Tuesday, May 13, 2014

diploma cake pops

hey!
you don't know this but i just enrolled 
you in a cake pop class.
  
just grab your baked cake, pulverize it, mix it with your favorite frosting just enough to form a dough then:
thingies.
or logs or whatever. sorry. 
guess my lesson plan needs improvement...
anyway, chill the logs til firm.
in the meantime,
then when the pops are firm enough,


now you may think you are done but guess what?
if you really are not into making cake pops, 
i have a shortcut for you cuz you are such a great student.
you can make these as rice krispie rolls or vanilla fudge or even cut up pirouline cookies instead of making cake pops.
yay for short cuts!

so hey!
look at that. you passed with flying colors.
in fact as figured, you are at the top of your class and have now graduated :)
i now congratulate you on your new cake pop diploma!
or is it diploma cake pop?
either way,
don't you wish school was that easy?



22 comments:

  1. CONGRATS on such cute little diplomas - everyone should have these at their party!

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    1. thank you Kim! i'm trying to make grad treats and using other items besides the usual grad cap but it's not easy! lol fortunately these were pretty easy though :)

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  2. How cool are these! Almost to cute to eat..almost, haha. I love cake!

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    1. thank you Leslie! at first i was trying to figure out how to make a rolled up treat then i came to my senses and said it's easier just to draw it instead! lol :>D

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  3. These would be adorable alongside Beth's (Hungry Happenings) graduate caps!

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    1. thank you again and again J! and oh that's a dream come true to share a party with The Amazing Beth! :)

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  4. Another cute idea! Love it! :)

    Thanks again for joining the Link Up this week!

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  5. Hi Lisa - Adorable as always. They even look easy enough for me to make. I wish my niece didn't live 3,000 miles away but otherwise we don't have any grads to share with this year. Pinned! Hugs, Holly

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    1. awww, thank you Holly! wow that's some mileage between you and your niece! i made these for a friend as my kids have a few years yet to graduate themselves but before ya know it that day will come since time just flies anymore-yikes! :>O

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  6. These are adorable, Lisa!

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    1. hooray! you came by again Sue! thank you ever so much :)

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  7. Love these. I have kids in the family that will be graduating soon and these would be so fun to make for them.

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    1. YAY! i'm stoked you're thinking of making them Erlene! that's the best compliment :)

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  8. Those look so amazing! And yummy, too!!

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    1. thank you Michelle! they are yummy but i still think i need to branch out and make different flavors other than vanilla. LOL :)

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  9. Oh my heck! This is awesome! Thanks for linking up to the Feature Friday Linky Party!

    Danielle @ Blissful and Domestic
    www.blissfulanddomestic.com

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    1. oh my thank you so much Danielle! and i almost didn't post these cuz i thought they were boring-lol :>D

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  10. These are too cute--thanks for the idea! Pinning! :)

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    1. YAY! thank you so much Dee M! they're actually one of the easiest cake pops i've done :)

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  11. Thanks so much for Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Have a great week.
    Debi and Charly

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    1. thank you for stopping by Debi and Charly! i appreciate your party every week :)

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your comment warms my heart on any winter day :)