Cake Pop How To

This past year I have been baking non stop! I am finding new recipes every day and trying new things. One thing that I always come back to are my cake pop recipe which my cousin Julie gave to me! It is for sure a crowd pleaser. One of the great things about them are that they can be made for any occasion or theme.

Image{red white and blue themed for an Olympic viewing party}

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{pink themed cake pops for my boss’s daughters birthday party}

Making these little suckers is so much fun! I included the recipe so you can make them too! enjoy, xx!

Ingredients:

One box of cake mix (flavor of your choice)

One can of frosting (I used cream cheese flavored)

Dipping Chocolate (grocery store or any candy making store)

3 eggs

Applesauce (used instead of the vegetable oil, to make more moist)

Water

Sucker sticks

Wax paper

 Directions:

Spray 9×13 pan with Pam spray.

 Mix cake ingredients in a separate bowl, and pour mixed batter into pan.

 Follow cake cooking instructions on back of box.

 After cake has been baked, let it completely cool.

 After cake has completely cooled, mush cake so that it crumbles into little pieces.

 Take half of the can of frosting and dump into cake, mix with hands or in a food processer so that the frosting and cake or one consistency.

 Roll cake and frosting mixture into tiny ball shapes and put them in the freezer for 15 minutes.

 Heat up chocolate at 30 second intervals in a microwave safe bowl, removing from microwave every time and mixing. (Be careful not to over melt, it will burn!)

 Take frozen cake balls out of freezer, dip the sucker stick into the melted chocolate and then stick into the frozen cake ball.

 Then dip the frozen pop into the chocolate, submersing it in all of the way so that it is completely covered.

 Tap it on the bowl to get any access off, and then set it on wax paper to dry.

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