| PlateArt |

Purim Cakesicles

Labels designed by Leah Borenstein, omgdesign@aol.com

I always admired the creativity and talent of Chavie from Frostings and Co. Last year, she created these adorable, fun, and eye-popping cakesicles that can be custom designed to fit any Purim theme. Thank you, Chavie, for sharing some of the secrets of the trade.

you will need:
  • silicone ice cream molds
  • ziplock or piping bag
  • peanut chews or cake pop batter
  • mini popsicle sticks
  • printables for fondant pieces
  • colored chocolate bars (colors can be enhanced by using candy color, which is oil based; do not use regular food coloring, as the water in the color will make the chocolate seize)
Elegant Pops
you will need:
  • chocolate
  • gold dust
  • fondant
  • fondant impress letters (available from Amazon or Peppermill)
  • mask mold (available on Amazon)
  • gold airbrush can (Wilton)
  • sprinkles
To Make the Marbleized Pop:

Drizzle accent color chocolate into base color, making vertical and horizontal lines.

Dip pop in chocolate.

Repeat drizzle as necessary (every few pops).

Add gold dust for some sparkle.

To Make the Lettered Pop:

Roll out fondant and cut to fit pop.

Impress with letters. You can paint the imprint with gold dust or leave as is.

Attach fondant to pop.

To Make the Masked Pop:

Press fondant into mask mold, then remove and set aside to harden.

When hard, spray with gold.

Dip pop in chocolate color of your choice.

When chocolate is set, drizzle some more chocolate and add sprinkles.

Attach mask to pop.


For your convenience, all Amazon products used in this magazine can be found through this QR code


(Originally featured in Family Table, Issue 883)

Oops! We could not locate your form.