Thursday, October 17, 2013

Halloween cake pops



I had so much fun making Halloween cake pops with my Goodcook.com Halloween cake pop mold.

I used Duncan Hines Funfetti cake mix and baked the cake according to the box directions.   I made (2) 9 inch cake rounds.   I then let the cake cool.

I then took the cake rounds and 3/4 container of 16 oz pre-made frosting (white) and placed both in my food processor and pulsed until it was a sand-like consistency.

I then took an ice cream scooper and scooped it into the molds.




I then took the cake pop stick and dipped it into melted chocolate and placed it into the hole.  The chocolate acts as an adhesive to allow the cake to stick to it.  I then placed it in the refrigerator for 2 hours.  The main idea is to let it set.  You can let it sit at room temperature as well.  Make sure to keep it covered.



When the molds were ready I removed them and started to decorate them.  You can make hair by dipping the pop into sugars while the frosting or chocolate coating is still wet.


I melted cups of frosting for 10 seconds and dipped the cake pops into it.  You can change the colors by adding food coloring.   I placed them in a stick stand and let them dry.  You can use styrofoam or a cup of rice too to stick them in.

You can purchase this mold by visiting Goodcook.com .  




Disclaimer: I received the Halloween Cake Pop Mold from Good Cook.com .  All opinions expressed are based on my own personal use.  Your experience may differ.

3 comments:

  1. Spooky homemade treats are the best, you did a great job with these Halloween Cake Pops!

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  2. These are perfect for Halloween! You did a fantastic job!
    Hi! I'm a new follower of your lovely blog via GFC.

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  3. Geee so cute cupcakes in here! I was browsing for more Halloween recipes like Cakes , Halloween Cupcakes and more food ideas. Thanks for sharing and I do hope I could pin some nice photos on my Pinterest boards. Good day!

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