When I want to see how far I have come in terms of cake pop making, I look back and see the character faces cake pops I did a few years ago. I cringe! Faces are still a real toughie to do, but I’m much happier with the outcome these days. These Anna, Elsa and […]
I love Frozen, because 1) I am a big fan of musicals and in part, it is like a musical in an animation 2) I’ve seen Idina Menzel live in the Sydney Opera House and needless to say, I lurve her 3) as a ‘liberated’ woman, I love the ending of Frozen In fact, until […]
As with anything, the first time is always the hardest. Luckily I’ve made Mickey Mouse cake pops several times so I knew the drill. These were shipped express post to a suburb in Sydney so were individually cello wrapped, then individually bubble wrapped, and the box padded with styrofoam peanuts.
My eldest son and his friends are Minecraft crazy at the moment. A few hours before he is to go to his friend’s birthday party, Number One has a brilliant idea. “Mom, can you make Minecraft cake pops for Charlie’s party?” Mini cake pops were the best I could do with this short notice. I […]
This is one of my most unusual requests. They were for a group of dentists-to-be, all ladies and one gent – I know because all the cake pops had bows on their heads except for one which had a bow-tie!
This is another one of those rare requests but I love to do new stuff so I took it on eagerly. Here are three tidbit facts… 1) The palette shape was cut out using two oval cookie cutters. 2) The palette and paint brush is made up of dark modelling chocolate. Much yummier than fondant, […]
When I was 10 and saw my first Star Wars movie, I fell in love with Luke Skywalker. Mark Hamill didn’t age very well and I must say that crush is long done, but I am a big sci-fi fan (and so is the entire family), so I leapt at the chance to do these […]