Thursday, 14 July 2011

Leopard print cake pops

I have moved to Torie Jayne.com

You can find me in recipes...GLUTEN FREE LEOPARD PRINT CAKE POPS

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14 comments:

  1. super funky, and i bet they taste just as good!

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  2. I am soo late commenting on this. Awesome idea..quick tip: next time you can dip the sticks in melted chocolate first and then insert them in the cake balls, put it in the fridge for it to set up. That should help with the spinning. Anyway...super cute leopard prints

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  3. These are so cute - I LOVE them!

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  4. I want the recipe! They are super cute!!!

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  5. How did you make the chettah print? is it edible paint?

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    1. I used edible dusting powder for the pink and black food colouring.

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  6. I really love the way the pattern turned out in these... super cute with the pink! The way you display them in the photo is really clever too. Where did you find the thin tubes? Beautiful work!

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    1. Hi Janine, The thin tubes are glass bottles I use to store my beads in. I bought mine in Hong Kong but you can find similar at Tiger stores and Panduro hobby.
      http://toriejayne.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/tiger.html

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  7. Just wanted to tell you that Instgram user @ffashionablee has posted your images on their feed. IT has over 10k likes with no credit to you at all. You can report them and provide them with the link to your original post here to get the picture removed. Sorry about being the bearer of bad news!

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    1. Hi Amanda, Thank you for letting me know, sadly it happens all the time.

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  8. what is the recipe to make them

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  9. Hi. I was asked to make leopard print cake pops for a party. Yours are gorgeous!! If I may ask How easy for you was it to make the design?? What did you use??

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