June 17, 2024
Happy New Year – Festive, sparkling and glistening cake pops

Happy New Year – Festive, sparkling and glistening cake pops

Happy New Year 2013 !!!

Wishing you all nothing but the best for 2013!
Hope you had such a great new years celebration and I am looking forward to everything thats coming in 2013.

It is about to get allll glistening up in here! I know: All that glitters is not gold, but it can be fun, fun, fun!
That is why I made glistening cake pops for New Year’s and I think those are so cute for a festive occasion like New Year’s Eve.

I will tell you what to do and what to get to make those sparkling cake pops.

If it is the first time you are making cake pops, please visit my tutorial and recipe here.

For the New Years Glitter Cake Pops:

Additional Items you may want to get, makes a nice gift:

  • 1. Prepare your cake pops as usual. Or, visit my tutorial and recipe here.
  • 2. When you dipped your cake pops in the candy melts, apply your disco dust (above a huge bowl), cover the whole cake pop. Then gently shake off any excess.
  • 3. For a sweeter look, use ribbon for tying around the cake pop. No really, I think the ribbon really makes it festive.

And there you have it, your sprakling cake pop!

It is perfect for any type of occasion, Valentine’s Day is coming up, so definitely good for that (red glitter, ohwee!), or an anniversary, or girly birthday…you see, there are tons of reason to make those =)

Enjoy your weekend!

Many blessings,

About niner bakes

Hi I'm niner - I blog about cake pops, cupcakes & super healthy things: green smoothies, matcha, super foods & more! Welcome to my blog, I am thrilled you're here :)


  1. These are amazeballs!!! Where can I get disco dust in Europe, I think I want to roll myself in it ;) ? Thanks doll!

    • Hi Dani, just go to the german version of the blogpost, I linked all disco dust versions to the Amazon Website.
      Thanks for stopping by, girl =)
      Blessings, niner

      • Is that glitter edible? It looks very nice and I used to have hologram dust but its non edible.

        • Hi Brenda,
          if you buy glitter and it doesn’t say “edible”, please do not put it on your cake pops or cupcakes.
          I recently read an article that the brand Rainbow Dust mentioned their glitters are non-toxic, but shall not be consumed. Oh well.
          Quote: “Although a “non-toxic” product, The Sparkle range is not classed as a food item and is intended for use on items that will not be consumed.”
          Please visit their website to read more about it.
          Many blessings,

          • Hi again, I would like to know if the cake pops you posted are edible?
            For example the pink glitter cake pop were you say “its good for any type of occasion” like Valentines Day etc. I guess that means its edible?
            I went to the links you reccomended to see the glitter colours in amazon which i loved but they say non toxic but it doesnt say they are edible.
            where can i get those beautiful glitters that are edible and give the same effect as yours. Thanks

  2. Niner, these are awesome! Looove, love, love the sparkle, the pretty bows and how you photographed them! Spectacular all around!
    Happy New Year to you too, sweet girl!

  3. Happy New Year! These are so pretty. Kathy

  4. Happy New Year to you too!! Fantastic cake pops!!

  5. HI! Your work is beautiful! I started a cake pop business and I’ve been very interested in the glitters and dusts…. but I went to purchase them and they were not endorsed by the FHA…. and were considered not edible, unless it’s used on a cake flower that is generally not eaten. Which is what I was told by the company I almost purchased from…… Do you use decor that is FHA approved? Or considered edible? Thanks for your reply!

  6. Love, love these! Making cake pops for my daughter’s 9th birthday and was wondering how many pops one jar of disco dust will cover? Suggestions??

  7. wow, wie schön!
    kannst Du mir sagen, wieviele Cake Pops man mit einem 5g Döschen Glitter verzieren kann? Würde mich gerne daran versuchen, es hört sich nur so wenig an… danke :-)

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