It’s no secret that I am obsessed with cake pops. I think they are one of the most delicious desserts available. They are perfect for weddings and can be made into a variety of colours and styles to go with any wedding or event theme.
In the summer, I asked my friend Robin to join me in raising money for a four year old girl named Kaitlyn who has Leukemia. I wanted to send her and her family on vacation when she was done her treatment. Robin didn’t hesitate and offered her baking skills immediately. We baked dozens of cake pops and sold them all over Toronto. After being featured in the Toronto Star and Global TV the phone calls started pouring in. To this day I am still getting cake pop inquiries. I would have loved to continue but I was too busy with my business to continue baking and selling cake pops.
I am happy to announce that Robin has started a cake pop business! Her dedication and passion for baking is now available in Toronto. Her portfolio is outstanding and she can custom make almost anything! The cake pops also come in a variety of flavours including my favourites: banana cake and chocolate cake.
Robin is the cake pop queen as far as I am concerned. Pictured above are some of the designs she has done. The Jamaican Rastas and the Jennifer Borgh cake pops were my orders and a big hit at both events they were served.
Check out Robin’s website at Lottie and Lil