This Valenteine's Day forget flowers. Instead treat your honey to the sweetest gift ever: a bouquet of cake pops designed to look like roses.
These lovely rose cake pops are made by artisanal bakery Sweet Lauren Cakes in San Francisco. Each delectable treat is made from red velvet cake that's baked from scratch, crumbled and rolled with cream cheese frosting before being coated with white chocolate.
After being shaped, each rose cake pop is decorated wtih red and pink chocolate petals and tied with a green bow. The end result is a budding rose that says 'romance' with every bite.
If you'd like to treat someone special to a bouquet of rose cake pops, you can purchase a set of six over at Williams-Sonoma for $39.95.
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