Sunday, October 10, 2010

Halloween Vampire Cake pops, you'll be team cake pop after this



Vampires and cake pops seem to be big at the moment so I thought as a Halloween treat I'd combine them and I came up with these Vampire bite cake pops.

One bite from these and you'll definitely be team cake pop like me.

Now I'll have to admit here that I don't actually follow Twilight or a lot of the vampire stuff around at the moment, not because I don't like it I just never have a lot of time to read books or watch TV.

But.......I have managed to read the Sookie Stackhouse novels (True Blood) and I'm totally Team Eric, well book Team Eric all the way.

I'm not really sure why I thought y'all might like to know that, but maybe it's an insight into how I came up with these cake pops, they were inspired by the cover of the dvd box set.

I know your thinking that's just not normal. I see food everywhere, what can I say.



These pops are chocolate cake and vanilla buttercream inside and raspberry flavour chocolate outside, the teeth were made by hand.

I shaped the cake mixture into lip shapes, popped them into the fridge to set, inserted the sticks/pops with some melted chocolate, back into the fridge and then dipped them into some red chocolate flavoured with raspberry. After they were set I added the decorations with ready rolled fondant.

19 comments:

  1. Those are great! Go Team Eric lol

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  2. Cake pops and Eric Northman. Delicious all around.

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  3. Oh Linda! I'm over the moon so delighted with these! I think I'm going to have to make some. These are brilliant! Any tips? :P

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  4. OMG, how fabulous is that??? You put all the rest of us to shame daaahling :D. Pass one over to me. I want one.
    *kisses* HH

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  5. Awesome, scary and delicious at the same time. Great idea and lovely creations!

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  6. So, so clever. It also helps that they sound delicious, too!
    And Eric Northmam is a fantastic reason to slightly give into the vampire craze. But P.S. Alexander Skarsgård >>> book Eric.

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  7. These look brilliant, Linda - nice work!

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  8. These are awesome! I want to make some halloween cake pops in the next few weeks too!

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  9. Great choice for Halloween! You're very patient and talented to make all those teeth by hand.

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  10. Awesome! I'm with you on team eric and team raspberries :)

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  11. osh-by-gosh
    your blog is utterly splendid!
    I just thought you need informing!
    keehee x x

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  12. I LOVE your blog. I just made your Oreo Cookie Truffle Pops. I would love some tips on how to dip them in the choc. so that they are nice and smooth like yours. I linked your blog on my blog. Thought you might like to see. Thanks for the inspiration.

    http://oleanderandpalm.blogspot.com/2010/10/oreo-truffle-pops.html

    Jeran

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  13. What an awesome theme, love your cake pops, very Halloweenesque :)

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  14. I'm obsessed! How perfect... Team Eric for life... Bill is a dork!

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