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Snow Globe Cake Pops

These Snow Globe Cake Pops are so cute and are fun to make! I hope you enjoy making these and I know you’ll love ’em!

These Snow Globe Cake Pops are so cute and are fun to make! I hope you enjoy making these and I know you'll love 'em!

How to Make Snow Globe Cake Pops

Today, I am posting over at Simply Sweet Home.
Head on over and learn how to make these Snow Globe Cake Pops.
Enjoy!
Learn how to make these easy Snow Globe Cake Pops! The kids love them!
Snow Globe Cake Pops
Author: Karyn Granrud
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 1/2 of a 9×13 sheet cake
  • 2-3 Tbsp frosting
  • Blue Candy Melts
  • Individual Bell shaped candies
  • White Nonperiels
  • Candies
Instructions
  1. Make you cake pop dough bu combining the cake and frosting until it’s at a play-doh like consistency. Measure out 18- 1 Tablespoon balls. Cut 6 of the cake balls in half and add them to the 12 remaining cake balls.
  2. Roll the cake balls round and smooth and flatten one side, this will be the “face” of the snow globe. Set them aside
  3. Take the bell candies and pierce them with a skewer. This skewer is smaller than a lollipop stick. Once the hole is made, then slide the lollipop stick through the candy. Because I used a caramel filled bell, I did not add anything to adhere the candy to the stick. It stayed in place just fine. Push the candy down so that an inch of lollipop stick is above it.
  4. Melt your candy melts low and slow in the microwave being careful not to overheat it. I used 90% white candy melts and 10% blue candy to get this pale blue color.
  5. Dip your stick into the candy melt and then insert it into the cake ball. Allow it to dry upright as you adhere all the cake pops to the sticks.
  6. [url href=”undefined”][img src=”https://pintsizedbaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Snow-Globe-Collage.jpg” width=”758″ height=”1686″ class=”alignnone size-full” title=”Snow Globe Collage” alt=”Learn how to make these easy Snow Globe Cake Pops! The kids love them!”][/url]
  7. Dip your cake pop in the candy coating it completely. Attach the snowman and sprinkle on the snow.
  8. Dry upright and then store individually wrapped or in an airtight container.
Notes
Cake Pops freeze well, so you can make these now for your holiday gift giving and cookie exchange
Learn how to make these easy Snow Globe Cake Pops! The kids love them!
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The Mandatory Mooch

Thursday 13th of December 2012

TOO CUTE!!!! That says it all. Thanks for linking up to Tasty Thursdays at The Mandatory Mooch. Thanks, Nichi

Christine

Tuesday 11th of December 2012

LOVE them Karyn!!!

Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality! Can't wait to see what you link up this evening!

Miz Helen

Monday 10th of December 2012

Just adorable snow globe cake pop's. Hope you have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Come Back Soon!Miz Helen

Mrs Happy Homemaker

Monday 10th of December 2012

A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E!!

I just love these! I've featured this week on the Mrs :)

http://www.mrshappyhomemaker.com/2012/12/the-bulletin-board-14/

~Crystal

Marissa Sobaskie

Sunday 9th of December 2012

Those are seriously cute!!