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The Lorax Cake Pops from Bakerella! Make these sweet treats for you and your family, then make plans to see the film in theatres March 2, 2012!

He speaks for the trees! Yellow candy coating, added in layers. Just as the first layer is hardening, use toothpick to drag tips out. Confetti sprinkles, edible ink, and a little orange coating.

Luba Reese -- Bakerella has a post about making Lorax cake pops. I don't have the patience to make the Lorax ones, but these are great & would be perfect to serve while reading the book to your class.

Colorful layers topped with trufula trees. Will make with wispy cotton candy and paper straws.

Truffula tree cupcakes! cotton candy tops I assume? so cute! my kid is totally gonna have a Lorax birthday party at some point far in the future....

Lorax inspired Dr Suess cake!! With cotton candy Treffula trees and melted candy letters and characters!

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Christmas Cake Pops by Bakerella, via Flickr Somebody make these for me, heaven knows I'll never make them look that good!