Tulip cake pops for Parkinson’s Awareness Month


Just wanted to share some cake pops I made for Parkinson’s Awareness Month. You might wonder why they are shaped like tulips. That’s because the tulip is a symbol for Parkinson’s, and has been for over 35 years. It’s an interesting story, and you can read about it here.

I had never made shaped cake pops before, but wondered if I could use cookie cutters to shape the dough. So I mixed up cake and frosting as I normally would, and then took a piece of dough and packed it down in the cookie cutter. Then I flipped it over and made sure the other side was nice and smooth. Then I added the lollipop sticks and dipped in chocolate as usual.

They came out really cute, and were fun to eat! Next month, I’ll be doing another shaped cake pop project, so stay tuned…



This entry was posted in Cake Pops. Bookmark the permalink.