Ninjago cake pops

Ninjago cake pops

A friend asked me to make Ninjago cake pops to go along with her son’s Ninjago birthday cake. Since I had blue and red fondant, I made Kai, Jay and Nya. Actually, I added Nya as an afterthought because I wanted to be more gender-inclusive, since they were going to be girls at the party.

Ninjago cake pops
Ninjago cake pops

After the candles were blown, the cake pops dissapeared in a flash! I remarked to hubby that the time it took them to dissapear was disproportionate to the time it took to make them. But they are made to be eaten, and infinately better to dissapear in a flash then to be left untouched. 🙂

Ninjago cake and cake pops
Ninjago cake and cake pops

The kids are funny. One boy made Kai and Nya face each other and ‘kiss’…then Number One yelled in alarm, “Hey, no, she is his sister!”

Kai Jay Nya cake pops
Kai, Jay, Nya cake pops

0 thoughts on “Ninjago cake pops

  1. Evie34 says:

    Hi I made a Kia cake for my son back in January. Your cakes look more put together. I am going to be making my 4 year old daughter a Nya birthday cake. If you don’t mind asking how you made your cake, please?

    When I made my son’s cake it did start to sweat. I appreciate your time. Thanks

  2. Su says:

    It just sticks to the chocolate. I used buttercream fondant – it’s a bit softer (not to mention, yummier) – maybe that makes a difference.