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How to Make Cake Pops
How to Make Cake Pops

How to Make Cake Pops

Cake Pops are the latest hit at all the parties.

Using this simple cake pops recipe you can make these delicious treats in your own home! It's so easy! Just use any supermarket cake mix, add couple more ingredients, bake it in special cake pops trays you can find at KMart, Target, BigW, decorate as elaborate or as simple as you wish, and here you have perfect unique party dessert!

These beautiful cake pops will be perfect alternative for a kids birthday cake at your next kids birthday party, kids themed tea party, you can serve them at a baby shower celebration or bring them for your next school fundraiser or Fete.

Baked Cake Pops

1 box Cake Mix (any flavour)
2 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1 pack of instant pudding
1 packet of white cooking chocolate
Food colouring
Baking Pan

Makes:24 cake pops baked in shape pan.


Making the batter was simple – I used the cake mix bought in the supermarket. I prepared it according to the directions on the box, in bowl of electric mixer, mix all ingredients on low speed for 30 seconds. Scrape bowl; mix on medium speed for 2 minutes. I added one extra egg and instead of 1 cup of water, I used 1/2 cup of milk.

Prepare pan with vegetable pan spray and place on cookie sheet for stability. Fill each cavity 2/3 full with cake batter.

Bake 12-16 minutes, or until a skin has formed on top of each cake.

Cool pops for 15 minutes before removing from pan.

In a microwave safe bowl, melt cooking chocolate for 30 seconds; stir to distribute heat evenly, continue microwaving for additional 30 seconds.

Helpful tip – sometimes the candy stick has trouble staying in the cake pop – especially when you are dipping it into the thick melted chocolate. I dipped the stick into the melted chocolate and put the stick back into the cake pop. I let the pop sit for a few minutes putting them in a freezer letting the stick set a bit.
Dip pops in melted chocolate and gently shake off excess rolling the stick carefully.

I held the cake pops over a small bowl and shook various sprinkles over the entire pop. I placed them standing up in Styrofoam. (You can find Styrofoam at your local Lincraft store).

So, her you go, tasty, not very difficult to make, with some practice;), Baked Cake Pops.

These Cake Pops are great for parties and cute when you want something a little bit fancy.

Perfect party food recipe!

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