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Cake Pops: 3 Sweet Recipes To Imitate

Cake pops are very easy and quick to make. All you need is the basic recipe – and that’s precisely what we can help you with! We have the basic recipe and a few fancy variations. Cake pops are hugely popular and can now be found at almost every dessert buffet. And that’s not surprising because the small cake balls in the shape of lollipops look good in a cake pop holder. They then belong to the decoration. In addition, they are super tasty, quick to make, and above all, they are easy to imitate!

You have to know the basic recipe for the biscuit dough that you use as the basis for your cake pops, and you can start making the most unusual cake pop variations!

The Basic Recipe

You Need:

  • 125 g soft, lightly salted butter
  • 125 g of wonderful sugar
  • Two medium eggs
  • 125 grams of flour
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 70 grams of cream cheese
  • 140 g icing sugar, sieved

How It Works:

  1. Preheat the oven to 160 °C top and bottom heat.
  2. Cream the butter and sugar together, then gradually fold in the two eggs.
  3. Sieve the flour, baking powder, and cocoa powder, mix well and mix to form a smooth dough.
  4. Fill the dough into a greased loaf tin (20 cm) and cook in the preheated oven for about 25 minutes.

Let the cake cool in the tin for about 30 minutes, turn it out onto a wire rack, and cool completely.

Crumble the entire cooled cake and set the crumbs aside. Then stir in the cream cheese and powdered sugar until smooth. Mix the cream cheese mixture into the dough crumbs with your hands. Now form 20 balls of about 30 g from the cross. Let them chill in the fridge for an hour until hardened.

Tip: Alternatively, you can put the cake pop balls in the freezer for 10-15 minutes.

Glaze The Cake Pops

You Need:

  • 400 g Melt Drops
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • scattered decor

Here’s How It Works: 

Place melt drops in a metal bowl and melt in a water bath while stirring constantly. Dip the cake pop sticks into the melted mixture about 1/2 inch deep and immediately insert them into the dough balls. In this way, the balls stick optimally to the handle and do not slip. Meanwhile, keep stirring the mixture to keep it smooth. If the frosting gets tough, stir in a tablespoon of vegetable oil.

Hold the cake pops by the end of the stick, dip into the icing, remove and turn carefully to allow excess icing to drip off. Decorate with sugar pearls or chocolate sprinkles as you like. To dry, place side by side in a cake pop holder or styrofoam block (alternatively, an upside-down colander works).

Babushka Cake Pops

Now that you know the basic recipe for cake pops, you can try a few more unusual variations. How about these cute babushkas, for example?

You Need:

  • 20 biscuit balls of 30 g each
  • 400 g white melted sugar drops
  • The cocoa butter in black and other colors of your choice

Here’s How It Works: 

Divide biscuit balls into a smaller ball for the head and a larger one for the body. Put back in the fridge. Then melt Melt Drops over a water bath. Now hold the underside of the small balls in the mass, then place one on top of a giant ball and press firmly. Dip each stem 1 cm deep into the melted mixture and insert it into the giant orb from below. Allow to dry a little, then dip both balls into the sugar mixture to be entirely covered. Place cake pops in a holder and lets dry.

Melt cocoa butter and pour into a small egg cup. Draw black circles on the head with a fine brush and paint in hair, eyes, and mouth. Use the other colors to paint different patterns on the front of the babushkas, e.g., B. hearts or flowers.

Finally, let the finished cake pops harden for 5-10 minutes in the freezer.

Mini Cupcakes As Cake Pops

You Need:

  • 20 biscuit balls of 30 g each
  • 400 g white melting drops
  • 200 g melt drops in different colors
  • sugar decoration, e.g., B. sprinkles, flowers, glitter

Here’s How It Works: 

Melt Melt Drops over a hot water bath. Dip the bottom of the flattened balls in, then place them onto the cutout shapes and press. Now dip the sticks about 2 cm deep into the mass and pierce from below through the cupcake halfway into the glued-on ball. Dip cupcakes entirely in the melted group and leave to dry in a holder.

Melt differently colored melt drops as you like, dip the top part of the cake pops and decorate with flowers, sprinkles, and more.

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