I made Vanilla Cake Pops yesterday with pink candy coating for Easter. Lets just say that I don't see all the hype about the cake balls. To me they are to sweet, but they do look cute, and are the latest thing thanks to Bakerella. I bought all of requisite materials; candy sticks, candy melts, and Springtime sprinkles. The sprinkles were the best part. I made a Vanilla Cake from King Arthur Flour, which was wonderful, but only used half, because I only made 12 pops. I made my usual Vanilla butter cream Frosting. From there I followed the tutorial at 52 Kitchen Adventures. I kept the candy melts warm over a double boiler, and I did use the colander to hold the pops, while drying. The jury is out, until tomorrow, when I take them to Anna and Emma, so I'll let you know.
The Curvy Carrot . They are so cute, and I'm going to use them as place card holders. These bird nests are easy to make with Chow Mein noodles, semi sweet chocolate chips, butterscotch, chips and peanut butter. They are perfect for Easter, or any Spring party or project, and fun to make with kids.
Here is Bailey, the Easter Dog, wishing all of my blogger friends, Hoppy Easter!!! I just couldn't get her to wear those bunny ears! If she looks a little different, it's because she finally went to the groomer.