Saturday, October 19, 2013

witchy pretzel fudge cake pops

i got something crazy for you today.
it started with a vision in my head that i couldn't get out.

look:ooo! she's got a big head.
wanna see how she came to be?a lot of steps?

well, maybe but you'll be happy with the end result i think...

anywho,
freeze your pyramid fudge shapes and make some more but this time use cake pop dough. make only half of the number of fudge shapes you made. (you'll see why in a sec)

btw that bakerella triangle mold's from toys r us. 
it's supposed to be a child's toy.
perfect for me.

and sugar sheets can be found at michael's, joann's or walmart. 
you punch shapes out of them with special hole punchers.
fun stuff.

let's get more fun stuff together.
 grab some other stuff not shown but don't use the starburst that is shown
:>P 
and do this:
put your little brooms aside for now and grab your frozen fudge and some lollipop sticks.

these polka dot green ones are from a strawberry cake pop kit i had a while ago. but you can use any lollipop stick of course.
now it's time to use the cake pops and sugar sheets.
sorry about the mixed up order of pics there 
(switch pic 4 and 5 around)...
i only used the black marker for these guys instead of the red one pictured above on the tray.

now you'll need something else not pictured 
cuz i do my crafts on a whim:
and NOW you are done!
with what you say?
take a look:
oh no!
so that's what they were worried about!
stay alert witches stay alert!
oh no! Eureeka pay attention!
source
what kind of curse is that? 
oh my gosh i forgot you were missing the eye of newt!

so now what's gonna happen to the mob?!
source
oh you witches are so smart.














18 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh - you are HILARIOUS! These are priceless! And, as always, the little story you tell is a hoot! I am glad you credited "sources" that are scholarly and accurate! LOL And, hey, if I didn't already know that your recipes are precise and that you are a nurse - which means, by default, that you are a smart lady, I'd be scratchin' my noodle over "Grab some other stuff not shown but don't use the Starburst that is shown." But I'm not. I'm laughing out loud!
    I love how you added the broom - (see source!) otherwise it's just another cake pop. But not when it's Lisa's cake pop! (She was born on Halloween, that's why!)

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    1. oh J your comments are such a joy to read! this crazy story only came to be when i saw that witch on the tree! i never ever know what i'm going to write about , i just take a bunch of pictures of my crafts and go with it! i think it comes from sleep deprivation from doing my nursing job and crafting all night and all weekend. lol thank you so much again and again

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  2. Wow, the details you included in your witches are amazing. Love the warts.

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    1. the details the details! oh Beth these details almost killed me cuz i really wasn't sure how this was going to look. that's why i originally got the starburst candy because i was going to make buckles for their hats but then i got too tired and thought they were just fine without them! haha :>D

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  3. Seeing these witches first thing in the morning makes me...........hungry! Seriously, they are so cleverly done, but with such yummy stuff!!! Ah, girl, where do you find the time???!!!! You are awesome, you know! Your BBFF forever, Dona

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    1. finding time is probably the hardest thing about making all my crafts Dona! so i gave up TV and laundry...dang i wish i gave up laundry haha but i don't hardly watch any TV! i figure if something happens in the news i will read about it on the blogs! that explains why i'm such a dummy when it comes to wordly news! :>O thank you sooo much my BBFF Dona! :)

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  4. I love it Lisa! Witches are my all time favorite for Halloween, as a matter of fact, I'm a witch every halloween to give out candy to the kids, this is obviously advance decorating to me, lol...I have a short attention span, but I enjoy looking and admiring yours! Thank you so much for sharing your cute and fudgy recipe!

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    1. hey Witch Lizy! so happy you dropped by again! i was always spooked as a kid when there was a witch giving out candy. i always made my brother go get the candy for me. nowadays i always dress up for trick or treat night making wonderful memories like you do for all the little kiddies. heeheeheehee!!! i LOVE it! so much fun isn't it?! :>D

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  5. You really know how to fly!!! It's like reading a crafty comic! :)

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    1. and you really know how to make me smile Kim! hey i love that you called them crafty comics too! I just might have to use that name for my insanity! HA!

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  6. Lisa,
    The finished produce and tutorial are awesome, and your comic/cartoon is hilarious as usual! My favorite - the witch that ran into the tree!

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    1. HAHA! thank you so much The Crafting Foodie! so happy you understand my crazed sense of humor! still wondering why they call it "sense"?..hmmm...:>O

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  7. You're killing me Lisa! These are great! I love the 3 triangles to make up the witches. I never would have thought of that! Amazing job. I love everything about them!

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    1. pay back's heck Karyn! you kill me with your decadent desserts every week! heeheehee :>D
      thank you ever SO much! they were so fun to make :)

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  8. Very fun! I like the shredded wheat broom, so creative! The witches just look super cute to me, even with the mole!

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    1. thank you Michelle! i can't seem to make evil looking things, try as i might, but that suits me just fine! :)

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  9. As always, super fun to read!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at #CraftyOctober on The Purple Pumpkin Blog ^_^

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    1. and you, as always, are always so sweet Michelle! :)

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thanks for sharing your thoughts today! i'd give you a donut if i could 😉!