Cake Pop

Decorating By jdelectables Updated 4 Feb 2014 , 5:21am by Norasmom

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jdelectables Posted 9 Jan 2014 , 12:30am
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What would you charge for a bumble bee cake pop (on a stick)?

And, how would you do the black stripes on each?  If I do fondant black strips, that is going to be a ton of work!  and probably not cost effective.  I am doing 100 of them.  Thanks !

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MsMartha Posted 4 Feb 2014 , 3:33am
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Not sure about where you live but I would charge $4 each due to the labor intensiveness of each one.  As for making the stripes, you could dip the bumble bee in yellow, wait until it dries, brush on clear stripes of sugar glue (water and tylose powder) and then sprinkle on black jimmies, sprinkles, sanding sugar, etc.  for the stripes.  Hope this helps. 

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Norasmom Posted 4 Feb 2014 , 5:21am
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Not sure that they are cost-effective to make because, yes, they should be priced at $4.00 each due to the work and your customer might not like the $400 price tag.  You should dip them in yellow and then pipe chocolate lines on them and put licorice in for the antennae.

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