Monday, September 17, 2012

Barnyard Cake Pops

Welcome to our miniature barnyard . . . cake pop style!  Let me show you around.
Here at this funny little farm you'll find a cow as big as a barn and hens as big as our cow!
The sugared icing horse and barn look like they could have been modeled after the real deal . . .
 . . . and this really is Pazzo standing in front of his own barn.
Our tiny cow gets along with our gigantic hens.

 And our horses like to think they rule over the whole roost.

They are big and friendly toward all . . . a definite favorite on the farm.
We even snuck in a plump pink piggy.
Who happens to be nothing but a big ol' mush inside.
See what I mean?
 Actually, he's made out of yummy carrot cake!
As are all the others . . . just the sweetest bunch of barnyard friends you'll ever meet!
Ever wonder what the little ones are thinking as they look at their treats?
Maybe he thinks he's a horse named Mischief . . .
. . . who's getting served a slice of heavenly carrot cake on a fine porcelain plate . . .
. . . in a mountain pasture filled with fresh air and warm sunlight.
And he digs right in . . .filling his belly with carrots and cake and more carrots and more cake until. . .
he's ready for his nap in his happy little barn . . . on his comfy bed of straw . . .
having barnyard dreams of cake pops!







24 comments:

  1. These pops are so cute!!! Great job!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very nice. Do you make your own appliqués?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Not yet, but a great idea . . . (:

    ReplyDelete
  4. Cute! :D I've never made cake pops before....this is a major problem IMO. xD

    ReplyDelete
  5. Such a cute idea! I love the little chicken cake pops. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog!

    -Lindsey

    ReplyDelete
  6. Oh golly, I grew with horses and riding and I just love the pics! Beautiful. I have yet to do cake pops but I want to try real soon. Sarah from the Ease of Freeze

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Horses are great! Ours follow you around like giant puppies. And Sarah, let me know how your cake pops turn out if/when you make them!

      Delete
  7. Aww these are soo adorable! Love the farm theme, so cute!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thx Christine! The farm theme is a fun one for sure.

      Delete
  8. Oh my, these are too cute.
    You make such great things!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I appreciate your kind words, Mariana.

      Delete
  9. Oh your blog is so sweet! I am craving cake pops from looking at this post. I love the photo of the horse eating carrots and cake - just look at those eyes! Such a cutie.
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. However, the difference is not just the flowers, there is something more. Good catch thought!

    Oops, almost forgot, your introduction on your about page is so well written, the words you chose are captivating and again you had me craving sweets and cookies!

    :)
    mikky
    www.todaloos.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Your lovely comment just made my day, Mikky! I'm going to go back to your post and see if I can find more differences in the photos . . . So fun!

      Delete
  10. These are so adorable. I also love the pictures!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thx Haniela - I really love taking the pix.

      Delete
  11. Your cake pops are all so cute! I'm sure I'd never have enough patience to do anything like this.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It does take patience but I bet you could do it, Lana!

      Delete
  12. These are some of the cutest cake pops ever! I love the barn especially:) The photo of the horse eating the carrot cake is priceless~so cute!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Thanks, Sue! Yes Mischief loves his cake (no icing)!

    ReplyDelete