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    • I got the styrofoam from Dallas foam. They have tons of shapes and sizes. It would have been fun to also make a super tall tower.
      My sister Maggie put the cake pops in. My little perfectionist mini me! LOL

    • Oh goodness you are right! I must have been half asleep from the dessert buffet I made when I wrote this. I fixed the recipe in the original post. The pumpkin is added with the rest of the ingredients.
      I added a link to the cream cheese frosting I used on carrot cake cupcakes. But you don’t need a lot to make the pumpkin pops. Just 4 oz. of butter, 4 oz. of cream cheese, 1 and 1/2 cups powdered sugar and 1 tsp. of vanilla will make more than enough. Simply beat the butter and cream cheese together. Slowly add the powdered sugar. Then add the vanilla and beat until smooth and creamy.

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  1. […] The #1 flavor of any ice cream is vanilla and most cakes are either chocolate or vanilla.  Since vanilla is generally served at many birthday parties and such, I made these for a fundraiser for my friend.  I already made chocolate cake pops here for the wedding last month.  I reduced my vanilla buttercream recipe from the Root Beer Float Cupcakes to make frosting not from a can.  The can has hydrogenated oils – Yuck!  For more cake pop hints, try Cake Balls, Cookies and More’s post on Star Wars cake pops.  I also show step by step on Pumpkin Cake Pops. […]

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