Chica and Jo
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Chica and Jo
...simplifying life
Chica and Jo
21
MAR
2015

Disney Princess cake pops

by: Chica

Disney Princess cake pops
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The Frozen cake pops Jo served at MiniMe’s birthday party were such a success that one of her relatives asked us to make some Disney Princess themed cake pops for another party. My goodness, they turned out even cuter than I imagined!

The key was in a set of Disney Princess cake pop topper printables we found on Etsy. It had toppers for all 13 Disney princesses: Cinderella, Aurora, Tiana, Jasmine, Merida, Anna, Elsa, Snow White, Pocahantas, Mulan, Ariel, Rapunzel, and Belle.

Before I could mess with the toppers, though, I had to make the cake pops! In case you’ve never made cake pops before, I’ll walk you through the steps. First, bake a cake and crumble it into a bowl.

Disney princess cake pops

Then add a dollop of frosting. Be careful not to add too much at once, or you’ll ruin it. Start with a little, and you can always add more later if you need.

Disney princess cake pops

Then mix the cake and frosting together until well combined.

Disney princess cake pops

You’ll know you have it right when you can gently squeeze it together and it doesn’t fall apart, but doesn’t stick to your hand, either.

Disney princess cake pops

Shape the mixture into a pointed oval, like a skirt.

Disney princess cake pops

As you make your cake pops, take a moment to hold up one of the toppers to be sure you have the scale and size correct.

Disney princess cake pops

Put the cake pops into the freezer to firm up. In the meantime, cut out all of the Disney Princess Cake Pop Toppers that you printed onto white cardstock.

Disney princess cake pops

When the cake pops are firm, remove them from the freezer. Dip a 6″ lollipop stick into a little bit of melted colored chocolates (a.k.a. candy melts) and stick it into the pop. The chill of the cake will set the chocolate almost instantly, and your stick will be nice and secure in the pop.

Then dip each skirt into the appropriate color of melted chocolates.

Disney princess cake pops

When the chocolate is set and hardened, it’s time to add the toppers. Line up the topper so that the princess’ waist fits the skirt.

Disney princess cake pops

Then flip it over and add a piece of tape across the back to secure the topper to the stick.

Disney princess cake pops

And voila! A set of Disney Princess cake pops that all the little girls at your party are sure to love.

Disney princess cake pops

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