It’s February 1st – You Know What That Means!

This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. My family eats much healthier than this nowadays, but I include this post for memories and history. I hope you enjoy the content!

Valentine’s Day is in 2 weeks.  The dreaded holiday for my husband but one of my favorites!  Probably mostly because it’s a different excuse to eat lots of little heart candies…

and cake pops!

I made these over the weekend.

And I was finally able to use Mike’s cake pop platform he made for me a few months ago.  We tried to get it ready for the last ones I made, but the paint wasn’t quite dry enough.

I LOVE IT!

See those two smaller sections?  Well, they are removable for 1) smaller platforms and 2) more holes in the main one.

My favorite part of cake pops is sharing it with as many people as possible.  Not counting the 20+ Mike ate the day I made them (no exaggeration), I packaged them all up and brought them to church with me on Sunday.  It was a blast handing them out to random people all morning!

Like I mentioned last time, these do take more time to complete than most desserts, so I’ll probably just stick to the few-times-a-year plan.  Nonetheless, they are very fun to create!

 

 

What are your plans for Valentine’s Day?

P.S. In the middle of this post, I ran out of free Blogger photo space.  I guess that means I’m a blogging machine!

9 thoughts on “It’s February 1st – You Know What That Means!

  1. buzzed it! Loved it! And your platform is pretty too!

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  2. These are absolutely adorable. One day – I'll get good at making suckers (pops). Maybe when I start having kids? I'm going to encourage my uncle to make me one of those stands. Nice work!

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  3. Oh these are so sweet and pretty!

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  4. Oh boy I love cake pops! And yours turned out so good. I can never get mine to look that pretty!! Thanks so much for entering the giveaway over on my blog. Good luck and so nice to meet you!!

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  5. These are just precious. Beautiful job.

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  6. These heart cake pops are darling 🙂

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  7. And they just look so pretty, just love them.Valentine's is a big deal around our house, it is my birthday, poor hubby is doomed.

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  8. So pretty! They do look a little labor-intensive, but worth the effort. I'd love to bite into one right about now . . .

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  9. these are so adorable. thanks for sharing

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