Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Barbie Doll Cake Pops♥

Barbie Doll Cake Pops♥
By: Amanda Cupcake

I received an invitation to play.... 
with cake pops, sprinkles, frosting and glitter.

I wish you could have been there with me when I had my Barbie Epiphany!

I didn't want to make cake pops that were shaped like Barbie's head.  Barbie is perfection. Who would want to take a bite out of her beautiful face?

My Barbie Epiphany:
Did you ever receive a Barbie Doll Cake when you were little?
You know, the skirt is the cake and a pretty Barbie doll is jumping out of your birthday cake? The only drama was deciding if you were going to eat..or play?

Or maybe that's what I asked myself when I created this cake pop.
Eat..or play?

I used this brownie pop mold from Wilton to turn my cake pop crumbles....

into Barbie skirts!

Barbie's accessories: Pearl sized sixlets, pink candy melt ruffles, sparkles.

And I figured.. if you can make *cupcake toppers* why can't you make *cake pop* toppers?

I printed Barbie paper doll cutouts on cardstock, hot glued them to sticks and inserted them into the cake pops immediately after dipping them in the pink candy melts.

And this is how Barbie turns into a cake pop.
No eating of Barbie's head necessary!

My next inspiration...
to make cake pops of me and all my friends..wearing tu-tus!
(as pictured here in my pink tu-tu by Mir Tutu with a fabulous cupcake friend of mine)

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At March 31, 2012 at 6:53 PM , Blogger Novianty said...

wawww, so inspiring! love it!


At April 15, 2012 at 7:34 PM , Blogger Amanda Cupcake said...

Thank you!!! xoxo :)))

At April 29, 2012 at 9:44 AM , Blogger nothanks said...

on of my all time favorite birthday cakes was the pink and purple Barbie cake I got when I was all of 7. A neighbor who moolighted as a cake decorator, made this fantastic tiered skirt out of the creamiest frosting ever.a bodice and a cute crystalized hair piece out of the lil frosting roses. and the bonus was the awesome doll stuck in it:)
I loooooove these!

At April 23, 2015 at 7:20 AM , Blogger Sarah said...

How did you physically make the cake pops in the mold. I want to make these for my daughter's birthday party. Do you turn your cake crumbles and frosting mix and put them in and stick them in the fridge to harden a little or did you bake them into the wilton brownie silicone pan?

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