TOP OF THE CAKE POPS
Kristie Tracey y has taken cake on a stick to a new level with her line of celebrityy heads, including g luminaries such as Carrie Bickmore ( below).
THE Cake Pop Queen, Kristie Tracey, has turned cake pops into an even finer art by creating celebrity head cake pops including The
Project host Carrie Bickmore and Duff Goldman, the legendary cake king of Charm City Cakes in Baltimore.
The Erskine Park resident’s delicious balls of goodness have catered for the likes of Kyle and Jackie O, Channel 9’s Today, Studio
10, The Morning Show, The Australian Bridal Expo, designer Karen Millen and even Pink’s daughter, Willow.
After just four years and countless hours watching YouTube tutorials and studying magazine recipes, Mrs Tracey said she had mastered the art of cake-pop baking.
At first, Mrs Tracey said it took her an entire day to create one cake pop, but now she is pumping them out to fill orders of 200 a week. “My first job was actually in a bakery, but I was in an office job after having my four children,” she said. “Now I’ve created my fifth baby.” Mrs Tracey sold 20 copies of her new ebook Let
Them Eat Cake Pops just one week after it launched.
She has also started teaching cake pop classes in Arndell Park. To book a spot at the next class in September, visit The Cake Pop Queen Facebook page.
Kristie Tracey with some of her creations and (inset) a Carrie Bickmore cake pop.