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Chick Pops

I Love E!’s “Talk Soup” a.k.a. “The Soup”! I’ve missed it since we got rid of cable television almost 2 years ago.  But, I get my Joel McHale fix in “Community” via Hulu! I think Joel McHale is a cutie! I don’t care if he has had hair plugs – I think he’s just a big 6’4″ cutie-pie!
You know what else are cutie-pies?? These Pops!
 I made some Chick Cake Pops. 
I started off with some basic cake balls and shaped some into an egg shape.









I dipped them and decorated them. 
To decorate the chicks, I used some flowers for feet, some hearts for the wings and a mini colored chip for the nose. 
The eyes I dotted on some Wilton’s Cookie Icing in Black with a toothpick.
For the Eggs, I just dipped them in white and added the black crack with the Cookie Icing using a toothpick.
No real skill is involved in that. Just make a jagged lightning bolt around the egg cake pop.

For the “hatching” eggs, I dipped the bottom third of the cake pop in white and then added a stick to the base.
Once that was dry, I dipped the top 2/3s of of the pop in yellow. Once dry, dip the top third into the white and then add the features.
Enjoy these treats for Easter, or anytime!

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Martha Pesa

Saturday 2nd of February 2013

These are so cute!

Kate | Food Babbles

Saturday 2nd of February 2013

These are SO adorable! I haven't made cake pops yet but looking at these little cuties I really want to now.

Stella

Saturday 7th of April 2012

It is soooooo lovely! Love lovely chickens

Jenny @ The NY Melrose Family

Friday 6th of April 2012

I love that you had the chick in different stages coming out of the egg. I think my favorite is the egg cracked. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays.