My family can't resist these yummy cake pops! I make them, display them and wait for them to disappear one by one! I made a batch this week for our new neighbors that moved in next door. It was a sweet, yummy welcome to your new home gift! Everyone always ask how I keep them from running down the stick, so here is how I do it.
|Here is what you need|
These are real cake pops. I don't mix the icing in the cake and use chocolate.
|This is the trick!|
Use any cake recipe that you like. Here is the trick, if you don't want them to run down your stick, don't add as much water to your batter. When the direction say to mix in 1 cup of water, only had 1/3 cup water. The batter has to be like dough.
|Use a cake pop/donut maker.|
Bake in a cake pop/donut maker, bake 5-6 minutes. Spay with cooking spray each time so they don't stick.
|Let cool on a rack.|
Don't ice until completely cool, about 20 minutes.
|Use any icing that you like.|
I tried new icing flavors from Duncan Hines called Frosting Creations. I split the can into 3 parts and made original, cotton candy and cherry vanilla. They have many new flavors to choose from and actually were very good and easy to use!
|Display and Enjoy!|
Sick a stick into the cake ball, be sure not to poke it all the way through. Here, I used beverage stirs because I like the colors, they were the colors of spring. Most groceries stores don't sell sucker sticks so be creative, next I might use pixie sticks.
I also made these for my sons first birthday party but with homemade butter cream icing and they were delicious!