Strawberry Cake Pops

I don’t know anyone who would turn down a cake pop because they are so delicious! I first saw these at Starbucks and was in aw!!!!! I didn’t know how they could make them so moist inside until I found out how they were made!!! Cake crumbles and Frosting!!!! Wow!!! It would just be like having a cake with frosting on top but now these have the frosting mixed in!!! Who knew!!!

My soon to be sister in law makes cake pops all the time and actually sells them. If you would like more information don’t hesitate to email me.

You can make cake pops in all different flavors and colors. Have fun!!! But remember they are time consuming so make them a day before or the morning before you need to serve these!!!

Here’s what you’ll need……..

1 box of Strawberry cake- PLUS the ingredients on the box
1 tub of vanilla frosting
1-2 bags of candy wafers or White chocolate chips- You can find candy wafers at hobby lobby in multiple colors and flavors!!!
Sticks if you would like to make them into pops if not just make balls. ( I found these at hobby lobby as well)

First you need to make up the cake mix with the eggs, water, and oil in a mixer.

Bake as directed on back of the box. Let cake cool for about 45 minutes.

Crumble your cake into pieces in a mixing bowl. Next add your tub of frosting- I added about 3/4 of the tub but you can do all if it if you would like. Mix all together making sure all the crumbs get mixed in!

Roll up 1 inch balls into perfect circles. Place on wax paper on a baking sheet. Add your sticks now if you would like to make pops. You can make these as small or as big as you would like. Set in fridge to set for 1-2 hours.

Take pops/balls out of fridge and begin to melt your chocolate ( I had pink and white) in the microwave in 30 second increments.

Then dip your pops or balls in the chocolate, making sure to get all around the cake then place back on your wax paper to harden.

I did half white and half pink!!!! After hardened, drizzle remaining chocolate over the top of the pops. Have fun with these!!!!

They are done and ready to eat!!!!!!!!!

Enjoy!

1 comment

  1. Libby Goyt June 27, 2014 at 9:35 pm Reply

    Love your recipes. How do I get on your news letter where I’ll get them in my gmail

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