Sunday, January 22, 2012

Cocktails Are On Today's Menu

Cocktails, anyone?!?
It's Happy Hour somewhere in the world right now,
so let's start it off right.
Margarita and Martini Cake Pops are on me!!!

These are fairly simple to make by molding the cake into a triangle shape.
I double dipped the rim in white candy melt, and coated the rim of the "margarita" in sugar sprinkles.
The bottom of the "glass" is a white candy melt. I used the sharp end of a bamboo skewer to poke the hole in the candy melt and slid it through.

The olive on the "martini" is a green jelly bean.

And I absolutely love this green color for the margaritas. It was made from the light green candy melts from Make 'n Mold.
The lime is one of those candy melts cut in half.

Enjoy!

12 comments:

  1. These are awesome. I would so make these for my 24th bday

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  2. What is the olive made out of and how did you make the lime? I LOVE these!

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    1. The olive is a green jelly bean, and the lime wedge is a light green candy melt cut in half. I just updated the post with a few more details on how these were made. Thanks!

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  3. I'm speechless again. How long do you need for that? And since when do you do Cake Pops ?
    Any recipe books that you recommend?

    Thx xoxo

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  4. Love the olive touch! They look do real...

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  5. Love these. Soooo cute!

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  6. This is just what I have been looking for .......for a bachlorette party thanks they are perfect!

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  7. Do you sell these?

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    1. No, I don't sell my cake pops. Just making them for fun at the moment!

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