This was time consuming! I just followed the basic steps on how to make cake pops from Bakerella and shaped them based on the character.
Brobee was one of the simple ones to make. He's a round cake pop dipped in green candy melts. I used jumbo red heart sprinkles for his... um, hair? Horns? What is it? I drew his unibrow with a black edible marker, I did this first so I wouldn't put the edible candy eyeballs too high, I used Karo light corn syrup and a brush to glue the eyes on and I piped his mouth with red candy melts.
Plex was a little trickier because I wasn't sure what I could use for the black part of his face. I found this small square candy mold, piped black candy melts in the mold and popped them out. Once I dipped Plex in the yellow candy melts, I stuck the black square candy on, placed a red m&m on top and let it dry. Once dried, I glued on the eyes.
Muno! He was my favorite to do. I dipped him in red and sprinkled him with red nonpareil sprinkles and let him dry. I felt like I scored when I found these extra large size candy eyes at my local specialty cake store, Classic Cake. I tried different versions for his mouth, but I didn't like how they came out so I left it out.
I left the ladies for last. Foofa's head is shaped like a tear drop. Once dipped, I placed the white Jumbo Daisy Sprinkles on the tip of her head. I let her dry, glued on her eyes and used the edible marker to draw on eyelashes and lips.
Toodee was the hardest to do because I just couldn't get her to look exactly like the actual character. I used the medium candy eyes at first, (top picture) but it got humid, she started sweating and and I had to redo her. I used white ghiradelli chocolate chips for her eyes and drew in the eyeballs with an edible pen. I would recommend using giradelli white chocolate chips because they're bigger and flatter than the nestle tollhouse ones. I did use Nestle Tollhouse chips for the ears.
When I finished making them I was so happy, I did a dance! I do like to dance!