12 Feb

Cupcake Cake Bites

Think it’s impossible for the beloved cupcake to get any cuter? The creative talents of Bakerella and her adorable chocolate cake bites/lollipops just might change your mind!

Bakarella Cupcake Bites

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jenn s.


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UAE girl SAYS:


very nice~

I like it~

Reply October 21, 2008 at 11:22 am

Jeni SAYS:

umm….looks very delicious!!!
ummm… i wanna eat them all =D
but i cant =(

Reply February 19, 2009 at 5:29 am

xx.princess.xx SAYS:

i luv it..adorable..mwazz heep it up;)

Reply May 10, 2009 at 5:17 pm

xx.princess.xx SAYS:

how cutee..adorable…keep it up:)

Reply May 10, 2009 at 5:19 pm

Martha SAYS:

I just love your work… i only do cupcakes but im going to give it a try to make these cupcake pops im having my daughters party next saturdy its a decorating party i might have them do this too… any tips on how to place everything on the table for the gilrs? they are about 10 years old BUT im having like 25 jaajajja im going to be crazy after that jajaja …
hope to hear from you …

Reply September 12, 2009 at 2:13 pm

jenn s. SAYS:

Hi Martha –

You should probably just divide the elements for the pops into several groups – maybe 5-6 girls per “grouping” of bowls of marshmallows, sticks, candy melts, m&m’s, nonpareils, and candy melts. That way they all have their own little “station” to work from and everyone can reach.

The most important thing will be when to melt the candies. You should probably have them prep their marshmallow sticks first, then heat the candies up so that they’re ready to dip the marshmallows as soon as the candy is melted. You could also instruct them to work in an assembly line, so instead of doing everything, one girl dips, one sprinkles, and one tops with the m&ms. That could be fun too. :) Good luck!!

Reply September 14, 2009 at 9:05 am

aaliyah M. SAYS:

love the idea thank you

Reply March 25, 2010 at 11:23 am

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