My friend was telling me about cake pops. Did anyone else know about this?? I’m sooo going to try and make these.
Bake cake according to directions and cool completely.
Crumble Up Cake
Using hands, or a fork, crumble cake into a large bowl. I used a butter-rich cake batter. Next time, I’d use another mix, as this one was actually too moist.
Add in Frosting
Add in one container of frosting a little bit at a time and mix thoroughly, using the back of the spoon or your hands.
Mix Until Evenly Distributed
Roll Into Balls
Roll mixture into balls of your desired size and place on wax paper.
Insert sticks a little less than halfway into the cake balls. Place in the freezer to firm up.
Melt Candy Coating
Using a microwave or double boiler, melt the candy coating.
Ensure the candy is thoroughly melted.
Coat Cake Balls
Dip cake balls into the candy coating by slowly rotating the lollipop stick until the ball is covered. Remove and softly tap and rotate until the excess chocolate falls off. Coat in sprinkles, sugar, or other toppings. Store pops right-side-up in styrofoam or place head down on wax paper for different result. The results were a bit overwhelmingly sweet for my taste, but the kids loved them!