we have, via 1 Fine Cookie, Breaking Bad lollipops, rings and anything else you might want to make with …
Using Werther’s Original, Karen from Sugartown Sweets has made these cute and easy melted caramel pops.
Even better, these contain jelly belly beans!
Go get the recipe for these homemade lollipops here.
With gorgeous step by step photographs, it is easy to get distracted (and start drooling) with this recipe for homemade cinnamon marshmallow pops. But persevere and create this recipe and your kids are sure to get excited (before and after …
The Minion craze doesn’t seem to be going away. Which is a good thing if you like them. Or have kids.
Here is a simple way to make these cake pops at bakeabooing.blogspot.com: Minion Cake Pops.…
These delicious Orange Push-Up Pop’s take me back to my childhood when I got them from the Ice Cream Truck…. SO YUMMY!
I agree. These do look yum – in spite of the fact that they are not …
Jill has been featured here before and she continues to amaze (with the help of her three little boys).
this time, her team of chefs have come together to create these adorable minion inspired banana yogurt pops. We think they …
Store-bought ice cream sandwiches, sprinkles, sticks, and mini? This needs be filed under “the best, easiest, most appropriate 4th of July treat ever.” Make them HERE at Endlessly Inspired.…
I’m picturing the jillions of kids who would adore these. Cereal treats on the inside, swirly candy coating on the outside. And the stick. July 4 perfection. Make patriotic pops HERE at Hungry Happenings.…
Over at my other blog, I’m dredging up the past. My past. Wherein, I find stuff I forgot about from past years of blogging. Like these un-macaron, macaron-like cookie pops. Find them HERE.…
Wow. Want to look like a super cool and crazy impressive candy maker? Make these photo lollipops. All by yourself. I’m pinning these to my “Must try” board, for sure. Find the instructions to make your own photo lollipops HERE …
Candy-making is a tricky thing. It involves a thermometer, which suggests precision is necessary. Not “suggests,” precision IS necessary. I’m not precise. So I very much appreciate shortcut candymaking. All of these lollipops need no thermometer to make, leave no …
Geez, I haven’t had a banana split in years. It seems so much more convenient to eat them on a stick in cake pop form, don’t you agree? Find the recipe and how-tos to make strawberry banana cake pops HERE …