Hello everyone, I hope you are all well.

These pretty cake pops are made with vanilla cake and lemon curd, both sweet and tangy flavors at the same time.

The perfect weekend activity with the kids!

Here is the recipe, enjoy!

 

Cake Pops

  • 1/2 vanilla cake base (I use half a 8-inch cake)
  • 4 tablespoons lemon curd (or frosting, if you prefer)
  • white chocolate
  • pretty straws or lollipop sticks
  • sprinkles or fondant

 

Crumble the cake into a large bowl or pan.

You’ll also need lemon curd, you can find my recipe here.

Add the lemon curd and mix into the crumbled cake.

The mixture should be moist enough to roll into small balls and still hold a round shape. You could use a small ice cream scoop to help you make equally sized balls.

Freeze for 15 minutes.

Melt some chocolate in a bowl suspended over a pan of simmering water, I use white Callebaut chocolate here.

Today I’m using these super cute straws for my cake pops, you can get them here.

One at a time, dip the tip of a straw or lollipop stick into some melted chocolate.

Then insert the lollipop stick straight into a cake ball, pushing it no longer than halfway through.

Repeat with the remaining cake balls.

It’s very important that the balls are very cold at this stage, or they’ll easily fall off the stick/straw!

Now dip the entire cake ball into the melted chocolate until it is completely covered.

Rotate the lollipop stick stick if necessary to allow the excess chocolate to fall off evenly.

Repeat with the remaining cake balls.

I decorated my cake pops with super cute pastel colored decorations.

Some of them are homemade (fondant and First Impression molds) and some of them are from Wilton.

Decorate the cake pops before the chocolate is completely set.

I hope you are inspired to make cake pops…

That’s it for now.

 

Have a nice day everyone!

Hugs from me to you.

 

 

 

18 Comments

  1. Hei 🙂
    Jeg bare elsker forklærne dine! hvor kan man få kjøpt dem? Feks det med perlesmykke på og ellers de andre 🙂

  2. Tusen takk for inspirasjon og mange fantastiske oppskrifter!! Klarer ikke å velge hva jeg skal bake neste gang; det er så mye spennende å velge i. 

    Ville bare ønske deg en riktig god påske!! 

    Bake klem fra Sølvi 🙂 

  3. Hei! Fantastisk fine cakepops 😀 Hvilken first impression form har du brukt her, og hvor kan man få kjøpt den eller de?  🙂

  4. hei manuela 🙂
    dette må jo testes,rålekkert.Må bare fortelle deg at jeg kjæpte ferdig cupcakes pakke på butikken og tenkte nei må ha no vaniljesmaaak ,helte oppi en dæsj med tine vaniljesaus i røra og gjett om dem ble gode a ,åhhhhhhh her blir det vailjesaus i diverse cup-cakes for de ble så lette som fjær 🙂
    Ønsker deg en riktig god påske og kos nå med familien din. PEACE&LOVE fra Kjersti !

    • så bra Kjersti, den er faktis med i neste bok, lagde dem self for noen uker side, blir supergode, glad du likte det
      god påske

      klem

  5. Hei! 
    Jeg lurer på om de kan fryses når de er helt ferdige? Med pynt og alt? 
    Kjempeherlig blogg du har! Første gang jeg har vært inne her, men jeg kommer nok til å tilbringe mye tid her fremover 😉

    Mona

  6. Hei Manuela. 
    Disse var fantastisk søte 🙂 Hva slags oppskrift bruker du på kakedeigen? Prøvde å se gjennom recipe inex men ble ikke stort klokere 😉

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  8. Hi, Manuela!
    My name is Aline and I’m from Brazil, and I love your site and would like to ask a question, every time I try to make cake pops the chocolate ends up cracking, could you give me a hint how to avoid this ?? (I’m so sory for my poor english…)
    Thanks!!!
    Hugs!

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