With having made rainbow cupcakes and a rainbow cake, it was only appropriate to make rainbow cake pops :-)
Even the bags of candy melts are pretty when lined up like a rainbow!
And of course, who can forget the rainbow ribbon! Michael’s had an awesome deal on these too…they were 3 for $1.00! It doesn’t get better than that!
These cake pops were definitely a vanilla fans dream They were made with vanilla cake, vanilla frosting, and the candy melts were vanilla as well.
The colors turned out great! Very vibrant, cheerful, and fun!
Rainbow cake pops just wouldn’t be the same without a matching ribbon, now would they :-)
Even if they cake pops took a little longer than normal, they were so worth it! So fun and the girls adored them.
That’s a lot of rainbowy cake pops!!
They remind me of a bunch of balloons ready to be set free and float into the air <3
I knew I would have extra candy melt left over after dipping the cake pops, so I decided to try rainbow truffles.
Despite what one would think, the truffles were actually hard to make. Not hard in the fact that all you have to do is drop them in the candy melt, but to get them to stay perfectly round after removing them. Not as easy as I thought!
I used lemon cake and vanilla frosting for the truffles and even though they were not perfectly round, they tasted delicious!