This morning I had to make some mini chocolate cupcakes for an event. I had a few dozen left over, that I usually leave un-iced for a lunch box treat.
On a whim, I thought, what if I use my left over minis and give Cake Pops a whirl?
I have really good whims sometimes…..
Cake Pops are the infamous creation of Bakerella. She’s had an amazing year and has captured the world over with her Cake Pop creations.
I gotta say, she’s a pretty smart lady, cause these taste really good and look awesome.
These were fun and so incredibly easy. And, they fit right in with my promise of Valentine’s Day posts for the next few weeks.
Wouldn’t these be great at a class party? A girl’s night out? Wrapped up with a sweet saying and some ribbon?
The um, unfortunate part is that I can’t actually give you a recipe. I can only tell you what I did.
I took about 12 left over cooled mini chocolate cupcakes and crumbled them up in a bowl. Then I used approximately 3 tablespoons of left over chocolate icing and mixed that all together until I had a nice dough ball. I rolled them up and put them on parchment and in the fridge for about 15 minutes to firm up a bit.
Next, I melted some chocolate and dipped my candy sticks into it and then into the cake ball. I left them in the fridge for a good hour to get nice and firm.
I used Candy Melts to dip my cake balls when they were firm. Keep some in the fridge while you are working so they are nice and cold when you need them.
Decorate with sprinkles, sparkles, jimmies, coloured Candy Melts, whatever you have on hand! I found these super cute printables from Mommy By Day…Crafter By Night and attached them to my candy sticks.
If you want a full recipe, that will yield 48 or more…look here.
I hope you give these a whirl when you have left over cake!