Cake pop designs are still hugely popular, because they're easy to make – and, perhaps more importantly, easy to decorate. You can get so crazy with cake pop designs, whether you love Disney characters, edible glitter, or gorgeous sugar pearls. Check out these incredible cake pops and see if you're not tempted to start your very own bakery!
Even though we just passed the Fourth of July in the states, there's no reason you can't start looking into cake pop designs for next year! These are super festive, and super yummy!
These tea party cake pops are everything – everything! Perfect for a tea party, a birthday party, or just because, they'll instantly make you smile!
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When you have a special occasion, like a wedding or a holiday party, you can't go wrong with glitter. Otherwise, cake pops like these are ridiculously easy to decorate – you just need a little glam!
Every Disney lover has to try these. They're like the beloved Mickey Mouse ice cream bars, except smaller, cuter, and made of cake.
From the pearls to the sticks, these cake pops are gorgeous. They'd be great for a wedding as well, or a really special party, like a Sweet 16.
Truthfully, these cake pops are ideal for any occasion where you want something pretty, pink, and delicious. Say, a Monday.
If you want elegance with royal flair, make these. The details are gorgeous, but the technique is so easy that this probably won't turn into a Pinterest fail. (Probably.)
I'm not precisely sure what “disco dip” is, but I think we need it in our lives, don't you? Because it turns out gorgeous.
If you're a baseball lover or want to make desserts for the big game, cake pops lend themselves very well to baseball. Ditto basketball and soccer, but not so much football and hockey.
If you can't enjoy the real thing, at least you can munch on a reasonable facsimile. These are perfect just-because, but they'd also fit right into a beach bash or seaside wedding.
The holiday season always cries out for desserts. No matter what holiday you celebrate, you could easily create a cake pop for it, but I advise using lots of sprinkles.
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There's no reason not to get fancy with your cake pops. Wouldn't you love to create edible works of art like these?
Being a fan of pink, there's absolutely nothing I don't love about these. They're pretty and precious and with a change of color, you could make them work for any holiday or special occasion.
But who needs a special occasion, really? Go festive for absolutely no reason, just make sure that you include lots of swirls, dots, and sprinkles in your designs.
Here's another picture perfect design for Christmas. How precious are these edible silver bells?
Lots of animals lend themselves well to cake pops as well, but there's nothing as adorable as these little monkeys. They're so cheeky!
Rudolph comes close, though. Doesn't he look beyond happy to be a cake pop?
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Next Valentine's Day, forget about that heart-shaped box of chocolates or those chalky candy hearts. These bears and their sweet messages are all you need to win over your crush.
Recognize that signature bow? Although these cake pops are just inspired by Hello Kitty, I think recreating her adorable face would be incredibly easy.
These cake pops were inspired by wedding invites from Wedding Paper Divas. Whatever your invites look like, I love the idea of tying your cake pops into the theme.
There are loads of Christmas-themed cake pops, but I think these are my favorite. They'll take some work, but they bring the Nutcracker magic right to the fore!
There is nothing better than cake pops shaped like puppies. These win the world.
Honestly, these make great summertime cake pops in general. Forget drinking when you can eat a cake pop that looks like a drink.
I'm a sucker for pink anyway, but these cake pops are so precious and pretty that I think I just got a cavity. Those flowers!
This cake pop design could easily kill the market for chocolate eggs and bunnies. Those ears are maybe the cutest things I've ever seen in my life.
Honestly, these cake pops would work any time you want to give someone roses but want your gift to be a little more substantial. Pretty to look at, delicious to eat – it's a win/win situation.
And finally, these win the internet. The Lorax is a cake pop and your argument is invalid.
Cake pops really are easy to make, once you get the hang of them. Well, the decorating takes some practice, but who cares, because cake! What's the best and worst cake pop you've ever made or seen?
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