Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Back-to-School Apple Cake Pops
Apple-shaped cake balls (Click the link to find my step-by-step cake pop tutorial.)
Red candy melts
Vegetable oil (to thin candy melts)
Tall mug for dipping pops
Chocolate/brown jimmie sprinkles
Green candy melts and a tip #352 for leaves
White and chocolate candy melts if you want to add "faces"
Heating pad to keep candy warm while dipping
Ice pack to keep cake balls cool
Now, you need to let the cake balls sit for at least three hours in the refrigerator. I prefer to wait overnight. If you're in a real hurry, you can put them in the freezer for 30 minutes, then move them to the refrigerator. You will want to work with them just 5 or 6 at a time out of the refrigerator. I usually put them on a plate, and set that plate on a cold pack from the freezer while I work.
Click the Links Below to See:
Back-to-School Apple Cookies
Back-to-School Apple Cupcakes
Mini-Apple Hand Pies
More Bakc-to-School/ Teacher Ideas
Cake Pop Decorating Ideas
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