I hate Cake Pops!!

Well, I don’t hate them. But I’m totally done with making them now. I’ve made about 400 cake pops over the last few months for 2 shows that my sister and I did in Pennsylvania. I also made tons of Cracker Toffee, Marshmallow pops, and  Caramels (a family recipe which was handed down from my mother’s Aunt Emma).


I made these little snowmen Cake Pops like the Chick Pops I made for Easter. I made 100 of these.


We made these Angel Marshmallow Pops, too. They don’t have a face just a paper doily attached to the cellophane bag but the tag says it all.


We made hundreds of Chocolate Cake Pops covered with chocolate melts and sprinkled with crushed candy canes among other types of sprinkles also. They were delicious when I first start.ed making them but after a while I wasn’t even interested in tasting them. Well, that’s a good thing really..


Happy Christmas Season, everyone! Less than a week to go. I’m trying to savor every moment of this beautiful time of year! Linda

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I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

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