We interrupt this regularly scheduled peanut butter palooza 2.0 week to bring you a very special Birthday wish to my niece, Zoey.
Zoey is the little cutie patootie who was featured in my Christmas Cookie post as she waited for those golden beauties to come out of the oven.
That photo was a year ago and Zoey has certainly grown since then! Today Zoey turned 8 years old! I keep trying to make her a year older which, when she’s 39, she’d be pretty upset about, but probably not so much at 8
I got to speak to Zoey today after she got home from school (she lives in Virginia but still has that Texas accent, ya’ll) and was happy to hear that she had such a special day.
January and February are VERY busy for our families with Birthdays and since we couldn’t be with Zoey on her special day today, I made a Birthday treat (and yes it is made out of cake not ice cream). Happy Birthday sweet girl, we sure do love you xxxxx
Cake Pop Sundae
Make some cake pops. You can either do this by crumbling baked cake with icing, rolling and then refrigerating OR the super easy way with a cake pop pan or maker. My sweetie pie sister bought one like this for me last year and it’s fantastic!
Once you have made your desired cake pops, melt some white chocolate melts as per the package instruction. Dip a few cake balls in the white chocolate, covering the top completely, and then stack in your cupcake cup or ice cream cup (I bought mine from our local Essential Ingredient store……my mecca).
Once the cake pop balls have been stacked and the chocolate has set, melt a small amount of chocolate melts as per the package instructions.
Drizzle a small teaspoon over the top of the “sundae” to form the hot fudge layer.
Top with sprinkles, if desired, and when are they not desired (?), and place one red M&M on top. A little ice cream paddle spoon completes the presentation.
This is the perfect way to have your cake, eat it too, and no melting Happy Birthday Zoey!
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