Thursday, February 7, 2013

Bunny Cakepops ~ Guest post by Pranjali

I have never held guest posts in my space but it will happen someday. I just donot have the time to put up a schedule, get in touch with friends and then publish them here. But a guest post event is always there in my mind. So when Pranjali of Foodydelight came forward to write a guestpost on cake pops, I happily accepted it. It is for another website which specializes in cakepops, only in cakepops. How cool is that. The site is filled with beautifully decorated cakepops and more are in the mbaking. So over to Pranjali.

I am glad to share a new recipe on this blog. Today’s recipe is about creating cake pops. It can be made in various shapes. The below recipe is for Bunny Cake pops. I would also like to introduce to the new cake pop site “How to make cake pops”. This site has various styles of cake pops and you will get all the detailed recipes. You can also find other interesting design of cake pops and other helpful information to create cake pops by visiting this beautiful cake pop site

•Basic un-coated cake balls – 6
•Vanilla candy wafers
•Lollipop sticks
•Black edible gel pen to draw eyes
•Pink heart shaped sprinkle for nose
•Some pink sprinkles for feet
•Mini marshmallow for ears
•Pink gel pen

Making process

1. Freeze the basic cake balls until they are set.
2. Melt the candy wafer following the packet instructions.
3. When the cake balls are ready, push the stick into the chilled cake balls and dip them into melted candy and tap off any excess coating
4. When the pops are dry, apply a little melted candy in position for the nose and attach pink heart shaped sprinkle.
5. Use a pink gel pen to pipe coating on either sides of the nose. Also attach sprinkles as feet.
6. For the ears, use mini marshmallows. Firstly you need to shape the marshmallow in the shape of ears. Only you need to press the marshmallow with your finger and make them to look like bunny ears. Then attach ear- shaped marshmallow on the cake pop as the ears.
7. Bunny cake pops are ready

About the Author: Pranjali Naik is a food blogger and owner of foodydelight.

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  1. lovely recipe and mouth watering.
    Ongoing event:
    in my blog.

  2. Very nice and cute cake pops. Kids will love this for sure

  3. wonderful guest post, so cute pops, loved it!!!

  4. She is one cake pop guru:) nice dear

  5. cute cake pops... Kids can finish in no time :-)

  6. ha ha lovely.. like ur bunny pops.. so cute and innovative..:)

  7. so cute and delicious looking cake pops...good one!

  8. Admirable and feel like grabbing them. So pretty and cool they look.

  9. They are super cute...thank you Vimitha and Pranjali for this awesome guest post!


  10. WOW! Delicious looking cake pops!

  11. These are the cutest cake pops I've seen - gorgeous!
    mary x

  12. Nice blog. Just discovered yours. Lots of great food recipes. also cute cake pops. :)

  13. very cute cake pops,nice blog,1st time here.when free please drop into my space

  14. Fantastic web site. A lot of useful information here. I
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  15. Hi Vimitha, the cake pop look super cute. Too pretty to be eaten. :)
    Great post!
    Best regards.

  16. Its really nice,
    kids will like this...Thanks for giving the recipe.
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