So I have been wanting to make some of these for a while, but never really thought I could master the recipe. But it was a lot easier than I first thought.
Self raising flour
Cake Pop moulds
Ensure you preheat the oven to 180 degrees before you start.
Step one - you will need to mix together the sugar and the butter, then add the vanilla extract.
Step two - then add the eggs but between putting the two eggs in you will need to whisk between both eggs.
Step three - Then you will need to add the flour and the milk, ensure that you add the flour and milk in halves mix in the first half and then add the second.
Step four - When the batter is all mixed you can then start spooning the mixture into the moulds. I put enough mixture in to fill the bottom half of the cake pop mould.
Step five - Place top onto the mould and place into the oven, I put mine in for about 20-25 minutes.
Step six - I then removed from the over and flipped them all out onto a cooling rack after a couple of minutes of cooling in the mould.
I left the cake pops for about 10-15 minutes until they were completely cool.
I then started on the topping and decorations, I used white chocolate and milk chocolate as I found these easier to get hold of than candy melts. I melted the chocolate over a pan of boiling water, until smooth.
You will have to ensure that you dip the lolly pop stick into the chocolate and then place this into the cake pop about half way up to seal the bond between the cake and the stick. You can then do this to all of the cake pops and then leave until chocolate is completely dry.
Now comes the messy part, I then dipped the cake pop into the chocolate and completely covered the cake pop in chocolate. The put a side to dry. Don't worry the chocolate will drip off but it doesn't matter too much. You may want to double dip when the first layer is dry to make the cake underneath completely invisible.
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