Once the coating on all of your bonnets has hardened, use a bit of candy coating to glue them to the tops of your chick cake pops. I could never pull...
With their flower-studded bonnets and rosey cheeks, these chick cake pops will be the most fashionable treats at any Easter table. And just imagine the stunning Easter basket you can create with a few of these chick cake pops nestled in a pile of Easter grass sprinkled with jelly beans. Everyone knows that chicks rule and these cake pops prove it!
It is best to make these chick cake pops using light-colored cake. If your cake is a dark color, it may show through the yellow candy coating. For a recipe and step-by-step directions for making cheesecake-flavored cake pops that will work perfectly, check out How To Make Cake Pops With Unique Flavors.