Winter Cake Pops

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With the cold temperatures outside this week, I figured now was a great time to show off the cake pops I made for Little G’s birthday back in December.  She had requested pink cake pops, and how can you turn down the cutest 3 year old niece?  Since she is a December baby (like me) I went ahead and made her cake pops winter themed :)

Pink & Blue Holiday Cake Pops

I decided to make these ones chocolate, after my fiasco with Funfetti Cake on Big C’s puppy cake pops.  The cake balls held up like I expected and I had a much better time making these ones this time.  I had planned on doing pink and speckled white, but the white speckled candy melts I bought caused the same problems as Funfetti cake, so after a couple failed attempts I switched the light blue and pink.  

Here are the chocolate cake balls ready to be dipped.  If you have never made cake pops before, check out my tutorial on how to make cake pops.

Making chocolate cake pops
I was able to find some great festive supplies at Joann’s including candy snowflakes, white sprinkles, and candy cane sprinkles.

Holiday Cake Pops

I just love how they all look so different with the types of sprinkle.  The clear sparkling ones look like snow and the large snowflakes helped with the wintry feel.  My favorite for sure  were the candy cane bits made for a minty chocolaty goodness!!  Ready for some eye candy? :)

Decorating Holiday Cake Pops

Snowflake cake pops

Pink & Blue Holiday Cake Pops Ideas

Holiday Cake Pops with Candy Cane Sprinkles

Snowflake cake pop

Holiday baking making cake pops

Candy Cane Sprinkles Holiday Cake Pops

So there you have it, fun wintry cake pops for a 3 year old’s birthday party.  I think my nieces are getting way too spoiled!!

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