Have fun and make cupcake pops. Ideal for kiddie’s parties or any other time that you want to have cupcake novelties. After all, a cupcake on a stick is certainly different! These cupcakes look so great covered with gooey gooey chocolate and delicious frosting. Decorated with sprinkles, smarties, or jelly tots makes kids want to eat as many of them as is possible to cram into little mouths. Definitely, they are party favorites.
Source Steamy Kitchen
You’ve heard of both cake pops and cupcakes, but how about a combination of the two? Yes, these traditional cupcakes are topped with a frosted cake pop to give them a unique look and an extra “pop” of flavor! The trick lies in the assembly — make a batch of cupcakes and a batch of cake pops both using the same flavored batter. Frost the cupcakes, then frost the cake pops before sticking one on top of the other; the frosting will act like glue and hold them together!
Source Love From the Oven
Cupcakes on a stick. Sounds exciting? These red velvet and Oreo cake pops are different and can pique anybody’s curiosity. The red velvet and oreo cake pops are individually dipped in colored white chocolate so you can have that white chocolate coated cupcake on a stick! If you’re looking for creative ways to raise some funds, then this is the real deal! It’s also perfect for a kid’s party or any kind of occasion.
Source Sugar Beams and Other Half Baked Adventures
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via Renee aka The Cake Fairy
via Tina at top the cupcake
via Lindy Dosher of Lindy’s Bayside Confections
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