Cake Pop Flag "cake"
Cake Ball, Oreo Ball, Party Idea, Cake Pop, July Idea, Blue Cake, July Food
Cake Pops - this is for a Fourth of July idea - but I am thinking any simple design could be done
Cake Truffle Flag from My Juice Cup #4thofJuly #Cake & #Cake #Pop Ideas @Mary Spence
Cake Pop cake. Super cute! #flag #cake Oreo balls in place of cake balls!
Fourth of July idea for cake pops-awesome!
red, white & blue cake balls??? yummy
Cake Pop flag #patriotic party idea
Ummmm, how adorable are these? I don’t know about yall, but I’ve been DYING to make some of these little things. I saw this blog on My Juicecup and had to share it with you. This seriously might be my new dessert to any 4th of July festivities! This idea came from THE cake pop original, Bakerella. Her work is inspirational to say the least. You can learn all about her cake pops at Bakerella.com. Take a look at how easy and fun this can be: The supplies for cake pop: - Candy melts for dipping and coating the cake pops - Crock pots for keeping the chocolate melted - Lollipop sticks - Styrofoam blocks for each person to keep the cake pops upright - Waxed paper to catch drips on the work surface - Lollipop bags and twist ties for packaging - Sprinkles and decorations in red, white and blue What are cake pops made of you might ask? Cake pops are made from baked cake and frosting all mashed together until you get a dense, shapeable dough that can be formed on a stick and dipped in chocolate. The variety of flavors are as limitless as your imagination. These were made of Cherry-Chip cake and a tub of vanilla frosting. Others were chocolate and chocolate, and some were all vanilla. You can even make cake pops from well-ground cookies and cream cheese. A lot of people’s favorite is Oreos. They all look scrumptious! Some key steps: - The ‘dough’ MUST be chilled or things will fall apart quickly. - To hold the cake on the stick, dip it in chocolate before attaching the cake. - Make space to refrigerate and chill your cake pops as you work with them. These are the ones I might try: The Bakerella’s cupcake-shaped pops. They look easy to make. The dough is shaped using small cookie cutters and pressing the dough with your hands. Then you dip the bottoms first, then attach them to a lollipop stick. Once cooled, dip the white tops and give them a sprinkle. This is another option I might try: A Cake Truffle Flag. Not all cake pops have to be displayed on a stick! These are rolled and covered in chocolate to be eaten like truffles. I think it makes for a very patriotic and colorful display. Here are some other options you could try as well: It looks like these cake pop’s turned out to have a lot of personality and made a little differently. Here are some shots of what they made. It looks like it was a great success! How stinkin adorable right? Have any of you ever tried making these? Was it a success? Which do you think I should try? RGL
12 easy 4th of July food ideas. From cake pops to a chic flag fruit platter that will take you less than 20 min to create.
Black Ceiling, Ceiling Detail
Amazing black ornate ceiling and crystal chandelier #home #decor (images we like, not products of Chichi)
I don't know that I'd want black ceilings in such a small nursery but the tin ceilings could be awesome!
Amazing black ornate ceiling and crystal chandelier Ceiling chandelier Evening/day play
Amazing black ornate ceiling and crystal chandelier #home #decor #gothic #black
Amazing black ornate ceiling and crystal chandelier#interiordesign
chandelier & beautiful ceiling details
Crystal Chandelier tin ceiling
black ceiling, chandelier
Gorgeous ceiling detail