Thursday, 20 October 2011

Diwali Cake Pops


Diwali (or Deepawali, popularly known as the "festival of lights".
The name "Diwali" is a contraction of "Deepavali" (Sanskrit) दीपावली Dīpāvalī), which translates into "row of lamps".
Diwali involves the lighting of small clay lamps diyas or dīpas in Sanskrit.
दीप) filled with oil to signify the triumph of good over evil.
During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes and share sweets and snacks with family members and friends
Now I came to make these pops for Diwali because once we were talking about cake pops and Aparna mentioned that we should make once cake pops together.
Ofcourse I agreed to it and we decided we will make for Diwali.
The plan was atleast to make Diyas but as you can see I failed miserably mine looks like I don't know what.
Here Hans was so much making fun of mine especially my red flame.
Anyway so I thought the same day I would make these Indian cute girls also which was absloutley fun .
Now I have to say something really silly I coudn't eat these cute girls becauseafter  takiing one bite and i felt so Guilty, I was feeling like I was eating someons head, felt like a Canibal :-)
You want see see wantmy patner in this pop did hop over to her place here  i love the flavour she has added in her pop.



Now to the recipe.
I used the same recipe as this one, but added much more less sugar to the cake and also i lessed the amonut of sugar I added into the butter cream.
So the cake pops which are originally very sweet was not so sweet .
And as you can see for making girls you need diferent colors and lips shape, small decorating sugar balls, small confetti decoration .



27 comments:

Chitra said...

wow, its really a festival treat :)

Gloria said...

Look beautiful dear Happy Cook!! gloria

indosungod said...

The girls are so darn cute. I like your diyas too. The flames look irresistible ;)

Laavanya said...

How very creative.. those indian girls look so coy & cute! :)

Maria♥ said...

These are so gorgeous!!

Happy Diwali :)

Maria
x

Bong Mom said...

The girls are so cute. Will show this to S, she is going to love it.

Sreelu said...

how adorable, its going to hard to eat them, lovely !!

Divya Vikram said...

Very cute :)

sra said...

They are so, so cute. The flames are good. Ignore Hans. :)

Priya said...

Omg, they looks damn cute and super elegant,especially love that girls,beautiful!

Cham said...

The last one is very adorable. What a creativity :)

Swapna said...

Very very cute cake pops Finla!!! Great job!

Poornima Nair said...

They look adorable!!

Smitha said...

they look very cute...gypsyish look!

Anu said...

very cute ; nicely done

Sharmilee! :) said...

Great job, very cute cake pops...looks so inviting

Vandana Rajesh said...

so creative..they look so pretty.

Sailaja Damodaran said...

very creative,,,, looks cute

RAKS KITCHEN said...

So So pretty and as someone had said in FB its very original Finla!

Spandana said...

Very cute cake pops Finla.... They look too good to eat :-)

Marian said...

Beautiful!And very funny written :-).

Cakelaw said...

Awww, these are adorable Finla! Happy Diwali!

Aparna said...

Like I told you before, those ladies look gorgeous! And I love the Diwali pops too. Of course, Hans was just joking. :)
Finally made and posted mine. Am sorry for the delay, Finla.

Manasi said...

these are SO pretty! I like the pretty girl with they shy look, pretty lashes;)

Sayantani said...

ohhh how did i miss it? such cute shapes...great creativity Finla

Veena Aravind said...

Super cute ladies Finla..!! they are so beautiful :)

Sharmi said...

while searching for this lovely pic I was going through all your recipes and my daughter was very impressed! how pretty those faces look hats off to the effort you put in!