Cake Pops


Many time I have wondered people posting cake pops, I thought that it would be a difficult task and needs more patience. But recently when I got to see a cake pop recipe, I felt it quite easy and wanted to try it out. As a result there comes Republic day and my daughter wanted to prepare a tri color cake, let me start preparing this cake pops also by the side.

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The cake pops turned out very good, delicious with good texture. Let us move on to the recipe…

Cake Pops

Cake Pops


  • Cake (any cake as you desire) – 5 cup cake
  • Butter – 2 ½ tbsp.
  • White chocolate – 50 gms
  • Sugar strands – for decorating


  • Crumble the cake into fine pieces with your hands.
  • Take in a mixier, add in 1 ½ tbsp of butter and pulse it (grind it smoothly).
  • Transfer it to a wide mouth bowl, grease your palm with little butter and take a small portion of cake mixture and roll it to a ball.
  • Insert a tooth pick in between the ball and roll it well.
  • Continue the same process with the leftover cake mixture.
  • Place the cake balls in the freezer and freeze it for 2 hrs.
  • After two hrs, grate or chop the white chocolate into pieces.
  • Boil a cup of water in a heavy bottomed kadai, add in the chopped chocolate pieces to a small bowl, and gently place the bowl in the centre of the boiling water.
  • Keep on stirring, so that the chocolate starts melting.
  • When the chocolate comes to melting stage, dip the cake pops to it and coat it well.
  • Sprinkle sugar strands in a plate, immediately after coating the cake pops, roll it over the sugar strands.
  • Refrigerate it.

Serve chilled or decorate it over the cake.

Note: When you feel the cake is not able roll, add few more butter and continue rolling.


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