How to Make Elmo Cake Pops

I'm planning an Elmo Birthday Party

I made these cake pops from Bakerella

This is my version

It was surprisingly EASY!
Here's what I used:

All items purchased at Wal-mart
This was my practice run before the BIG day
I used tictacs instead of jelly beans but I will be using
jelly beans for the BIG day
Snap a chocolate melt in half and 'paint' pupils
Bake cake after cake cools crumble and mix in frosting
Roll cake into balls (45-50) and chill.
Then dip sticks in frosting and insert in balls
I found this at Wal-mart on the clearance aisle!
Icing was ALOT easy for me that red candy melts.
Frost, apply face and ENJOY!!
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Stay tuned for my Elmo Pinata Tutorial!



Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue said...

This is so adorable! Looks like it will be a fun party!

Jennifer said...

Your cake pops look really good!!!!

Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

Looks great and so cute! Thanks for following. I am following you back. Have a great evening.
Bonnie :)

ificould said...

So cute! Good job!

Staci J said...

How cute are those pops!! Great job!
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Anonymous said...

Super cute!!

Charlene said...

Here from new friend friday.....Love those Elmo cake pops, soooo cute!

Chelsey - The Paper Mama said...

Wow! Those are pretty cute! And, they look tasty! It's so nice to meet you! Visiting from the Girl Creative. :)

Amy said...

Hi! I am coming in from NFF and am your newest follower. Please stop by my blog if you get a chance.

Cute cake pops! I have never seen the Elmo ones, but they look DELiSH.

Caroline said...

Oh this is too cute ! Thanks for sharing this tutorial. I wish I had known this when my little bug was such a big Elmo fan


Stephani said...

I love Elmo! He was always my favorite Sesame character.

Thanks for linking up today!

Dawn said...

hey girl! these are adorable!I am your newest follower from FF :) Have a great weekend!

Erin said...

So darn cute! I bet they were a giant hit!!!

Marissa said...

wow, you're good! I love Bakerella's cake pops but have never attempted them myself...whew, I'm impressed! And the pinata...doesn't get any cuter than that :)

Sofia said...

Following you from MBC! Come visit and follow back!

Natalie said...

NFF from the girl creative!

Great tutorial, those are super cute! :)

Ma What's 4 dinner said...

Those are awesome and my kids would love them!!! Newest follower here from the Friday Follows. Hope you'll swing by and return the favor. Can't wait to come back here again. Have a great weekend.

Lots of yummy love,
Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

How cute is that???
another friday's favorite :-)

Barefoot Mommy said...

Those are adorable! I'm going to have to try those with my kiddos!

I'm a new follower from FFF! Hope to see you stop by TBM soon!

Sarah P. said...

I love this blog! I found you on Trendy Treehouse new friend Friday. I'll be following!

Terrell said...

Way creative!! I just love these!! I'm happy to be your newest follower of your delightful blog and I'd love to have you as a friend at Frou Frou Decor! I would also like to invite you to my weekly link party - Fabulous Friday Finds! I hope you stop's tons of fun!
~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

Chana said...

Any gal who does a post about cake pops, is a friend of mine!! I just did a cake pop post a few weeks back too! Happy to be your newest follower from NFF...hope you can swing by my blog and share the love:)

Anonymous said...

Hello. Found you on Friendly Friday Follow, following from EcoModern Mom. Have a great weekend.

Stacey @

Self Sagacity said...

Following you from Friday Trendy Treehouse, would appreciate a follow back, trying to build a following. Thanks! What kid wouldn't love the Elmo? Perfect idea.

Anonymous said...

if only i lived in America. im ten turning 11 in two weeks i lurv elmo but i dont watch him

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