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Monday, July 5, 2010

Cake Pop Recipe


 Easy Cake Pop Recipe

Perfect for any party or get together, these super easy cake pops are sure to rock your world!  A quick shout out to my beautiful and talented sista-in-law, Lyndsi, who was patient in teaching me to make these glorious yummies.


 Want to learn how to make these for yourself?


Here are the step by step instructions with pictures.
Feel free to leave a comment with any questions.

Ready, set, go!


Supplies:
Devils Food cake mix {and ingredients listed on box}
1/2 package of chocolate frosting
White Chocolate Candy Melts {2 bags from Michael's}
Candy sticks {from Michael's}
Styrofoam
Gel Food Coloring {NOT liquid}
Foil
Vegetable Oil Spray
Shortening {large spoon full}

Step One:
Line your large cake pan with foil. 


Now grease the foil with vegetable oil spray. 


Step Two:
Follow the recipe on your cake mix and bake your cake as directed. 


 Allow the cake to cool.


 Step Three:
Put your baked cake in a large mixing bowl.


 Use your hands to crumble the entire cake. 


Add about 1/2 of the package of chocolate frosting to the crumbled cake.
The chocolate frosting is what acts as a glue to hold the cake balls together.


Now its time to get dirty.
Use your hands to mix the frosting evenly throughout the crumbled cake mix until the cake mix is well moistened. 


Your cake mix should be moist enough to shape into a large mound and keep its shape.


  And if your hands don't look like this, then you're doing it wrong {lol}.


Step Four:
Roll your cake mix into 1 inch balls using the palms of your hands.


You should be able to get 35-40 cake balls from a single batch of cake mix.


Step Five:
Now we prepare the chocolate shell.  Pour one entire package of white chocolate candy melts into a microwave safe bowl.  Follow the melting instructions on the package.  *Be sure not to burn the candy melts or they will taste super yucky*


Pull out your melted white chocolate and stir thoroughly with a spoon until COMPLETELY smooth.  Once smooth, add a large spoon full of shortening {Crisco} to the white chocolate to thin out the consistency a bit. Stir thoroughly again.


Step Six:
Take a cake pop and dip into the white chocolate about 1 inch. 


 And then place it into the center of your cake ball.
This will act as a glue keeping your cake pop and stick attached.


Then place your cake pop in the Styrofoam to harden.
Continue with the remaining cake pops. 


Step Seven:
Now you are ready to coat your cake pops in the delicious white chocolate.
This is the most tricky step of the entire recipe.  It took me some practice before I was good at evenly coating the chocolate on the pop.


The key is to place the pop in the chocolate at a sideways angle with one hand.  Using the other hand, spoon the chocolate mixture all around the pop.  Try to do this as quickly as possible before the chocolate begins to harden and get lumpy. 



Once you have evenly coated the pop, gently tap the stick on the side of the bowl to get off any excess chocolate that would drip.


Step Eight:
Now its time to make your pops look extra pretty.  Use the remainder of your white chocolate for the drizzle.  If you run out, make more following the steps above. Add the GEL food coloring of your choice until you receive your desired color.  The liquid food coloring will immediately harden and ruin your chocolate. 


Fill a Ziploc bag with your colored white chocolate.  Cut a small hole in one corner of the Ziploc back so that you can drizzle the colored chocolate over your pops. 


Now let your pops dry and then you are done!
Lyndsi and I preferred the way the cake pops taste after they have chilled in the refrigerator for a bit. 

I am so making these at the next baby shower I throw {that's right Kristyn}!

How pretty are these bad boys?! 








We had a handful of hungry little kiddos anxiously awaiting the completion of our cake pop project.  Let's just say the cake pops were a big hit amongst my niece and nephews.

 Check out my Nephew {Lil C}--it doesn't get much cuter than this:


 Here's the rest of the adorable gang eating their yummies:


Enjoy! 


Happy Baking!

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104 Comments:

At July 6, 2010 at 12:28 AM , Blogger Echo @ Barely Mommy said...

I love you! I really do. You just made this look so easy! Really, I'm going to go make some balls now! Haha. Oh, and thanks for explaining my my white chocolate never works when I color it. I never thought to use another kind of coloring. Silly...

Hope you guys had a great 4th!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 6:23 AM , Blogger Kim said...

LOVE! Yours turned out so much cuter than mine. It looks like your little guys are enjoying them, too, how cute :).

 
At July 6, 2010 at 7:42 AM , Blogger Chris said...

Great tutorial, Ashley. I've seen these around, and always wondered how they were made. I just might have to make these for my baby's birthday.

 
At July 6, 2010 at 7:45 AM , Blogger Jennifer said...

These look so yummy! Thanks for sharing...can't wait to try them. Looks like the kids thought they were yummy too!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 9:10 AM , Blogger ShadowCase said...

I've seen these around on other blogs, but they always looked too difficult to make. You did such a great tutorial I might actually be able to make them!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 10:54 AM , Blogger Kristyn said...

Wow those look amazing! I have always wanted to try making cake pops but I couldn't justify eating 40 of them between my husband and I. I am excited for my baby shower though! Very cute!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 10:56 AM , Blogger Nina @ Momma Go Round said...

Haha, great minds think alike! Yours are way more pro looking, mine were an attempt to slap them together before LJ woke up. Glad you're home!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 11:59 AM , Blogger Diane said...

OMGosh, these look wonderfully delicious! TFS.

 
At July 6, 2010 at 12:00 PM , Anonymous Olivia said...

Wonderful! I need to try some of these!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 1:36 PM , Anonymous anne maskell said...

These look so good! I want to make some, but I'm afraid I'd eat them all before my family had a chance! But, you've twisted my arm, so I'll have to do it! Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm visiting with ASLS, hope you visit me too!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 1:42 PM , Blogger Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Those are cute!! I don't know if I'd get the hang of the icing part, but it's worth a try. :)

 
At July 6, 2010 at 4:24 PM , Blogger Ginger said...

These look yummy!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 6:45 PM , Blogger Save the Date for Cupcakes said...

How cute is he eating the cake pops?! So adorable!

 
At July 6, 2010 at 7:45 PM , Blogger Chasity @ The Intertwined Life said...

I can't wait to try making some of these -- so cute! And I'm sure MUCH cheaper than at bakeries.

 
At July 6, 2010 at 11:01 PM , Anonymous Jeannie said...

Lyndsi is one of my dearest friends here in SB so I've had these treats many times and they're always PERFECT. Thanks for posting the step-by-step tutorial!

P.S. Your site is darling!

 
At July 7, 2010 at 6:39 AM , Blogger Debbie said...

How fun! I love the pictures, especially of everyone enjoying their pops!

 
At July 7, 2010 at 1:49 PM , Blogger Athienna Calixto said...

I just told myself today that I needed to find instructions on how to make these because they are all I am hearing about. Can't wait to try it!!

 
At July 7, 2010 at 5:52 PM , Blogger Summer said...

I can't wait to try these!

 
At July 7, 2010 at 6:18 PM , Blogger Monkey's mama said...

LOVE your blog! It's making me hungry, haha! I must try this recipe. I found you from the follow me back wednesday. Please follow me back at the-chunkymonkey.blogspot.com and on facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Sippy-Cups-Cloth-Bums/130812363623943?ref=ts

Thanks :)

 
At July 8, 2010 at 2:15 AM , Blogger Bird said...

Hey sweetie!! :)

These are YUMMY!! I tried them a while ago too, and used cream cheese instead of the frosting to glue! :)

Thanks for linking up this gorgeous tutorial!!

Love,
Bird

 
At July 8, 2010 at 5:56 AM , Blogger Brianna! said...

OH MY GOODNESS!!!
I need a party to make these for....like ASAP!
CANT WAIT
thanks soooo much for sharing this BRILLIANCE

xoxo
bB

 
At July 9, 2010 at 6:28 AM , Blogger The Girl Creative said...

This was the best tutorial on these! Thanks so much! I made them in the winter and it was sort of a disaster. lol The balls kept falling off the sticks, the crumbs got in the chocolate. Oy! lol I'm bookmarking this page b/c I definitely want to try this again. Adding you to my blog list too. :)

 
At July 9, 2010 at 7:22 AM , Blogger ★All Thingz Related★ said...

Not only are these CUTE they look YUMMY too! Thanks for joining us for Anything Related #14!! ~Bridgette

 
At July 9, 2010 at 7:59 AM , Blogger Allison said...

I just made cake balls for the first time this past week. They are super cute as pops too! Thanks for the idea! :)

 
At July 9, 2010 at 3:01 PM , Blogger Kelley said...

wonderful! I am doing a baby shower next month and these will be perfect!!

Thank you!

 
At July 10, 2010 at 3:21 AM , Blogger Madigan at madiganmade said...

YUM. These look so good!

 
At July 10, 2010 at 8:15 AM , Blogger Cecily said...

OMG, these are brilliant! So easy and great for any big gathering! Thanks for sharing!

 
At July 10, 2010 at 8:33 AM , Blogger Tru@TRU TALES FEATS said...

Very cool. I may have to try this sometime.

 
At July 10, 2010 at 2:42 PM , Blogger Brian and Kendra said...

I NEED to make these! :) They are so cute! I just found your blog and I love it! Ok so how many pops did one cake mix make? I need to make sure I have enough for the party I am taking them too! THanks!

keylimeblogdesign{at}hotmail{dot}com

 
At July 11, 2010 at 7:36 AM , Blogger Fawnda said...

Yummy And cute! I love it!

I featured you here:
http://firefliesandjellybeans.blogspot.com/2010/07/sunday-spotlight-soys-35-favorites.html

 
At July 11, 2010 at 4:44 PM , Blogger Heather said...

I had these for the first time as a wedding favor about a month ago! So excited to know how to make them now. Thanks so much for linking up! Hope you've had a great weekend!
Hetaher @ www.savingmoneylivinglife.com

 
At July 11, 2010 at 6:18 PM , Blogger Candy Bello said...

I love this idea!!

:)
Candy

 
At July 12, 2010 at 7:22 AM , Blogger Bird said...

Hey Sweetie!!

Featured your Party at Bird Crafts!! :)

Thanks again for linking up!

Love,
Bird

 
At July 12, 2010 at 10:27 AM , Blogger mrs. c said...

thanks so much for the step-by-step instrutions! I have wanted to maek these and really appreciate how you took so many photos. It is so much harder to cook and document at the same time. I am going to make these for my pre-k students at our first party. Thanks again

 
At July 13, 2010 at 2:45 PM , Anonymous Rita @ TesoroFino.com said...

Wow!!! They're so professional looking. They look like they came from a bakery! Thanks for sharing with me! Stop by and become a "Follower" so we can share our creativity more often together!

 
At July 13, 2010 at 4:44 PM , Anonymous Kelly said...

Thank you for breaking this down! I've been wanting to try this but needed better instructions and yours are great! Pictures are a huge help, too!

 
At July 14, 2010 at 7:00 AM , Blogger Denise said...

These always look so good, thanks for showing step by step instructions, I really want to try these sometime soon :)

 
At July 16, 2010 at 8:49 AM , Blogger AliLilly said...

WOW!!!! Thank you for this wonderful tutorial! I CAN NOT wait to make these!!! I'm a "newbie" so please come by for a visit! :)

 
At July 19, 2010 at 6:26 AM , Blogger Its A Blog Party said...

Those look so great! The tutorial is fantastic!
Thanks for linking up!
~Liz

 
At July 29, 2010 at 5:37 AM , Blogger Danelle said...

Came to you this morning via The DIY Show Off. This tutorial is great! My question is: how do you serve them? Do you wrap them in plastic like a lollipop, or do you stick them in something?

 
At July 29, 2010 at 5:54 AM , Blogger Nancy @ Live love laugh said...

I have seen these before and said -forget it-too difficult, but your tutorial is great! I really want to try these-especially after seeing your cuties loving them!

 
At July 29, 2010 at 7:26 AM , Blogger Ashley @ Little Miss Momma said...

Danelle,

I have seen some people wray them in plastic with a ribbon and it looks super cute.

I have only made them this one time, and I put them in a vase to display--but they were gobbled up before I could get a picture ;)

ashley

THANKS EVERYONE FOR ALL YOU KIND WORDS AND SWEET COMMENTS--IT MAKES ME HAPPY!

 
At July 29, 2010 at 8:33 PM , Blogger Jessica said...

Oh Yummy!! I will be making those for the next party I go to. Thanks for the great idea.

Jessica

 
At August 20, 2010 at 12:23 PM , Blogger Lincoln's Log said...

These are adorable!!! I had a quick question for you... Do you know if I make these the day before a party if they will hold up well? Will they get hard?

Thanks!!!

 
At August 20, 2010 at 12:27 PM , Blogger Ashley @ Little Miss Momma said...

Hi Lincoln's Logs,

Great question!
These are actually better the next day, in my opinion. Once you make them keep them in the fridge and then they hold up much better {and taste better chilled}! Enjoy! ;)

 
At October 22, 2010 at 11:03 AM , Blogger danib said...

oh my gosh this is a great idea! so cute too. i am going to make some right now :) ty. thank you for the idea cause i do have a baby shower to go to and halloween is coming up too. orange and black would be cool.

 
At November 2, 2010 at 5:35 PM , Blogger Jen said...

These look delicious! Is there anything besides white chocolate i could use for the outside part? I'm not a huge fan of white chocolate.

 
At November 18, 2010 at 2:35 PM , Blogger Mrs. P said...

Thank you for sharing this step by step! I've been searching for a good cake pop that I could make for my son's classmates for xmas. I like your tips of dipping the stick in the chocolate first to act as a glue. I am looking forward to making these soon! Thanks again!

 
At November 25, 2010 at 11:43 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At December 21, 2010 at 11:59 PM , Blogger mandie said...

Do you have to use the candy melts or can you use almond bark? I live out in a small town & our tiny store only has almond bark. These are beautiful!

 
At December 22, 2010 at 5:05 PM , Blogger Ashley @ Little Miss Momma said...

hi mandie,
I am not exactly sure what almond bark is, but any bakers type chocolate that melts and re-hardens should work I think. I have never tried any other chocolate though.
thanks for your comment :)
best,
ashley

 
At January 5, 2011 at 3:47 PM , Blogger Stephanie said...

This was the best tutorial I found when looking for a cake pop recipe and they turned out amazing! You are very talented! I am linking to you in my post about the ones I made! I just made these for NYE!

 
At January 28, 2011 at 12:22 PM , Blogger The Thomas' said...

So making these for my daughters V-day partay at school (3 yrs & 4 yrs) The kids will love them. PS: I find that using one of those mini crock pots is the BEST way to keep your melting chocolates at a nice consistency for a longer period of time. Cuz you know that when you have little kiddos running around, you get interrupted. Not so good when you are trying to work with melted chocolate. Thanks for sharing!

 
At February 7, 2011 at 12:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the easy instructions!! I want to make cake pops for my kids' teachers for Valentine's Day and now I think I'll be able to do it.

 
At February 12, 2011 at 9:04 PM , Blogger BAKED Cakes By Jenn said...

Great tutorial!! I tried using white chocolate chips w/ heavy whipping cream as I would for a poured ganache and it wouldn't stick to the pop. Then i tried using candy melts and it was so think it kept pulling the pop off the stick so I combined the two and the combination turned solid!! I'm going to try your method next!!

 
At February 16, 2011 at 3:35 PM , Anonymous Hari AUS said...

Hello, I am in Australia and would like to attempt these but shortening is hard to come by. I have found a place that has Crisco products and am wondering if I should buy the butter flavour or the normal one. Thank you

 
At February 19, 2011 at 1:36 PM , Blogger Becky said...

I featured this great recipe on my blog ziggyfoods.blogspot.com.
I just made mine into balls and they just didn't turn out as great as yours, so I directed my viewers to your blog.

Thanks,
Becky

 
At March 3, 2011 at 8:33 PM , Blogger Louise said...

Your cake pops look great. Thanks for the tip about the coloring gel. I read in Bakerella's Pop cake book that using food coloring would make the coating hard, but I didn't know that you could use the gel.

 
At March 13, 2011 at 2:17 PM , Anonymous Sumer said...

Hi, I just used your recipie and they turned out great!! Your directions and photos were right on and it made it so easy! I am going to make these for my daughters birthday in a couple weeks! She loved them! Thank you!!!

 
At March 15, 2011 at 2:55 PM , Blogger Stephanie {Luxe Boulevard} said...

This is so awesome to see. I actually just saw cake pops at Starbucks last weekend and thought about getting some for my kids. But I couldn't honestly justify spending nearly $2 on a sucker, cake filled or not. You bet I will now be making these for my daughtes bday!

 
At March 16, 2011 at 2:05 AM , Blogger Bec @ eleventhirtyish said...

scrumdiddlyumptious! I make a super yummy vegan version of these as often as i can. The teachers at E&O's school love them as they are safe for those kiddos with allergies since there's no dairy or egg xx

 
At March 16, 2011 at 7:00 AM , Blogger Maria-Isabel @ Agape Love Designs said...

So awesome! Ive been wondering how to make these things for a while now! They seem so easy! Thanks for sharing a tutorial! :)

 
At March 17, 2011 at 7:28 PM , Blogger Anneris Morales said...

te felicito. soy dominicana y hare estos cake pop..

 
At March 18, 2011 at 8:25 AM , Blogger lori said...

ohhh my goodness. you are my new favorite person (does that sound creepy?) so, ive been following your blog for a few weeks now. im a newbie and yours is my FAVE. even more so now that i was looking at your tutorials... and saw these babies!!! i am planning a baby shower and these are freaking PERFECT. thank you, thank you, thank you!!

 
At March 20, 2011 at 6:16 AM , Blogger Jen said...

Did you chill your cake pops before coating them? I made some last night and followed Bakerella's suggestion to chill before dipping and my chocolate was cracking after coating. I think it was because the cake was too cold, so I'm wondering if I can skip the chilling and not have that problem. Thanks!

 
At March 21, 2011 at 7:43 PM , Blogger vserrano32 said...

Thank you for posting this i have been wondering how to make them. also, I was just wondering, about how many pops are made with one box of cake mix?

 
At March 29, 2011 at 6:41 PM , Blogger aleelavine said...

Hi! Checking out your tutorial on cake pops as I have ventured into this world myself a couple of days ago. I had trouble with the white candy melts drying.... it got strange, like almost little air bubbles or something as they were drying... have you had this happen to you at all?

 
At March 29, 2011 at 9:17 PM , Blogger Ashley @ Little Miss Momma said...

Hmmm, Alle I have never had that happen to me before. The only thing I can think of is that maybe you didn't add enough Crisco to the candy melts?? Also, make sure you stir the candy melts REALLY well before you start to dip the pops.
hope this helps a bit :)

 
At April 15, 2011 at 12:31 PM , Anonymous Shirley Raymond said...

I thank you for sharing this recipe. I bake for my restaurant and plan to have this for Good Friday (Easter)we will are closed on Sundays. Anyway I will post back how they go over with all my customers. Claudia's Place Midland Texas.

 
At April 22, 2011 at 5:39 PM , Blogger Rebel Chick said...

I just found your blog today and I just finished making these! :) Your recipe & instructions were so much easier to follow than most other blogs posts I found.
Thank you so much! They came out adorable!

 
At April 22, 2011 at 6:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At April 22, 2011 at 7:07 PM , Blogger AshleeElizabeth said...

You are my heroine!!!

 
At April 22, 2011 at 9:46 PM , Anonymous Cheryl said...

Thanks! Always wanted to know how to make those cake pops.

 
At April 23, 2011 at 3:41 PM , Blogger maura trujillo said...

genil el tutorial .... muy facil de seguir thank you.

http://mtcupcake.blogspot.com

 
At April 23, 2011 at 5:23 PM , Blogger maude said...

this was a really cool thing to do...however i must say i did mine with my great nephews and great nieces...mine obviously werent as nice as yours lol but we all had a real blast...thanks for sharing it :)

 
At April 23, 2011 at 11:40 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have never seen these before, my kid's birthday coming up. So going to give it a try!!! Thanks cool tutorial.

 
At April 25, 2011 at 6:05 PM , Anonymous Norma said...

gonna try this for sure ;)

 
At April 28, 2011 at 10:40 PM , Blogger Melissa said...

Oh my god so cute!! I was hesitating about making these for my son's upcoming first birthday party but after seeing how easy it can be, I'm definitely doing it!! I love your blog by the way, I got here from someone else's blog that made cake pops based on your tutorial. I just started my crafty mommy blog and your blog is a true inspiration. Thanks for the tutorial and you definitely got a new follower!

Melissa @ knitpurlbaby

 
At May 9, 2011 at 11:15 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm thinking if trying these but would like to know how many days in advance I can make them for a bake sale? Do you know how ling they keep?

 
At May 23, 2011 at 12:14 AM , Blogger Melissa @ knit purl baby said...

Yay I made some cake pops using your tutorial!!! They didn't turn out as pretty but they were yummy! Thanks for the tips!

cake pops @ knit purl baby

 
At May 24, 2011 at 5:16 PM , Blogger penelope perez said...

Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe
I was looking for my daughter's birthday
blessings

 
At May 26, 2011 at 9:57 PM , Anonymous Barb said...

I haven't bought Crisco for decades, can olive oil be used instead?

 
At May 29, 2011 at 11:38 PM , Blogger Gabriela Sofia said...

Hi! omg I am totally considering this for my wedding instead of cake! I have seen/eaten these before but your step by step instructions have gotten rave reviews by me and my friends on FB and Twitter :D Hooray for sharing! thanks so much!
Gabi from BravoBride.com

 
At June 3, 2011 at 8:07 AM , Anonymous Darlene said...

Wow I am very impressed with your page. I do a lot of cake for the grandkids and I going to now try the Cake Pop's Thank you,
Mimi of 7 :)

 
At June 5, 2011 at 1:56 AM , Anonymous Jazzica said...

Thank you very much for the step by step instructions for the recipe :)

 
At June 9, 2011 at 5:12 PM , Blogger Pop.O.Licious said...

Those look great! Love your cake pop eating crew :)

 
At June 10, 2011 at 2:04 PM , Blogger Teresa said...

the pops look great. Can you use any flavor of cake mix and icing, such as red velvet cake mix and cream cheese icing?

 
At June 24, 2011 at 9:06 AM , Blogger Jessi said...

Wow that's amazing looks like a lot of work but well worth it!!

*I work for Bass Pecan Company and every year they have a recipe contest where you can win $1000. You so check it out!! If you like baking with pecans this is perfect for you
Bass Recipe Blog

 
At June 24, 2011 at 12:54 PM , Blogger Ropella4 said...

These lok awesome, I am going to make them for my daughter birthday, but in was wondering how far. Inadvnace can I make them? Will they store well in freezer or in fridege for a week??? I also LOVE your blog, your an inspiration!!

 
At June 25, 2011 at 4:03 PM , Anonymous S.H said...

Love this receipe. I had 3 mishaps but then got the knack of it...Turned out great!

 
At June 25, 2011 at 10:10 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried to make these tonight. It is a little tricky. I didn't finish all yet but I wanted to post this tip I found out the hard way. Do not make your balls to big. All the chocolate is too heavy for the cake to stay on the stick. I also bought hot pink sugar sprinkles instead of doing the swirls they look super cute. Thanks for the idea. Jamie

 
At June 27, 2011 at 3:46 PM , Blogger Roopa Iyer said...

Oh the importance of reading directions! I added WAY to much frosting, and it ended up becoming soupy- deliciously soupy, but not what is needed lol. I'm going to try again.

 
At June 30, 2011 at 6:55 AM , OpenID urbancraftmama.com said...

Yummmmmmm... These are my favorite. I usually use red velvet cake mix with cream cheese frosting mixed in. The chocolate/chocolate combo looks delish too.
I'm going to try putting my next batch on sticks like you did - I usually just make them like truffles. Cute post!

 
At June 30, 2011 at 1:12 PM , Blogger Jayna Rae said...

Very cute and delicious. I love cake pops, especially chocolate which always surprises me because I do not like chocolate cake. I think that the frosting being mixed in moistens it up enough for me to like em.

 
At July 3, 2011 at 10:54 AM , Anonymous Tina said...

I love making these, but when I use the food coloring(just like the one you show), it does'nt come out right. It comes out too thick and I can't use it. Can you help?

Thanks,
Tina

 
At July 5, 2011 at 7:56 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You created the best recipe instructions I've ever seen! Thank you for the step-by-step pictures and for the added "cute-ness" with the pics of the kids enjoying the cake pops :) Thank you for being so thorough and for sharing all of the great tips!

 
At July 9, 2011 at 5:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just made these, but used the 'root-beer' cake trick (instant cake mix and 2.5 cups of root beer to make the cake, nothing else) and they turned out fantastic! Thanks for the recipe, love it!

 
At July 10, 2011 at 7:38 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question: is the crisco shortening
liquid or solid?

Great demo, thanks!

Tina

 
At July 13, 2011 at 3:16 PM , Blogger Natalie said...

These little babies are awesome! Not only because they taste AMAZING but also because they are what led me to your wonderful blog.

 
At July 16, 2011 at 9:49 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this recip! I love to buy them at Starbucks, but at $1.50 each, it gets pricy! I made your recipe and they were amazing and all for about $8! Thanks so much!

 
At July 20, 2011 at 11:44 AM , Blogger Priscilla said...

Wow, these look so yummy! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial. Yippee ... I'm off to bake.

 
At July 21, 2011 at 7:52 PM , Anonymous Maritza Sanchez said...

Help! I just tried this and I got everything nicely done until the melting of the chocolate came. I Put in a bowl of white chocolate in the microwave for 1 minute and it didn't melt :/ it burned! Ugh I'm so frustrated and just wasted good white chocolate! What did I do wrong?

 
At August 1, 2011 at 7:12 PM , Anonymous Alison Curtice said...

I looked at dozens of recipes for cake pops and decided to give your recipe a try!! I used a white cake, vanilla icing and pink candy melts! They turned out great!! My brother said they were even better than Starbucks (maybe he didn't want to hurt my feelings)!!!
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!! Love it!!

 
At August 5, 2011 at 10:36 PM , Anonymous plumbing said...

You bake up a cake, let it cool, tear it into fine crumbs, stir in something to hold it all together, and roll it in balls. Easy!

 

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