Part three actually happened during the Superbowl. I am one of those people that CANNOT sit still and just enjoy myself- my hands must be busy at all times. I've been wanting to practice with Bakerella's cupcake pops for a few weeks now. I plan on making them in Boo's favorite flavors for her b-day party next month. These I made with an almost-expired spice cake and cream cheese frosting, which was ok, but I'm a chocoholic, so I think I was a bit biased.
They were actually quite easy! I think anyone could do it if they had a bit of free time. I did find that letting the top frosting color rest a bit after melting is key, because it's way to runny right out of the microwave and when you flip your cupcake pop back over it all runs down the sides. Bummer.
Hehe. I have way too much fun during naptime.What I'll try next time:
Brownie pops instead of cake, and dark chocolate fudge frosting. Mmmmm.
German Chocolate cake with coconut pecan frosting. Oh gracious Ayla will love those! She loves coconut! And naturally, they will be hot pink and orange, because her party is going to be covered in hot pink and orange polka dots.