Bakerella is so creative! These cake pops are part of their signature line of cake deliciousness on a lollipop, but are adorablely decorated for Halloween!! To see their entire selection, check out their website. I made these delicious little bites for a Halloween party last year and they were too cute to eat!
The mummys were my favorite — but the witches, spiders & pumpkins are on my list for this year!
The inner cake ball (Bakerella’s favorite to use is red velvet) is very yummy, but I must admit a bit more difficult to craft into these perfect little cake pops than I was expecting. I found a quick and easy solution to make these in lickity split time! (no pun intended…)
For my secret fix, I made these fantastic spooky treats by using regular and mini tootsie roll lollipops (from Costco) as the sturdy, durable center, and then dipped and covered them in their respective melted chocolates and candy decorations.
Try See’s rectangular lollipops for the werewolves!
White melted chocolate for dipping and dripping in a squiggly pattern, green round sprinkles or gel for eyes
Green melted chocolate for dipping, black licorice pinwheel for hair, orange sprinkles for eyes, edible pen for mouth, green tic tacs for nose, half oreo and hershey kiss for hat
Orange melted chocolate for dipping, green tic tac for stem, edible pen for jack o’lantern face
Black/dark brown chocolate for dipping, mini chocolate morsels for ears, various sprinkles for eyes and nose
Brown chocolate for dipping and creating fur (try a toothpick to pull back chocolate like hair), various sprinkles for eyes, teeth and nose
White chocolate for dipping (clump at base of lollipop to create shape of ghost), edible pen for face
Black/dark brown chocolate for dipping, black licorice pinwheels for legs, sprinkles for eyes
You MUST check out Bakerella’s site for Frankenstein, bats, one-eyed purple people eaters, skulls and a spoooooky version of SCREAM from the movie!