Cabbage Patch Lollipop Babies

by Theresa
(Oceanside, CA)

Cabbage Patch Baby Lollipop Mold

Cabbage Patch Baby Lollipop Mold

I am making Cabbage Patch Babies in lollipop molds for a baby shower. I am going to try and pour chocolate for the first time.

I have bought the molds, and I want it to come out right. I have never done this before, so any and all tips would be appreciated.

Hi Theresa, Congratulations on your first candy molding experience! Don't worry. It really isn't terribly difficult. Are you using colored melts or just regular chocolate?

Doesn't matter really, but if you are using the melts, you can get a little pack of mini paint brushes from the dollar store and use them to "paint" in the details on the Babies faces before filling them the rest of the way with regular chocolate.

One of the main things to keep in mind is not to get water in with the chocolate when you are melting. This causes the chocolate to seize up or go funny. If you are melting it over a double boiler, keep that in mind.

Also, don't overheat the chocolate. If you are melting it in the microwave, stir it every 30 seconds. It may not look melted because chocolate holds its shape a bit. Stir it anyway! :-)

There are more tips and instructions on these pages:
Chocolate Candy Making Molds
Tempering Chocolate
How To Mold Chocolate Candy
Chocolate Lollipop Molds

That should answer most of the questions you might have.

I hope the Cabbage Patch Babies come out just the way you like and that the baby shower is lovely. Now, don't forget to come back and show off a photo of your finished lollipops! We want to hear how you went. You can tell us all the details using this form.

Just remember this - Have Fun!!!

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Jan 23, 2014
Cabbage Patch Baby Shower choclate lolipops NEW
by: Dee

You can get them at I did and you can also get the boy or girl molds as well. Fast shipping. I am in the process of making them for our church's Baby shower for the community. Thanks again for the great idea I just love it.

May 20, 2013
cabbage patch baby mold NEW
by: Peggy Noeske

You can buy the cabbage patch baby mold for $1.99 and everything else needed even eyes very easy at sugar craft on line.

May 18, 2013
cabbage patch chocolate lollipops NEW
by: theresa

I'm going to try these lollipops but I would like to know how to get the rosy cheek look. Do I use pink luster dust after chocolate is hardened and out of the mold..or paint the inside of the mold first. I just don't want that glob look for cheeks. Also the eyes are indented would be hard to paint before pouring chocolate in. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Oct 16, 2011
cabbage patch molds
by: Anonymous

I want to make the baby shower favors my baby shower can any one tell me how to make the faces look like the are in a blanket using napkins.

Sep 03, 2010
Cabbage Patch Molds on Ebay
by: Angie

The only place I've seen the cabbage patch molds is on ebay so far. :) But those sellers have to be getting them from somewhere! :) I don't think you'll get them any cheaper elsewhere though, so you might as well buy them from ebay.

Sep 02, 2010
Cabbage patch molds
by: Anonymous

Is there a homepage that sells the molds or only ebay? [email protected] thanks!

Aug 25, 2010
Cabbage Patch
by: Expecting2011

I am also looking for molds for the cabbage patch babies. If anyone knows where to order them please let me know... [email protected]

Apr 16, 2010
by: Debby

I just finished making these for the first time and I found it easier to paint the eye color before filling the mold. Once I took them out of the mold I took the tip of a brush and with dark chocolate made the pupil. I also noticed a bigger pupil makes them look better that a tiny dot. Hope this helps!

Feb 02, 2010
i would like to know about your mold
by: Anonymous

Would u be so kind to tell me where u bought ur cabbage baby mold? please [email protected]

Jan 16, 2009
Chocolate Paint for Molds
by: Angie

Hi Jeannie,

You don't use real paint, of course. You just use colored chocolate.

You can tint white chocolate by using special oil colors or you can just get colored chocolate wafers and melt them just as you would regular chocolate.

It really is easy to "paint" in the details of the mold first, let it set, and then fill up the rest of the mold with the background chocolate.

Hope that answers your question and that you'll have a great time giving it a try. Don't forget to come back and show off! :-)

Jan 16, 2009
by: jeannie

what kind of paint would you use to paint in the eyes and the lips and cheeks, and where would i get them.

Jan 02, 2009
by: Anonymous

Your idea is great would you mind telling me where to buy the candy molds from I would also love to try to make them myself. JERAYAD27atYAHOO.COM

I usually recommend Candyland Crafts and One Stop Candle for molds, but they don't carry these particular ones.

Believe it or not, you can find cabbage patch molds on eBay!

Apr 03, 2008
Chocolate Candy
by: Chocolate Candy

WOW! Your idea of making Cabbage Patch Babies in lollipop molds is very good and children definitely like this. Keep on continuing.....

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