5-Minute Mummy Cake Pops Halloween Treat

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Halloween is much more fun with yummy treats! Like these super cute and super easy to make Mummy Cake Pops. Whip up these spooky-licious treats for the kids in as little as 5 minutes!

These mummy cake pops make for a fun after school treat or you can serve them up at a Halloween party. They’re really easy to decorate and the kids can even join in for some fun in the kitchen.

Mummy Cake Pops

If you can’t make these yummy cake pops now, pin this post to come back later.Easy Halloween Mummy Cake Pops

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If you spend a lot of time on Pinterest pinning awesome recipes that you wish you had time to make, you’re really going to love how easy it is to make these Halloween cake pops!

Because these yummy treats are made with store bought cakes and just a couple of other ingredients, they take almost no time at all to prepare.

Even the busiest mom can probably find some time to make these fun Halloween snacks!

So let’s get to it!

Mummy Cake Pops Ingredients

**Makes 20 Mummys

Ingredients Mummy Cake Pops

How To Make Mummy Cake Pops

Open each set of Fancy Cakes and discard the wrappers.

Attach the large flat piping tip to the piping bag and scoop the frosting into the bag.
Tip: Place the piping tip in the piping bag and mark the end with a sharpie. remove the tip, snip the end of the bag and place the tip back inside.

Insert a paper straw into the bottom, center of each Fancy Cake.

How to Make Mummy Cake Pops

Place a small dab of white frosting on the back of each candy eye and give each Fancy Cake two eyes.

Gently squeeze the frosting out of the piping bag starting at the top of the Fancy Cake and working your way to the bottom. Repeat with all the Fancy Cakes.

Making Mummy Cake Pops

You’re done! Easy right?!

Hope you enjoy these yummy mummy cakes with your kids! Have a Happy Halloween!

Making Mummy Cake Pops

5-Minute Mummy Cake Pops Halloween Treat

Yield: 20
Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 package of Little Debbie Fancy Cakes (brings 20 mini cakes)
  • 1 tub of white frosting, any brand
  • Black & white paper straws OR a fun Halloween print
  • Large flat piping tip
  • Large piping bag
  • Large candy eyes

Instructions

  1. Open each set of Fancy Cakes and discard the wrappers.
  2. Attach the large flat piping tip to the piping bag and scoop the frosting into the bag (tip: Place the piping tip in the piping bag and mark the end with a sharpie. Remove the tip, snip the end of the bag and place the tip back inside).
  3. Insert a paper straw into the bottom, center of each Fancy Cake.
  4. Place a small dab of white frosting on the back of each candy eye and give each Fancy Cake two eyes.
  5. Gently squeeze the frosting out of the piping bag starting at the top of the Fancy Cake and working your way to the bottom.
  6. Repeat with all the Fancy Cakes.

Halloween Cake Pops

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