Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas Cake Pops

Hi there! Joanna Bandelin from Scrap-Making here today to share with you a fun way to dress up some cake pops!
This is our Recipe Week here on Really Reasonable Ribbon, we thought it'd be fun to spice it up for the holiday season! :)
So what are cake pops you may ask?...Well they are delicious little bites of heaven! lol..really they are cake mixed with frosting and then dipped in chocolate...yummmo! :)

I used my favorite Christmas Baker's twine along with some Red Seam Binding Ribbon to add lots of color to my packaging. I wanted to keep it simple so the focus is on the yummy cake pops. :)
I love making these for holidays and parties and they are so good everyone loves them!

Here's some easy steps so you can make them yourself...
*Supplies: Cake mix, lolipop sticks, chocolate melts.
*Bake a cake (I used chocolate) according to directions on box.
*Let it cool completely, then crumble entire cake.
Add a tub of frosting to cake crumbles (I used chocolate fudge frosting).
*Next roll into balls (you will be able to make about 4 dozen balls).
Melt a handfull of chocolate melts (I used the white peppermint chocolate melts), then dip lolipop sticks into melted chocolate then insert them into the cake balls. 
*Put cake balls in the freezer for about 10-15 minutes.
*Melt 2 bags of chocolate melts and then dip each ball and completly cover..make sure to tap off excess chocolate and place on a cookie sheet (lined with wax paper).
*Let the chocolate harden (it only takes a few minutes).
*Next step is to take a bite and enjoy your yummy creation! 

Hope you enjoy and hopefully you can make some yourself..and p.s. you might be not be able to stop eating these..they are de-lish! :)


  1. Super cute! I think these sound so fun! Thanks for sharing the recipe~!

  2. NUMMMMMMY! And packaging is beautiful!

  3. Super delish!!

  4. Oh yummy is right-how fun and great to share sweetie

  5. Beautiful! I love how the red sprinkles look on the white frosting. So festive! I'm a big fan of that red and green twine, too. Pretty stuff!

  6. Oh these look sinful! So that means I will love them :) Definitely want to try this - my girls would be in heaven! Thanks for the recipe and the cute ideas for packaging them!


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