04 December 2011

MCT 12 Days of Christmas: On the Fourth Day of Christmas...

by Veronica

Now, Dasher! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer and Vixen!
Come check out these Reindeer Cake Pops that I'm fixin'!
They're just so YUMMY and best of all...
They're easy to make! In love you will fall.

Welcome, welcome to the fourth day of My Creative Time's 12 Days of Christmas! These twelve days are flying by so fast, Christmas will be here before you know it! If you've landed here from Trell's blog, you're on the right path! If not, take a trip to Emma's blog to start the hop from the very beginning.

Cake Pops seem to be the latest craze in baking and I just had to jump on the bandwagon! First of all, they're absolutely adorable. And second... umm... they're DELISH!

Imagine with me...Cake...mixed with frosting...dipped in chocolate. Are you KIDDING me?

Now, I'm a cupcake kind of girl. They're cute, they're yummy, and they're a small canvas to decorate. You can't really go wrong with squirting some frosting on top of a cupcake and calling it a day. But when you go to eat that cupcake... it can be difficult. It's hard to get the perfect bite that has the right cake/frosting ratio, isn't it? And what a mess! The only way for me to eat a cupcake without getting crumbs all over my shirt and frosting all over my face is to shove it in my mouth whole. And that's not very becoming for a lady, is it? With Cake Pops - problem solved!

I wanted to make some Reindeer Cake Pops to send in to my husband's work (gotta keep those Developers happy!). While browsing Pinterest, I found this adorable reindeer. PERFECT! I gathered my supplies and got to work!

One Betty Crocker French Vanilla boxed cake made 40 cake pops. I sent 25 into work with the Hubs and they were a big hit! The VP of his company even asked for the recipe so he could make them with his kids (insructions at the end of this post)! We kept 6 reindeer to share with friends (yum!) and brought 9 to our next door neighbors (a full team of reindeer, if you will. Each one was accounted for - including Rudolph!).

To dress up the treats for next door, I put them in a tissue paper lined basket, wrapped it in cellophane and added a simple, but festive tag. The base of the tag was cut out using MCT's XL Label Die (hmm...where did I get so many red XL Label Dies from? I LOVE recycling!). I stamped the snowflake border (MCT's XL Label Borders) in Versamark and embossed it in white. After adhering the blue striped paper to the base, I popped up my green Stitched Circle and added the Fancy Frame on top of that (also popped up). The sentiment is from You Had Me At Chocolate and was so fitting for this gift of goodies! I added a silver eyelet to the tag and tied it to the package using my favorite green ribbon (which I am now completely out of) and linen thread.

When I dropped off the basket of Cake Pops, their youngest son took the basket right out of his Mom's hands - ready to enjoy a Pop! But his Mom said he'd have to wait: chocolate cookies had just come out of the oven. Guess who got to bring some home? This girl! The Hubs was very happy to accept a fresh, warm cookie when I walked back in the house. Oh the joy of having awesome neighbors!


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Reindeer Cake Pop Recipe

What You'll Need
  • One boxed cake and all the ingredients needed to prepare/bake it
  • Frosting - homemade or packaged
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Candy Melts
  • Red/Brown Candies for noses hint: the Hershey's Special Dark Chocolate "Pieces" have only light brown, dark brown, and red - more bang for your buck than a pack of M&Ms!
  • White Sugar Pearls (for eyes)
  • Brown "Chenille Stems" (for antlers)
  • Clear Candy/Treat Bags
  • Foam Brick (to stick drying cake pops in)
  • Optional: Tweezers and Toothpicks
Directions
  1. Bake cake according to package (use directions for 13 x 9 cake). Let cool.
  2. Crumble cooled cake into large bowl.
  3. Mix in enough frosting to make a cookie dough-type consistency. (if using packaged frosting, one can should be more than enough)
  4. Roll cake/frosting mixture into 1 inch cake balls. Place on waxed-lined cookie sheets.
  5. Place cake balls in freezer for 15 minutes. You DO NOT want them to freeze! After the 15 minutes, you can move them to the refrigerator to keep chilled while you're melting the chocolate candy melts.
  6. Melt candy melts according to directions on package. (I used the Microwave Method)
  7. Stick lollipop stick about 1/2" deep into melted chocolate.
  8. Insert lollipop stick about half way into a cake ball.
  9. Submerge cake ball into melted chocolate. DO NOT stir the cake ball in the chocolate. You may tilt the stick and/or bowl to cover the entire cake ball, but moving the cake ball too much in the chocolate may cause excess chocolate to 'adhere' to the ball and cause a mess.
  10. Lift lollipop stick straight up and out of chocolate. You now have a 'cake pop'! Allow excess chocolate to drip from cake pop (turning cake pop in your hand for an even drip). Tap stick LIGHTLY on side of bowl if necessary.
  11. Decorate cake pop as needed (adding 'eyes' and 'nose'). Tweezers make adding tiny eyes much easier. I dipped a toothpick into the chocolate and 'dotted' the eyes for pupils.
  12. Stick cake pop into foam brick to dry.
  13. Once completely dry, put cake pop in treat bag.
  14. Cut chenille stems in half and twist two halves together (leaving ends un-twisted for the antlers). Twist around treat bags to secure them shut.
I'm so glad you joined us for today's hop! Be sure to come back tomorrow for more Christmas ideas! I hope you were inspired!

-Veronica

152 comments :

  1. Great project! Love your work.

    Tonya
    tonya dot morgan at gmail dot com

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  2. These pops are super sweet. What a great idea. Love it.
    marg0006@verizon.net

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  3. Ahh! So excited to see your post because I'm going to make these with my son! He's only 2, but I've been telling him about Santa and reindeer so I think he'd just LOVE these! Not to mention, what kid wouldn't love a little cake? HeHe. Oh, and I appreciate you giving the tip about the special dark chocolate :)

    Thanks for sharing!
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  4. When I read the title of this blog, I couldn't wait for the page to load. I was so excited to see how they turned out. They are so cute. I haven't made cake pops yet, but want to. Nice job.
    nellessenconcrete@yahoo.com

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  5. WOW. Thank you so much for posting this,.. I will be making these with my granddaughter she just loves to come over Nana's to make things..I call her my little crafter... Super Duper cute... TFS


    msema17@gmail.com

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  6. TFS the directions!! I am going to make them for all my grandkids classes!! awesome!! doris
    parkernana5@cox.net

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  7. Love, love, love these reindeer cake pops. Saw this on the web too and me and my kiddos will be making them this year.

    pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  8. Your reindeer goodies are so cute...
    thanks for sharing the recipe

    zullu26@aol.com

    Merry Christmas

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  9. Cupcakes, cake pops, warm chocolate chip cookies, chocolate, frosting....is it any wonder why I am drooling?! Great way to start your post too. Your creativity seems to be on hyper-drive. tamiwb1234 at aoldotcom

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  10. Love this and thank you for sharing the cake pops recipe. They are so cute. The grandkids will love them.
    Djnall28@gmail.com

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  11. cool idea.

    Think I'll try making these pops.
    Thanks for sharing
    janette09@comcast.net

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  12. super cute idea. i lovvvvveeee cake pops. TFS

    tammi_amata@ameritech.net

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  13. Love it!! I will take one of the cake pops if you have extra left lol. Yummmy.
    (:(:Smiles:):)

    Robin
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  14. Love Love Love! I will be making me some cake pops for the first time! Thanks for sharing! Denise queenbee.speigle@gmail.com

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  15. Love Love Love LOVE!!!! You are brilliant! Thank you for sharing. I'll send my address so that you can send me some pops! They seem to be all the craze.

    dorcas
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  16. Too cute! What a fun office gift. Great job :)

    hugs
    Cassandra

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  17. love this idea! what a great job you did! thanks for sharing.

    brwneyes46@gmail.com

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  18. Oh my gosh these are adorable!!!
    cubasbluesmurf@hotmail.com

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  19. Awesome post...Awesome pops!!! Fantastic job!!
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  20. Oh girl you crack me up early in the morning....just love those reindeer.

    **a blonde was asked, by Santa, to name the reindeers, so she started out with Rudolph, Olive....and Santa said wait a minute....Olive?! Who's Olive..and she began to sing "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" "had a very shiney nose, and if you ever saw it, you'd even say it glows, (here it is, are you ready?!) OLIVE the other reindeer use to laugh and call him names.....
    Ok I thought it was funny...maybe it sounds better if said outloud.
    Have a great day.
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  21. These cake pops are so cute! Love them!

    megan.saxe@gmail.com

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  22. Love this. This will be perfect for our Christmas party. TFS
    Evelyn
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  23. Super cute! I can not wait to make some!!
    gallionlori at gmail dot com

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  24. Very cute.

    Jan
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  25. this is so adorable!!!


    rosiemini@gmail.com
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  26. great idea!! i LOVE reading your blog, funny and oh so true!!
    babi96 at aol dot com

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  27. LOVE them!!!
    TFS
    Jessica
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    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  28. Wow so cute. I'm loving these little reindeer. I appreciate you posting the receipe I can't wait to make some of these.

    Thanks these are so adorable. I love them.

    Thanks for sharing
    Terri_ski at yahoo dot com.

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  29. thanks for giving me the courage to try cake pops. cute idea - dsebby404@yahoo.com

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  30. What an adorable idea! I passed your blog info on to my mom because she's in charge of desserts for our family Christmas. TFS

    Hugs,
    Heather
    greenscrapinmachine(at)gmail(dot)com

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  31. Your reindeer cake pops turned out so cute! I haven't made any since Halloween - this post is sending me into withdrawal!!! Love your tag too, Veronica!

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  32. WHOO HOOO I love cake pops! These are super duper cute! I love them! I want to make some myself...Lord knows I have pinned enough of them on pinterest to get some inspiration! And I know they aren't hard it just cooking up the energy! Plus not eating the cake after its done. I am a cake gal...love to eat it without the icing!
    Deb C
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  33. Super cute!! Thanks for all the instructions for your project. You did a great job.

    jashmore1944@att.net

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  34. Adorable.
    Great job;0)

    bex@
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  35. Absolutely adorable! Love this gift idea! Your poem at the top of the post is so cute! Thanks for the recipe; I'll have to give these a try.
    tcsobotka at charter dot net

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  36. Completely ADORABLE!!! LOVE how these came out!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
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  37. Thanks for the recipe-can't wait to try them!
    jrugg@sctc.net

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  38. Love it all about the cake pops right now... Super cute.
    TFS!
    nicole
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  39. these are cute and they look delicious.
    olivervl@yahoo.com

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  40. What a great idea, I love you project and it looks delicious.

    alvinadiaz@msn.com
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  41. cute pops!! I can see why they were such a hit!

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  42. Too cute! I have been wanting to make cake pops for a while-- just have to get up the motivation. You have inspired me :)

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  43. Very cute another great project.
    craftmethis@gmail.com

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  44. Adorable! Guess we're gonna have to make these! Oh darn! TFS!! twofords@tampabay.rr.com

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  45. so so cute ...love it TFS!!!

    Cathie
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  46. Those are just too cute! Great job, and thanks for the recipe!

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  47. Lucky people that got these cute cake pops! Just to cute to eat but bet they are good. Regina
    regina95370@sbcglobal.net

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  48. These are so sweet, thank you for the recipe!
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  49. Love your sense of humor. Those are adorable and cake pops are yummy. Great job and thank you for sharing the recipe.

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  50. Oh My Goodness! These are so Cute! I have been wanting to make some Cake Pops. These would be perfect for me to take to our Family Christmas Party. The Kids would Love them. Thanks for Sharing the Recipe. :0)
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  51. I will certainly be making some cake pops this year. These look yummy cute. Smooches... Felicia - frankleecrafts [at] gmail [dot] com

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  52. They look so cute,and i bet they taste even much better! :)
    You did a great job!! :)

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  53. What a yummy idea. You did a great job on them!

    kipmit@gmail.com

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  54. look at all that yummy goodness Thank you for recipe! must try it soon. TFS

    Carol W.
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  55. Those are adorable and Thank you for including the how to!!!! Linda Harris Lsunflower58@aol.com

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  56. So cute--makes me want to drag out the bowls.
    Pat
    plweir1969@yahoo.com

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  57. So cute Veronica I love the idea. :)
    win_or_lose52@hotmail.com
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  58. I made cake pops for the first time today. Wish I had seen your post about the reindeer - they are so much cuter than the plain sprinkles I put on mine. Confession: Hubs & I ate the "mistakes" immediately!
    Karen L 1020 at gmail dot com

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  59. Too Cute!

    Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

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  60. Beyond cute!

    kismyjen at gmail.com

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  61. OMG!!!!!!!!! BEYOND CUTE & YUMMY!!!!!!! YOU ARE AMAZING MY FRIEND!
    BIG HUGE HUGS,
    EMMA;)

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  62. good idea for kids at school or bazars
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  63. The reindeer cupcake pops are adorable. I, too, am a cupcake kind of girl. Thanks for the recipe. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

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  64. Tooo cute, thanks for the recipe!!

    miller896042 at bellsouth dot net

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  65. These cake pops are super duper cute and just perfect for sharing!!!
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  66. Seriously cute---I love these! TFS!!
    :)Amy
    amyscraftingspace.blogspot.com
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  67. So cute. What a good neighbor idea.

    rumored2b@yahoo.com

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  68. I love these. They are "popping" up every where! Great job!

    Denise J.
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  69. Great job!

    denise

    morenosna@aol.com

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  70. Too cute, look at those little reindeer, very nicely done!

    mzcherub at gmail dot com

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  71. This is so cute!! I love how you made them into reindeer! Just put these on my to-do list!!

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  72. I love the reindeer. I try this for my son's classmate for the last day of the school. Thanks for share with us.

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  73. Your reindeer cake pops are too cute!!

    bolvera66@yahoo.com

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  74. These are amazing tfs i will be attempting to make these for my students
    Shanna
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  75. OMG-this is absolutely the most fantastic project I've seen yet. I absolutely adore them and the process to make them. Yeppers, I'll be cranking out some of these for my friends and neighbors.
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  76. Your reindeer cake pops are adorable. I bet your neighbors really loved receiving that basket! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Leslie

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  77. The reindeer cake pops are yummy and adorable. My grandkids would love them.
    thejanner@xcelco.on.ca

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  78. OMG these are so cute! I wanted to try the pops before but now I think I have to make the reindeer with my grands!

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  79. These are so cute!!

    Hugs,
    Saundra
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  80. Awesome treat!!! TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

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  81. So very adorable.

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  82. These reindeer cake pops are adorable!!!! Great project!!!

    Hugs,
    georgifelix at verizon dot net

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  83. Oh, now, these are adorable!!!!

    javajen1 at hotmail dot com

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  84. These are just so stinking cute. Great job.

    Lisa

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  85. Veronica these came out awesome...Thanks for the recipe!!

    Mickey

    mickeysworld01

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  86. Love these! You are so creative!
    staceyhughes51@gmail.com

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  87. Love it! Thanks for shraring. vsabartatcharterdotnet

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  88. Very cute and so creative!!!

    Sherrie K
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  89. So cute!! I have got to learn how to make cake pops!!

    Christina

    christina.coen@gmail.com

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  90. Love cake pops. yours are adorable.
    mbchoj at aol dot com

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  91. Love simple and easy. Everyone has such great ideas. thanks for taking the time to share.
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  92. So cute- I love their sweet faces! Thanks for the inspiration and chance to win! lclass003 atgmail dotcom

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  93. Great tips for the candies. What a cute gift idea and yours turned out nicely. Looks like you are having fun and spreading cheer. I agree about the cupcakes! I have the same issues :D good issues to have to deal with!
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  94. Beautiful! I'm sure they'll be happy to receive your sweet gifts.

    Luanne
    myfootahead at gmail dot com
    craftersreference.blogspot.com

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  95. LOVE LOVE LOVE the cake pops. ADORABLE!! I bought all the ingredients and can't wait to make them and give to my family and friends. Thank you so much for the inspiration!!! Great job. Hugz:)

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  96. Adorable! Thanks for sharing.

    Danielle
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  97. OMG! Soooooo cute!

    Jamie
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  98. I love the cake pops they look yummy. Thank you for sharing the recipe. I plan on making some of these for christmas day. =)

    Linda
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  99. I love your reindeer cake pop. Thank you for sharing.
    brittmartin1288@yahoo.com

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  100. Yummy cute treat!
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  101. Simply sweet and adorable! TFS!

    Kris in Alaska
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  102. So cute!

    Debbie H.

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  103. Love these....have tried my hands at cake balls (no stick required) a little easier if you're short on time ;) CUTE!
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  104. Wow these are great! So cute tfs!

    avillarreal140@gmail.com

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  105. OMG! These are the cutest things ever! Very nice work!

    Julie L.
    jlearned at charter dot net

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  106. OMG!! Decorated cake pops!! These are so cute!! Lisa - elwalten@aol.com

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  107. These are SO flippin' cute! I love your poem at the beginning of your post, too. You're one creative lady! Thanks for the instructions, too. I may just have to try these now!

    at home ink at q dot com

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  108. Your reindeer pops ROCK! I love cake pops...great job!

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  109. Adorable cake pops! Thanks for the instructions!
    qtme2003 at yahoo dot ca

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  110. These are wonderful, thank you for posting the recipe too. Great sentiment. teachermom5@gmail.com

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  111. These are so cute! i might try making them for my first graders!! Thanks for the recipe!

    rissaflor atyahoo dotcom

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  112. yummy! great project!

    rebecca_k81 at hotmail.com

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  113. Those are so cute! What a neat idea.

    Debbie B.
    debbiebutcher at comcast dot net

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  114. Yummy!!!! Those look great! Wonderful job!

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  115. Those are the cutest reindeer pops! They look so yummy!!

    Ashley
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  116. Looks yummy!
    angel hugs
    Debby
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  117. Love this idea. Gloria C
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  118. These are so adorable. Thanks so much for the recipe.
    Candy
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  119. Oh my goodness this is just yummy adorable!! TFS
    Hugs

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  120. So cute and sounds so yummy!
    Tracy
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  121. So cute! Great details! Too cute to eat? Probably, but you know they're going to get eaten!

    Lori
    Bloggin The Crafts
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  122. Mmmm, this is such a yummy Christmas gift!! Thanks for sharing your recipe and for the chance to win..

    Scrappy Hugs,
    Amanda :0)
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  123. yum yum gimme some! cute project!!
    Cyndy
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  124. Those cake pops look too cute to eat! Omgosh! Wonderful treat bag! TFS
    hugs, Jenn
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  125. These are so adorable! I love the treat bag too! I cannot wait to try these with my grandaughters! thanks for sharing!
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  126. Adorable and yummy! What more could ya want! CallyAnn
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  127. Very cute idea the cake pops sound like a wonderful treat. Thanks for sharing! Great Job!
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  128. So cute. Thanks for the directions.
    kidshomelove at yahoo.com

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  129. hahahaha!!! so cute! My 5 yr old LOVEd this pic!
    Melissakc1@yahoo.com

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  130. what an awesome idea!!! so cute!!

    candace
    scrappin2littleprincesses.blogspot.com

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  131. thank you for the recipes. These are so fun!
    Pam at
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  132. Wow these are just too cute!!!!

    Kim
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  133. So, so cute!!! Thanks so much for the recipe and instructions...I'm so excited to try this!!! TFS
    hugs,
    joni

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  134. yummy yummy to my tummy! lol your cake pops look good.
    jeria22@yahoo.com tfs!

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  135. Yummy treat. Thanks for the helpful directions.
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  136. awwwee too cute to eat! love it!

    micia
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  137. All I can say is cute, cute, cute!!!


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  138. Love your cake pop reindeers, thanks for your recipe also.
    Kathy
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  139. I need to try this whole cake pop thing again, you make it sound so easy & I think I messed up a couple of steps! These are adorable & yummy for sure!!!
    Puppy Hugs,
    Wendy
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  140. Yummy cake pops and so cute! TFS the recipe and instructions too.

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  141. how cute..... i should really try those cakepops one day

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  142. Finally somebody publishes that recipe!! TY!! I work at an Adult Day Health Care Facility..guess what Santa s bringing them? Great project thanks for the great directions!
    TFS
    Peace & Joy to You & Yours this Holiday Season!
    Kathie
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  143. These are so cute decorated as reindeer!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  144. So, so cute.
    sarah.quillen@gmail.com

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  145. O-M-G...that is too cute!!! TFS your fabulous cake pop recipe :)
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  146. I have been dying to try cake pops =) Your's turned out so flippin cute!!!

    hugs,
    Sarah
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