Friday, November 18, 2011

Thanksgiving To Go

It is funny how many of my girlfriends don’t cook, or don’t like to cook. This makes no sense to me because I LOVE to cook; it is more of a creative outlet for me than anything else. So the idea of buying a precooked Thanksgiving dinner or going out to a restaurant is blasphemy. But plenty of people don’t like to cook, and for them, it must sound genius.

If you decide to forgo the standard tradition, or are making a new tradition, there are numerous vendors to choose from. Heck even the local grocery stores seems to carry the complete meal to go. If you are willing to make reheating your new turkey tradition, check out the following companies to prepare your festive meal.

HoneyBaked Ham (don’t let the name fool you) serves up The Big Feast for under $150 with some basic sides, but not a whole lotta fanfare. Check out all their combos online at HoneyBaked Ham.

Marie Calendar’s is cooking turkey too, and they seem to offer more of a complete Thanksgiving meal, and of course, they’re always serving up their delicious pies. And if you purchase $25 or more in Gift Cards you get a $5 gift voucher, would be a great idea to buy some gift cards, buy your Thanksgiving feast and save at the same time. Visit Marie Calendar’s online for more info.

Looking for organic, local goodness? Whole Foods, offers a similar feast to Marie’s, and you can pick up a great bottle of wine when you grab your dinner. They provide dinners for 6 with all the fixins, just turkeys and sides plus they provide re-heating instructions. Whole Foods ordering online makes it super convenient and quick.

Interested in eating out on Thanksgiving? Do you remember the scene from A Christmas Story? Apparently that is a thing of the past; everyone seems to be open this holiday. Again, blasphemy. I say let the restaurant industry spend their holidaysat home would ya? But alas, I am outnumbered. So if I had to go to a restaurant on Thanksgiving, I’d surely visit one with flat screens and the common sense to put on the games.

And while you are sitting at a booth somewhere surrounded by the culinary challenged. I’ll be lounging at my parent’s house, smelling the turkey, drinking mimosas, and watching football. And of course, I’ll be in the kitchen cooking comfort foods with my mama.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Trick or Treaters Wanted

Whatever happened to Halloween? And what the heck is “Trunk or Treat”? It sounds like something we should be doing with our significant others after the kids are asleep.

Seriously, does anyone else miss watching munchkins walk door to door, their plastic pumpkin heads filled with delicious goods? Spotting preteen Elvis’ and witches enjoying what may be their last year, carrying pillow covers sagging with loot. Do our children really have to settle for candy out of trunks in church parking lots and trick or treating at local malls?

And c’mon it’s not like you can trust everyone at church anyways. Yeah, I said it.

Let’s teach our kids we can have faith in our neighbors. And if you don’t want your kids to get overloaded on sugar, collect the candy and give it to charity. Or better yet, issue a snack out every once in a while, practice some control.

Let’s not make it so difficult. Look forward to Halloween, don’t be afraid, dress up your little pumpkins, grab some flashlights, sacks for treats and hit the streets.

Here’s the plan, pick the houses you want to visit, and don’t go to the scary ones. Spend time with your kids while you still can, they’ll be driving away in your SUVs before you know it. Have a Kit Kat and relax already, you’re gonna have a good time.
BTW trick or treating can be considered cardio.

Get in the spirit; throw on a funky hat or wig or something. Remember I’m not trying to change the world; just having a little bit of candy is all. It’s one night, enjoy it and get on with your life.

Save the real stress for Christmas, its only 70 days away and counting.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Most of the ladies I know do not look forward to football season. Now that we are in the thick of it, instead of loathing it, why not join the party? Coming from a girl who loves the sport, my goal is to encourage women to tolerate it at the very least, maybe even learn to love the game.

Women appreciate tasty hot wings, cold beer and cute guys, right? I’d say we’re halfway there. My suggestion is this, just try to look at football from a different angle -- the female angle; it’s a great way to meet men, tailgating is encouraged, and the football uniforms look pretty damn good from here.

I’m not asking you to learn what a “false start” is, or what the Tight End does, or even what a 2-point conversion means. I’m just asking you to look at football in a way you’ve never seen it before, through Gucci sunglasses and eyelash extensions.

Here are the top ten reasons Ladies should enjoy football season:

10. Mark Sanchez - sure he's a tad young, but he'll be around for a while.

9. For once, you may know where your boyfriend/husband is every Monday night, Thursday night and Sunday. Include Saturday too, if he’s a college football guy, and what self-respecting football watcher isn’t?

8. He won’t care if you go shopping as long as you stay out of the way of the TV.

7. Tony Gonzalez, even if he is married.

6. Football season only lasts around five months, six if you include pre-season, and that’s a helluva lot shorter than baseball season.

5. A great reason to start drinking early on a Sunday.

4. You can give your Swedish maid costume a break because your guy is totally involved in another fantasy.

3. He won’t actually drag you to a game unless you head to San Diego or Northern Cal; we’re still the largest metropolitan area without a football team. Didn’t the Rams leave like 16 years ago?

2. When a girl wears a football jersey it hides all of the squishy parts and boys think girls in sports outfits are awfully cute.

1. Did I mention Tom Brady?

So go forth ladies with your new outlook and celebrate the best tradition since turkey on Thanksgiving, or ham on New Year’s Day and yes, we all watch football on those days too. So throw your hair in a ponytail, grab a frosty one and join me and the boys, because it’s going to be another long, magnificent season.

Brought to you by MyOCMommy

Thursday, September 22, 2011

I Love the Smell of Pumpkin in the Morning

Am I the only one who waits anxiously all year for pumpkin flavored treats to pop up again? Does anyone else possess a peppermint palate or a gingerbread gusto? 

Let's face it the old standards are around all year long; chocolate, vanilla, red velvet, carrot, lemon...and don't get me wrong, I'm a HUGE fan of these flavors. And clearly there is a reason they are in for the long haul. But there is something sweet about an old familiar essence arriving at my local coffee house or favorite bakery. Boy am I thrilled the wait is finally over.

For instance, this morning I tasted my first Starbucks Salted Caramel Mocha and I was delighted, you can't get that at Eastertime. Admitting the free coffee postcard I received in the mail was addressed to a "Beata Cuffee", and she probably would have enjoyed the coffee as well as I did if she truly did exist. But as luck would have it, the card arrived at my house and my coffee nickname became "Bee" for the morning. 

I'm the type of person who will drift from milk chocolate in search of some seasonal savory. I'll pop an eggnog treat or two, and have even tried a fruitcake in the past. 

And I do agree that these periodic pals are more than welcomed, they are some of the scents and tastes that help define a season. Without the balance of nature, we'd be eating pumpkin muffins all year long and would have nothing to look forward to in the fall. I'll go along with it and I'll even raise my glass of spiked apple cider to prove it. 

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Falling in Love with Fall

It’s fall again. My favorite time of the year. School, football and the holiday season are upon us.

I love the pumpkin lattes, the gingerbread Just a Bite Cake Pops and anything else with snowflakes or tinsel. This season always feels like family. It feels like a movie on a rainy Tuesday, or a football game on a Monday night. The tourists have gone home and I can reclaim my beach city. Nothing about fall isn’t delightful, except maybe the threat of California fires.

With that being said, this year was a bit different. I sent my eldest daughter off to Kindergarten. I miss her already. I miss knowing what she is doing, seeing who she is playing with and I miss having lunch with her every day. This may be a bit dramatic, but it seems like the beginning to a whole lot of not seeing her. She will be going to school for the next 13 years, and hopefully after that, she’ll be off to college. It seems like a long way off, but man, it seems like it’s just around the corner.
At least she's still young enough to enjoy crunching the leaves under her feet and picking out a costume for her favorite holiday. Maybe I'll order myself some Halloween Just a Bite Cake Pops and head off to the pumpkin patch while I still can, her little hand in mine.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Pretend City, Plum District & Just a Bite Cake Pops

We love events and we love kids, so being a part of the Pretend City Anniversary Party was a no-brainer. The festivities took place last Monday and there were over 400 Plum Moms and Families in attendance. We handed out pops by the handful. The kids enjoyed the museum while they snacked on vanilla and chocolate pops in an array of cheerful colors.

Pretend City has been a great addition to our community. They provide a safe learning environment for children, ages infant to 10 years, and their parents. Located at 29 Hubble, Irvine, CA 92618 the museum is open Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Monday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Your little ones will enjoy hours of fun in their pretend world, my girls loved going to see all the miniature shops and offices. And of course they loved eating their Just a Bite Cake Pops.

The event tickets were sold exclusively through Plum District. If you haven't heard of Plum District, it's the only daily deal site that caters to moms and families. Like Groupon, but for women like me and you, and any other moms or great girls you may know. Check out their daily deals and become a subscriber today.

We love being a part of local events, and if you or your company would like to provide our cake pops at your next gathering, hop on over to our website and order some today.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Healthy Snacking for Back to School

We may not all be parents yet, but even grown-ups like to take a snack break every once in a while. Why not make it a healthy snack? I’ve found ten great, new ways to snack healthy. Pack them in your kid’s lunchbox, toss one in your yoga bag, or throw them in your filing cabinet at work, either way snacking can be a healthy addition to your daily diet, just remember all you need is just a bite.

Late July Organic Dude Ranch Multigrain Snack Chips - 120 cal, 5g fat for 13
Made in a nut-free facility these chips pack omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. Some profits go to summer-camp scholarships. (

Tate's Bake Shop Whole Wheat Dark Chocolate Cookies - 80 cal, 4g fat each
Tate's treats are made with healthy whole-grain flour and dark-chocolate chips. The cookie's size is just right. (

Frigo Cheese Heads Fit & Fun Lovers Natural Cheese - 60-70 cal, 3-5g fat each
String cheese is one of my all time favorites and I’m stoked to be introducing it to my kids, especially because my youngest won’t eat any meat. With high-calcium, reduced-fat string cheese you can try it both ways, white mozzarella and the speckled Colby Jack. (

GoGo Squeez Applesauce - 50 cal, 0g fat each
My kids don’t necessarily like applesauce, but I sure do. I prefer the unsweetened versions and this pack is easy for one the go.

Dole Ready-Cut Fruit Strawberries, Peaches & Bananas - 70 cal, 0g fat per ½ cup
Smoothie ready fruit sounds like a no brainer for my family. Or keep it handy when the berries have gone out of season. Add it to low-fat yogurt and give them a whirl. (

Seaport Edamame Soybeans in Pods - 90 cal, 3g fat each
It only takes a few minutes to heat up these single-serve packets of edamame. What a great snack and it is full of zinc, iron and protein. Makes you feel like you are having a fancy snack. (

Jamba Yogurt & Sorbet bars - 80-90 cal, 1-2g fat each
Who doesn’t love Jamba Juice? Now they are in the stores with these amazing sorbet and yogurt bars. Found in your local supermarket the pops have probiotics to help aid digestion. They will think they are having ice cream, and nobody needs to tell them any differently. (

Tribe Origins Hummus, Tomato & Veggie - 70 cal, 6g fat for 2 Tbs.
Hummus is the snack of the year for us. We dip pita chips, tortilla chips and celery in it for a quick, healthy treat. I hear you can try it with pretzels too. (

YoGreek Yogurt + Crunch - 140 cal, 1g fat each
My family loves yogurt and fruit with granola. This snack makes it easy to just add some chopped fruit for a healthy breakfast or even a dessert. With whole grains it will fill you up even more and is full of flavor. (

Remember to snack well and healthy. Kee your body going and your mind strong. Plus it doesn’t hurt if it rubs off on the little ones in your family or even on that guy sitting on the couch watching ESPN. And don't forget if you snack light, you will always have room for dessert – Just a Bite Cake Pops.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Light and Healthy Summer Salad

This summer we have been eating outside quite a bit. Friends and family have gathered, sometimes it is just the four of us and our dog Denver, but no matter who is present, our dinner is always tasty. We have been enjoying light meals that are full of flavor. The following recipe is my most fave of the entire season. It's my go to salad and I hope you will enjoy it soon. Seriously, I make this salad every other week, no fail.

Tortellini Pasta Salad with Tomatoes, Olives, Mozzarella and Arugula


1 lb of your favorite fresh tortellini

1 cup grape tomatoes - halved

1 cup fresh arugula

1/4 cup your favorite olives

8 oz fresh mozzarella balls


1 cup olive oil

1/2 teaspoon whole fresh thyme leaves

1 tablespoon minced fresh garlic

2 lemons, zested

1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 teaspoon Dijon mustard

2 tablespoons Champagne or white wine vinegar

2 teaspoons kosher salt

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Handful grated parmesan for the top

Cook tortellini as directed, let cool. Combine pasta, tomatoes, arugula, olives and mozzarella. On the side combine all dressing ingredients and whisk until blended. Pour over top of pasta and toss. Top with parmesan cheese if desired. Serve warm or chilled for best results.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Summertime Snacks with a Healthy Twist

We all love the summertime; beach trips, vacations, cook outs, fairs, amusement parks and lots of lots of food. I always seem to gain weight in the summer because the hours are longer and the food is more abundant, or maybe the sun makes me hungry. Either way, summer foods are creative, fresh and sometimes fatty, but they don’t have to be. Here are some of our favorite summer foods, with a healthy twist.

Watermelon and Feta Salad, sounds strange right? It is so refreshing and light, and full of flavor. Slice watermelon and top with crumbled feta cheese, drizzle with light olive oil and fresh dill. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Remember to eat soon to avoid soggy melon.

Kabobs are the easiest way to cook in the summer. Better yet, grab a grill basket and toss all the ingredients inside, saves time layering the food and soaking the sticks. We love the combination of fresh vegetables or fruits and meats or seafood. It’s also smart to have two baskets, one for veggies and fruit and one for meat, since the meat takes a bit longer and no one likes overcooked vegetables.

Keep it light by cutting back on the marinade, substitute with a rub like McCormick’s Grill Mates® Cowboy Rub and double the amount of veggies. Grill 5-7 minutes on each side and enjoy with a salad or fruit on the side. It’s also smart to have two baskets, one for veggies and fruit and one for meat, since the meat takes a bit longer and no one likes overcooked vegetables.

Lastly, a low fat summer dessert is always an option with all the fruit in season. Grab some light vanilla yogurt and top with fresh berries and a drizzle of honey. Crumble a handful of graham crackers for some crunch and take pleasure in knowing you aren’t only having something sweet, but you’ll still be able to wear a bathing suit in the morning.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Great Things Do Come in Itty Bitty Packages

Here at Just a Bite Cake Pops not only do we create delicious treats, but we enjoy eating them just as much, if not more. One of our favorite local dessert companies is called Itty Bitty Sweets and if you haven't heard about them, you are sure to love them as much as we do.

Itty Bitty Sweets was created by a busy mother of three, former teacher and baker extraordinaire; Page Bowman. From the original itty bitty cupcakes to hand dipped pretzels, cookies, pies, cheesecakes and brownies. Located in Ladera Ranch, CA, this dessert company creates small packages of delicious flavor.

Nobody makes something so small, taste so wonderful. Itty Bitty Sweets are the perfect addition to a wedding shower, baby shower, along side of your wedding cake, anniversary party, or any other gathering where people want to have their tiny cake and eat it too. Enjoy these delectable treats soon, they will become a favorite of yours, we just know it.

To reach Itty Bitty Sweets visit them online at or call (949) 292-6878. You can also find them on facebook and twitter.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Sunscreen, Streamers & S'mores

Nothing says summertime like a 4th of July celebration. In Southern California we are spreading on the sunscreen, decorating our cruisers with streamers and heading to the beach or a great park nearby. I even have a sparkly, navy blue, sequined tank top hanging in my closet anxiously waiting for this patriotic holiday.

Whether you are celebrating with a beach barbecue, backyard buffet or a block party, we know just the treat to make everyone mad with envy. Just a Bite Cake Pops are easy to buy, delicious, and even easier to eat. Who wants to deal with a plate and fork on the 4th? Not me, just give me a stick with delicious cake and I’m good to go. My holiday choice is the s’mores cake pop, of course.

Tell us about your favorite 4th of July memory. It may be watching the fireworks from a picnic blanket as a child, or riding your bike in Newport Beach with your friends. Maybe it’s watching the local parade every year with your family and a mimosa, or maybe you just like to sit on a lawn chair in your own backyard. No matter how you party, bring along a cake pop to enjoy while you watch those magnificent bursts of color overhead and enjoy this breathtaking holiday.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Gifts for Dad in the OC

Father’s Day is right around the corner and even though I believe Father’s Day is every day, I also believe a good man is hard to find. So this Sunday why not get your Dad or husband or Pop-Pop the gift they really want, instead of socks and underwear. The following are the top ten Orange County Dad’s gifts according to us and they are awesome, if we do say so ourselves.

1. Just a Bite Cake Pops, of course.

2. What dad or Grandfather doesn’t like a bottle of imported beer, a glass of wine or a shot of whiskey? Visit your local BevMo store, or order online and pick up is the place for all of your fatherly consumptions or a fancy container to pour them into.

3. My Dad loves to eat lunch anywhere near the water with a view. If he had his choice he would have Father’s Day lunch at one of these three restaurants in Orange County;

• Billy’s at the Beach located at 2751 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach, CA 92663, call (949) 722-1100

• Rusty Pelican at 2735 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach, CA 92663 for more information or (949) 642-3431

• Duke’s in Huntington Beach located at 317 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, call (714) 374-6446 or visit for more info and reservations.

4. If your dad lives locally and he’s ever picked up a 7 iron or a sand wedge, he knows about Roger Dunn Golf Centers. A gift certificate would be the easy solution for your Dad’s day gift dilemna. They have locations in Seal Beach, Anaheim and Santa Ana. For more details visit

5. What dad wouldn’t want a gift from Tommy Bahama’s in Newport Beach? If you have deep pockets and your dad has taste like mine, you can’t go wrong with a t-shirt, gift certificate to the store or restaurant, or classic button-down shirt from Tommy Bahama’s. Sit back and enjoy

We hope no matter what gift you choose this Father’s Day you will have a wonderful day spent with the dads in your life. The gift of time is really all he wants, maybe it’s with his children, or maybe it’s watching The Weather Channel with just a beer and his thoughts. Either way, keep it simple and sweet and it will be a Father’s Day to remember.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Children's Party Expo at Pretend City this SUNDAY

Of course Just a Bite Cake Pops are delicious. Of course we like to send them to our friends, and hand them out at events...but did you know they are FANTASTIC for children's parties? We even do party packs to make it easy on mom.

This weekend we are celebrating children's parties at a wonderful event at Pretend City. Beth Slavin has put together a whole gaggle of fabulous companies in one spot, with one goal - to get your party started. Pretend City is located in Irvine and is a children's interactive, non-profit museum in the shape of a small-city. But this Sunday, April 10th, it will be turned into a party extravaganza. Come join in on the fun with Just a Bite and other vendors like Custom Candy Bar & Buffet, Best of the Best Events and Clique Photo Booth, just to name a few.

The expo starts at 10:00am and we'll be there from 1:30 on til the end at 5:00pm. Rain or Shine, since it takes place in doors and safely under a roof, come visit us on Sunday at 29 Hubble, Irvine, 92618. Visit Pretend City on the web at and find out what a unique experience it is. We look forward to seeing your shining faces on Sunday, and helping to plan a party soon!

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Chicks, and Eggs and Baskets, Oh My Cake Pop

With spring in the air and Easter just around the corner, Just a Bite Cake Pops has hopped up the kitchen and created some adorable pops you just have to peep.

Whether you are sending a bit of bunny cheer to an Aunt in Atlanta or creating a brunch to remember, Just a Bite Easter pops are sure to sweeten the day. We fashioned cute chicks, spring bouquets and shimmery eggs with delightful designs. And who wouldn’t want to wake up to sweet cake pops in their basket Easter morning? Cake pops are a unique way to celebrate this holiday tradition.

Order a dozen or a bouquet to send to your family today, or we can definitely provide your local Easter dinner with a delicious dessert. Display them in the ready-for-your-table bouquet or individually as place settings for the meal. Heck, you can even hide them for an unforgettable Easter egg hunt, just don’t leave these pops out for too long, or they will surely become a treat for someone else.

We suggest the hide and find immediately egg hunting tactic.

Follow the link to delicious springtime fun and remember to tell some-bunny you love about Just a Bite Cake Pops today!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Because Weddings are a BLAST

This past week we attended the Associaton of Bridal Consultants evening at Tustin Ranch Golf Club in Tustin The venue is amazing, and we were proud to have Just a Bite Cake Pops sponsor the dessert portion of the night.

Our display was our new treat tower, wrapped in satin ribbon and loaded with delicious cake pops. Our bride and groom cake pops stood happily ever after at the tippity top of the tower. We also designed a cake pop bouquet, perfect for photo opportunities for a flower girl and ring bearer, or as a tasty decorative touch added to a bridal shower or bachelorette party.

The vendors of the night we are exciting event companies and we felt honored to share the spotlight with all of them. Kelly Aguilar of The Chic Geek taught us all a bit about facebook and business at the opening of the evening. She has a great website and daily geek tips for us computer challenged peeps.                                                                                                                 

When it came time for appetizers and mingling we entered the most beautiful space. Linens were outstanding by and the theme colors were chocolates, orange and beautiful marine blue. Flower Fusion supplied the view with towers of sunflowers and daisies among other flowers. What spectacular design. Troy Grover photographed the event and the entertainment was provided by Black Tie Events . Even our chairs were beautifully provided by Chiavari Chairs and the menu for the night was on gorgeous invites supplied with style by Paperie And Planning

When you get a chance check out all of these wonderful vendors for your upcoming wedding, event or party. We would highly recommend them all and enjoyed spending time with a wonderful group of professionals. We sure hope they enjoyed the Just a Bite Cake Pops as much.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Everyone Loves a Cup-Cake Cake Pop

And who wouldn’t want to celebrate with our newest addition to the Just a Bite family. Cup-Cake style cake pops. These adorable cake pops are the traditional pop, just dressed up like a cupcake. They are great on the sticks or off and look fantastic when displayed at your event.

These adorable pops would be great for a kid’s birthday, adult or even just for a fun holiday event.

Order online now at or simply follow this link to our special ordering page:

You can easily choose whether you want the Cup-Cake pops on a stick or simply the Cup-Cake pop tops. Either way your guests will enjoy them no doubt about it.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Choose our Next Featured Flavor

In our last newsletter, we invited our fans to submit ideas for our next flavor of the month. The lucky winner will receive a dozen of their custom flavor! There were so many great ideas, we couldn't choose just one... so we have posted our favorites and would like your help choosing the winner. Vote for the flavor that makes your mouth water on the poll on the left side of the blog! Thanks for your help! PS -Our newest flavor Rocky Pop, featured here, is now available on our website!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Showers and Parties with Character

Kids love to see their beloved characters show up for their birthday parties. Even adults like to throw a party where their favorite childhood friends and adored characters appear. At Just a Bite Cake Pops we love to decorate our pops with flair and charm so it is a match made in dessert heaven.

This past weekend our pops were featured at a Baby Shower for a mom-to-be and she loves Cat in the Hat. We attached these adorable cards to each pop and they were a major hit with the party goers.

Whatever you come up with, whomever you love, we can serve them with a pop. When your daughter turns five and wants hello kitty treats for her party, let us know. If your best friend can’t get enough of Betty Boop, surprise her with Boop pops at her bash. We’ll design the perfect color scheme and card to go with your pops. Or you can always come up with your own ideas and we’ll do our best to match it.

With Just a Bite, you never know who is going to show up at the party, but everyone will definitely walk out with a smile on their face.

Order your specialty pops today at

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Countdown to Valentine's Day

It's almost here, the most romantic day of the year. Make sure to order your sweetie some Just a Bite Cake Pops before Monday, February 7th. Visit our website at and order today!!!!

Friday, January 21, 2011

A Super Game Needs Some Super Pops

With the "Big Game" coming up, everyone is wondering who is going to play, who is going to win and where they are going to party. We promise if you bring these adorable football Cake Pops, you will go down as the winner. And you will probably be remembered long after the confetti has been swept up off the football field.

Order now for your game party and enjoy some Just a Bite football cake pops in any one of our classic flavors; Just Chocolate, Very Vanilla, Red Velvet and Classic Carrot. A combination of these pops and the team colors would be a great idea as well. It's either going to be black and yellow, green or navy and orange. We have the candy colors waiting and can't wait to join in on the fun.

We can do these football pops just in time for kick off, but you have to order by Monday, January 31st. Order online at