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Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cake Pops

Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cake Pops

Pumpkin-Pie Spiked Chocolate Cake is turned into pretty little cake pops in this surprisingly simple recipe.MORE+LESS-

Updated May 3, 2017

1

box (15.25 oz) Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ cake mix (any chocolate flavor)

1-1/2 cups canned pumpkin pie mix (not pumpkin puree)

2

tablespoons Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy chocolate frosting (any variety)

2

cups dark chocolate candy melts

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    Begin by gathering your ingredients.

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    Preheat oven to 350°F. In a large bowl, mix together chocolate cake mix and pumpkin pie mix. Stir until smooth, spread into a 9x13-inch baking dish.

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    Bake for 30-35 minutes, or until the center of the cake springs back when touched lightly.

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    Remove cake and cool completely. Once cooled, slice the edges of the cake off and discard. Crumble the center of the cake into a large bowl. Mix with chocolate frosting until a dough that resembles the texture of Play-Doh™ forms.

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    Roll cake dough into 12 balls. If desired, press a paper straw into the center of each ball to make pops.

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    Melt the candy melts in a large glass bowl. Microwave in 30-second bursts and stir between, cooking just until the candy melts become smooth and melty.

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    Dip cake balls into the candy melt. Use a spoon to ensure every side of the cake pop is covered.

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    Place chocolate-covered cake balls on a piece of parchment. Sprinkle, if desired. Allow to set completely before serving.

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More About This Recipe

  • These easy little cake pops made with pumpkin spice and covered in chocolate are Thanksgiving-ready.For a fun fall treat, try these pops – made easily with our step-by-step how-to.Here’s a riddle: What happens when you put pumpkin pie mix and cake mix together?I’d give you the answer, but I’m too busy stuffing my face full of these Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Cake Pops!The hardest part of this entire recipe? Just try and resist 'em!

Grain-Free, Refined-Sugar-Free CAKE POPS! We only recommend products and services we wholeheartedly endorse. This post may contain special links through which we earn a small commission if you make a purchase (though your price is the same). They’re an American concept that embraces fun, junk food, cuteness, and factory-made components. Think: boxed cake mix, crumbed together with packaged frosting, dipped in artificially-colored, microwave-melted candy buttons! Yet…they’re compelling, right? They’re charming. And super kid-friendly! What about a grain-free, refined-sugar-free version good enough to serve to all your kid's friends at a fall birthday party? Coconut butter makes these morsels both cake-y and moist. (They are also easy to digest and nutrient dense. The cake pops do taste of coconut and have a subtle coconut nub.) If you haven’t made homemade coconut butter before, it’s easier than pie! You do need a food processor or a high-powered blender (like Vitamix or Blendtec). Why make your own coconut butter? The financial savings! While several cups of shredded coconut costs only a couple dollars when purchased in bulk, jars of the manna easily run between $8 and $15. Making your own means this superfood can become a family staple. Use it in baking and cooking, and even as a spread for baked goods! To make Pumpkin Spice Cake Balls You will Need:

Pumpkin spice cake:To make these pops you will need a pumpkin spice cake. You can make my easy pumpkin spice cake. I highly recommend this option because the cake is super easy to make, all in one bowl, and comes together in under 30 mins.

But if cake from scratch is not your thing, you can definitely use a spiced pumpkin cake mix or just buy pumpkin spice cake from your supermarket. I do however HIGHLY suggest making your own cream cheese frosting because it&rsquos so easy to make and takes these pops to the next level.

Cream Cheese Frosting: Cream cheese frosting compliments the pumpkin very well and is perfect for this recipe. You can also use vanilla frosting if you prefer. My favorite cream cheese frosting recipe is below but as always, you can also use pre-made frosting!

White Chocolate Coating: I like to use white chocolate to coat the pumpkin bites. You can use any type of white chocolate chips, white chocolate bar or any type of white baking chocolate.
Making these cake pops is as easy as crumbling your pumpkin spice cake then dumping your cream cheese frosting right on top.
Gently mix it all together into a soft dough.
Then form into balls and dip into tempered white (or milk) chocolate. After that allow the chocolate to set for just 5 minutes and drizzle over it with a layer of your favorite chocolate or top it them with crumbled nuts right after dipping.


Can Cake Pops Be Made In Advance?

That answer is an absolute yes! But there are some things to keep in mind. So let’s go over them briefly:

  • The cake can be made up to a day ahead of time. Keep it covered tightly so it doesn’t go stale, and keep it at room temp.
  • Un-dipped cake balls can be stored in the refrigerator to up to two days, or frozen for up to 6 weeks.
  • Whichever method you use, allow the cake pops to thaw to room temperature before coating.

They’re pretty much the perfect thing to prep and serve as part of your dessert or party spread. These Halloween cake pops are one of my favorites for the season.

They’re perfect to serve at Halloween parties. They’re a perfect dessert to take to Thanksgiving dinners & even Christmas spreads. It’s hard to go wrong with something to versatile.

Wondering what to take to your next Halloween party? These Halloween cake pops are just the thing. They’re the perfect dessert finger food. Grab one & get in the mood for some festive activities!

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Recipe Notes and Tips

  • Be prepared. Buy your cake pop sticks ahead of time. You can find them at any craft store or order them online. We recommend buying them in bulk, so you always have some on hand. A pack of 100 sticks in only $5 on Amazon. If you don't have sticks, you can make just cake balls!
  • Keep your cake balls small. Don't make your cake balls too big! Cake balls that are too big are prone to falling apart during the chocolate dipping process. We found that 1.25 inches round is a perfect size.
  • Refrigerate the cake balls. Make sure to refrigerate the pumpkin cake balls for at least 30 minutes so that they are very cold when you dip them in the melted chocolate. Don't skip this step! This will keep the chocolate from running down to the base of the cake pop too much. Also, store your finished cake pops in the fridge.

Recipe Summary

  • ¾ cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ cup buttermilk
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 egg
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ¼ cup freshly brewed hot coffee

Preheat a cake pop maker and brush with oil.

Whisk together flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt in a bowl beat in buttermilk, vegetable oil, egg, and vanilla extract with an electric mixer until smooth. Beat coffee into batter until evenly incorporated.

Fill each reservoir of prepared cake pop maker with about 1 tablespoon batter.

Bake until a toothpick inserted into the center of cake pop comes out clean, about 4 minutes remove cake pops and allow to cool completely.


Chocolate Cake Pops

Chocolate cake + chocolate frosting + cute heart sprinkles = the most adorable treat! Today we’re making chocolate cake pops because many of you request them, especially after I shared my vanilla cake pops. Your wish is my command. What I love most, however, is that you have creative control. You can decorate these cake pops in your own unique way, which makes this recipe 100x more fun.

I have plenty of step-by-step photos and lots of tips/tricks. I want you to understand every instruction so you can follow along and know what the heck you’re doing. The process isn’t difficult– you’re literally just baking a chocolate cake and making frosting then mixing them together. Things just get a little particular when it comes to rolling, lollipop-sticking, and dunking/dipping. If you can make bread bowls, you can totally handle cake pops! (They’re more fun to eat too… sprinkles!)

By the way, if you’ve ever eaten store-bought cake pops– these taste totally different. They’re from scratch. No cake mix. No canned frosting. No preservatives. You can actually TASTE the homemade. ♥

CAKE POPPING PROCESS

  1. Make single layer chocolate cake
  2. Make just enough homemade chocolate frosting
  3. Crumble the cake
  4. Mix the two together
  5. Form into cake balls
  6. Dip the cake balls in chocolate

Quick tip: Whenever I make cake pops from scratch, I always begin the night before. I make the cake, cover it, and let it sit out at room temperature overnight. I also prepare the frosting, cover, and refrigerate. This way everything’s ready to go.

SINGLE LAYER CHOCOLATE CAKE

It might seem like the switch from vanilla cake pops to chocolate cake pops is easy. Replace some flour with cocoa powder, right? And vanilla frosting with chocolate frosting? I wish! Chocolate is a complicated soul and requires a little finesse, that’s why my vanilla cake and chocolate cake recipes are so different! I baked a couple single layer chocolate cakes before stopping at this one. The first few began with creamed butter + sugar. My favorite chocolate cakes and cupcakes typically rely on oil for the fat because (1) HELLO MOISTURE and (2) the flavor of butter really isn’t necessary because chocolate overpowers it anyway. My initial thought with cake pops, however, was that I needed a slightly drier cake to get the best texture for cake pops (because it will be mixed with frosting). Well this was just a huge mess from the start because dry cake is gross.

That being said, you’ll need oil for the cake. And a few other basics like cocoa powder, sugar, flour, and eggs. Hot water is also a must. Remember why? The hot liquid encourages the cocoa powder to bloom and dissolve. When I make chocolate cake, I usually reach for hot coffee (instead of hot water) because coffee accentuates the chocolate favor– but that’s not as crucial here. Because we’re just crumbling the cake and mixing with chocolate frosting!

By the way, you can totally enjoy this chocolate cake on its own. If you ever need a single layer chocolate cake– use this guy. It’s so good. Like, italicize and bold good. Deep and dark chocolate flavor. Super moist. Super rich. Top with chocolate buttercream, whipped cream, peanut butter frosting, or red wine chocolate ganache.

What was a little more difficult than testing the perfect single layer chocolate cake was figuring out how much frosting I needed. Too much frosting and the cake pops are wet and greasy. Too little frosting and you won’t have enough to bind the cake crumbles. I have the perfect amount of frosting you’ll need. It’s not much because the chocolate cake is already so moist.

Crumble the cake into the bowl of frosting and yes, you’ll feel very weird doing this. You just made this beautiful chocolate cake and will now break it up into a bowl of frosting. Because that’s what cake pops are– cake crumbs and frosting. Weird.

Crumble up and use your mixer to combine the frosting + crumbs:

Once the two are mixed together, it’s time to roll the mixture into balls. This part is EASY. I found the chocolate cake pops much easier to roll into balls than my vanilla version. This mixture is just sooo smooth! Your hands will get a little sticky, but just roll with it. Hahahaha get it? get it?

DON’T MAKE THIS MISTAKE

Smaller wins. If you roll the cake pops too large, they’ll wobble off the lollipop stick. They’re too heavy. You need 1 Tablespoon of the cake pop mixture per ball. No more, no less. You’ll end up with 40 of them. Quite a lot– but these babies freeze beautifully! And you can gift them to anyone and everyone. Who doesn’t love a homemade cake pop? Seriously WHO.

These cake balls need to chill in the refrigerator before we pop ’em with a lollipop stick. Why? They’re much too delicate right now they’ll completely fall apart. Which reminds me… you do NOT have to make these as pops. You can make them truffle style by simply rolling them up and coating in chocolate. Either way you enjoy them, chill the cake balls before coating. I just place them on a lined baking sheet and refrigerate them for a couple hours.

Speaking of chocolate, you can dunk the cake balls into pure chocolate, which is what I prefer for best taste, but that’s pretty expensive. You need a good amount for all 40 cake pops! You can use candy melts/candy coating instead. I give both options in the recipe below along with notes for each choice.

3 EASY TRICKS

  1. To ensure the cake ball stays secure on the lollipop stick, dip it slightly into the coating first. Then stick in the center of the cake ball. See photo above.
  2. A 2-cup glass liquid measuring cup is the perfect depth for dipping the cake pops. If I’m using pure chocolate, like I did in these photos, I melt it in a double boiler then spoon a little at a time into the measuring cup. I don’t like dipping right into the whole pot of melted chocolate.
  3. The best way to allow the coating to dry and set– without ruining the perfectly round cake pop– is to place them right side up in a large styrofoam block or even a box. I used a box, as pictured below, for this batch. I just poked super tiny holes into it. Easy and cheap.

Cake pops will be dry within an hour. (This is my vanilla version.)

Contrary to my wordy post (sorry. ) and 1 million photos, I promise chocolate cake pops are simple. As long as you follow my tips in this post and get started the night before per my suggestion, it’s simple!


Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Cake Pops

Last month, I was looking through a magazine that featured cake pops on the cover. “What are THOSE?” my husband asked. I explained about the whole cake pop trend and how I’d never made them before. That’s when he got a big smile on his face and mentioned they’d taste amazing if they were pumpkin flavored.

Ding ding! We had a winner. Now I had to come up with a pumpkin spice cake pop recipe– without ever having made cake pops before. Or, dare I admit, never having tastedcake pops before? Don’t fear, I took the basic directions from the magazine and gave them a seasonal spin. Which is a big step for me, because I almost never mess with recipes that involve baking. My inner Martha yells that measurements need to be exact and to follow directions to the letter. Take THIS, inner Martha… my very own pumpkin spice cake pop recipe, which received the hubby seal of approval!

  • 1 box spice cake mix (or pumpkin cake, or cake-made-from-scratch, whatever works for you)
  • 1 1/2 c. ready made cream cheese flavored frosting
  • 1/2 c. pumpkin puree
  • lollipop sticks (I used a 6″ size because I covered the pops with bags and ribbon for a bake sale)
  • candy melts (I used Wilton’s Candy Melts in dark chocolate)
  • sprinkles, nonpareils, chopped nuts, mini-marshmallows… whatever you’d like for toppings

1. First, bake the cake according to the directions and let cool.

2. In a large bowl use either your hands or a food processor to pulverize the cake into uniform sized crumbs. Ignore that light colored spot in the photo, that’s the sun in a rare shining moment here in Pennsylvania this month. Not that I’m bitter about the recent weather or anything.

3. In a small bowl, mix up 1 1/2 cups frosting with 1/2 cup pumpkin puree (can adjust to your personal pumpkin taste level here, just aim for about 2 cups of the ratio of frosting to pumpkin that you like best).

4. Combine the frosting mix with cake crumbs in large bowl to form a “dough.” Using your hands, form 1″ sized balls. The balls should stick together and not have cracks, if it’s too dry use more frosting. Place balls on cookie sheet lined with wax paper.

5. Freeze for 20 minutes. Watch for sneaky husbands stealing one or two during this time. I actually froze mine for several days because I wanted to use them for a bake sale the following weekend.

6. When ready, melt some chocolate according to the package directions. Place one end of lollipop stick into the melted chocolate and then insert into the cake ball. This helps keep them on the stick. Do this with all the cake balls, and freeze for 20 more minutes.

7. If you don’t have a “drying spot” ready, now is a good time to make one. I used a piece of craft foam with holes pre-made by pushing a lollipop stick into the foam. This made it easier to put them in without having to put pressure on the cake ball. I also used a shoe box with holes in the top for the extras.

8. When ready, melt additional chocolate according to the package directions. Dip cake balls into the melted chocolate and immediately into the sprinkles. I used fall colored nonpareils and teeny ghost sprinkles. You could also use orange melting chocolate and make them look like pumpkins!

9. As you finish each one, gently place in drying rack.

10. Since I was donating these to a bake sale, I bagged them in foldable ziploc bags. Then I finished them off with a ribbon and tag on the box describing what they were.

By the way, this recipe yields A LOT of cake pops. Way more than shown in this photo, and there are over a dozen hiding in this picture. I plead the 5th about where the extras might have ended up. Just kidding, we took most of the extras along with us. MOST. Ahem.

Don’t worry, I let my husband taste taste quite a few before carting them off to the bake sale and he gave them his seal of pumpkin-loving approval. The other sign they were a hit? We stopped by the bake sale table half an hour after dropping them off and they were gone.

I guess this is the only approval that matters to me:

Except maybe yours. I hope you like them!

Do you have lovers of pumpkin in your household? This recipe is sure to get a smile or two. Hope you’ll give it a try and let me know how it went!


Pumpkin Cake Pops

Cake Ingredients:
2 ¾ C flour
1 TBSP baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
½ tsp ginger
2 C sugar
½ tsp salt
1 ½ sticks of unsalted butter, room temp
4 eggs, room temp
¼ C vegetable oil
1 15 oz can of pumpkin
½ C whole milk
1 tsp vanilla

Let’s make the cake balls:

  • Cake
  • 1 container of Cream Cheese ready-made frosting
  • Wax paper
  • 2 cookie sheets
  • Cling wrap

Candy Coating Ingredients:

  • 2 bags Wilton Orange candy coating
  • Orange sprinkles
  • Package of straws or candy sticks
  • Microwave safe bowl
  • 2 cookie sheets
  • Wax paper

Icing for the pumpkin vines:

  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 C powder sugar
  • ½ tsp cream of tartar
  • Gel food coloring, green

Making the cake:
Let’s start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees. Put all of your dry ingredients into a large bowl, mixing all ingredients together. Add the softened butter a tablespoon at a time, beating 1 ½ minutes until the dry ingredients are thoroughly blended with the butter. Grab a second bowl and add the eggs, oil, pumpkin, milk, and vanilla whisking as you add each ingredients. Divide the egg mixture into halves then add the first half to to the dry and butter mixture. Beat on medium speed for 1 ½ minutes. Then slowly add the rest of the egg mixture ½ beating both sides and the bottom of the pan. Put all of your dry ingredients into a large bowl, mixing all ingredients together. Add the softened butter a tablespoon at a time, beating 1 ½ minutes until the dry ingredients are thoroughly blended with the butter. Grab a second bowl and add the eggs, oil, pumpkin, milk, and vanilla whisking as you add each ingredients. Divide the egg mixture into halves then add the first half to to the dry and butter mixture. Beat on medium speed for 1 ½ minutes. Then slowly add the rest of the egg mixture ½ half of it at a time beating for 20 seconds after each addition. Prep a large cake pan using Pam spray treating both the sides and the bottom of the pan. Pour the batter into the prepared cake pan and bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. When done remove from oven and allow to completely cool.

Making the cake balls:
Tape the wax paper to the top of the cookie sheets. Next crumble the cooled cake into a large mixing bowl. Continue until the entire cake is crumbled into a fine texture. Add ¾ of the cream cheese frosting mixing it with the crumbled cake until they are thoroughly combined. Place the cake and frosting mixture in your refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before making it into balls. Using a small ice cream scoop make cake balls about 1 ½ inch size. Work with them to ensure that they will hold a round shape. Place each one on the covered cookie sheets. Lastly, cover each sheet with cling wrap and place them in the freezer for about 15 minutes. Now you want them to be firm but not frozen.

Let’s melt the candy coating:
Pour the orange candy coating into a microwave safe bowl. Place the bowl in your microwave on medium heat for 30 seconds at a time, stir after each 30 second cycle. Don’t over cook the candy coating.

Ready to make cake pops:
1st step:
Next dip one end of the straw or candy sticks into the melted candy coating and immediately stick each one into a cake ball about ¼ inch deep. Place the completed cake balls into the refrigerator for 5 or more minutes to harden.
2nd step:
Remove several cake pops from the refrigerator at a time (this will allow the remaining cake balls to stay firm until ready to be dipped into the candy coating). Using a spoon or fork place the cake balls into the melted candy coating (do not use the candy stick or the straw to hold them). Make sure each cake ball is totally covered. Sprinkle each coated cake ball with the orange sprinkles. Return the completed cake balls to the refrigerator to stay firm. Repeat until all of your cake balls are done.

And now the royal icing:
Combine all of the ingredients except the food coloring in a mixing bowl on medium speed for 4 minutes. If icing isn’t stiff enough, you’ll want to add ¼ cup more of powdered sugar until it becomes stiff. Add several drops of green gel food coloring to the bowl, mixing well. Spoon the icing into a piping bag with a #2 tip.

Adding the vines to the pumpkins:
Start at the top of the cake pop where the straw is inserted and begin making the pumpkin vines by squeezing out a small amount of the icing in a circle motion. Add several small heart shaped leaves on top and around the straw or cake pop, Allow to dry completely before serving.

Storing your cake pops:
Refrigerate and store completed cake pops in airtight containers in flat layers separated with paper towels (if they aren’t individually packaged). Nest when ready to defrost, this storage will keep the condensation on the outside of the container or package and not on the cake pops.


Easy Cake Pop Recipes with Cake Mix

Easy Pumpkin Cake Pop

I make these cake pops every year for Halloween and I always run out of them before the evening is even over.

Every year, I think I have made too many and every year, they are gone within an hour!

These require just 5 ingredients and they take less than an hour to make. Super easy! All the ingredients are readily found in your pantry, so run into the kitchen now to make them. 🙂

Champagne Cake Pops

Heather from A Wicket Whisk has made a very unique cake pop recipe. She adds champagne extract in the cake mix which makes them bubbly delicious.

Her cake pops are quick and easy to make because they need only 4 ingredients. These cake pops would also be great for a gender reveal (for a girl!) because they have a white frosting and are pink on the inside.

German Chocolate Cake Balls Recipe

Kelsey from Bake Me Some Sugar knows that I loooove German chocolate cake!

She took German cake and turned it into yummy cake balls on a stick! Look how cute they are. I think I could easily eat a dozen of them.

Valentine's Day Cake Pops

I don't intend to wait until Valentine's day to make these cake pops! Julia made these cake pops with Oreos, and I just can't wait to make them this weekend!

Her cake pop recipe doesn't require the use of cake batter but calls for cream cheese. And only 5 ingredients in her recipe!

Don't they look scrumptious?!

Galaxy Cake Pops

I really want to call these cake pops, "Far Out Cake Pops!". They look out-of-this-world delicious!

Mary from the Flying Couponer shows us how to get those perfect galaxy swirls. It's really easy to get the cake pops to look beautiful.

Deviled Egg Cake Balls

I give Carlee major 'pops' (lol) for making cake balls look just like deviled eggs! You can't tell just by looking at them, but they are actually cake pops.

She walks you through the process of making these cake balls. They are not at all difficult to make, so head over to her blog to grab the recipe!

LEGO Cake Pops

This cake pops is for everyone who loves LEGOS! That includes adults!

If someone gave my husband these cake pops, he would easily eat the whole batch. He has loved LEGOS since he was a child.

This cake pops are perfect for kid birthday parties, especially a LEGO-themed party.

Gluten Free Easy Cake Pops Recipe

This is good news for all that suffer from gluten allergies. Sandi from Fearless Dining shows you how to make this chocolatey good cake pops!

The best part is that you only need 4 ingredients to make these. Why not make a big batch of them right now?

Minion Cake Pops

These Minion Cake Pops by The Jenny Evolution would be perfect for a minion birthday party or even for a fun treat for kids when they achieve a milestone.

They&rsquore just the right size for serving kids and no one can resist these adorable and scrumptious yellow pops!

Funfetti Cake Pops

Everything you love about funfetti cake is now in a delicious cake pop recipe. Melissa from the Consumer Queen has found a way to make tiny version of our favorite cake!

The white chocolate frosting is topped with confetti sprinkles. Get the kids involved in decorating them.


Cake Pops Box Cake Mix

Cake Pops Box Cake Mix. The difference between these cake pops and others you may have tried is that these are 100% homemade. What you need 1 batch dark chocolate cake 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4.

Make some cake pops instead! We're all on board with the cake pop craze—after all, they make for perfectly portable desserts that are easy to make and eat! How to make a cake mix box without eggsmommy's home cooking. Get the recipe from delish. Spice up your favorite with one of these exciting — and easy — recipe ideas from baking these gooey chocolate treats are the perfect boxed cake hack.

Easy and delicious chocolate cake pops recipe - A Mummy Too from www.amummytoo.co.uk Pour the cake mix into a bowl. Cake pop maker recipes using mix dik dik zaxy december 9, 2019 no comments cake pop maker chocolate covered christmas cake homemade cake pops sally s baking how to make cake pops with mix recipe carefully place the cake pops in the box to dry. There's nothing simpler than box cake mix recipes! Make some cake pops instead! This is something that is likely going to be different with each brand and flavor, meaning there is no blanket cut back x amount.

With festive recipes using boxed cake mix like candy cane cake bars, halloween cake pops, heart cookies, pumpkin dump cake, and more, you'll have simple cake recipes for every holiday this year.

I know some people don't like the idea of a boxed cake mix, but when you need something quick and don't want to spend hours in the kitchen measuring, scooping, mixing and then crossing your fingers that it bakes. Tips on dipping the cake pops. Basically, the trick to making your $1 box of cake mix taste magical is using milk instead of water, (double) butter instead of oil, and using five eggs it just makes the cupcakes way more decadent and satisfying. How to make a cake mix box without eggsmommy's home cooking. We're all on board with the cake pop craze—after all, they make for perfectly portable desserts that are easy to make and eat! There's no box cake mix or canned frosting. 1 box german chocolate cake mix (i use duncan hines) 1 teaspoon vanill. Cake pop maker recipes using mix dik dik zaxy december 9, 2019 no comments cake pop maker chocolate covered christmas cake homemade cake pops sally s baking how to make cake pops with mix recipe carefully place the cake pops in the box to dry. You'll be amazed at how homemade these cake recipes taste from simply adding a few ingredients. Whipping up a cake from a box is much easier than gathering all the ingredients and baking it from scratch. Make some cake pops instead! Which kind of cake mix would you like in the recipe? Mix in about 1/3 cup of icing (i used store bought milk chocolate) with your hands.

Cake pops are basically little smushed balls of cake and frosting (kind of like when you used to smash your birthday cake all in pieces, maybe with ice cream, and eat it as goop). Which kind of cake mix would you like in the recipe? From birthday cakes to cupcakes, we've all had. With festive recipes using boxed cake mix like candy cane cake bars, halloween cake pops, heart cookies, pumpkin dump cake, and more, you'll have simple cake recipes for every holiday this year. When you dip the cake pop into the candy coating, don't swirl the cake pop around.

Cake pop stand and box - Popolate from i1.wp.com The only trouble is, these oils have almost no flavor. Cake pops are prepared by baking a cake, mashing it up, mixing in frosting, rolling it into a balls, putting it on a stick, and dipping it in chocolate. From birthday cakes to cupcakes, we've all had. There's nothing simpler than box cake mix recipes! Whipping up a cake from a box is much easier than gathering all the ingredients and baking it from scratch.

Cake pops are prepared by baking a cake, mashing it up, mixing in frosting, rolling it into a balls, putting it on a stick, and dipping it in chocolate.

This cake mix may contain less than two percent of partially hydrogenated soybean oil, but we're still not having it. Want to save this recipe for how to make cake pops for later? Although i think box cake mixes are convenient, i really do prefer to make my own cake mix. When you dip the cake pop into the candy coating, don't swirl the cake pop around. With festive recipes using boxed cake mix like candy cane cake bars, halloween cake pops, heart cookies, pumpkin dump cake, and more, you'll have simple cake recipes for every holiday this year. But hey, there's also nothing wrong with using the $1 box mix and calling it a day. Кейк попсы / cake pops мастер класс. Lightly oil the inside of the cake pop maker and then preheat. We're all on board with the cake pop craze—after all, they make for perfectly portable desserts that are easy to make and eat! With festive recipes using boxed cake mix like candy cane cake bars, halloween cake pops, heart cookies, pumpkin dump cake, and more, you'll have simple cake recipes for every holiday this year. Get the recipe from delish. If you want to use a store bought mix, i recommend cutting back on the amount of liquid in the recipe. You can use any boxed cake mix to perpare this recipe.

Most box cake recipes call for vegetable or canola oil. Though i did whip up a batch for both of my sisters' bridal showers in the past few years. 25 desserts made with boxed cake mixes, including cakes, cookies and more. What you need 1 batch dark chocolate cake 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4. A cake pop is pretty much a baked cake that is crumbled into fine pieces, then it is mixed with frosting.

Mommy's Kitchen - Recipes from my Texas Kitchen : Cake Mix . from 4.bp.blogspot.com Boxed cake mix is no stranger to anyone. Basically, the trick to making your $1 box of cake mix taste magical is using milk instead of water, (double) butter instead of oil, and using five eggs it just makes the cupcakes way more decadent and satisfying. I love cake pops, but hardly ever take the time to make them. If you want to use a store bought mix, i recommend cutting back on the amount of liquid in the recipe. I would also recommend adding a.

However, you'll be wondering why you ever believed that once you have a bite of these moist and flavorful also, all of these mixes make great batter for cupcakes or cake pops if that's more your style.

Which kind of cake mix would you like in the recipe? Tips on dipping the cake pops. Cake pop maker recipes using mix dik dik zaxy december 9, 2019 no comments cake pop maker chocolate covered christmas cake homemade cake pops sally s baking how to make cake pops with mix recipe carefully place the cake pops in the box to dry. There's nothing simpler than box cake mix recipes! Кейк попсы (cake pops) ★ рецепт от покашеварим (выпуск 283). Though i did whip up a batch for both of my sisters' bridal showers in the past few years. Let the cake cool completely. However, i've learned that there are plenty of box cake mix hacks. Кейк попсы / cake pops мастер класс. Lightly oil the inside of the cake pop maker and then preheat. I love cake pops, but hardly ever take the time to make them. Basically, the trick to making your $1 box of cake mix taste magical is using milk instead of water, (double) butter instead of oil, and using five eggs it just makes the cupcakes way more decadent and satisfying. You'll be amazed at how homemade these cake recipes taste from simply adding a few ingredients.

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But hey, there's also nothing wrong with using the $1 box mix and calling it a day. Next, crumble the cake into fine crumbs with your hands in a large bowl. These cake pops were divine. For a small family, or for an urgent cake craving, that'd be a lot of it! What you need 1 batch dark chocolate cake 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4.

What you need 1 batch dark chocolate cake 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4. You can use any boxed cake mix to perpare this recipe. Use a convenient boxed cake mix and doctor it up with simple pantry ingredients. If you haven't heard about them yet, cake pop makers are an amazing appliance that have been gaining popularity in homes all across the country. There's no box cake mix or canned frosting.

If you want to use a store bought mix, i recommend cutting back on the amount of liquid in the recipe. Pour the cake mix into a bowl. Spice up your favorite with one of these exciting — and easy — recipe ideas from baking these gooey chocolate treats are the perfect boxed cake hack. 2 years ago helpful (38). 15 oz yellow cake mix, prepared according to package instructions, cooled.

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Tips on dipping the cake pops. 15 oz yellow cake mix, prepared according to package instructions, cooled. Prepare a boxed cake mix as directed on the box. This cake mix may contain less than two percent of partially hydrogenated soybean oil, but we're still not having it. Boxed cake mix is no stranger to anyone.

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Boxed cake mixes have gotten a bad rap over the years for making dry, flavorless cakes. However, you'll be wondering why you ever believed that once you have a bite of these moist and flavorful also, all of these mixes make great batter for cupcakes or cake pops if that's more your style. 1 box german chocolate cake mix (i use duncan hines) 1 teaspoon vanill. The only trouble is, these oils have almost no flavor. What you need 1 batch dark chocolate cake 8 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups confectioner's sugar 4.

Prepare a boxed cake mix as directed on the box.

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The only trouble is, these oils have almost no flavor.

Most box cake recipes call for vegetable or canola oil.

I know some people don't like the idea of a boxed cake mix, but when you need something quick and don't want to spend hours in the kitchen measuring, scooping, mixing and then crossing your fingers that it bakes.

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2 cups white chocolate, plus 2 tablespoons, melted, divided.

Cake Pops Box Cake Mix Reviewed by Admin on May 07, 2021 Rating: 5