Pick Up Sticks

May 5, 2011 1 Comment by Nicole

It is my opinion that everything tastes better on a stick. Corndogs, chocolate covered banana’s, and I’m sure that if you put bacon on a stick, it would taste even better than it does now (although it’s hard to imagine). So, it’s only natural that dessert tables would be taking a step in this direction. You can find just about every dessert on a stick these days and they double as great favors! Check it out.

Cake Pops have become a big hit, even Starbucks sells them now! Most of them are made using cake crumbles mixed with icing and then dipped in chocolate or another icing mixture. The sky’s the limit on decoration for the pops, you can color the dipping or add fancy sprinkles. These cakes pops are being used for escort cards, just in case guests get hungry on the way to their table, right?

Photo Credit: Cake Ink.

French macaroons have been on the scene for a while, but new and inventive flavors are taking the trend to a whole new level. How cute to put one on a stick and tie a bow around it (another way to tie in your wedding colors).

Photo Credit: Tartelette

A lot of brides would love to have cheesecake served at their reception but don’t necessarily want to sacrifice their wedding cake. Cheesecake pops are a great alternative that can be added to your dessert table for that one bite of wonderful goodness!

Photo Credit: Bakerella

Okay, so I didn’t know pie pops existed until about a month ago and HELLO! What an amazing idea! They take the mess out of eating pie and are perfect for a wedding any day of the year. Coordinate your flavor of pie with what’s in season and ask your caterer to use local produce for really nice flavors!

Photo Credit: Bakerella

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One Comment

  1. Mandy
    6 years ago

    I love this idea for favors! I was thinking about incorporating these into the centerpiece. I like the idea for name cards too. FYI – Tried my first cakepop on Easter! LOVE!


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