How to Make Cake Pops #desserts #kidsrecipes

How to Make Cake Pops #desserts #kidsrecipes

You cake pops don't need to be bread kitchen flawlessness. Simply have a fabulous time making them and appreciate eating their delicate gooey focuses. They are very simple to do. Children will truly appreciate making them with you – particularly the plunging and brightening parts.

In the event that you need your cake flies to be round you'll have to utilize some froth block to stand them on or a cake pop shape. We wouldn't fret having them somewhat level on the base as they are simpler to store that way and they get eaten before long in our home! Be that as it may, on the off chance that you need to give these as a blessing, we would prescribe utilizing the cake pop form.

The best thing about making cake pops is utilizing remaining dry cake. On the off chance that you have extra cake from a birthday party or another occasion, this is an extraordinary method to transform that cake into something new! In the event that you had a cake fizzle and your cake turned out excessively dry, at that point that would likewise be immaculate to transform into cake pops. You can likewise prepare a cake from a cake blend or starting with no outside help to make your cake pops. Whatever cake you use, you can utilize a nourishment processor to disintegrate the cake. On the off chance that you don't have a nourishment processor you can likewise utilize your hands.


How to Make Cake Pops #desserts #kidsrecipes


  •  1 Leftover dry cake - or 1 cake mix box
  •  1 Can of icing
  •  1 Package of candy melts
  •  1 Package of Candy sticks
  •  Foam board - for placing finished cake pops in to dry
  •  Sprinkles


  1. If you do not have leftover dry cake, bake a cake according to package instructions and let cool. 
  2. Use a food processor to turn the cake into a breadcrumb consistency.  If you don't have a food processor you can also crumble the cake by hand. 
  3. Mix the cake crumbs with your icing (We used about 3/4 of the jar but you may need to add it slowly to get the right mix). You want it to be almost like dough but not too sticky from the icing. If you find it too sticky, add a little more cake in and if you find it too dry, add more icing. 
  4. Then roll the dough and form into balls. Place on wax or parchment paper.
  5. Chill the cake balls in the refrigerator for a few hours. 
  6. Melt your candy melts in the microwave according to the package directions. This is the step you really want to be careful with.  If you over-heat, then add some shortening to it. 
  7. Turn your microwave setting down as low as possible and stir often in between heating. Let the heat of the candy melts continue to melt on their own before putting in the microwave again so you prevent overheating them.
  8. Then dip the candy sticks in the candy melt mixture and place halfway through the balls. Allow the candy mixture to harden on the cake balls. 
  9. Dip in your melted chocolate coating and then let the excess coating drip off to one side. You can also add sprinkles at this point before the chocolate coating dries completely. Place in a foam board to dry if you would like your cake pops to be round. 

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