Cake Pop are easier to make thank you might think. Follow this recipe to make your own Yummy Chocolate Cake Pops.
I was asked to teach the woman in my church group how to make Cake Pops at our yearly Super Saturday. Since said Super Saturday is only 2 weeks away I decided I needed to make sure I knew how to make Cake Pops. I mean how hard can they really be?
Well lucky for me they really aren’t difficult at all, but they are a little time-consuming.
I went to Pinterest for some Cake Pop guidance and found this post from Miss Candiquik.
She has a bunch of tips on how to make the perfect Cake Pop and even how to avoid some Cake Pop Catastrophes. I used her recipe too, and it worked like a charm for me – and no Cake Pop Catastrophes!
This is everything that I used to make my cake tops. The Wilton Cake Pop Stand isn’t necessary but it was really nice to have and it was only $3.50 at Walmart.
The easiest part for me was the baking of the cake because I didn’t do it! My oldest daughter LOVES to bake so that responsibility was handed down to her. But she didn’t mind because that meant she got lick the spoon!
I put a sheet of wax paper over the stand because I wanted to use it again and I didn’t want it to get ruined on the first use. I use scissors to cut the slits on the top and then poked through where the holes are with a tooth pick. It worked like a charm.
Here is the progression of my Cake Pops.
They were pretty easy to make and I don’t think they turned out too shabby. A am actually pretty excited that I get to make them again in a couple of weeks!
Don’t forget to go to Miss Candiquik to get the recipe and instructions!
Have you ever made Cake Pops before? Did you run into any problems?