An easy and versatile blueberry cake you’ll want to make over and over again! I’ve made this cake so often recently, my friends and family must be sick of it. It can as easily be served in the morning with … Continue reading
I hopped on the band wagon and made some cake pops. And it wasn’t too difficult!
Once your cake is baked and cooled (feel free to speed the freezing by putting it in the fridge), crumble your cake, add cream cheese, powdered sugar, and butter. Chill! You could leave it for a day or two in the fridge, if you’d like. It won’t hurt it a bit.
Roll them out into adorable little balls of cake goodness. If you have lollipop sticks, stick one in the top of each cake ball. If not, toothpicks work surprisingly well.
Melt some chocolate! I used white chocolate, but you could use milk or dark chocolate as well. For simple melting (no double boiler!), put your chocolate in the microwave for 30 second intervals. Between each interval, stir, stir, stir. When it’s smooth, it’s done.
Take a few at a time out of the freezer, and dip each one in the chocolatey goodness. I recommend using a cooling rack to let them set. Then the chocolate on the top doesn’t flatten out from being set on a cookie sheet.
Garnish with sprinkles! And enjoy. Don’t refrigerate, as it will cause the cake pops to sweat.
When I was a kid, carrot cake was not something that interested me. Vegetables do not belong in dessert. Ever.
For a great, basic cream cheese frosting, check out Simply Recipes. Creamy delicious!