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Everyone's favorite dessert takes a cheeky new form courtesy of Angie Dudley, at Bakerella.com.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 3148
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  • Issy Missy
    24 MAR, 2013
    Is there any otther substitute i could use for the buttercream !?
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  • Jillylo
    30 NOV, 2012
    Word of advice, add the buttlercream a little at a time, rather than using the entire 2 cups as indicated. I only after having to rebake another cake, ended up using 1/2 cup, if that, of the frosting.
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  • CLo1374
    15 MAR, 2011
    chibbard - you obviously know nothing about making these cake pops. what your describing will NOT work! They will fall apart....
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  • normajeanr50
    9 FEB, 2011
    These are absolutely adorable! I wish I had of seen these last January when my grand-daughter turned one! We went all out for a cupcake birthday party. The capcake pops would have matched everything including the dress I made for her!
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  • kareninflorida
    2 SEP, 2010
    Oh, these are just cake balls that have had the bottom part shaped through a cookie cutter! I thought based on the name, they would actually be mini cupcakes, as chibbard suggested. But then you run the risk of them becoming dry by not mixing the cake w/the frosting. Personally though, I find cake balls way too sweet
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  • chibbard
    30 JUL, 2010
    I love Martha, but I swear, the woman makes things far harder than they need to be. These cupcakes are a good example. While cute, there's no need to bake a cake and mix it up and blah blah blah. Just bake chocolate mini cupcakes (in a mini muffin pan), then stick THAT on a stick and just dip the top of that in a pink-colored chocolate melt. Top with sprinkles and an M
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  • michellebuckner
    22 JUN, 2010
    Ok, I absolutely LOVE these!! I want to make these for my daughter's bday party but I just tried making them and it didnt go very well. You make it look so easy! I dont know what I did wrong but the cake mixture was pretty moist and even after chilling it, it was difficult to shape with the cookie cutter. Any suggestions?
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  • thecupcakequeen
    28 MAR, 2010
    I can't wait to make these for Easter. I hope they turn out good.
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  • JennClark
    27 SEP, 2009
    JennBostedo: I doubt you'll ever see this comment since yours was written a year and a half ago! But I had to tell you anyway- when you described your idea for the chef hats I about died! That is the dang cutest thing! I would love to see how that turned out! Good job!
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  • kikikens
    15 JUN, 2009
    Can't you just use a mini cupcake pan and do this?
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