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Topic: Halloween Cake Pops (cake balls)
terrilittlet 10/06/2010 2:12 PM
I just made these cute cake balls and wanted to share!
cakedujour 10/07/2010 3:47 PM
If you want people to see your darling creations you should post your pictures in Life Celebrations or in this case, Seasonal works too. People come to this forum expecting posts on the television show. Not many people come to this section.
cakesavant 10/28/2010 6:22 PM
They are FABULOUS!!!
Deb-D 12/22/2010 9:24 PM
You did Great !!!!
gacrews37 04/29/2011 9:13 PM
What did u use to dip them in? They look GREAT!!!
cakedujour 04/30/2011 8:42 AM
Karen, I hope that this question gets seen by the original poster. This part of the forum isn't well visited. I just did a little math, and found that there are about 155 posts on average each year in this section (I didn't count the 83 posts in my "be aware" threads) and if you compare that small number to the posts in the other sections, you'll see what I mean.

But, I suggested that terrilittlet show her nice work in another forum and she did! Here is a link to the thread. You can repose your question there, and hopefully that will increase your chances that she responds to you. She doesn't seem to post much - only 5 times so far - but hopefully she checks in to read the forums. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. (My guess would be Candy Melts.)
terrilittlet 04/30/2011 3:10 PM
I used candy melts to dip them. Melt enough to dip your cake ball all the way in, do not spoon on, then pull straight up, tilt and tap off the excess. Some candy melts are thicker then others so you can always add paramount crystals to thin them a little!
cakedujour 04/30/2011 5:25 PM
Yay! It worked out! I'm so glad you saw this question!
terrilittlet 04/30/2011 6:12 PM

Do you work for Wilton?
cakedujour 04/30/2011 7:38 PM
Oh, no! I'm just a hobby baker/decorator :-)
ShortSweetCakes! 10/04/2011 1:30 PM