HAPPY SPRING EVERYBODY!
These adorable Hatching Chick Cake Pops are easy to make,
and will have your EASTER guests "tweeting" with excitement.
Start by cutting small “v” shapes out of the top of your cake balls to create a cracked egg look. Add the sticks, coat your cake ball in white chocolate, and set aside to dry.
Create your baby chicks using yellow fondant for the body,
orange fondant for the beak, and black edible marker for the eyes.
Dip your little chick in chocolate, attach to your cake pop and decorate.
Next Monday we will be hosting our first ever Beautify It Monday link party! So get your recipes, crafts and fashion posts ready and don't forget to stop by on Monday!
We're linking this at these great blogs!
These chicks are adorable, and I LOVE the display!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
These are too stinkin cute!!!ReplyDelete
These are purely ADORABLE!!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer... From Dream To Reality!!
Your welcome! Be sure to check out our first Beautify It Monday link party, starting this Monday!Delete
So darling! I'd love to have you link this up to my party at http://scrapbookingez.blogspot.com/2012/03/anything-goes-linky-party_15.html if you get a chance. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks. I just linked up and became your newest follower!Delete
Well aren't those cute! I hope you'll link up to my Hippity Hop Easter Project Hop!ReplyDelete
Thanks. I just linked up with your Hippity Hop Easter Project. You've got a great party going on!Delete
Those are so cute! Love them. :)ReplyDelete
Oh My Gosh! These are so adorable! I saw you over at Whatever Goes Wednesday and wanted these at my party. Would you come over to Cast Party Wednesday and share these little cuties with us?ReplyDelete
THANK YOU! ---Sheryl---
Thanks Sheryl. I just linked up and started following you on FB!Delete
Ohhhh they are so cute! I love how you displayed them in the flower pot!ReplyDelete
So cute! I think I want to make these!ReplyDelete
These are so cute!!!! Stopping by from Whimsy Wednesday.ReplyDelete
These are so cute! I love them. I'm so glad you shared these at Whimsy Wednesdays! I liked your facebook page.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking us Jenny. Be sure to stop by again this Monday for our first ever Beautify it Monday!Delete
Oh my these are adorable and yummy looking!ReplyDelete
so cute andiReplyDelete
They are really cute:@)ReplyDelete
These are SOOOOO cute!!! What an adorable Easter treat! Love it, very creative!ReplyDelete
They are sooooo cute!!!ReplyDelete
Stopping by from
Witha @ http://withapinkie.blogspot.com
Absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for linking it up to Fantabulous Friday @ Little Becky Homecky!ReplyDelete
Katie @ Little Becky Homecky
Aaaaawww! Nice job.ReplyDelete
Sarah @ My Project Bag
These are SO adorable! I just love how they turned out! We really appreciate you sharing at our link party and we can't see what you will be up to next week! We hope you will join us again!ReplyDelete
These are very cute! I will have to show my daughter. A few years ago she was a hatching chicken for Halloween.ReplyDelete
Oh, I like it! Marion, from the blog Criações em família & cia.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing your great recipe with Full Plate Thursday. These are just adorable! Hope you are having a great Spring week end and come back to see me real soon!ReplyDelete
These are adorable! Thanks for sharing:)ReplyDelete
Love these!!! So stinkin' cute!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for linking up to my Tuesday party at Jillify It! Hope to see you again on Tuesday!
These are darling!!! :) Thank you for sharing these cuties. I am your newest follower and I would LOVE for you to follow back if you like what you see. http://www.craftycagirl.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! Those little chickies are just about the cutest things EVER! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity, talent and attention to detail at Rook No. 17!ReplyDelete
So cute!! Is the fondant easy to work with?ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Simply Klassic!
Yes Kristin, fondant is super easy to work with. Especially on a projectDelete
Ilike this. It!s like playing with playdough
Oh My Cuteness :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up at friday fun party
Those are the cutest ever chicks! Thanks for showing how to make them. WitReplyDelete
Shing you a wonderful weekend. I hope you'll come back again this weekend and link up. Take care.
You're featured this week on Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy! Hope you will stop by to grab a Featured Button. Can’t wait to see what other project you’ve been working on — link again soon!ReplyDelete
Really adorable. I've featured these today at Sew Can Do - thanks for linking up to the Craftastic Monday Link Party. Be sure to grab a Featured On button from my sidebar! Have a great week:)ReplyDelete
So cute!! And perfect for spring!ReplyDelete
xo caroline @ c.w.frosting