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Topic: 300 Cake Pops
pinkzebracakes 05/01/2012 9:40 AM
I was asked to do 300 cake pops for an event for one of my clients!! This is the most I have ever done, with only 4 days notice. They were half vanilla and half chocolate cake pops, dipped in light blue, swirled with black and white swirls. Hope you like them!
asiam958 05/01/2012 10:26 AM
OMG! That's a lot of pops. My hands and wrist would be killing me after rolling that many balls. But they look great!!
BooBear 05/01/2012 6:00 PM
Holy smokes, babe!!! They look wonderful, but I have to ask ..were you seeing that design in your sleep?? It's almost hypnotic!!
krzykakes 05/03/2012 11:38 AM
Asiam958 took the words out of my mouth OMG....I would have been dizzy and having cake pop nightmares LOL
HalifaxMommy 05/09/2012 4:05 PM
I hope you charged her a short notice fee!
dietcokenoice 05/10/2012 8:55 AM
That's impressive...the pops and the fact that you made 300 that looked great!!! Nice job. Gotta admit my hands are tingling just thinking about making them
pinkzebracakes 05/10/2012 4:23 PM
Thanks guys! Yes, was alot of work, but I did have someone helping me to get these finished in time. Turned out the cake pops were going to be displayed at a local trade show for the company, for clients to take home as a 'favor'. The company sent me 300 labels to attach to each individual cake pop...lots of work, but it was well worth the $ and exposure!
cakepoptstop 06/09/2012 12:11 PM
i hope you charged her a fee too , its no joke to be doing that one such short notice , but well done.
Kuchen Pops 06/10/2012 5:43 PM
Great Job - they look awesome!! I feel your cake pop pain - we did 500 in a week for a bunch of orders that all came in at once. I remember starring at them when they were all done feeling the accomplishment.
Suzyqz 06/12/2012 1:54 PM
Wow! 300 in 4 days?! Amazing! And they are beautiful!
I'm going to attempt about 600 in 2 weeks. Does anyone have any experience/recommendation in storing them? Is it best to wrap them in the treat bags and place them in airtight container in the freezer? I'd like to make them in batches over the 2 weeks.
Please let me know if anyone has any good recommnedation for storing them about 2 weeks out before an event! I also dont know if it makes a difference if I use a cake mix or homemade...
Thanks in advance!
thecakepopshop 08/22/2012 10:31 AM
Great job! I have invested in a cake pop roller to help me with large orders. My largest was 1000!!! The roller came in handy.
teenykat 08/22/2012 10:37 AM
great job and so even all the pops.. if i might ask, where did you get the roller?? personally i think its a lot of work for a small bite.. but its all the rave... whatever the customer wants..
ritterwoman 08/25/2012 3:42 PM
wow, and suzyqz if you are doing that many I would make them in batches like you said and freeze them.