Top Tips for making Cake Pops

Top Tips for making Cake Pops

Top Tips for making Cake Pops As you all know, I do love a bit of baking and decorating, and I've been wanting to try and make cake pops for a while now. For those who are not sure what I'm talking about, cake pops are those round chocolate covered balls on the end of sticks. Sounds easy, huh?!

I'm feeling extra helpful today, so let me help you out with my 'top tips/how to' list as follows:

1. Make sure you have a cake already baked the day/week/month before (freezers are fabulous inventions you know).

2. Do NOT, under any circumstances, let yourself be helped by two children under the age of 8.

What? OK, sorry, scrap that. What I really meant to say of course, is that it's a great way to pass a couple of hours* on a grey and cloudy day in summer. (*there's some chill time in that - for the cake balls, not the children. Although it works equally well both ways I found).

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