I’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t LOVE a delicious cake pop! I mean, moist cake and frosting covered in chocolate or candy coating?! What’s not to love! And with endless design options, you’re only limited by your creativity! Today I’m featuring a cake pop bouquet that has been a huge seller for Mother’s Day! But really, a cake pop bouquet is perfect for any occasion or just because they are delicious!
If you’ve never made cake pops, I encourage you to read THIS post covering all the basics. I use 4″ sticks for all my cake pops, like THESE. For this bouquet, I used white almond bark for the coating, which my customers always love. For the dusty spring colors in this set, I used ChefMaster candy coloring from THIS set. These colors work perfectly for coloring candy coating and chocolate and I love that I can make pastels or full, rich colors.
As soon as I dip, I used white sanding sugar like THIS to give the cake pops a beautiful sparkling shimmer. Note that once you cover in this sanding sugar, the cake pop colors will be lighter. So, make sure to account for that when you’re mixing your colors.
After the cake pops are set, I package in THESE treat bags and tie with curly ribbon for a fun, fancy look. Then I used Easter grass in mason jars for the bouquet presentation. So cute! Lastly, I wrapped the mason jar with a strip of burlap and a bow.
I hope this post all about making a cake pop bouquet was helpful for you and inspires you to give them a try! They are sure to delight any recipient!
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Happy Baking, Besties!
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