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BABYSHOWER CANDY TABLE TREATS | DIY TREATS FOR A DESSERT CANDY BAR



This is the last video of what I did for my niece’s baby shower table and this time I did some diy candy treats! So stick around to see a few little struggles ! Lol After …

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  1. Everything looks so beautiful and so delicious 😋❤. My babyshower is coming up in two weeks and I'll have do some of the treats a head of time one different treat a day to space it out and I won't get too overwhelmed 😩 we ordered the fondant cake and my mother in law is doing my cupcakes and I'll be doing the chocolate caramel pretzels rods, royal icing cookies, edible fruit bouquet, rice crispies treats and caramel chocolate popcorn all royal mickey mouse theme. The popcorn and rice crispies will be for the game prices like as a gourmet gift goodies basket. So much work coming my way that I'll ask my boyfriend and mom to help me.

  2. Awesome!! Great idea for my daughter. Her First birthday coming around the corner and I wanted something like this. Kept looking through YouTube to find the perfect one and none of them were catching my eye until I came across this video! And what a coincidence we have the same name! Everything looked amazing!

  3. 1. Put chocolate on the stick before putting them in the cake pop balls
    2. Leave the cakepops in the freezer for about 20 minutes
    3. HAVE A CANDY MELTS POT (ITS A LIIIIIIIIFE SAVER I’m telling you!!!!!! You don’t have to worry about “working fast” because your chocolate will harden, you save time from going back & forth to the microwave)
    4. If using candy melts add food shortening!!!!! It will make the chocolate thinner & prevents your cake pop from falling into the chocolate

    I am NOOOOOO expert, but I love doing chocolate treats for family & ive just been learning along the way

  4. You may have gotten this already, but you should dip the cake pop stick into the chocolate first then put it into the cake pop, then the freezer for about 30-45 ins. I did this and got perfect results!

  5. Love this video. I make cake pops often. Next time you make them after you put the sticks in put them in the freezer for 30mins before you cover them with chocolates. Great job!

  6. GREAT JOB,THANK YOU FOR SHARING UR CRAFTS, EXPLAINING YOUR MISTAKES, AND WHAT YOU WOULD'VE DONE DIFFERENTLY AS WELL. AND FOR THOSE REASONS. I HAVE BECOME A NEW SUBBIE AND LOOK FORWARD TO WATCH MORE

  7. I appreciate the fact that you have on gloves. I watched so many of these cake pop videos and the person does not wear gloves. Breaking up cake, rolling it your hands with frosting and then serving it to someone, I think you definitely need gloves for that!!

  8. The first time I made cake pops I made 5 different kind. By myself. I gave them as presents to my co workers my kid who loved them. But yes they need to go in the freezer as pops for about 20 minutes and then again after they are dipped in chocolate. They also sell little machines which makes them.

  9. can i make the day before? im in charge of cake & treats for my cousins babyshower and doing the cake the day of so im debating if i should make treats the night before?

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