Packaging Cake Pops?

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CakeItOrLeaveItHon Posted 8 Feb 2012 , 8:34pm
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I have my first order of cake pops this weekend, and I am at a loss how to cheaply package them. Is there some sort of cake pop packaging that I'm not aware of? How do you all package your cake pops for customers? Thanks!

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Herekittykitty Posted 9 Feb 2012 , 12:13am
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Well, not for customers but when I do individually package them for sanitary reasons.

I use small treat bags and place over thet tops of the pop, tying with a piece of ribbon around the stick.

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TheSweetTreat Posted 9 Feb 2012 , 5:05am
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It seems to me that the most popular way is to use a small clear treat bag and use a ribbon to tie it off just as the previous poster said. However, I did see an image the other day that I loved of cake pops with colored foil sheets wrapped around them or a frosted looking paper wrapped around them. Of course you can't see the cake pop that way, but I love the idea anyway.

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