Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Hey ladies! Is it just me, or does it seem like baby season this time of year?! One of the mom’s I nanny for just had the sweetest baby girl, so I wanted to make her a sweet gift (it seemed fitting 😉 ). My first thought was to use the meltable pink chocolate to make cookies, but when I got to Michael’s and was surrounded by so many baking tools/ingredients I was suddenly inspired haha. I literally stood in the aisle for 30 min, trying to find something that would spark an idea. That’s when I saw the rock candy sticks, and it hit me! Baby rattle cake pops!! I definitely thought this idea was unique, but when I got home from Michael’s and searched the idea on Pinterest, of course it came up! There are definitely some really cute ones on Pinterest, so go do a search of your own for extra inspo. I thought these would be so cute for a baby shower to reveal the gender. If your baby’s gender is already revealed, they look cute as pink or blue, too! And of course, they make a fun treat for a new mommy. I love cake pops almost as much as I love babies lol!

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

Ingredients

  • A cake (unfrosted and cooled)
  • Frosting
  • Pink or blue food color
  • Meltable chocolate
  • Sprinkles
  • Rock candy sticks
  • Ribbon

Instructions

  1. Make a cake (either a boxed cake or homemade), let it cool.
  2. Put the cake in a large bowl, and add frosting. Mixing the two together until it forms a play-dough like consistency.
  3. Add either pink or blue food color and mix well.
  4. Form the cake pop mix into balls (about the size of a golf ball) and place them on a cookie sheet.
  5. Melt a small amount of chocolate and dip each stick into the chocolate before pushing them into each cake pop ball.
  6. Let your cake pops sit in the freezer over night.
  7. Melt the rest of your chocolate in a medium size bowl (big enough to dip and swirl your cake pop in).
  8. Dip each cake pop into your melted chocolate until it is completely covered.
  9. Decorate (this part is up to you!)
  10. Tie a small bow on your cake pop stick and you're finished!
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P.S. I think painting the little wooden balls at the end of each stick, would be a nice touch too!

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August 22, 2016

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