March 24 is National Cake Pop Day

It’s a cake on a stick!
Cake on a stick!
It’s a cake on a stick!
Cake on a stick!

Yeah, no…no matter how many infomercials tell me that Cake Pops (and Super Donuts) are a Thing, if I want cake, then I will eat a PIECE of cake or buy A donut. Stop making things out of things that aren’t things!

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Here are today’s five thing to know about Cake Pop:

  1. A cake pop is cake, baked in an appealing shape, hand dipped in frosting,  and decorated to taste, all on a stick to be eaten as candy.
  2. While there is no recorded date for the creation of cake pops. Most people say that Bakerella, a popular baking blog, helped make then a “pop” phenomenon.See Pinterest below
  3. In 2011, cake pops were considered the newest and most popular confectionery food trends
  4. Other variations of cake pops are  cake balls, cakesicles, cupcake pops, and cake-on-a-stick.
  5. Cake pops in recent years have become ubiquitous to Starbucks coffee shops.

* Bakerella celebrates National Cake Pop Day on Feb 1

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Foodimentary

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Today’s Food History

  • 1765 The British Parliament passed the Quartering Act, which required American colonists to provide temporary quarters, food, drink, etc. to British troops stationed in their towns.
  • 1896 Clement Hardy received a patent…

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