Sunday, October 30, 2016

Pokemon Balls

Gotta catch 'em all...with your Pokémon Poké ball pops!! I really liked getting creative with this order. Making the Poké balls was an idea suggested by a customer. I piped on the fine details with melted chocolate. My little Pokémon trainers gave them two thumbs up.

Soccer Ball Special

Soccer balls for the end of the season team party. These were a real challenge for me. Making the details on each soccer ball was really difficult. First, I tried cutting hexagon shapes out of black fondant. Then, I tried drawing on hexagon shapes with a cookie decorating marker. I finally settled on piping the details with melted chocolate. The members of the team each got a soccer ball pop and the siblings each got a green sprinkle pop. Each cake pop was individually wrapped, so they could be passed out easily after the game.

90th Birthday Special

Custom birthday cake pops! I tried out birthday candles in these cake pops for a special 90th birthday party. I realty liked the contrast of the lighter blue chocolate coating with the dark blue sprinkles. The number can be customized as needed. I think these cake pops would be really cute for an adult birthday party with or without the candles. Because these pops where much taller with the candles on top, I used a decorated mason jar for delivery and serving.

Packaging My Lollicakes

As my first orders came in this week, I tried various options for packaging and delivery. What I have discovered so far is that some packing works for certain orders, but not for others. Packaging will have to be order specific.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Halloween Cake Pops!

For Halloween this year, I made a collection of ghost, spider and pumpkin cake pops on straws sticks. Colorful, cute and super fun! Everyone loved them!!

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Birthday Party pops

For my children's birthday parties, I love to make basic cake pops to match the theme of the party. Children love them! They add a nice extra touch for the dessert table. They can be used as favors too.

Graduation Party Pops

This year in our family, we had two high school graduations and one college graduation. We used the cake pops as decorative centerpieces on the tables and on the main dessert table. With these pops, I used colored straws and a mixture chocolate and sprinkles for the school colors. The cake was a contrasting color from the chocolate coating and decorations on top. For example, all of the white chocolate pops were chocolate cake. Tins and mason jars were used for displaying on the tables.

University of Wisconsin cake pops

Ohio University cake pops

(Cake pops only. Cake was bought from a bakery.)

About Lori's Lollicakes

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Lori's Lollicakes is a home bakery specializing in artisan cake pops and more serving the south metro Denver area. My "lollicakes" or cake pops make great treats or favors for birthday parties, sporting events, weddings, showers, graduation parties, holiday parties, new baby gender reveal or any special occasion. Excellent for thank you or appreciation gifts. Children young and old love them!!

If you have a creative idea that you don't see listed, let me know and I will see what I can do. I am open to trying out something new!!

A variety of colors are available for the chocolate coating and sprinkles. Colored chocolate is "white chocolate" flavored. If you prefer your pops are coated in milk or dark chocolate, please specify. However, Milk and Dark chocolate coating does not come in colors.

Allergy Alert:
Products contain and are processed in a kitchen that uses the following: Wheat, Dairy, Eggs, Corn, Soy, Nuts, Tree Nuts, and/or traces of nuts.

Products are made in a Cottage Food Operation that is not subject to state food safety inspections.

My cake pops come in a single box. Please specify if you would like them individually wrapped for party favors.  I recommend using a cake pop stand or mason jars for displaying your cake pops. Containers, mason jars, stands, and buckets shown in the photos are not included.

Do not freeze prior to the event. Cake pops will stay fresh at room temperature on the day of your event, but should remain out of heat or direct sunlight to prevent the chocolate coating from melting. Leftovers can be frozen for up to a month, but please be aware that as the frozen cake thaws, the condensation that develops may cause the chocolate coating to run or sweat.

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