Sunday, January 27, 2013

Bee Mine Cake Pops

We're getting ready for Valentine's Day with 
 "Bee Mine" Cake Pops!

A quick rundown on how these were made.
First, I drew the lines on the yellow Jelly Beans with black AmeriColor food writing pens. Next, I made basic cake pops and dipped them in pink candy melt. As the pop was drying, I attached the jelly bean and jumbo white heart sprinkles for the wings.

After the pop was completely dry, I drew on the bee tracks with the black food writer.

The label was made with a 1.5" craft punch. I'm sure there's a cute "bee mine" printable out there that you could also use.
I was just in a bit of a hurry last night :)

It's been a while since I've been in the kitchen, but there's nothing like Valentine's Day to get me thinking about sweet treats again!
Enjoy bee-cause they're cute and tasty!


  1. Oh, how cute...I would have a hard time eating them. What a nice way to celebrate Valentine's these.

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  4. These are darling! Glad to see you back and sharing some new ideas. Enjoying your book and sharing it with lots of friends.

  5. My god, those are fun! It is SO good to see Valentine cake pops that detour from the usual hearts and roses. I hope you don't mind, Joey, but I had to blog about them :) -