I found these pictures of cake pops that seem to use some kind of candy for the topping but I can't think of what these are or where to find them... any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
If you are referring to the little white candies they are nonpareils. I buy mine at the grocery store in the baking aisle.
I'm guessing they use small chocolate molds for the clover, rose, bow and crown.
Something like this: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000EDW0Q0/?tag=cakecentral-20
If you mean the little white sprinkles, I have a jar. they are Wilton Sprinkles, White Nonpareils
The clover, rose, crown and bow are probably just fondant pressed into a little silicone mold. I've seen them on Ebay & Etsy. Try this link for an example.
Thanks.. I know the non-pareils... I meant the clover, crown, bow and the rose.
The molds on Etsy seem like it but don't they look like prepared candy?
Its probably because theyre made out of colored chocolate...thus the candy look...just guessing...thats what I would do
The molds on Etsy are food safe. I have looked into different ones. Not all of them though.