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This is so cute and would be perfect for all the Holiday Baking coming up!
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Finally, once all the pops were done, I could start turning them into eyeballs. I didn’t have any problem with the black frosting. I snipped off a small corner of the packet and made the pupils. No biggie.
PROS of the Eerie Eyeball Cake Pop Kit
+ You get 20 pops for $8.00 (Check your local Target for sales).
+ Comes with a good stand.
+ Make your own Buttercream frosting.
+ Good directions.
CONS of the Eerie Eyeball Cake Pop Kit
– Not enough candy melts, buy some extra candy coating. (Candy Quick or Wilton’s Candy Melts)
– No Baggies to pass out as favors at your party. Pick some up.
– Red Frosting was thick and difficult to apply.
– Pouches of the Red and Black frosting was a bit difficult to use and make small lines. I recommend squeezing the frosting into a baggie and snipping off a tiny edge to make the details.
My overall opinion is this is a great cake pop kit for beginners. Your kids will have fun drawing the veins on the eyeballs and helping out.
I have made eyeballs in the past and the fun thing with them is that they don’t have to “perfect”. So, even if you make “ugly” cake pops, it really just ups the gross factor of the eyeballs.