Back from nowhere and a "cheater" cake pop.

So life gets busy huh? After the holidays my attention was quickly diverted to something most important. The shared birthday of my two sweet girls. They are now one and four. Tear. I had planned so much to make for their rainbow-candy themed party, and a cake pop was one of them. I quickly ran out of time and thought of a cheater cake pop, or "semi-homemade". They turned out fantastic and tasty too. And the best part was that it took all of 15 minutes.It is too good not to share and SO EASY. Ready?

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 Directions: Melt the candy melts in the microwave according to the package directions. While this is happening, unwrap the cakesters and put on a candy stick. Dip in the melted candy. Next sprinkle or dip in desired topping. This is were you can change them around. Want to make Valentine's day cake pops? Sprinkle them with tiny heart sprinkles. Wrap them in treat bags, tie with pink and red ribbons, and give them to your favorite little sweetie.


xoxo,
d

And if you have been wondering what we have been up to, here is a quick peek:


Celebrating.
 

laughing.


tasting cake.

birthday fun.


little Rapunzel meets big Rapunzel.

4 comments:

Torrie said...

Welcome back!! Yes, life does get busy... and sometimes it's necessary to take a step back and Live it!

...especially when parties to plan, and adorable treats to make! =)

christi said...

welcome back!! cheater cake pops i think not ... it's making it work for your life! great idea!

I'm Danielle said...

Thanks ladies, it's good to be back!

Danielle (elleinadspir) said...

Great idea! Love cake pops, but sometimes there just isn't time. This is a great idea! I also love to dip giant marshmallows in candy melts and sprinkles.

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