Hello friends! Today we are here with a very short blog post about a quick baking treat, cake pops. I feel like cake pops were all the rage on the internet a while ago and are not so popular now, but I still love them. They are one of the simplest desserts around and people always love them. Below are the food supplies that you will need to replicate the cake pops I made:
First off, bake a box cake according to the directions and let it cool. I went with rainbow chip for the cake and frosting, but you can use any combination of cake and frosting that you would like. Once cooled, crumble up the cake into large crumbles.
Then, plop the entire can of frosting into the cake crumbles and mix both together until a dough-like consistency forms.
Then, line a container with parchment paper to keep the pops from sticking. Using a cookie scoop or just your hands, form the dough into the size that you want!
Once all of your pops have been formed, it is time to decorate! For my pops, I warmed up some white chocolate candy melts and then used a piping bag to drizzle. I then threw some sprinkles on before the chocolate hardened fully. I only ended up using one of the kinds of sprinkles I showed in the picture above. And here they are!
There is really not an easier dessert out there. Today was a short little "bloglet" but I wanted to remind everyone how delicious these treats are! Have you ever made cake pops?
I am a 27-year-old crafter and baker from New Hampshire!