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    Hubby would LOVE it if I baked when I was bored. He loves baked items. I'm not so much of a sweet tooth!

    Kristy, those cake pops look great! Did you dip them in chocolate or candy coating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatherbella View Post
    Hubby would LOVE it if I baked when I was bored. He loves baked items. I'm not so much of a sweet tooth!

    Kristy, those cake pops look great! Did you dip them in chocolate or candy coating?
    They are dipped in both, actually!! Some in milk chocolate, some in white chocolate and some in melting candy. I wasn't sure which was best, so I tried them all. The candy was the best, but maybe with different cake, or different temp, the others would work.
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    Ok, I bought some of the candy coating things at Michaels the other day so I was hoping I did the right thing. :P
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    Ill have to look into the other recipes! I didnt realize it was so versatile!

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    Ok, so I made a batch of white pops. They taste good but they don't look awesome. They are really nice and round on the bottom but not so much on the top. Does this cover with the candy dip or will they always look weird? I guess if I stick the stick in the weird looking side it might mask that a bit hey? Oh geeze, I hope this isn't a flop!
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    Came back to this thread because I almost got sick on the 4 I ate last night Sooo good!

    1 9x13 cake - completely cooled.
    1 can icing - not whipped as it usually doesn't hold the cake together as well, in my experience.
    Mix both together in a mixer or by hand.

    Roll each ball into 20-22g (1-1.5" in diameter).
    Place on cookie sheet.
    Freeze the balls for at least 4-6 hours so they get VERY stiff.
    They will never actually freeze.. just get very firm but never rock hard..

    When ready, take a few balls out at a time (so they don't get room temp - that's when you loose shape), slip a stick into the ball and dip into melted candy coating.

    Turn by the handle to get excess candy off, or to make a cool design if you want while, the coating is drying (which happens fast!)

    Place back onto cookie sheet to set the candy coating completely - store in fridge or freezer.

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    You can do the same with a red velvet cake crumbled plus cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla and butter whipped and then mixed. Then dipped in baker's chocolate. They're yummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by nidia View Post
    You can do the same with a red velvet cake crumbled plus cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla and butter whipped and then mixed. Then dipped in baker's chocolate. They're yummy
    That sounds like heaven. I'm a cream cheese junkie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaurenE View Post
    That sounds like heaven. I'm a cream cheese junkie!
    I googled, here you go, just for you:



    Red Velvet Cake Balls | Iowa Girl Eats
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    Awwwww!!!! I'll have to go to the store after work!
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