These creative Summer Cake Pops are perfect birthday or pool party desserts. From beach balls and sharks to lady bugs and crabs, enjoy these cute fun food ideas for cake pops!
Adorable Summer Cake Pops!
When I think of summer… flip flops, popsicles, ice cream and cold drinks come to mind. We love summer cookies, but cake pops are so popular and often a bigger hit at a party than cupcakes!
You don’t have to shape them into balls each time, find lots of different shapes here to match your party theme! Click the links below to get directions from these talented bakers and bloggers.
We love this tutorial for how to make Flip Flop cake pops!
Let’s hear it for some boy party ideas! How about Shark Cake Pops? Yes! I am dying over the cuteness from Bee in our Bonnet….love them!
Any Baseball lovers out there? Here are Baseball Cake Pops to make you cheer! Thank you Cake Central for the inspiration.
These Ocean Creature Cake Pops by Cody Cakes are so creative and beautiful for an Under the Sea party!
Pineapple Cake Pops that would be fantastic for a summer party!
We love the cake pops made for this luau party by Crowning Details!
Learn how to make these fun Beach Ball Cake Pops on Beki Cook’s Cake Blog.
The perfect Crab Cake Pops by Designing the Good Life. These would be adorable for parties all year round.
Who says Ladybug Cake Pops need to be red and black? I love these pink ones by Sweet Bites!
Get festive with these Margarita and Martini Cake Pops by 365 Days of Cake Pops.
Bits of Sunshine has the cutest Sun Cake Pops ever! Plus, they seem easy to make. I love the sun. It makes me happy and that’s why I live in hot Arizona! 🙂
Which Cake Pops do you like best?
Leave a comment if you have any fun summer cake pop ideas! I’d love to hear about them. You can add photos to the Living Locurto Facebook page too!
Nancy Pfeifer is a talented mom and party planner from Arizona and founder of A to Zebra Celebrations and MyPartyIsOver.com, a place for everyone who loves to recycle and reuse party decor. She loves planning parties for her two daughters! Follow Nancy on Facebook and Twitter.
Originally published on June 7, 2012. Last Updated on May 15, 2021 by Amy Locurto