Thursday, September 15, 2011

Make A Hat Day

It's Make A Hat Day!

I suppose you can make just about any kind of hat that you want today, but instead of the kind that go on your head, we made ours cake pop style!

These Witch's Hat Cake Pops were super fun and quite simple to make. It's never too early to start making Halloween Cake Pops!

First, I molded cake balls into a cone for the top of the hat.

Then, using Oreo's, I separated the cookies from the cream filling to use them for the brims.

I carefully poked a hole in the center of the Oreo with the sharp end of a meat thermometer (or you can use anything sharp in your kitchen).

Next, I placed the cone cake pop on top of the Oreo cookie and stuck the lollipop stick through the hole.

Finally, I painted on a tiny bit of Karo syrup just above the brim and sprinkled on the orange and black nonpareils.

All done in just a few easy steps!

It might be a little early for Halloween, but it is my favorite holiday, so I'll call this a preview of many more spooky treats to come!

Tip Junkie handmade projects

9 comments:

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  2. I love your blog and your idea! I make cakes myself ao I admire the art of sugar crafts. A new follower from the blog hop on Fridays. I hope you can visit my blog and if you like it you can follow back! www.p-art-y.blogspot.com

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  3. I love these! They sure are some great looking Witches Hats! It's never too early for Halloween!

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  4. Those are really cute! Great idea for a Halloween party.

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  5. how exciting! what a fun project. i think i might try this for my little guy's halloween party! so smart!

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  6. I LOVE cake pops! They're so versatile and fun!

    We're hosting a Great Halloween Link Up and would be thrilled if you added this and any other Halloween-themed pops to our party!

    http://lifeinthemotherhood.blogspot.com

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  7. Very cute! Stopping by from {tip junkie}.

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  8. Supper cute idea, :-)
    But dobt you cover it all in chocolate like a regular cake pop???

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