Thursday, October 14, 2010

Did you see these Easy Halloween Cake Pops in Family Circle

So last night I was reading my new magazine and saw these Easy Halloween Cake Pops and it directed you to their website to read more about them.

I so want to make these for my boys birthday party in about a month and I am thinking I may test them out at our next Parent meeting

Cakesicles - Easy Halloween Cake Pops

Courtesy of Family Circle
Servings Per Recipe about 50
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Amount Per Serving
Calories 125
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Ingredients
1 box cake mix
1 cup canned frosting
1 pound candy melts (such as Wilton)

Directions
1. Prepare cake mix following package directions.
2. Cool, break into crumbs and stir in frosting. Roll into balls (about 50 per batch).
3. Melt 1 pound candy melts (such as Wilton). Dip one end of lollipop sticks in candy and then insert into cake balls (this keeps them from coming loose). Freeze to set.
4. Dip pops in melted candy to coat, decorate as desired, then press sticks in a styrofoam block to dry. (If drawing faces with an edible marker, let candy dry first.)

1 comment:

  1. did you check out Bakerella? she rocks! I'm going to try cake pops for my son's party at school for halloween

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