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Chocolate Graduation Cap Candy Pops

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Is this one of the most genius candy creations ever, or what?! Something tells me these will be “popping” up at Grad parties ’round the world very soon! Bakerella… you’re a genius with the sweet stuff as always – thanks!

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

45 responses to “Chocolate Graduation Cap Candy Pops”

  1. aleta says:

    Oh Bakerella, you are just too cute!

  2. OMG! I am going crazy trying to plan a graduation party for a client and i LOVE this idea! So cute, Thank you for sharing!!

  3. Yellowgoat says:

    It’s too funny, the ad that goes with your feed is:

    No strict diets!
    No long boring cardio!
    Loose 2 inches in 21 days!

    hm..at first glance I thought these chocolate are miracle chocolate to get me loose weight….

    oh well.

  4. Nicole says:

    As soon as this popped up on my screen I thought it was a Bakerella creation! Love it.

  5. Kerry says:

    I just think that these are the cutest and what makes them evne cuter is that they are sooo easy to make! I will totally be doing these! thanks for the fun post!

  6. these are just absolutely to die for!! my mom made something similar for my sister’s graduation party a few years ago, but these look so much easier to make and transport

  7. Chic Runner says:

    Those are amazing! What a great at home idea. Bakerella is the best. :) Thanks for sharing!

  8. Davids says:

    I am just not that creative! I can’t believe the cute and simple things you have on your site. Thanks for sharing :)

  9. Fantastic idea! So simple, so cute!

  10. Lisa says:

    Oh my goodness! These are so incredibly adorable!!

  11. These graduation caps are so cute! I absolutely love the idea. I am always looking for something simple yet unique. These totally fit the bill. Thanks!

  12. Julianne says:

    Oh wow, she sure is tallented! those are fabulous!

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  13. teri says:

    Amazing creativity!

  14. I love that idea! What a great way to top yummy cupcakes.

  15. Sarah says:

    These would be great as graduation thank you gifts for those who gave you cash gifts. Wrap them in a cello envelope and pop your thank you note inside with this gorgeous treat!

  16. Rebecca says:

    So cute! I don’t have anybody graduating, but I’m going to make these anyway. They’re just too cute!

  17. Rachelle says:

    These are so cute!
    I posted info about my new Ribbon Box on my blog, it’s so neat! If you’d like to see details, please stop by!

  18. Paula Kerins says:

    I would like to order the Chocolate Graduation Cap Candy Pops! What is your number so I can talk to someone?
    Thanks,
    Paula

  19. jenn s. says:

    Hi Paula –
    I don’t think you can actually order these, but here’s the step-by-step tutorial on how to make them at home… via Bakerella:
    http://www.bakerella.com/candy-cup-caps/

    Good luck!

  20. Not much time left, I am on it!! Great idea.

  21. Wendy Needham says:

    Great inspiration!

  22. sandra ramirez says:

    they are very nice

  23. Sarah Smith says:

    How did you do those graduation caps on the stick? A mold? Super cute.

  24. J Morris says:

    You can get your graduation party candy at htttp://candycrate.com. They carry the lollipop sticks there too.

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  26. vikki park says:

    The cutest idea ever!

  27. Phyllis richnow says:

    So cute

  28. Teresa says:

    I have been looking for the square chocolate to put on top of the reeses and am having no luck what so ever. I need help please…..

  29. Alesha says:

    How do you get the chocolate square and peanut butter cup to stick together?

  30. Really a cute idea – thanks for sharing – they will really be a hit at our graducation party!

  31. Jacalyn Davis says:

    Made 30 of these for my great niece's kindergarten graduation….. last night! Tedious, but they are adorable! Can't wait to see the kids reactions! Thank you Lori for sharing!

    • Brooke Townsend LaMonica says:

      Jacalyn, what type of container did you serve them in? A vase?

    • Jacalyn Davis says:

      I used a white square of floral styrofoam!!! Colored ribbon can be glued around the bottom edges in the school colors!! This worked well and doubled for stand to let them dry. I put each one in a clear plastic bakery bag, tied with a ribbon so they could be taken home. They loved them, have fun:)

  32. Lauree Blair says:

    How did you work on them without the chocolate melting?

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  34. Norma Dominguez says:

    What kind of candy is the little yellow that holds the tassel? I love this idea!!!!