Amazing Cupcake Pops from Bakerella

PHOTO: Bakerella's snowman cake pops are shown here.

Angie Dudley, founder of and author of the the book "Cake Pops: Tips, Tricks, and Recipes for More Than 40 Irresistible Mini Treats", shares some of her favorite cake pops with us.

Whether you love the Muppets or Mr.Potato Head, you'll be dying to make one of Dudley's incredible creations. Click on the links for her how-to instructions.

PHOTO: Bakerella's sheep cake pops are shown here.
Counting Sheep

These cake pop sheep are made with candy pearls and tiny hearts. Make sure the candy coating is semi-set before dipping the pops in the pearls.

PHOTO: Bakerella's reindeer cake pops are shown here.
Red-Nose Reindeer

Alphabet pretzels give these reindeer their antlers. Red candy-coated chocolates make the perfect nose for Rudolph.

PHOTO: Bakerella's snowman cake pops are shown here.
Frosty the Snowman

These snowmen cake pops are a little more difficult to make, but worth the extra effort. Orange gumdrops and thin pasta noodles make frosty's pipe.

PHOTO: Bakerella's Mr.Potato Head cake pops are shown here.
Mr. Potato Head

A popular Toy Story 3 character, Mr. Potato Head has taken the form of a cake pop. His nose is made from peanut butter morsels and his hat is made of Junior Mints candy.

PHOTO: Bakerella's Muppets cake pops are shown here.
Muppet Mania

Fans of the Muppets will love these amazing pops. Fozzie's hat is made from a peanut butter cup, and Miss Piggy's hair is made with layered white chocolate.

PHOTO: Bakerella's Garfield cake pops are shown here.
Everyone's Favorite Cat

The ears on these Garfield cake pops are made from broken pieces of candy corn. White M&M's candies give Garfield those big eyes everyone loves.

PHOTO: Bakerella's nutcracker cake pops are shown here.
A Cupcake Nutcracker

These wonderful holiday nutcrackers are two cake pops in one. Learn how to make the mini cupcakes on the nutcracker's head, here.

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