Happy Valentine's Day, Friends! Check out these pink heart-shaped cake pops I made. I followed Bakerella's cake ball/cake pop/cupcake pop fundamentals. I actually was originally going to make the "Sweet Hearts" from Bakerella's Cake Pops book (conversation heart cake pops), but halfway through I decided to take an alternate route. I went with pink heart shaped cake pops. I painted on a smaller heart with a little bit of corn syrup and dipped it in a hot pink sparkling sugar to get the double heart look.
From there, I couldn't make up my mind with all the fun new sprinkles that I got from Tia. Sprinkle heaven.
I made some basic round cake pops and twirled them around in the mini red, white, and pink heart-shaped quins.
I rolled some cake pops in light pink and red sparkling sugar. I tried my hand at a few valentine's day cupcake pops.
Oh, and the chocolate covered cake balls with drizzles of pink candy coating.
I guess I kind of went cake pop crazy.
It's like a bouquet of cake pops!
I tried to make these in a hurry, so I used a box of confetti cake mix left over from when Cole made me my birthday cake. I understand why Bakerella uses the mix. The consistency is pretty priceless. Plus, I secretly love me some confetti cake. Here's a glimpse of the inside of the cake pop.
Here's a glimpse of the man behind the bite. And the lens. (Hence why I'm in love with all these pictures. I couldn't narrow it down any further. I apologize for the cake pop picture overload.)
In other cute news, I got a few adorable hand-crafted Valentine's this year. I love homemade Valentine's Day cards. Here's one from MadieBaby. Cole thought this one was "straight outta Billy Madison". ( That's a compliment.)