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How To Make Sea Creature Cake Pops?

Updated on July 28, 2014

How To Make Lovely and Tasty Sea Creature Cake Pops

Cake pops are a delicious treat-- instead of making a big cake you have to slice into, you'll have a lot of little cake bites on a stick. Each one is individually decorated for a beautiful display that will delight your guests-- and wait until you bite into one and taste the rich, creamy flavor!

In order to make cake pops one must patient. The following are steps to making cake pops in the shape of different sea creatures. I hope you have fun and enjoy making these fun cake pops for all of your different activities.


Finished Star fish Cake Pop
Finished Star fish Cake Pop

Step 1: Prepare a Cake

Prepare your favorite cake batter and pour into a cookie sheet pan that has edges. Best results are when you use an 11 inch x 15 inch cookie sheet pan that has ½ inch sides. You want the finished product to be a very thin sheet of cake.

Bake your cake according to the directions but watch the cake because it can cook faster than using a regular cake since the batter is spread out so thin.

Step 2: Cut The Out And Make the Pops

After cake cools use different shaped cookie cutters in the shapes of star fish, sea turtles, sharks, fish, and even sea horses to cut out the shapes.

Insert lollipop sticks into the shapes and set aside.

Step 3: Royal Icing

While cake pops set to the sticks make some royal icing using:

  • 3 egg white
  • 4 ½ cups of powdered sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla

Blend the ingredients together and whip until they form stiff peaks when you pull the mixer out of the icing. If icing is too thick add a little milk to thin to coating consistency.

Take cake pops and dip them in the royal icing and coat them completely. Set aside and allow the icing to dry.

Sea Creature Cake Pops With Icing
Sea Creature Cake Pops With Icing

Step 4: Decorate!

Step 3. After icing dries completely decorate as you want with food coloring and paint brushes or using an air brush for a cleaner look. Allow the coloring to dry and serve them for parties and enjoy.



Sea Turtle Cake pop
Sea Turtle Cake pop
Finished Fish Cake Pop
Finished Fish Cake Pop

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    • shai77 profile imageAUTHOR

      Chen 

      5 years ago

      Thanks MakerBaker. Kids do enjoy decorating them. Even little ones can help once the icing hardens, it's a great time for little ones to use tubes of cake gel or buttercream or use more royal icing to stick on little cake decorations. Thanks for your comment!

    • shai77 profile imageAUTHOR

      Chen 

      5 years ago

      Thanks for your comment I am going to check out your hubs. Dipping it in chocolate would definitely need freezing. Royal icing isn't hot so it won't make it fall apart; plus when the icing sets it's rock solid so it acts like a shell protecting the cake shape. Thanks for stopping by!

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      Mike 

      5 years ago from Providence, Ri

      This is a very creative idea, if you have kids this seems like something they would really enjoy, Or you are making something for a bale sale. Food coloring and paint brushes seems like a smart idea. since actual food Air Brushers are pricey.

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      Mary Hyatt 

      5 years ago from Florida

      I just popped on your profile to look at your Hubs. I had a pleasant surprise to see my Hub on making Texas Sheet Cake as a related Hub! I also wrote a Hub on making CakePops that look like animals. Check mine out when you have some time.

      I notice you don't freeze or refrigerate your cake before frosting, If I don't get mine very cold, the cake part will fall apart when I cover it with frosting. I use melted chocolate, though no regular frosing.

      This is such a clever idea. Voted UP, and shared.

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      kidscrafts 

      5 years ago from Ottawa, Canada

      Very nice! Kids must love those special treats!

      Voted awsome :-)

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      Bill Holland 

      5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      very clever...I don't want to make them but I sure want to eat them. :)

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