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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Mardi Gras Cake Pops


I've got another fun Mardi Gras treat for you today.

Some fun Cake Pops that are filled with the Green, Gold, and Purple colors of a festive Mardi Gras party! 

Don't you just love them? 

Did you notice anything different in the photo?? I've gotten my hands on some clear acrylic sticks from Bella's Bakery & Bowtique

I got to meet Nicole at the #OCCPMU (Orange County Cake Pop Meet-up) back in November. She makes amazing cake pops and treats and she has recently teamed up with Adri from MaskiPops.by.Adri. The two ladies have started their own blog 2 Moms, Pops & Tots. Head on over and check it out.


Step 1 - To make these design inside, you need to bake 3 cakes. Just take a box mix of vanilla, divide it into three equal parts and color them with Gel Paste Food Color.

Step 2 - Make you cake pop dough and roll out your cake balls.

Step 3 - Cut each cake ball into three slices.

Step 4 - Put the different colors together, give them a little smoosh to stick together and then re-roll them.

Once that's done, it's an easy process to dip and decorate them. I couldn't make up  my mind on how I wanted to decorate them, so I made three different designs.
I did a fun tie-dye, a mixture of sprinkles, and colored sugar stripes. 


I loved these clear sticks! They are just so pretty and look so great instead of the white paper sticks. I had to constantly remind my daughter not to throw these away. They are reusable. 

Also, if you purchase a KC Bakes Straw Stand, these acrylic sticks stand up great in them. 

A KC Bakes Straw Stand with Acrylic Sticks

Isn't that awesome? I've got to get a new stand from Kim - ASAP!

Want to win a few clear acrylic sticks for yourself? 

Please refer to my Sweepstakes Rules and Regulations for eligibility.

Enjoy and Good Luck!
I link up at THESE GREAT parties!
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