As soon as the kids were back to school and nursery I got stuck into an order for 350 cake pops. Luckily my poor sister was visting so I had a helping hand. The order was for a large corporate event being held at One Mayfair, a rather splendid old church just off Oxford Street. The client had engaged the services of Brian Olsen, a performance artist who paints huge canvases using lots of primary colours. He paints to music, using his fingers, elbows, arms and up to three brushes in each hand. To reflect his colours, I made vanilla cake pops covered in white chocolate and decorated with squiggles of red, blue and yellow Candy Melts. I prefer using chocolate to cover my pops as it tastes so much better, but Candy Melts are great for coloured details.
The cake pops were displayed around the old font. Unfortunately the photograph I have been sent is not great, but it gives you an idea of how they looked. It was hard work making 350 cake pops in two days, but very satisfying, and it's great to see them all in situ.