Raw Cake Pop Challenge Roundup

Last night at midnight was the deadline to enter the Raw Cake Pop Challenge, and boy have we got some creative entries! Lisa and I knew it was a tough challenge, but the participants’ hard work and determination exceeded our expectations. Today, we carefully narrowed down the 12 entries to three finalists based on the judging criteria and spent close to eight hours recreating the recipes. Tomorrow, we plan on hosting a tasting party with friends to select the winner. Stay tuned!

Here is the roundup of entries, in no particular order:

Bean of Without Adornment made Strawberry Cheesecake Pops.

Deanna of The Mommy Bowl made Coconut Chocolate Chip Sort-of Cake Pops.

Deanna of The Mommy Bowl also made German Chocolate Cake Pops.

Sasha of Blyssful Health made Cacao Raspberry Cake Pops.

Sasha of Blyssful Health also made Carrot Cake Pops.

Jennifer of The Robertsons of Mumbai made Chocolate Orange Cake Pops.

Marcy of (Don’t Be) Too Timid and Squeamish made Macadamia Cherry Chocolate Cake Pops.

Bitt of Bitt of Raw made Double Chocolate Mesquite Madness Cake Pops.

Marlie of Barefoot and Frolicking made Luverly Vanilla Cake Pops, Cacao Fudge Cake Pops and Mulberry Maven Cake Pops.

And last but not least, Tressa of Hecka-Good Recipes made Strawberry Shortcake Pops.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the challenge! We truly appreciate your efforts. But the fun isn’t over yet. Check out each of the fantastic recipes above and check back here soon for the challenge winners.

      

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3 Responses to “Raw Cake Pop Challenge Roundup”

  1. bitt — May 1, 2011 @ 6:00 am

    It all looks amazing! What hard work you are putting in to recreate some of them. I hope you had a lot of fun too!

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  2. Maureen — May 1, 2011 @ 12:56 pm

    These are so clever. I've never made one but I'm going to have to break down and try it. :)

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  3. Nicole — May 1, 2011 @ 4:25 pm

    Bitt: We had lots of fun! Thanks so much for participating :)Maureen: A raw version of a cake pop is really interesting. You should try one! There's an amazing recipe selection with all the entries.

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