This is more like, how to make cake POP!
Want to know the fastest way to get lots of people talking on Facebook? Ask them how to make cake pops. Crumbled versus machine? Frosting versus chocolate? Sticks versus straws?
I love eating desserts, but making them I’m not so good at, especially ones as pretty as this!
My friend Shazia from Sweet Endings in Chicago is lending us her expertise! She’s made over 1,000 cake pops in 5 short months! They are her biggest selling and most popular item. If you are lucky enough to live near Chicago she is the one to check out for party favors and treats.
Hi again everyone, it’s Shazia from Sweet Endings! I wanted to share a fun treat that is perfect for sharing with all your loved ones! These Red Velvet Cake pops are so yummy and the festive decorations will make them perfect for gift giving, hope you try them!
Start with any boxed cake/frosting, for anyone making cake pops for the first time, its the easiest way to have a fool proof cake.
Bake the cake according to the box.
Once baked and cooled, crumble the cake into a large bowl. Add the frosting till its a dough-like consistency. The amount of frosting will depend on how moist the cake is…start with half the can and work up from there.
Scoop out the dough and roll into balls.
Melt your candy melts in a bowl, get your decorations ready for dipping.
Dip your lollipop sticks in a little candy melt and stick into the cake ball. After all the sticks are inserted put them in the fridge for 10 min to chill.
You are ready to dip now, get a styrofoam block and all sprinkles/decorations you will be using.
Dip the cake pop and immediately add your sprinkles then stick in the Styrofoam so they can dry.
Don’t you just want a bite?!