Monday, November 21, 2011

Secret Recipe Club~Turkey Cake Pops!

This month Secret Recipe Club took me to Angie's blog,  Big Bears Wife. Her blog is just wonderful, and it is full of great recipes, giveaways, and crafts. I choose her post on the Turkey Cake Pops. It was a video tutorial, and it was wonderfully done, and easy to understand. Although I have made cake pops before, it was nice to see the method she uses.  

Turkey Cake Pops
Chocolate Cake Mix
Buttercream Icing
Sticks for pops
Pretzel Sticks
Milk Chocolate Chips
Candy Corn
Brown Peanut M and M's
Wilton Rainbow Chip Crunch
Here are my cake balls.
I made the  cake mix and then I made Buttercream icing 
to mix into the cake crumble. Angie used cream cheese
which I thought was a great idea, but I am mailing these, 
and cream cheese doesn't travel well.
After some time in the freezer, it was time to get busy assembling
the cake pops.
Dipping wasn't difficult, but getting the excess chocolate to drip off
proved to be a problem for me. I think maybe my 
chocolate should have been a bit warmer.
Although my pops may have some potential,
I need to practice some more. 

Angie's are beautiful, and if you stop by her page,
you can see how talented she is.

For me, I hope practice makes perfect~I'll let you know!!


Thank you Angie, for posting a great recipe.
For more information on joining the Secret Recipe Club , click here!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

12 comments:

  1. These are adorable! What a fun, seasonal treat. Great job and SRC pick. :-)

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  2. Oh what cute little pops. WHat a wonderful blog you got for SRC. SO glad you shared.

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  3. oooooo I love them!!!!!! I'm so glad you picked them! Great job! I think they are wonderful!

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  4. How cute! I have my pumpkin spice cake balls made for our T-day celebration, and was thinking about doing turkeys too but I still haven't decided. Pumpkins might be cute too, especially with the flavor I made. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. These are so cute! I wish I had the patience for cake pops!

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  6. I think I may have to make these with the nephews this week!

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  7. These are so cute and creative! I think you did a great job! I had trouble making cake pops for the same 'dipping' reason, so I punted and turned mine into cake balls! Yours turned out so well! So fun for the dessert table at Thanksgiving! : )

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  8. What a cute idea! Great choice for SRC :-)

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  9. Adorable cake pops! You chose a great recipe for the Secret Recipe club. Here is what I cooked up from group C: http://su.pr/1HICCz :)

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  10. Teri,
    thanks for visiting my site and leaving a comment!
    Your cake pops look absolutely adorable! You really did such a wonderful job! Great choice for the SRC!!

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