Cake pops are easy to make, once you know how to make them. The key is not to rush and to keep cooling them. It is so much easier to make them if they are cold. Another tip is not to make the balls too big. The heavier they are, the more likely they are to break.
Cake pops are also great to make if you are sculpting a celebration cake and have a lot of excess trimming. I always like to make use of my leftovers - especially when it comes to cake!
Bunny Butt Cake Pops
- 3 plain cupcakes
- 2tbsp chocolate frosting
- chocolate cake covering or candy melts
- chocolate flavoured icing
- white mini marshmallows
- Pink icing
- cake pop sticks
- Crumble the cupcakes into a bowl and add the chocolate frosting.
- Mix thoroughly and then roll into small balls. Chill in the fridge for 15 minutes.
- Melt a small amount of cake covering. Dip the cake pop stick into the chocolate and then into the cake ball.
- Place these into the freezer for 20 minutes to harden.
- Meanwhile make feet shape using the chocolate icing. Add detail with pink icing.
- Take the cake pops out of the freezer and dip into a pot of melted chocolate covering. Shake off any excess.
- Use a small dot of chocolate to "glue" a white marshmallow on the top of the cake pop as a tail.
- Use some more melted chocolate to attach the feet.
There you have some cute bunny but cake pops for Easter. Need some more ideas?
How about these Malteaser flavoured MaltEaster Cupcakes?
Or a Bunny Butt Cake using a Tunnocks Tea cake and mini eggs to decorate.
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