Snowglobe Cakepops

Another 2013 project and my very first attempt at cakepops! (I assure you, they got better as time went). My little sister tackled this project with me around Christmas time  — same time as the Peanut Butter Cup Christmas Trees, Penguin Cakepops and Snowman Cakepops.

Each Snowglobe consisted of Red Velvet Cake and Vanilla Frosting rolled into a ball, dipped in Red Candy Melts, stacked on top of 1 mini Reeces Peanut Butter Cup and embellished with White Crystal Sprinkles.

Snowglobe Cakepops | courtneyscakepops

I wouldn’t consider these ones “sell-worthy”, but for first timers, my sister and I were fairly happy. But they WERE delicious!


4 thoughts on “Snowglobe Cakepops

  1. Do I understand that you take baked cake (in your case Red Velvet) and roll it with frosting to create the ball shape? I was wondered how you baked them into orbs, so that must be the trick, correct?


    1. Correct! It only takes about 2 tablespoons of frosting to an entire 9×13 cake pan — the more you knead it, the more it will turn into playdough consistency; then you can shape it into anything you want! Just remember you can always add more frosting, but it’s hard to take away so I suggest you start with no more than 1.5-2 tablespoons of frosting and add little by little if you need more. You don’t want the cake to be too sticky otherwise they won’t hold up on the lollipop stick 🙂


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