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The 6 Coolest Easter Cake Pops

Easter Bunny Cake Pops

Thanks to Angie, the genius behind Bakerella and her cake pops, there is now a pop for nearly every season. I know we, for one, have a blast making them at home and really love getting creative. Since I know a lot of you love cake pops like we do I decided to look around and find some great cake pop inspiration. How about some cool Easter egg cakes pops, or ones that look like bunnies? I think these would be a blast to serve up next Sunday to kids while parents eat their formal dinner. Have you ever made Easter cake pops? Do share!

 

Photo: Bakerella

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  • Cute Bunnies! 1 of 6
    Cute Bunnies!
    These cute bunnies come with a terrific tutorial and are made with festive strawberry cake. Courtesy of Full Fork Ahead.
  • Bunny Cake Pops 2 of 6
    Bunny Cake Pops
    Originally used to propose through Bakerella's blog (fun!), these wedding cake pops would be a cute idea for a less traditional approach to cake, but still remaining within the cake theme. No plates or silverware required. Courtesy of Bakerella.
  • Easter Basket Cake Pops 3 of 6
    Easter Basket Cake Pops
    These terrific Easter basket cake pops are a Courtesy of Moscat Mom.
  • Adorable Easter Lambs 4 of 6
    Adorable Easter Lambs
    These adorable Easter lambs are so much fun to make and nearly too cute to eat! Courtesy of Bakerella.
  • Spring Chicks Cake Pops 5 of 6
    Spring Chicks Cake Pops
    Have some fun with these spring chickens. Herald in Easter AND spring in one bite! Courtesy of Bakerella.
  • Gorgeous Easter Eggs 6 of 6
    Gorgeous Easter Eggs
    These gorgeous Easter egg cake pops are rolled in all kinds of sprinkles and sugar to create eye-popping colors. Courtesy of Modern Foodie.

Some more interesting posts:

8 New Ways to Bake Eggs for Breakfast

9 Ways to Save Money on Easter Dinner

10 Simple Healthy Spring Recipes to Teach Kids Cooking

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