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Chick Pops

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    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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    Karyn Granrud

    Karyn Granrud

    I'm Karyn, a mom and wife, and I founded this little baking blog. Baking and making desserts have been my passion since I was a kid. I love experimenting with different flavors and sharing delicious recipes with all of you. Read more.

    38 thoughts on “Chick Pops”

    1. Your little Chick Pops are just adorable, perfect for Easter. Hope you have a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
      Come Back Soon!
      Miz Helen

    2. These are so freaking cute! Awesome job! That takes a steady hand! Just wanted to let you know you have been featured at The Kurtz Corner – Tuesday Tutorials! You've also been pinned on the Link Party Pinterest Board! Stop by and check it out! Can't wait to see what you link up this week! 🙂

      1. Good Luck! Word of advice, start off with 1/4 of the cake and a tablespoon of frosting. You should get 10 – 12 cake pops. Start off small and don't give up. If those first dozen work out, then move on the rest of the cake, or freeze it for another day. Take your time melting the chocolate. Patience is key in melting and stirring to get the right consistency.
        If you need help, send me an e-mail [email protected].

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