Fondant Fun

Can you believe it is Thursday already? The week is going by quickly and there is still so much to get done for this Circus party. Today I baked up all round cakes in 10″ x 3″ (almost double the thickness of a regular pan) cake, 2 8″ cakes, a 6″ cake and last but not least I have one of those “ball” pans so I cooked up half of that to create the dome on the top of the “Big Top Tent” which will be the topper to our cake. You can’t even imagine HOW many sticks of butter, cups of sugar, sacks of flour goes into making THIS MANY CAKES WOWZA! Oh and don’t forget about all those egg whites to create white cake with sprinkles which is what this little peanut wanted for her cake of as she says VALLILA  too cute!

Once all those cakes were finished I started on my fondant lion. I had begun using my plain white Marshamallow fondant or MMF and had to color it. Working in small batches I made a few colors.  This is the first time I had done a lion so here he is I think he came out cute.


I also created a seal balancing a ball on his nose, last night however I am going to share when he is ALL done. I need to make his pedestal still.

Tonight I will be busy leveling my cakes (using a in-expensive level from your local hardware store works great!) then getting them all wrapped in plastic wrap and chilled overnight so that tomorrow I can begin the crumb coating and start getting this Circus cake done.

What are you working on? Have you ever played with fondant before? Have some fun pictures you would like to share email them to me.

Have a TASTY night all

We are having a Circus

Today I have been very busy working on some items for the 6th birthday bash we are having for our niece. If you couldn’t tell by the title its a CIRCUS theme party YAY (can you tell I’m excited about it? )  So today I baked up a nice confetti fun cake, rolled and dipped for some clown pops. Here is what I have done on them so far


These are SO cute the kids, and parents, will love them! I’m only doing a dozen since we have LOTS of fun things planned. Check out these what I like to call “MuscleMALLOW” dumbells below. If you click on the picture you’ll get the whole view in there.


Its been quite a productive day here at Tasty Cake Pop. Next up will be to finish our cute little clowns and dumbells and tomorrow afternoon start working on some fondant pieces. Be sure to check back daily to see what is going on.

My crafting started out with scrapbooking, then blossomed to rubber stamping, jewelry and cake. So with that said, I am also doing all the paper items such as banners for the party and popcorn boxes so I need to get those all glued up also. Did I mention the party is this Sunday? OH and they are calling for what could be a “significant snow.” Now just mentioning the word SNOW here in our Nations Capital and everyone FREAKS so please pray that this storm does not arrive until Sunday night as they are talking about, if at all!

Tasty Monday everyone

Holiday Bazaar

We had a great day on Saturday at the MOCO Holiday Bazaar. Thanks to all who came out. Here are some photos from the event. As always our chocolate fudge was our #1 seller followed by the red velvet. Make sure to pre-order your holiday goodies early cake pops make great teacher gifts, your stylist, paper delivery and more. Also stocking stuffers and use the turkeys as name card holders for your holiday dinner. Mention the key words HOLIDAY BAZAAR and get special pricing of single dip $2ea and character pops $3ea. 20131109_081644_resized


Happy Halloween…..a day early!

Tasty Cake Pop wanted to wish you all a happy and most importantly a SAFE Halloween! Tomorrow is such a busy day that I wanted to stop and take a moment to wish you all happy candy hunting! Halloween is also Mrs. CakePops birthday which always means chaos on an already busy day. Are there any other Halloweenie babies out there?? If so Happy Birthday to you also.

We are also gearing up for the holiday season around here with our first big Holiday Bazaar coming up on November 9th.

Montgomery Village Holiday Craft Bazaar
November 9, 2013. Lake Marion Community Center, 8821 East Village Avenue, Montgomery Village, Maryland. (301)948-0110.
Hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. This annual event will host over 50 vendors from the Maryland area, featuring all handmade crafts including, holiday decorations, jewelry, clothing, glass, quilts and more. Admission is FREE.

I really hope to see you there and stay tuned for a secret code that if you mention at the Bazaar you will get a Tasty………….ahhh can’t reveal yet 😀 So be sure to check the blog daily. I will post it sometime between now and November 8th, and it will only go live for a mystery amount of time.

We will be giving a discount to those who come to the show and pre-order their Holiday bouquets, party favors and more so please ask about that the day of.

I am working on some REALLY cute things, will have over 400 pops to share with you all November 9th, and will post a few pictures here and there as they are completed.

Trick or Treat everyone!!

All Hallows Eve is growing near…….

No time in your day to make goodies for upcoming Fall/Halloween parties? NO problem Tasty Cake Pop can take care of that with a click of your mouse. Call or email us today to create that special pop, cupcake or cake (we even do cookies!) for that upcoming party.

Now is the time to get your event on the books with the Holidays drawing near our calendar is filling up quickly. Ask us about our October Special.


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