It's really pretty simple. Mix the cake batter, fill the pan, toss in oven, bake, remove and decorate.
|I used white cake batter with |
green food color
The cake pan comes with a top and bottom. You fill the bottom so that each hole is filled with batter to the level of the pan. Put the top on and clip together with two silicone clips that come with the pan. The top has tiny holes in the top so that extra batter can escape and not cause the pops to deformed. I followed the directions for baking that come with the pan, 25 minutes maybe, then removed from oven to cool. My cake pan came with pop "sticks" but if you don't have any I know that Michael's sells them. I melted white icing in the microwave and again followed the pan's instructions. I dipped the handle in the icing and then stuck it into the individual cake pops. Once on the stick I removed the pops from the pan and dipped the pops into the melted icing. Then I sprinkled them with sprinkles I already had at the house.
|When they came out of the oven the top |
looked like this
|After some icing and sprinkles (sorry it's blurry) and please excuse |
my cluttered counter
|Hello Mr. Cake Pop|
Now here is the kicker....I made these the night before and had them all packaged up to go. But the next morning in our rush to get out of the door......we forgot them at home! And we didn't realize it until we were already at my sister's house :( The good news is that we at least still had the cake and we were able to chow down on that.
And since we didn't want the cake pops to go to waste we have been eating them up this week. Just the right amount of something sweet to tame the sugar craving after dinner.
|She LOVES them. In fact it's one of|
the few things she requests