Red Velvet Cake or Chocolate Cake or Sponge Cake (Approx. 1 lb / 454g) Buttercream Frosting White Melting Chocolate (Approx. 4 oz / 113g) Dark Melting Chocolate (Approx. 4 oz / 113g) Edible Cake Glitter / Sprinkles Lollipop Sticks PREPARATIONS: 1- Crumble the cake. DIRECTIONS: 1- Transfer the crumbled cake to a large bowl. 2- Gradually add buttercream frosting until the cake sticks together. 3- Make one scope sized ball shapes out of the batter. 4- Melt the chocolate in a microwave. 5- Dip the lollipop sticks in the melted chocolate and stick into the cake balls. 6- Set the cake pops aside for 10 minutes until the chocolates cool down and glue the sticks to the cake. Re-melt the chocolates before the next step. 7- Dip the cake pops in the melted chocolate and before the chocolate cools down, sprinkle the surface with edible cake glitter or sprinkles of your choice. 8- Before serving, allow the cake pops to cool down thoroughly. (Refrigerate if needed).
CAKE POPS CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Cake pops are very easy to make, if you already have the cake and buttercream frosting pre-made. Cake pops make excellent edible decorative center pieces as long as we don't except much of nutritional value from them. One serving of cake pops (3.5 oz / 100g) has 366 calories (129 calories from fat), 14.3g total fat (4g saturated fat), 636mg sodium, 252mg potassium, 59.5g total carbohydrates (1.8g dietary fiber), and 4.9g protein. Cake pops are high in sugar. Depending on the cake and buttercream used in the recipe, it may contains 20 to 35 grams sugars per serving.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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