Dog Cake Pops Tutorial - Moms & Munchkins
These dog cake pops are almost too cute to eat! Our contributor Deanna walks us through the step-by-step process of creating these adorable desserts.
Whether you dream of baking dazzling desserts, cooking the perfect bird or you just need to figure out what to bring to all those Friendsgiving feasts, with these foolproof essentials and handy grocery lists, you'll be able to pull it all together without pulling out your hair—promise!
Marshmallow Sheep Pops
Marshmallow, coconut and chocolate sheep on a stick! What could be sweeter?! Marshmallow Sheep Pops You will need Lollipop sticks Marshmallows Shredded coconut Melted white chocolate chips (or candy melts) Tootsie rolls Sequin confetti sprinkles Yellow heart confetti sprinkles Black edible marker (or black food coloring and a fine tip paintbrush/toothpick) Directions Using the heat of your hands, knead tootsie roll until pliable and shape 1 head (ball- you can also use a malted milk ball…
Lamb Marshmallow Pops
Lambs are so fluffy on the outside ... but these lambs are fluffy marshmallows on the inside. Yes, I am still obsessed with jumbo marshmallows and that's why I made Lamb Marshmallow Pops! It is hard to tell from the photo, but the lamb on the left is made with a jumbo marshmallow and the lamb…
Leprechaun Hat Snacks for preschool snack. I used Keebler Fudge stripe cookies, jumbo marshmallows dipped in melted chocolate chips and writing frosting to add hat band and shamrock decoration.
panda cupcakes...Use a giant marshmallow for a head with the point as a nose Cut a miniature oreo in half and apply as ears Use two small chocolate lollies as eyes – stick these on to oval shaped parts of the oreo biscuit Using chocolate icing, create a nose and mouth Cut 2 regular oreos in half and use as arms and legs
Mario Themed Birthday Party
Well the party was last night and it was a huge success! Not only did my husband love it, but so did all of the guests. This post is going to be mostly...