We’ve made rocky road cake pops before, but with these I was literally just using up what we had in the cupboard so I got the kids to smash me up some digestive biscuits by putting them in a sealable bag and using a rolling pin to bash them. the I added some melted butter, icing sugar and some chopped up marshmallows. I didn’t weigh or measure anything just added butter until the consistency seemed about right.
We then moulded the mixture around some cake pop sticks and left in the fridge overnight, by which time they were very solid.
We then rolled out some ready to roll icing and carefully moulded it around the cake pops.
Z and H then decorated them using smarties and a black icing pen.
I might have helped a little with these ones.
This is a blog hop, hosted by:
Rainy Day Mum, Here Come the Girls, Domestic Goddesque, Emmys Mummy, Playfullearners, Jennifer’s Little World, AngeliqueFelix, Fabmums, Red Ted Art, Mummy Mummy Mum!, Me and My Shadow, Taming the Goblin, Creative Playhouse
Those are amazing! I really do need to get a cake pop maker, I think that we could have some serious fun with one
Oh yes, I’d like a cake pop maker too!
Ooooh I love your pumpkin cake pops. It’s got me thinking what to make for halloween now.
oooh can’t wait to see
These are so cute! You make creating them look easy.
They were ok actually…easier than with cake!
Well done you, they look brilliant! So pleased for you and Kerry last night! Congratulations! 🙂 xx
they look fab Emma x
maggy, red ted art
You know I love these, don’t you?! Will feature on Life at The Zoo!!
Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty! Off to pin.
Thanks Maggy. x
My kind of recipe, made up as you go along with no measuring. Fab results! Love the blog hop ideas too 🙂
I love these, they are ace! I’ve been wondering how to decorate the cake pops for the toddler group Hallowe’en party, these are excellent.
Glad you like them. x
I love these. Never tried cake pops before but will have to now 🙂
They were good. x
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Well done on gathering odds and sods from the cupboard to make these cake pops. I love crafts around the time of Halloween, especially tasty ones like these! Great idea to have these out if you’re hosting a Halloween house party too.
Thank you xx
Oh, how fun!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!
My children get excited about Halloween as well. I end up buying cakes but this time round I might try some of the ones you have detailed here.
They were surprisingly easy!
Emma you are clever these look brilliant and the green ones with the eyeballs look very alien like! thanks for linking up and now i see there is a blog hop i may have to link up my cake! x
oh yes do!
Mum of One
They look brilliant!
Oh thank you.
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Neat idea. Love the Halloween Cake Pops.
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