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Ned Stark Cake Pops: Deliciously Decapitated

by Paul Strauss
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If you’re a Game of Thrones fan like me, you’re probably still missing Sean Bean as Ned Stark this season, despite the sheer awesomeness of the show. While it’s highly unlikely that even Melisandre’s┬ádark sorcery could bring back Eddard, you can still remember him the next time you have dessert.

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These awesome Ned Stark cake pops turned up over on Not Your Momma’s Cookie, and they most definitely are not your momma’s cookies. Unless your momma made cookies that look like tiny decapitated Englishmen. Each one is made from red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting, and a variety of ┬ácandies, then popped onto a skewer with dripping blood courtesy of melted red candies. Yum.

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If you want to make your own, pop on over to NYMC and check out the recipe and construction photos. Personally, I want to toss in the head of that obnoxious King Joffrey and that two-faced Petyr Baelish into my batch.



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