We are over a month past Naomi's birthday but her cake pop pictures can't be forgotten.
I started with the cake pop batter that I had in the freezer leftover from Abigail's four layer birthday cake in December. Yeah for using something I had and for freeing up some freezer space. The result also ended with the cake pops being multi-colored. A win for all.
The dipping in white chocolate was very common place but the pup pup ears and nose were fashioned from flattened tootsie rolls.
Then I used a drop of frosting from a previous project, also in the freezer, and added a bunch of red coloring to turn the green frosting into a dark gray.
The results were perfect. I made just enough from the ingredients I had on hand and ended with just I had hoped for.
And the kids first experience with cake pops were a huge success. Everyone loved them. Ethan thought they were so cool that he has changed his birthday request from a single spiderman head cake to a bunch of spiderman head cake pops instead. We will see how I am feeling come September. One thing is for certain, being a mother stretches my baking skills for sure.