This easy Cake Pop recipe doesn't require any molds - just mix your ingredients together and dip into melted chocolate for yummy results!
Cake pops are fun to make, fun to look at and fun to eat!
This recipe is very simple and is a great way to produce a batch of delicious chocolate cake pops to serve at a party, give as a gift, or to simply enjoy at home with your family!
Because this recipe is so straightforward, it's very easy to adapt to suit your tastes - or to create several different flavor combinations for variety!
Here are some ideas:
Use a white cake mix with vanilla frosting and a white chocolate coating
Use peanut butter instead of melted chocolate for your coating
Use a pumpkin cake mix with a cream cheese frosting and white chocolate coating
Use a strawberry cake mix with strawberry frosting and white chocolate coating
You can also make seasonal variations - for example, add heart shaped sprinkles for Valentine's Day
, stars for Christmas or you could even add some googly eyes and create Cake Pop Critters!
When you think about it, there are dozens of combinations you could try!
Tips for making cake pops
If you don't have a food processor, you can crumble the cooked cake using a fork instead
This recipe asks you to refrigerate the cake pops before dipping them in chocolate - do not miss this step! It's much harder to roll them if the mixture isn't cold enough.
If you don't have a styrofoam block to stand your cake pops in as they dry, use a thick carboard box instead.
Cake pops as gifts
Because they are so versatile, cake pops make wonderful gifts (you could create white ones with blue sprinkles to give after the birth of a baby boy, for example).
To make them look really special, why not pop a few into a lollipop treat bag? You can then secure it with a pretty bow that suits your theme!
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