Monday, October 3, 2011

Bachelorette Party!

Can you guess what kind of cake pops I'll be showing based on the title?

Yup, penis cake pops!  My friend had her bachelorette party this past weekend and these were part of the favor bags.  They were a hit!

I used this handy dandy mold my friend bought for me.  It's a Blue Balls Penis Ice Cube Tray, yes this is the actual name and you can get it HERE on amazon.  It works great for cake pops because it's the perfect size, made out of a rubber/silicone material so it bends easily to pop the cake out.

For the pops, I used vanilla cake and vanilla frosting.  Mixed it all together like you'd do a normal cake pop and once cooled just stuff them in the mold.



Once I filled the tray I put back in the refrigerator for about half an hour or until they are cool and firm.  If the cakes are cool enough it's pretty easy to pop out. 


See? Are you giggling?  Me too :P I put them back in the fridge and I get my candy ready.  I used hot pink candy melts from Merckens. 


How hot is that?  Use a bowl deep enough to dip these pops since they're longer than the regular cake pops.  I also used the 6 inch lollipop sticks instead of the 4 inch ones I normally use. 


Ta-da! 

These really are great as favors for bachelorette parties.  They're fun and delicious!

I'm having a special for all my seestars who are getting married!  Email me.

13 comments:

  1. Where did you get the mold from

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  2. Go to naughtycupids.com you find a few molds there.

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  3. I just tried this for a passion party and mine were just falling a part when I put them on the stick and when I tried to dip in chocolate. I tried even freezing them. Didn't work.

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  4. Katy,

    Sorry for replying so late, but you may need to add more frosting. The cake may be too dry.

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  5. *quick tip* I also use this mold to make corset pops. If you flip the penis upside down and cut off the tip, it looks like a woman's boobs and the rest of her torso.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=532449510144882&set=a.429562320433602.103448.429416717114829&type=3&theater

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  6. I used a different dough and mine are stuck...any tips on how to get them out?

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    1. I'm not sure what kind of dough you are using, but it may be too dry. Trying leaving it in the fridge a bit longer or moisten up the dough and remold.

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  7. About how much icing do you use in your mix? I'm having a really hard time getting them out of the mold as well. I even tried spraying the mold with Pam first

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  8. So u don't bake the cake? Just use mix and icing?

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    1. You bake the cake, let it cool, remove the crusts, and then crumble it. You mix in the icing to help it stick together, like glue.

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  9. I am trying the cake pops now...have my first batch in fridge cooling.
    I sure hope they turn out

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