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We are the ones bringing the treats to Miss Sarah’s school class this week – and, even thought it is a short week, we like to make it fun!
Day 1: Bunny Cake Pops.
I saw it on the awesome Bakerella HERE and conferred with Miss Sarah to see if she would like them and silly me, the answer was yes. I know ours don’t look exactly like the original, but I highly doubt she had a 5 year old helper, who wanted whiskers on her bunnies.
A few quick things.
1) They are not true “cake ball pops” as they are baked in the “waffle iron” type machine instead of hand rolled into balls from a crumbled cooled cake and can of frosting. This is FASTER my way and easier to do with a little person.
2) We have food markers. I didn’t take a Sharpie and draw on the whiskers…that would make them inedible.
3) I used HALF a box of cake mix to make 25 pops, the rest of the batter is in the fridge AND the nose/eyes were from my cookie decorating stash.
Now for pictures:
Have your assistant sort the decorations you will need. We wanted PINK hearts for noses, not the white ones, etc