Thanksgiving Cake Pops
Updated: Oct 6, 2020
Need a fun and yummy centerpiece? Consider some cake pops, especially if you have a kids’ table. They will love it!
The turkeys have a whopper face. The tail feathers were piped and cooled before I dipped the cake ball in chocolate. After the cake ball was dipped, I placed the tail feathers and the whopper on the wet chocolate. The eyes, beak, and waddle were piped on after the chocolate cooled.
I found this cute little pumpkin for the centerpiece at the dollar store! Normally, I put something inside the basket to hold the cake pops in place, but this time I just stuck some gold tissue paper inside to give it a little support. Wrap with a bow, and done!
The flavors here are pumpkin spice (pumpkins), apple cider (apples), reverse peanut butter cup (brown swirl on tan), burnt almond torte (almond covered white), chocolate (turkey), and vanilla (pilgrim and Indian girls).
New to cake pops? See my tutorial on how to mix, shape, and dip cake pops. I have another tutorial on cake pop decorating here.