Cake Pops Round One

Lemon Drop Love Cake Pops

For our Memorial Day BBQ I decided to tackle cake pops. I have read all over the web that they aren’t the easiest sweet treats to make, so I was hesitant, but I couldn’t resist the challenge after I found this fancy tool at Sur La Table (p.s. it helped tremendously). I followed the recipe provided on the back of the packaging and it was very easy. I made both a white chocolate and dark chocolate coating, both covered in sprinkles (my favorite). These were so rewarding to make, not only because they were a huge hit, but they were so pretty. I surprised myself on how well they turned out and I can’t wait to make different versions.

Some tips I discovered:

  • No matter what recipe you use, dip your sticks in the melted chocolate before pushing them into the cake balls. Then let them cool. This makes for a sturdy base before you try and dip the pops into your coating.
  • If you use white chocolate and it seizes up on you right away (like it did for me) add a tablespoon of vegetable oil at a time until the white chocolate thins to a smooth consistency.
  • If you end up using the fun tool I picked up, be sure to fill the molds very generously or you will get little alien saucer shapes (like I did for some) and not a perfectly round ball.

Lemon Drop Love Cake Pops 1

Lemon Drop Love Cake Pops 2

Lemon Drop Love Cake Pops 3

Lemon Drop Love Cake Pops 4

Comments

  1. nancy says

    How fun!! They look delicious, too. You make all the playful food!

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  2. Darci says

    So fun! I love Cake pops!!!!

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  3. Patsy says

    Ah, che “la nave affonderà”, questo è un dato di fatto incontrovertibile: solo che abbiamo ancora tempo per circa 6 miliardi di anni, miliardo più, miliardo meno…Il resto è “aria fritta”, o per meglio dire e più che altro, prove generali di paganesimo ecoc.gilo…oP.S.: meno male che, a salvarci, dopo Gesù questa sarà la volta di … Maria!!!

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  4. Rich PopeFebruary 16, 2013Play it through and you’ll see Black’s position is fantastic even if he is the exchange down. If you would like, you can play the white side against me playing the black side on the ICC or another forum.

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  5. oh i definitely want to join in this song discussion. i didn’t give my input on last week’s.i absolutely love yesterdays! that song is so open and so heartfelt. it’s moved me to tears many times before. i can really relate to it in so many ways. i have experienced that feeling that is felt in the song before and have gone through the things mentioned in this song. I can really relate to it. I love how ope he is about how he feels. I really wish I would’ve written this song. It’s such a beautiful song! it’s really helped me through some hard times. I love it!

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  6. If you’re bridesmaids are traveling, don’t be hurt if they leave the wine glass there and don’t try to pack it home with I have done it before, but packing glass for an airplane ride is something most people won’t care to It also depends on the age and how settled your bridesmaids Are they young and still gathering things here and there for their homes? Then a hanger, single wine glass, etc will be Are they already married, in their own homes with fully established furniture and decor? I feel like these gifts would be less appreciated then – if you already have a matching set of glassware then that single lone glass is a bit out of

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  7. 2:39…Oy fucking VEY. Jesus was never a blonde, blue-eyed person as you would like us to imagine. He had skin of bronze, hair like wool. He was at least as dark as the typical Egyptian of today. Why must I point out obvious stuff to you? Oh yeah, because you watch Fox News.

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  8. Wow that's nice that you had good holidays ! And a new DIL ! I wished I could say that my DIL is nice, but she is very strange, not very family at all it's sad ! My son mostly comes alone with Toby because curiously she is always sick !

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