Stilettos and Diapers: Easter Egg Cake Pops!

4.21.2011

Easter Egg Cake Pops!

You still have time to make these adorable treats for Easter!
I am completely in love with Bakerella's cake pops. Go check her out and get inspired!
They are actually pretty easy. Bake 1 box of cake in a 9x13. (I went with funfetti, because seriously, how cute is it?)
When it cools, crumble it up in a big bowl.
Mix in almost 1 container of frosting.
Then it will be nice and gooey.
Shape into eggs and chill, chill, chill.
I used the little candy melts in different colors from Michaels. I melted them in the micro in a tall glass and dipped the eggs on a stick in. (Tip: only take a few out of the fridge at a time. When they soften, they tend to slide down the stick.) The quickly put on your sprinkles because it dries fast! Push the sticks into Styrofoam to let them cool completely and refrigerate until set.
If they don't get eaten before they cool...
And your house is full of springy goodness!
These suckers are seriously good. I served them at our neighborhood Easter egg hunt and they were a huge hit!

24 comments:

  1. I made cake pops last night as a trial run for my baby shower! They are delicious! I love the Easter Egg idea, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Oh my goodness I wish I wasn't a gimp and unable to drive right now because I would SO get the stuff to try to make these! Look adorable AND delish.

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  3. Mmmmmm....yummy! I'm supposed to bring chocolate cupcakes on Easter, but these sounds like way more fun! Thanks for sharing the idea!

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  4. That is so cute! I love creative and easy it is!!!! I could see me messing this up somehow! :)

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  5. Adorable!! I've never tried to make them before. Seems so simple!

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  6. OMG I wish I lived on your block!!! I think I'm going to try these. However I'm going to throw out half of the mixed batter because if I make them all I'll eat them all -no kids to pass them off to :(

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  7. I love making cake pops! These are super cute! Made cake pops for a bridal shower, and when the guests heard there were cake pops they all made a stampede into the kitchen to get some. :)

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  8. Those are so cute! I think I might have to make some for our Easter dinner.

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  9. Super cute Molly!! I made strawberry cake with rainbow chip frosting for my birthday last week (yeah awesome) and it was so good. My favorite cake flavor!

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  10. Ohh Yummy! I haven't had much luck making the cake pops, but you are making me want to try again!

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  11. look SOOOO good! Will have to try them out!!!!

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  12. So cute and the look delicous. I love Funfetti!

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  13. Cute! My cake balls looked like cake blobs....one day I will try again!

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  14. Cute idea! I wanna make them for our Easter party but need to know if they need to stay refridgerater before I serve em and also the left overs?

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  15. How'd you have time to make those adorable cake pops with all the Toy Story preparations going on? You must be WAY more organized than me :)

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  16. I have never made cake pops but they sure do look yummy! I should give these a try.

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  17. They are so cute Molly!! I bet they were the hit of the neighborhood party!!

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  18. I WANT to try to make these! They look fairly simple, but I'll somehow probably manage to screw them up, ha!

    Coop's party looked GREAT! You did a wonderful job!

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  19. My cake pops NEVER look good! You amaze me!

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