Tuesday, February 2, 2010

{Sweet Tokens of Affection}


Valentine
Cake Pops!
~
I whipped up
a batch of these
yummy treats
to
give to
all my
Sweethearts


{dip}

{sprinkle}


{package with love}


~
Sweet Tokens of Affection
{thank you Megan for the link}

See easy peasy recipe here

~
remember
sweet pink
is in the air this week
over at
blooming on bainbridge
you really do not want to miss out
thank you
Teresa
xoxox



67 comments:

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Koralee... oooh, you always have the prettiest, sweetest treats in blogland! I want to come and stay at your house for a while... xoxo Julie Marie

Cottage Cozy said...

Those look adorable...so sweet and LOVEly!

Oh yes...I have been over to visit Teresa for her Pink Celebration! So fun.

Fondly, Carrie

hometown girl said...

those are beautiful! i will definitely check out the recipe! i love to make little gifts like these. you did a great job and your pictures are stunning! i was just at Barnes & Noble I wish I would have picked up the new Martha :)

Martha said...

how wonderfully yummy they look and of course your stunning photos too!!! thank you for sharing the recipe :)

Tara said...

Those look so yummie!!! I think I need to just whip some up for the pool man and my punk! maybe this weekend, thanks for the inspiration!

Tzoules said...

very nice =)

keep going on.

visit & follow me.

Bralliz said...

Hi Koralee!

Soo beautiful cake pops!
Wonderful pictures too!

xo alice ♥

Tracy is ... Loving Pretty Things said...

I'm off to print that recipe - I MUST do it this season!

Such a sweet post..........as always.....!!

How can you not love all the hearts, red, pink, sugar, cupids and candy?!

xoxo

Julie Harward said...

OH YUMMY..THESE LOOK SO GOOD, GUESS I'LL HAVE TO MAKE THESE TOO! THANKS :D

becky said...

Oh Yum! You always have the yummiest deserts over here,LOL.Even when you dont in your blog I have to look to the right and see them ha! I will check out that recipe thanks for sharing.

The Garden Bell said...

Yum and way too cute. Off to check out the recipe on this one.... Great pictures toooooo. All those reds, pinks and silve sparkles, you know I love them....

Kate - The Garden Bell

Tessa said...

Oh wow, those look delicious and so cute!! :)

Teresa said...

Koralee!
Can you hear me?
I am screaming your name down here on Bainbridge...stop for a moment and listen...
CAN YOU HEAR ME!!!!
OMG!!!!
Those are toooooo cute for words!!!
I can't believe you made such a thing!!!!
And packaged them with SATIN pink bows! Yes oh yes I know a sweet SATIN bow when I see it! Only you!
And what little perfectly sized clear bags did you use to package them...do let me know!
Oh how I wish I was your closest teacher friend...I just know I would have gotten one of those sweet things...or better than that...if I was your neighbor...you would have let me pop over and we could have made them together!!!!
You totally fascinate me!!xxooxxxooxx!
Oh...and by the way...
I'm NOT easily fascinated!!!!!
xxooxx!

theUngourmet said...

These are so very cute! I want to make a batch of them one day very soon. I hope they come out as nicely as yours did! :)

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

These are really too cute! Lovely pics too!!

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Koralee,

Your sweet tokens of affection are divine and too pretty to eat! Love your photos as always...gorgeous!!

Love and hugs,
Karyn

Les Cotrions said...

Cute and delicious! It's funny for me seeing lots of posts dedicated to Valentine...I feel like they're all for me!!!
A nice evening!
Vale(ntina)

Pinecone Camp said...

I would love a cake pop right about now!

Kissed by an Angel said...

Wow!! They look lovely!! Yum!!
xxxx

alee said...

These look so yummy! I've been wanting to make these since I first seen them on Pioneer Womans blog! Happy Valentines!

Helen McGinn said...

Oh my, yes please!! xx

THE HOME THAT LOVE BUILT said...

Very sweet!!! Love the pretty pictures too!

Blessings,
Brook

Claudia said...

They sure look tasty! It is a good thing they are not here in my house with me!

xo
Claudia

Maria said...

HEEHee hee...I'm chuckling over Teresa's comment :) She expresses in words what we're all thinking, sitting here at our computers ;o)

These ARE so incredible. I checked out the recipe, Koralee and they are not even close to what I imagined in order to create such lovelies.

Not only is it a great recipe, it's sooooo what I would need to know for all the times a cake comes out of my oven and 'just doesn't work out.' It's a perfect cake recipe for me!
(I'm a pie baker, cakes usually end up in a trifle---now they could be cake pops ;o)
Thanks for today's Valentine, dear ♥
~Maria

GardenofDaisies said...

What fun! And they don't look too hard to make!

LuLu said...

Oh what a sweet treat!! You make everything look beautiful,
xo,
LuLu

Nana said...

Oh my !! little pops of pure decadent joy!!!
I agree with Teresa....these would be definately appreciated as Teacher Treats anytime.
mmmmmmm...xo
Thanks for sharing Koralee!!
Debbie

Lillian Chang said...

Aww, those images are so lovely!! :) Delicious and pretty sweets...that's definitely what I love :)

stephanie@craftylolly.com said...

Koralee, I love your new picture, you are just darling!!

Those pictures are beyond amazing. Honestly,
you are one talented girl with your beautiful treats. They sure look yummy:-)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

How on earth do you do it? GREAT PHOTOS, GREAT IDEAS, and you stay so slim???Bisous my beautiful friend! Anita

A Whimsical Girl Named Debbie said...

That dip looks divine!

Have a sweet day, my dear!

http://girlwhimsy.blogspot.com

Catherine said...

Sigh...you are making it very hard for me to stay out of the kitchen at the moment. I'm tired of eating healthy ~ I need a sweet treat such as this ~ yum!!!

ELK said...

just a delight from beginning to end...oh these must be delicious!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Koralee,

What delectable sweeties and your photos are always so lovely.
Happy February, dear friend

Hugs
Carolyn

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

These are too cute. I just saved the recipe. Did you do them with or without the oats? I just love visiting with you!

Sue

Rizzi said...

HI KORALEE,
OH MY, THEY LOOK SO YUMMY. I AM GOING TO GET THAT RECIPE. THEY WOULD GO GREAT WITH A NICE HOT CUP OF TEA. YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY. RIZZI

French Kissed said...

Such delightful little Valentine treats! I love the way you decorated and wrapped them ~ presentation is everything...well almost...I'm sure they are delicious as well. Thanks for the recipe. So great to find something new to treat my Valentines to. ~jermaine~

Cristie said...

Koralee, your cake pops are just beautiful! What a gift you have for presentation. Your sweethearts are very lucky, no doubt they know it!

katrina said...

these are so pretty -- i want one!!

Megan said...

They turned out fantastic! I knew yours would be lovely! I am going to attempt them for Maya's birthday next month! DO they taste as good as they look?

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

These look delicious. Thanks for the link. I have a daughter that loves to bake, and these look like something she'd enjoy making.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Blessings,
Marcia

Pansy Cottage Girl said...

That is just YUMMY! Your blog is so darn sweet, fun and fresh. Thank you for sharing!

Rheea said...

I don't even need to taste them to know they're incredibly sweet! More so when they're from a sweet friend like you. Lucky friends!

Beach Vintage said...

What a sweet gesture. I have not seen this done before.

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh delish, and such a sweet idea!
xxx

Kotivalo said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and your beautiful words = ) And wellcome again!
What a lovely colours you have here!!
Greetings from Finland <3

wendy patterson said...

Your blog, your photographs absolutely stunning!!! I am in awe:)
Wendy

Bunny, THE PARIS HOUSE said...

Koralee, These tokens of affection are the sweetest treats ever!! I know how much you adore Valentine's Day :)..The recipients of these treasures must be loving Valentine's Day and the Sweet month of February too my friend.
We woke up this morning under a blanket of white powdery snow, the boys are home from school today so it will be a nice day to make these treats..thanks for sharing the recipe and thanks for taking the time to stop over at my blog and to leave nice comments it means a lot to me !
xoxo
Bunny

DebraLSchubert said...

Oh. My. God. Your blog would make Michelangelo bow down in awe. What more can I say? ;-)

Barbara said...

What a fabulous Valentine present! These are adorable and the colors vivid and RED! Love the way you wrapped them up with your pink ribbon.
Are you dropping one off in my mailbox?

Cate said...

Koraleeeeee these look so yum and oh so pretty!You have such a talent with photography too! I really must spend more time in the kitchen.

Cozy Little House said...

Your posts are filled with such sweetness. I feel like I'm coming for tea or coffee and dessert every time I visit. It is truly enchanting to come see you!
Brenda

My Grama's Soul said...

You always make the prettiest things!!!

Living with you would be like living with Charlie in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"......beautiful confections.

Blessings,

Jo

Kristin said...

Your sweethearts are VERY lucky! They look so delish!

Libbie said...

Very cute! You are quite the baker aren't you! That is awesome! I will have to pop over to that other site too...thanks for the tip!

Felicity said...

they are lovely, such a good idea, I might make some of those! I love your blog! fliss xx

Laura Trevey said...

Amazingly Yummy !!!!

Luiza said...

You are so talented , Koralee! I have no patience making candy like that!!!
Wonderful work...

Take care , my dear friend!

Hugs/
Luiza

Kim - The TomKat Studio said...

Adorable...and delicious, I'm sure!

OceanDreams said...

Oh what a great idea, they are so pretty and look super delicious!

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hi I just called over from Bonjour Romance.you have a beautiful blog, it is so bright and cheery, :-)

FrenchBlue said...

Dear Koralee~
I hope I am one of your sweethearts! I think these are something I must have! Beautiful post my friend and all your sweethearts are the luckiest sweethearts in the world!!
I am serious too!
XO's

Jacqueline said...

Dear Koralee, so happy that i finally found some time to visit you here! Really miss you. :) Sweet pink is my favorite color and your cake pops looks so yummie. Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

jacqueline
http://jqlinesocuteithurts.typepad.com/

Anne Marie said...

how cute! and delicious!! you are so clever....

Carol said...

They are adorable, Koralee!! You are definitely an artist!! Have happy "heart" month!! XOXOXO Carol

Flo said...

I just discover your blog with the help of pinecone... It seems so great... and the small heart in the apple is so cute... I will be try this for the valentine's day... My "amoureux" will be surprise.
Thanks a lot !
Flo
http://papier-ciseaux-cailloux.blogspot.com

Elie's Papel said...

Great idea for V-Day... lovely!