Lemon Cake Pops

August 8, 2013 by Jenny Melrose
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Any time I plan a party I strategically plan out my desserts with my Party Planning Guide and I always try to add in a dessert that I’ve never made before.  For Avery’s Baptism Party I decided it was time to try my hand at cake pops.  I’m so glad I did because I’ve been getting texts since the party wanting the recipe.  These Lemon Cake Pops are so simple and absolutely delicious!

Lemon Cake Pops

Lemon Cake Pops

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  • settingforfour

    Oh my gosh!! So pretty and they look so delish Jenny!

  • Fresh Eggs Daily

    These look delicious! I found you through Strut your Stuff..I would love for you to come sahre at our From the Farm Blog Hop!
    Fresh Eggs Daily

  • Amy | Club Narwhal

    These lemon cake pops are darling! I love how no fuss they seem to be. I like that you use your ice cream scoop to mold them (I usually just dive in with my hands which usually results in some pretty sad and lumpy concoctions :).

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