These are so, so, so adorable! aaaahhhhhhh! and Congratulations on the Cupcake Challange win. OMG! tks for sharing. Wish we were closer so we could come!! Visit our Momma Told Me link up at http://theevolutionofmom.com/momma-told-me-link-party-5/. It will be a fun baking/decorating project to tackle with the kids when we have an inevitable snow day this winter. At least the black ones anyway. These would be perfect for a kid’s birthday party! You definitely won’t need all the frosting. Another ingeniuos creation. springhill chef – it’s a hobby right now. :). P.S. ], How to Make Your Own Beautiful Weathered Wood Ceiling. I love the little Lifesaver collars. Trace the shape with a candy writer or either use a squeeze bottle filled with melted candy coating. For cake pops, dip one end of each cake pop stick (lollipop sticks work just fine) into melted candy coating or chocolate and poke cake pop sticks into balls (this helps the balls stay on the sticks). I know!! UPDATE: Winner had been n, The kids room is looking a whole lot cozier for wi, Have you taken care of yourself lately? $40 DIY Wood Desktop [& Matching Floating Shelves], Modern Christmas Decorations [Whole Home Tour! You are so creative and imaginative. Pinning is always welcome and appreciated! These Cake Pups are AMAZING! Here’s one that I dipped first in dark chocolate, than in white chocolate on one edge, then in light chocolate on the other side. These can even be made the night before. Also, I may have to go camera shopping:). jenny – star wars – how about yoda cakes or storm troopers. These are so cute! For cake balls– When making cake balls all you really need is a baked cake made with cake mix, frosting, and candy melts to coat the outside of the balls.You can shape the cake balls with your hands or use a meatballer to get the perfect shape and size each time.. For cake pops– you will need the same ingredients here but you need to add cake pop … These can be placed in a … Fantastic!! You are genius! Ana and Savannah (Warrior Princess!) They are AMAZING, right down to the photo. ;). You are truly one of the most creative people I’ve ever “met” (even though we’ve not actually met, I feel like I know you!)!!! i love ur blog very much ! This is me, http://theevolutionofmom.com/momma-told-me-link-party-5/, How to use a Paint Sprayer [& paint a room in 30 minutes! I made pops once and had trouble keeping them from sliding down the stick. lol. I’m so happy about them :) they were the perfect addition! these are great!! The post How to Make Homemade Cake Pops appeared first on Taste of Home. I could die from the cuteness! who would buy it! Pleeeeeeeeease! these are the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! Definitely pinning this. Most of the kids were under the age of three, lol. SO creative! Anonymous – thanks for the vote of confidence. You could probably get two ears out of one tootsie roll. Mini cupcakes And I’m jealous of that fridge. The mixture is then formed into a cake-like structure. To make this cake, put your dog’s kibble of choice into the food processor along with pumpkin puree, and peanut butter. I love this pop dogs idea, I will definetly try them for my girl Star Week at the prek, I know the kids will love them. Pour the peanut butter candy coating over each "hot dog." Any idea how Funfetti cake tastes with the cream cheese frosting? Draw the eyes and mouth using the edible ink pen. Those are soooo cute! Too Cute! Hold each for a few seconds until set. Unfortunately I just threw a puppy birthday party on the 5th for my step daughter. Sue Sparks – no problem. All free printables, templates, and build plans offered are for personal use only. I don’t know what else to say about these that hasn’t already been said! :O3, I am making these for my little boys 2nd birthday party. Use glue method to attach the ears and candies for the collars. Be careful with them, though. Chocolate Melts (white, light chocolate, and dark chocolate) We had puppies of all shapes and sizes at the puppy party! sweetie, this is so great, i love it :D :D i am not a cooker but i enjoy so muc looking at the creative sweets you come up with in your blog :D thanks for sharing your creativity :D. Stacy – you can stick them into a styrofoam block. Just when I thought your cake pops couldn’t get any cuter…. I can’t wait to see what you have in store for Halloween! gis – glad you like everything. Vanilla Cake Pops. Just Too Cute! The dogs are so cute and I must agree they are perfectly round! Thanks for sharing; you are truly an artist! These frosted fawns with sweet little fac, Taste-testing for Santa with these yummy cookies I, Sprinkles for days!!! pea & pear – I'm glad you stumbled in, too! !Continued inspired ideas!! Preheat oven to 350°F. Your email address will not be published. OMG!!! wat a cute thing ^^ it;s a art !! https://www.surfandsunshine.com/bullseye-target-dog-cake-pops-recipe I made your cupcake pops for work and my babyshower themed pops are on my blog. I adore these! Learn how to make cake pops that are easy and delicious for any occasion. I am always amazed by the beautiful creations that you come up with! We our renovating our outdated house one room at a time and making it into a modern home we love. Tootsie rolls softened in the micro work great for puppy ears. these are too cute! These puppy cake pops are adorable! Customer service is a top priority that we take very seriously. Giveaway closed. I’ve got a tip though that would make these dogs easier to make. Those are the ones I know work for sure. So cute! Let those set. Those puppies are so incredibly cute!!! Not only for kids, I know many adults who will bark with excitement for these! Puppy Dog Cake Pops: these doggie cake pops are adorable. if this is just your hobby, you should reconsider :) you rock girl!!! I just want you to know that not only did I order gourmet writting pens, I have been searching far and wide for the old Mr. I used the kroger bark when I did mine and had a horrible time getting it to look so good! After 35 minutes, insert a knife in the center of the cake. Thanks for sharing! I’ve done it on cupcakes before. Oh my goodness…you are my hero!Can you please please pretty please do us all a big favor and post your Halloween ideas early on, so us losers have time to ape your greatness by the time Halloween rolls around? UPDATE: Congrats to our w, ✨ GIVEAWAY ✨ Crumble the cake up and then add in the frosting a little at a time until the cake can hold it’s shape once formed into a tight ball. You amaze me with this “cake pop” talent of yours! Oh my gosh!! ;-) You're awesome. If your dog is a little more sensitive (or maybe on a diet), skip the cream cheese and use a … JJ. You can bake all day…and have your dinner cooking at the same time ! I tackled my first ever cake pops earlier this year, and I knew right away that I wanted to jump in and try some cake “pups” for this birthday! Feel free to use one photo provided that a link back to my original post is included. These are so cute!! To made the puppy pops I had to shave off the excess from the bottoms, but it still wasn’t rounded. Great job! What a great idea. so cute, thanks for sharing. I was really inspired by your recipe for these “pops” so I made these for a four year olds birthday party:http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3112/2858664044_aff4b34230.jpg. Congrats to our, Take a look at our newest DIY project! These are just adorable. I find this recipe to be delicious! I just think you are absolutely brilliant!!!!! Draw an elongated tear drop shape on the back of a plastic spoon with a Sharpie. Similar to the Birthday Cake Pop sold at Starbucks, these classic vanilla cake pops are easy to make and are perfect for gatherings like birthdays, baby showers, and even Weddings! You have outdone yourself this time! It’s already been said, but you are so talented and creative, and thank you for sharing all of your creations with us! You have inspired me to bake again and to start a blog!! lol. !Try the BBQ Pork Sandwiches (crock pot!) Use Skewers/Lolli Sticks to Make Dough Shapes into Cake Pops - Grab a stick and dip it about 1/4 inch into the melted chocolate. Keep up the ideas…. Also, twirl it as you go, so one side doesn’t get heavier than the other. Thanks,Marsha(www.cutestuffinside.blogspot.com). Okay so the dogs are just too darn cute!! 40+ Handmade Christmas Ornaments You Should Try! Have you ever made brownie pops? Stick it in the fridge. Stir in your jar (or homemade) frosting, a little at a time. We made them for my daughter’s 11th birthday, & she absolutely loved them!!! These cake pops are SO cute! Draw the eyes and mouth using the edible ink pen. They aren’t all perfect, but I think they turned out pretty great :) Allow the Puppy Pops to dry and serve. til mitt drømmehjørne – thanks Henriette from Norway! A fun and delicious treat to enjoy…, Despite the fact that I'm trying to get fit, and despite the fact that…. Supplies you need to make cake pops. Blogger Adrienne – they’d be impressive for sure. These puppies are so darn cute! We finished our LAST proj, ✨ G I V E A W A Y ✨ Cool completely. I know!!! These cake pops were a great substitute for cake, all of the adults had one (or more!) What are you going to come up with next!?! LOL I love them. The freezer made them plenty hard so they easily popped off the spoon. Use squeeze bottle or candy writer to “glue” the pieces on the pop. You could have a lot of fun with those. These puppy cake pops are adorable! I’d love to see your house!! Wow! !I’m going to make your cupcake pops this week ! These were made with chocolate cake and cream cheese frosting. I smashed tootsie rolls and shaped them in to ears – They looked cute, and I think they were a little more durable than the chocolate ones. ], Stunning DIY Mini Christmas Trees [from dollar store supplies!]. I’ve got a ton of ideas for making cake pops now – like baby pops for baby showers (Wilton makes little mini candy pacifiers you could stick in them), bride and groom ones, cat, pig, sheep, cow…you name it, I’ve started to think about it! It shouldn’t be to hard to make cats either, after your model. 2. I was surprised that the ears weren't near as hard as I'd expected. Baking times vary by oven, so if the knife doesn't come out clean, pop the cake back into the oven for five more minutes and check again. They can be dipped in chocolate, white or peanut butter candy coating for variations. You do such fun stuff! In preparation for my little friend Allie’s puppy dog themed birthday party, I wanted to make some puppy dog cake pops. Follow step by step instructions, perfect for a dog or puppy themed party. Oh, my goodness – my sister is gonna love these! She has two dogs… :). Using the white chocolate, dip the end of the sucker stick and place it into your cake balls and put them in your stand/foam block. Roll the dough into balls and place in a cake pop pan. Please do not remove any watermarks, crop, or edit any of my images without first obtaining written permission from me. any other suggestions for 22 kids (1st Graders) for Dr Seuss? Then I attached them by dipping them into my chocolate melts again and pressing them onto the puppies. After taking the cake out of the oven, be sure it is totally cool … I just made some “dino eggs” cake pops, but am now second guessing that puppies might be killer for the 4 year olds birthday on Saturday! You can leave you puppies as all one colour, or you can dip them multiple times, at different angles to get multicoloured pups. I loved them :) not too hard to make either! you are so awesome and creative. Although it takes longer than traditional cake pops, and you don’t always get perfect circles when you roll by hand! my kids will have a ball with these. Those are too cute. Thanks Corinne! Cake pops will satisfy everyone's sweet tooth. Place in the freezer for a few minutes to set. First you dip each of the individual sticks into the chocolate (I dipped 1/3 into each colour of chocolate). Thanks for all the wonderful ideas. What a cute idea. I am wondering how far in advance can you make them??? I also made a wall-e cake and it was kind of funny because they all reached for the eve-pops and ignored the cake haha. Kicking off Decembe, Looking to send something sweet this holiday or an, http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3112/2858664044_aff4b34230.jpg, http://nbholley.wordpress.com/2008/09/09/so-im-not-bakerella/. !I’ve just started blogging and you are so inspirational! Subscribe to receive new posts via email: ©2007-2020 Bakerella. Thanks Renee! You are WAY too creative! You may just knock Martha off her throne one day…. You have successfully joined our subscriber list. That is great – I guess technically you could use the same technique with cats, just make the ears different! Thank you!! but have time to work on them now…..hmmmm……….wondering………, I might try and make these for Dr Seuss Read Across America…. Hey there!Looking at you on Marthas show. Thank you! Charlavail – Awesome job. Crumble cake into a large bowl. I wonder if that would be easier no? Seriously, when are you going to do a book? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I only eat sweets. I could stare at them for a long time.. OH MY GOODNESS! My kids would be in heaven if I made these. These are so super cute. Those are just adorable. My daughter wants to have a doggie birthday party next month (she will be 4). After making many pathetic-looking dogs, I stopped using the pens altogether and made puppies with only eyes and noses made out of the mini m&m halves. Dog Cake Pops – Directions: First, melt your chocolate. I’ve been a cake decorator for 10 years now, and I never even thought of putting cake on a stick. I was on holydays last week and this has been a beautiful wellcome surprise for me. We're Lindi and Russel! I don’t have any extra space in mine. Kudos for trying them. (It only takes a few minutes). While the original recipe calls for a sugar-water based frosting, you can always swap it out with peanut butter or plain yogurt for a healthier option for your pup. To clarify–by “the ears weren’t hard,” I’m referring to difficulty, not to actual hardness. Is that done in Photoshop? How DO you get the chocolate to look so smooth? oh!!!! Girl you really got it going on with these Pups! Great techniques…like others, I started thinking of all the other animals you could make using this as the model. Once it reaches a nice consistency that will cling together when you roll it in a ball, you're there. Cake pops for your perfect pup! I love all your stuff! These are soooo cute! of these “pups” instead. These are so adorable! Cake pops are so much easier to eat than cake – no fork or plate required. You’re got my creative juices flowing – thanks! Stir frosting into cake crumbles until mixture is sticky but not too … It’s on my list. Thank you for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty :). But super cute :) Thank you for sharing these at On Display Thursday! The food writers definitely did not work. Cake pops for dogs and it looks like the stick is a rawhide chew. Time to get baking!! In a large bowl or the bowl of stand mixer, beat … Any advice? Pipe it over the cake pops to resemble mustard. Lisa – they’ll definitely keep you preoccupied. Hah!Really cool but i hate PeanutButter but I would love love love love the color on mine help? Use a candy writer to draw your nose on wax paper and allow to dry until ready to use. STOP IT! I would even love a youtube webcast once a week*fingers crossed*. Dipping!! Grease 9x13 cake pan with baking spray. How perfect! I have made the cupcake pops a few times and they have been a huge hit! You’ll find ideas for cake pops (a Bakerella creation), cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and more. Here’s what you’ll need to decorate:Cake popsChocolate candy meltsWhite candy meltsPeanut butter candy meltsCandy writers (dark brown, white)Edible ink penSharpiePlastic spoonsSqueeze BottleMini M&M’sLife Savers candies. Yes I said my dogs birthday. So cute. Shut UP! I am having so much fun searching around your blog.. so glad to have stumbled in your direction :). These are by far my favorite pops! I am really new to the whole world of blogging. Name that movie.... ✨ G I V E A W A Y ✨ Bakerella..you’ve done it yet again. Thanks for all the cute ideas! I am new to the blog (and love it) but wonder how you serve these or keep them upright?? I bet the kids went crazy over them – adults, too. You are brilliant! Thank you for being creative! We use only human grade and natural ingredients in our products because we believe that Puppy Cake is held to a higher standard. ✨ G I V E A W A Y ✨ You are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If I can find a day or 2 that I have ABSOLUTELY nothing to do, I will surely try them!!! then twirl it around a bit over the bowl, allowing the excess candy coating to drip off. I really have to bake more often. > taste.md/2GQfG3h : pankobunny I’m curious as to what the occasion was for these :) How on earth do you get them so perfectly round? For Halloween I was thinking of trying them for the first time and try and shape them like pumpkins…I will see how they turn out. To begin, you want to melt your chocolate melts according to the packages, and make sure that you have a smooth consistency that flows off of the spoon easily. They were still plenty cute. These are adorable…you are such an inspiration! Thanks for taking time to say so. Jan 15, 2014 - What a cute idea! Don’t you know you’re killing us with the cute! And does it have to be cream cheese frosting or will other frosting work?? Sprinkles! Those ARE cute.. but geeze, after all that work I wouldn’t let anyone even TOUCH one, let alone eat it *grin*. What a really cool idea for a kids birthday party. These can also be made the night before. Please check your email to confirm your subscription. C-U-T-E!!!!!! A friend and I attempted just the regular ones for the first time the other day! Yes, it took quite a bit of rearranging to make them fit. i am always so amazed every time i visit your blog…so talented.where do you get your inspiration? Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous ideas! I didn't think to order the brand that you had. You did a fantastic job. I bought one of the camera lenses you recommended, it should be here on the 10th! You are amazing! I wish I had an occasion to make them for. You can check them out here:http://nbholley.wordpress.com/2008/09/09/so-im-not-bakerella/Thanks for the inspiration! Love them! I would love to know how to get the bottoms round. You are so talented and creative. I’ve only used the black ones, but they work great. I think I’ll make these for my dogs birthday. Some mom-approved, and drool worthy ingredients make the perfect pumpkin and peanut butter cake, with a little pumpkin frosting (of course). I look forward to your blog posts! These are so darling. I love it when you share my posts and photos! And you are doing a book…right??? These can be stored in tupperware at room temperature for a few days. Stick the cake pops into a piece of styrofoam so the candy coating can harden. – I don't. I cut the Tootsie rolls even smaller for the noses. Keep it up. I’m trying to think of more ways that I can use them so I can make them again! I wonder, would tootsie rolls be too heavy for the ears? Merry Christmas friendsI hope you and your, Deer through the years. Christmas in every room! They turned out really cute and were a big hit at … :D I may still have to try it ‘just because’ sometime. Those are almost too cute to eat!!! Let the sticks set inside the cake balls. Love it! When making cake pops with left over cake you want to scrap off the frosting first and place it in a bowl. I love when you post the cake pops in different themes. Remove and pop the ears off the spoon and store in a safe place until ready to use. You are amazing!! I need them next Sat. Thank you! aterwilliger – defintiely. Sift together the flour, baking powder, and salt into a mixing bowl. Red lifesavers (optional). Grab a cup of coffee and stay a while! Your email address will not be published. Cake pops are so much easier to eat than cake – no fork or plate required. I just made my first cupcake bites. Once your cake is cooled - really cooled - crumble it up into a bowl. OMG, I can’t wait to make them!!! I bet the kids went crazy over them – adults, too. Please do not use any photos of my children without written permission. Keep the great ideas coming. And I’m sure they are just as cute. These would have been perfect for it. Amy – I’m so glad you were able to get things to work out. Not as pretty as yours but fun to make to pass the hurricane away.Lisa. You need a book! I thought about sending you an invite, but I figured you had your hands a little too full to make the trip :( Although we will see you next weekend!! Pumpkin Peanut Butter Puppy Cake. – thanks my friend! I love it! Once again…so CUTE!!! OH!!! i am at a loss for words… i just wanna hug all your puppy pops when i saw them. Gently knock off any excess candy coating by holding the cake pop over the bowl in one hand at a 45 degree angle and tapping it against your other hand. My little guys are obsessed with puppies lately..I so cant wait to make these for them. If you want to try making delicious cake pops, then I recommend you to try this one. cute cute cute cute & cute… Lovely cake pops. Pinning to my Food-E-licious board. These are AWESOME!! You are a genius and I only wish I was as talented. Allow the Puppy Pops to dry and serve. Dip the ends of the lollipop sticks in the chocolate (which is acting like glue here) and then put the stick into the cake ball, making sure to not go more than halfway through. Try holding the pop in your left hand and tapping your left wrist with your right hand. Tapping it also helps it smooth out. What a clever idea! another great creation. I leave them in the fridge for a bit to help them cool and set. Those are the cutest things I have ever seen! oh my goodness! Anonymous – maybe if you cut them in half lengthwise. You did a fantastic job. Fill the inside of the ear shape with candy coating. If it comes out clean, the cake is done. Hold each for a few seconds until set. I love how the lollipop stick wraps around the “O” in the graphic. CUTE little doggies! Once we had decided on a puppy party for our daughter’s first birthday, my mind was swimming with ideas to decorate and bake. I didn’t even need to use a sharpie to make an outline. Awesome! Queen B. Place a drop of melted candy coating on the back of pre-made nose and place on pop. You are really amazing, I am always in awe when I come here, adorable!!!! Michelle Baker – Basically, I just tap the excess off. Sounds like a rich and delicious twist! I’m sure they were thrilled!!! Now we make these cake pops into cake “pups”! Such a fun & clever project. I too want to know how you get them so round – I’ve made the cake pops, with much success, but the bottoms are a little flat – still pretty though! I thought they were really cute when I was done too! Your instructions are explained so clearly. xo. You’ll want a few different colors to choose from. Cake pop sticks Black candy decorating pen And now the fun part! Bow-WOW! How on earth do you find time to cook dinner ?If you need easy, gourmet recipes, I started a blog because I was tired of emailing the recipes to family and friends !!!! I wish I could pull things off half as good as this!! thanks for sharing the recipe too. You’ll also need black for the details. any ideas for cake pops, cakes or cupcakes with a star wars theme? The final step is to take that candy decorating pen, and draw on some eyes and mouths! You are so talented. You are awesome! You are always coming up with new creations…love them! wow !! Required fields are marked *. This site focuses on fun and easy baking. thanks for sharing come by and say hello when you get a chance!CHeers! Swipe to se. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing! Your email address will not be published. Thanks Lorelai!! Yeah, I think you’ll like the americolor ones. The gentle tapping will cause the excess to fall off and help create a smooth finish. The puppies are so cute! Working in batches, dip cake pops into melted candy coating or chocolate. Adorable!! Oh my gosh they’re adorable! Hi! And you can use any flavor cake and frosting combo you like. Very very cute! Freeze for 30 to 60 minutes more or until balls are firm. Lindivs says: January 8, 2015 at 9:54 am Most of the kids were under the age of three, lol. 9. I love how you lay out the instructions as if we’re all capable of recreating them. Melt your remaining 2 ounces of white confectionery coating then color using yellow candy coloring. You are amazing! These are so great. Love it. I may have to make black puppy pops since I have a black lab:), These are the cutest ever! No mouth. i am IN LOVE with these. So adorable. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I hope you enjoy making them :) They are a big hit with kids! They look fabulous! My order of preference is 1 Red Velvet2 Chocolate3 Vanilla. Thank Amanda! You are so good! Reply. Godd luck with the pops. As you can see, his head isn’t perfectly round – but puppy heads aren’t perfectly round either, are they?! You need your own show on the FOOD NETWORK!!!! I won’t them to him of course but I always find any occasion to bake and I will decorate them to look like my dog! dalys. !How long in advance can you make cake pops? Come on all your works are too darling! What will you come up with next? PERFECT addition to our puppy party!! my son’s bday is coming up in early november and i need ideas. I love these!!!!!!!!! (Only draw-back was that they could be only one color – worked fine for 3 year olds though!:)). Any suggestions? You may even find yourself smiling from all the sweetness. To start, I made the basic cake pops and let them set overnight. These will be perfect! Check out these cute little canine cake pops that are sure to make your kids beg for more. Last, Oh deer! ;). I am addicted to your cake pops and dogs, so this is a perfect combination! I also wanted to say that I bought some different food markers from a nationwide craft store and returned them after they didn’t work on the chocolate…I have ordered the brand you recommended and look forward to making jack-o-lantern pops…what can I say, you got the idea rolling of what else to do with your pops! All Rights Reserved. i just had to scream because these were so cute!!!! They don’t look like they’re edible. mommy2twindaughters – don’t do that – you’ll miss out on the Halloween ones. To add the ears and nose, I cut the Tootsie rolls into four pieces, and then moulded the pieces by hand until I got an “ear” shape that I was happy with. Use glue method to attach the ears and candies for the collars. You seem like you would be fun to hang out with too :) I agree that you should get a show on the Food Network :), I made these puppy pops for my son’s puppy themed birthday party – they are So cute and were a big hit! Bake at 325F for 20 minutes or until firm. Their ears will be fragile. So cute! ( : Love them! Stick a carrot stick into each cake pop and feed to your puppy! You absolutely must write a book … I know so many people (including me!) Oh how tedious!! And maybe I should start working on a book. I will have to make these the next time me and my dog-loving friends get together for an outing to a dog park :). While the cakes are cooling, make the buttercream.

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