I have fond childhood memories of savoring cherry lollipops on the front steps of my parents house and whoever decided to merge that traditional treat with luscious cake to create "cake pops" was a total visionary in my eyes. I used my favorite earl grey tea batter for the cake and coated the pops with chocolate and lots of sprinkles for extra flair. Use a special cake-pop-pan and candy melts to complete this project with simplicity and ease. Oh and be sure to follow a couple of my helpful tips:
|Get your cake-pop-pan here.|
|When using a cake pop pan bake at a lower temperature. |
(325 degrees was perfect for my oven)
|Coat the cake pops in candy melts (they are microwaveable, how simple is that?)|
|Add ribbons to make these cake pops look like "rattles." |
Perfect for a baby shower!
The best part about cake pops?
No dirty plates or forks to wash!