This Easter I made Bakerella's Spring Chicken Pops for the redhead's family's* Easter dinner held at his grandmother's house.
Note: Although it is the redhead's family's Easter dinner, not everyone present is actually a redhead.
I fenced in these little pops and brought them as dessert. Redhead's grandma saved the Austin American-Statesman article from earlier in the week and showed it to everyone. She even cut out the teaser from a different newspaper and saved it. Super sweet. I felt like a real grandkid.
I made sure the redhead's grandma could eat some of these cake pops. Instead of strawberry cake, I went with yellow cake with chocolate frosting and funfetti with white frosting--no allergies to those flavors.With two cake flavors, it was definitely cake pops galore.
There were some sober chicks...
A hole formed around the candy coating on this cake pop. I decided to work with it.
I love the chick hairdos. Check them out from the aerial view taken from the cameracopter.
This post's photos were taken by lil Phan aka Tina Phan Photography. Thanks lil Phan!
Here's a great soundtrack for reading or rereading this post: LCD Soundsystem's Drunk Girls