Sharon Loves These Hello Kitty Cake Pops


So you guys know my friend Sharon, right? Sharon Loves This?

Well, she's getting married this weekend. And I made her these Hello Kitty cake pops for her bachelorette party (which was really a delicious dinner at our favorite restaurant, Vespaio. Sounds like my kind of party.)

red bow hello kitty cake pop

All the girls were enamored by the cake pops. Success! I'll post some pictures from Sharon's bachelorette party at a later date.

I used Bakerella's Hello Kitty cake pop tutorial and adapted the bow. I went with a little pink confetti sprinkle as the middle instead of an M&M mini. The flatness of the sprinkle was definitely easier to adhere to Hello Kitty's cake pop head.

hello kitty cake pops in progress

finished hello kitties

I swear, I almost died from cuteness while I was making these.

top down hello kitty cake pops

I even made a her a personalized cake pop stand.

hello kitty cake pop bite

I'm going to go ahead and say Sharon Loved This.
16 responses
Kathy! Those are darling! You really did a great job with them.
WOW! Cutest cake pops EVER.
These are just crazy cute! How did you form the little ears?
Very very cool.
Amazing Hello Kitty cakepops -
start your trailer already
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE!!!!!!!!!!! love you more! =)
Thanks everyone. I kept making little squealing noises of cuteness when I was making them.

Lisa - The ears are white chocolate chips. Use melted chocolate to stick them on the cake ball.

Those are incredible. Can I get the same, but with a bullethole in the head for my bachelor party? (gotta man it up a bit ya know?)
Josh - This can be arranged.
too cute!
LOVE them! Will get you the pics soon. :)
Ade - I can't wait to see (and post) your pictures.
Kathy, these are so cute!!! =) I love them! Can I buy some?
Elaine, you can buy them on April 2nd at the Austin Bakes for Japan bakesale. Objects of Confection and I are donating some for the bakesale.