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From colorful peanut butter jingle bells to bite-size frosted snowmen, these delicious cake pops are packed with all of the holiday flavor you're looking for this season. Tried 'em all? Then check out these adorable Christmas cupcakes and holiday cakes.
A small ziplock bag makes for the perfect white chocolate glaze to drizzle over these chocolaty cake pops.
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What you'll need: Ziplock Bags ($7, )
Keep these Frosties warm with snow hats made of sprinkles.
Add some red and green sprinkles to these classic cake pops for a buttery and sweet afternoon treat.
What you'll need: Christmas sprinkles ($15, )
Have yourself a gluten-free Christmas with these adorable bauble cake pops.
Say freeze! The kids will love making these adorable snowmen cake pops just as much as they'll love eating them.
Serve these chocolatey peanut butter cake balls in festive liners or on a stick for a decadent holiday treat.
This adorable craft does double duty as a creamy holiday dessert and will look so cute on your Christmas dessert table.
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It doesn't get much cuter than these holiday cake lights! If only they could light up too — but we'll settle for delicious and edible.
Brandy-infused butter gives these pops the perfect kick of flavor.
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These simple pops are made by dipping chocolate cake into melted chocolate. Easy peasy!
These mini treats are the sweetest gifts you can give this season.
Packed with chocolate cake and covered in cream cheese frosting, you'll be popping this cake pops all season long. Good thing this recipe yields 160 pops!
For this version of Christmas tree pops, first make the cake pop, then decorate with a tree or mistletoe. Whichever design you pick, this treat will surely impress!
Sorry, Frosty, but you've never looked so appetizing.
You'd never guess these Christmas tree cake pops are filled with a red velvet interior!
Made with vanilla cupcake mix, Oreo cookies, and raspberry puree, it's going to be hard to stop after just one of these sweet treats.
The best gifts are the kinds you can eat, so treat a co-worker, neighbor or a loved one to these whimsical pops.
Penguins are already cute — but adding edible earmuffs and tiny scarves? These cuties are too adorable for words.
You can't drink these cute treats, but trust us — they're just as tasty as a steaming mug of hot cocoa. Try dripping them inside for some extra sweetness!
Make your dessert table shine with these sparkly and scrumptious stunners.
While stockings look pretty on a mantel, they're even better (and tastier!) in cake pop form.
These Oreo pops couldn't be easier to make: Just dip them in white chocolate, decorate, and done!
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