Friday, December 31, 2010

Champagne Cake Pops

My first ever cake pops... what a way to end the year!

It was touch and go for a while,

But I ended up with about a dozen presentable pops.

Happy New Year!


  1. Wow! It's hard to believe that this is your first time to make cake pops. You are so talented! I know they are as tasty as they look!

  2. Thanks so much for such a sweet comment Mrs C! Happy New Year.

  3. Happy New Year!!! The cake pops are so cute :)

  4. Do you have suggestions for making all the bottles uniform? I'm trying to make bowling pin caks pops, which are the same shape as yours, but my shapes are all over the place.

  5. JoAnna that's an excellent question! For me it started with making the cake balls the same size. Initially I had some that were larger and some smaller. That really messed me up when I tried to make the bottle shape.

    Once I had cake balls that were all the same size I could make the bottles the same way each time. Roll the base between my hands, keeping the bottom flat by pressing it against the counter while I rolled. Then I'd hold the the bottle in one hand and form the top stem part by pinching it with my other hand. Then gently put it onto the stick and adjust the shape if I needed to.

  6. Before the new year, my team at Resume Writer Winnipeg and I decided to try our hand at making Champagne Cake Pops, and it turned out to be an absolute delight! We added a touch of celebration to our baking session, and the result was a delicious treat that exceeded our expectations.The combination of the fluffy cake, rich champagne flavor, and the sweet coating was simply irresistible.


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