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"Angie Dudley - better known as blogger Bakerella - and her mini treats have a full-on cult following."-- Entertainment Weekly

About the Author

Bakerella is Angie Dudley, the very popular blogger who chronicles her adventures in baking. Her first book is Cake Pops: Tips, Tricks, and Recipes for More Than 40 Irresistible Mini Treats , from Chronicle Books. She lives in Georgia.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Such a fun book! Jan. 4 2013
By Emily Siska - Published on
Format: Hardcover-spiral
I specifically requested this book for Christmas, having stumbled upon Bakerella's first Cake Pops book earlier in the year. Even though I'm not nearly talented enough to pull off most of her designs (which are fairly intricate and elaborate), the pictures definitely get the creative baking juices flowing! I've made several batches of basic cake balls since then, and all of them have been tremendous hits with my family (especially dark chocolate fudge cake with candy cane Hershey Kisses as a coating - seriously, try it!). At some point I'll attempt a few of the more simple designs in the book, but for now, I'm happy just being inspired.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
BLOWN AWAY Oct. 17 2012
By Chris Jaronsky - Published on
Format: Hardcover-spiral
Bakerella has done it again!! Her Holiday Cake Pops is the perfect extension to her first book! Filled with the most adorable Holiday Cake Pop ideas from gingerbread houses to Christmas trees her execution is amazing!
The book is great for cake pop beginners and experts alike. And her step by step procedures make every project totally do-able!

Totally in love with this book!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Seriously CUTE!!! Oct. 18 2012
By BB - Published on
Format: Hardcover-spiral Verified Purchase
I loved Bakerella's first book, but I think I love this one even more. I gasped with every turn of the page. The cake pop designs are so darling and original. Angie's instructions and tips make me feel like I can be a cake pop master just like her. Even if you never make a cake pop, Angie's creative use a sprinkles, color and design will have you re-imagining other crafts in your life from scrapbooking to cookie decorating.

If you love cake pops, baking, the holiday season, Bakerella, or just cuteness in general, you'll love this book! :)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
So cute! July 8 2013
By Jenlobster - Published on
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These cake pops are so cute! Bakerella does a great job of explaining how to decorate the pops, and this is a great selection of pop ideas. These have been a big hit with my immediate and extended family, and especially with the kids!
Just ok,,,, Nov. 18 2014
By Cultured Purl - Published on
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I should have been expecting this,~ I was looking for recipes to actually create cake balls that taste amazing, and this book is all about decorating them ( yes,,, they are cute but overdone.) However, I didnt have to pay for the book b/c I can look this up on line and see a ton of different ideas vs purchasing ( and storing) a book.. While the ideas are fairly cute, this is clearly a book for children.. I would have liked a better mix in the book,~ a combination of unusual ( and good!) tasting cake balls as well as the decorating ideas~ The kids will like this book, but for me,,,,,,,its like the difference between having a perfect looking cake w/ fondant on top ( cant eat it,,,way way too sweet,,,,) and eating a well made cake recipe w/ Italian Swiss Meringue frosting,( classic and classy)
Taste is very important to me no matter how cute the cake is~ Been decorating cakes and serving them too long to know that people truly appreciate the frosting as well as the cake and this is the only thing I can compare this to~ These cake pops are overly sweet and decorated w/ even more candy ~ NOT what I want to eat or put on my sweet table,~ but the kind of thing the kids can take to school for various occasions. If one really wants to make cake balls that taste fantastic, purchase the book " Cake Balls" written by the original cake ball ladies that have a shop in Dallas. And use a higher grade of chocolate,not the candy wafers b/c there is a huge taste difference.( Choc chips work well also!) If I am going to indulge in the extra calories, I want it to be worth it!