Transporting Cake Pops

Decorating By ddaigle Updated 5 Nov 2013 , 5:39pm by ddaigle

ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 2:12pm
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So I am getting more orders for cake pops and haven't decided how to transport them.  The first time I bought this card board cake pop thing from the party supply store..charged the customer for it, but it didn't really like it.  It fit in my 10x10 box...but I just doesn't work for 2 dozen cake pops.



I don't mind buying foam or something that they can wrap and decorate if they want, but I want that "something" to fit in an existing box I have for transport.  

What do y'all use?

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luckylibra Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 2:21pm
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I wrap each of mine individually and then choose a container like a flower pot or Chinese take out box, something to go with the holiday or theme. You can get a ton of cute things at the dollar store and just add that to the price of the order. I found the cutest little teacup pots for $1 each and can't wait for mother's day, I think it will be a great promotion.

Spice flavored cake pops and chocolate flavored.. turned out cute I thought


Cake pops for my Administrative Assistants at the office. They loved them



Have fun



ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 2:33pm
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Thanks Colleen..but I do not want to make a bouquet..I need a cakepop only transport idea...I have some customers that only want cake pops...and want to use their own decoration. 

karess Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 3:22pm
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I'm still waiting on my samples but I hear the boxes from brpboxshop work well...

ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 3:39pm
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Thanks Karess...that is the sort of thing I am looking for

anavillatoro1 Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 4:01pm
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AThere are a nice display to.... I don't know what I would do whit the rest of boxes, but is good to now

ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 4:03pm
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Ana...You can get just 10...just add $5 to the customer's order.   I would only want 10 at a time myself.

Norasmom Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 4:06pm
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I just wrap mine individually and put them into a shopping bag.  I have not had a problem with breakage, e.t.c.

anavillatoro1 Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 4:06pm
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AThanks ddaigle ;-D

ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 4:37pm
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Nora....I'm lazy.   I hate wrapping cookies & cake pops.  I want to transport them unwrapped in a box and let the customer decorate their stand and/or wrap if they want them wrapped.   Life was so much more easier with cake balls before cake pops came along! LOL

Dayti Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 5:31pm
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I lay them close together in a tissue paper lined box and chill them really well. They travel fine like that. Not for hours in hot weather, but if your chocolate coating is hard to begin with before chilling it should be fine for a while. 

Donnawb Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 5:36pm
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I just put them in a bakery box.  If I stack them, I put tissue or nice napkins in between the layers, and try to arrange them so that they are not on top of each other, but the cake pops lay on the sticks.

ddaigle Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 5:39pm
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I love my 10x10x2 "pie" boxes for pt4s, cake squares, cookies & cake balls...guess I never really thought about laying the cake pops down..duh!   Gonna do that with the tissue paper I use in between my cookies.

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