The Partiologist: Cauldron Cake Pops!

Cauldron Cake Pops!

Today it's all about the cutest cauldron cake pops you'll ever see.  At least on this blog. 

Cauldron Cake Pops
 
Here's the cauldron cake pop magic potion:
Make your favorite cake ball recipe.
 
Dip in black candy melts and sprinkle with black sanding sugar.
 
Easy, right?
 
Now you need to make the flames to get the pot boiling.
 
Use orange, red and yellow fondant.
 
Combine all the colors and roll out to get a swirl pattern.
 
Cut out a round circle to fit the bottom of the cake pop.
 
Use any other cutter or knife and cut out the "Flames".
 
Cut a round hole in the middle for the cake pop stick.
 
Slide flames on the cake pop.
 
Brush the flames with yellow edible disco dust.
 
Are you with me?
 
Time to make the rim to hold the magic potion in.
 
Press out a large rope of black fondant using a clay press.
 
Measure the top of the cake pop for the size of the rim.
 
Wrap the black fondant rope around the outside of the cookie cutter rim.
 
Plop the rim on the top of the cake pop.
 
We're almost finished!
 
Let's fill the cauldron with the potion.
 
Use a large round top and pipe neon green frosting dots on the top and down the sides of the cauldron. 
 
Adding smaller dots at the bottom. 
 
After the frosting has crusted a little, press the points of the dots down. 
 
Sprinkle with edible green disco dust.
 
Abracadabra - You're Finished!
 


Don't you just love tricks on sticks?
 
A few of my favorites from the Flying Broom Society~

34 comments :

  1. I always feel like a winner being able to see all of your wonderful ideas, thanks for sharing! Patty

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  2. Wow, wow, wow, these are the very best cauldron cake pops I've seen. Amazing. I'll be pinning!

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  3. OMG! Your cauldron cake pops are spooktacular! I love them! But, you've never done anything that didn't amaze me!

    Cheeron!!!

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  4. ADORABLE!! You did a fantastic job! (I don't think I could replicate these!)

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    1. Thank you Sara - and I'm thinking you COULD make these!! :)

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  5. I love everything about your caldrons ... my favorite part is the green sparkly potion!!!

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    1. That was my favorite part too and in person they were even more sparkly!! :)

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  6. double double toil and trouble.
    fire burn and cauldron bubble.
    you've got these cake pops lookin' so cute & yummy,
    i bet they'd be great sittin' in my fat tummy!
    heehee :>D

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  7. Seriously...if I get a cake pop that sorta looks round, get it to stay on a stick and just dip it...I think I have accomplished something great! These are so amazing! You are SO talented!

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    1. Ha ha ha - that sorta looks round - I hear ya! :)

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  8. I agree with Maxi...to begin with, your pops are so nice and round! Your cauldrons couldn't be any more perfect!

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    1. Oh Sue, you're so sweet - sometimes, my cake pops are round at all! :)

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  9. Holy cow, those cake pops are amazing!!! The frosting/oozing green bubbles are my favorite! These pops pack some major Halloween fun!

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    1. Glad you could see the sparkly green bubbles - in person they REALLY sparkle!

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  10. Those are truly adorable cauldrons! You did such a great job on them!

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  11. The cauldrons are amazing!! I love the texture you gave them!! And the bubbles...AWESOME!!

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    1. You know how I love a sparkly cauldron! :) Thanks Lisa!

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  12. Fabulous tutorial! Makes me want to try to make some.

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    1. Thanks Tiffany - I think you should go for it! :)

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  13. Perfect...right down to the potion!

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  14. I love these cake pops! The bubbles are so well done! : )

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    1. Thanks Heather - just like at home...when my pots always bubble over!! :)

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  15. The cauldrons are the cutest cake pops I've ever seen! They're so perfect! No doubt, you are a "pop" star !!

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    1. Aww thanks - I am a pop star with pink hair! :)

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  16. Very cute, but disco dust is not edible. It's plastic craft glitter and should be used on decorations that will NOT be eaten.

    For things that will be eaten, edible glitters are made from gum arabic, sanding sugar, or gelatin.

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    1. Thank you for mentioning I did not specify the disco dust I used is indeed edible, I will edit and add the original bottle it came in from Global Sugar Art. The bottle shown, is one I use for sprinkling, so it comes out lightly.

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