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  • Aly Casals

    Totally making these for Kellen's halloween party at school! Halloween Cake Pops

  • Jamie Hoelscher

    cake pops, i'm thinking red velvet cake inside.

  • Sherry Wade-Brogan

    Halloween Dessert Ideas - adorable

  • Ann Pelt

    Birthday Party Blog: Halloween Cake Pops

  • Kendra Willhite

    Mummies and ghosts and pumpkins, oh my! How to Make these Halloween Cake Pops: You'll need a 13" x 9" baked cake, a container of pre-made frosting, and 6-inch lollipop sticks . For step-by-step instructions for making and rolling the cake pops, watch the Cake Pop Queen, Bakerella, in action. Now that your cake pops are rolled, here's what you'll need to decorate them: Wilton candy melts, Edible food markers. Just dip the cake balls in the melted candies and decorate as desired. For the two...

  • Nancy Schokkenbroek

    #halloween #treats

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I love the colors. Cake pops should be simple. Well, all pastries should be, really.