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Bakerella Sweetens the Day with Snow Pops

​It's not likely to snow any time soon in these parts -- and the holidays are long gone -- but if you're still fighting the post-Xmas blues, like we are, check out the cavitity-inducing sweetness over at, a super-cute blog we just discovered.

Talk about eye candy. And hey, you won't blow your diet by just looking.

(Thanks to Brendan at Smeeks for sharing! And to bakerella, for the photo.)

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