Welcome to this weeks Kids in the Kitchen, my linky where we can share what our kids have been cooking in the kitchen. This week we made cake pops. I have vowed that I will make them properly one day as every time I try I fail miserably, so for this attempt I had the kids helping me. I chose to make them this week as I seemed to have a lot of cake pieces needing using up after making my friends wedding cake. Here is a peak at the cake for starters.
Before I get on to this weeks recipe I’d like to thank those that joined in with my linky last week. From ET Speaks from Home we had homemade Pizza and Scones, two lovely recipes made with help from the kids.
The boys from In the Playroom Blog made a delicious puff pastry pizza. I prefer puff pastry pizza to the normal bases.
Thank you so much for joining in, I do hope you will join us again. I have tweeted and pinned your recipes to my Kids in the Kitchen Pinterest board.
- baked cake
- lolly sticks
I’d also be mighty grateful if you included my badge in your post so others can see it and come along and join in.
Love your wedding cake, that was amazing! I haven't perfected cake pops yet either… maybe next year?! 🙂
This looks so easy to do and yummy looking! Will try this one! #PoCoLo
They look lovely. For my Nephews Christening cake I made cake pops in bright colours then put them in the freezer. Made normal sponge mix and put frozen cake pops in. Made a spotty cake when you cut it.
Do you run this linky every week?
My kids are 10 & 12 now and they want to learn how to 'cook'. They tell me they are too old for making just cakes all the while and want to do proper cooking!
yes Candace, it starts every Tuesday and runs until Monday the following week.
I haven't ever eaten cake pops – it's something I've intended to make forever and it's just not happened so far. They look delicious though, you really shouldn't be so negative 😀
I made cake pop ladybirds for the top of my daughter's first birthday cake. I never got around to blogging them though! They are a lovely way to get children involved in baking though.
These look fab! We've never made cakepops before but still have left over easter chocolate so maybe something to try this half term?
That wedding cake was outstanding!! You are brave to try cake pops – I still haven't built up the courage! Please tweet me for the next Kids in the Kitchen – we made something this week!! Thank you for linking to PoCoLo 🙂 x
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