Cake Pops recipe | Homemade Cake Pops | Leftover cake recipes
Cake Pops recipe | Homemade Cake Pops | Leftover cake recipes with step by step pictures and instructions. Learn how to make cute cake pops using leftover Cake. Cake pops are so easy to make and best way to use leftover cake. Whenever we make cake and decorate them, we will have some leftover crumbled cake after trimming the edges. We can use those cake to make cake pops. I made these cake pops for my daughter birthday party and packed them in cute pouches along with cookies and chocolate as give away.
You can use any flavor of cake with cream or without cream. We need to add any type of frosting to crumbled cake and make them as balls. Then dip these balls in chocolate and add any sprinkles of your choice. If you don’t have pop sticks can simply use small liners to assemble them. Kids will enjoy these treats as snacks. Sending this to Srivalli’s Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Sharmila themed on Birthday Treats
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How to make Cake Pops with step by step pictures
Crumble the cake nicely.
Add any frosting to it and mix.
Form small round cake balls from mix.
Shape all the dough as balls.
Refrigerate them for 1-2 hours to make it more firm. Melt the chocolate using microwave or double broiler and keep it ready.
Take the sprinkles in one plate.
Dip the cake pop sticks in chocolate first. Then press it in cake balls gently. Repeat the same for all balls and keep it in fridge for 30 minutes to freeze.
Then dip the entire ball in chocolate and remove the excess chocolate.
Add sprinkles on top and allow it to dry. You can use cardboard or styrofoam to place the sticks. I didn’t find any so just used the liners.
Allow it to set for couple of hours and serve. You can wrap them with wrapper and tie with bow for parties or simply keep it. Enjoy the cute little cake pops
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