Spring time celebrations aren’t complete without Butterfly Cake Pops. You can learn how to make these fun cake pops at home for your garden party.
Butterfly Cake Pops
So, what are you plans for the Spring? Got any gardening plans? Vacation plans? Staycation plans? We are heading out to the North Carolina mountains in a few days with grandma and I’m looking forward to getting out of town (again).
I wonder if the butterflies are just as excited for spring as I am!
To make the two-toned butterflies, I rubbed one color of candy melts into the veins of the butterfly then filled in the mold with the second color. Pop the mold into the freezer for 5 minutes then carefully remove the mold.
You can prepare a bunch of butterflies and flowers and attach them as you dip the pops or you can dip all of the pops then attach the decorations with a but if melted chocolate.
Just be careful with the butterfly wings – they did break easily. But they were also repaired fairly easily as well.
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