nadine's StoryI made these last weekend with my nieces. We had so much fun. They were fun to make and turned out adorable.
I used a yellow cake mix and vanilla frosting, but you could use any combination that sounds appealing.
*tip: use the smaller sucker sticks, as the longer ones make them top heavy
box cake mix, any flavor
container frosting, any flavor
bag wilton white chocolate melts
1Bake a cake mix in a 13 x 9 inch pan, according to package directions.
2After cake has cooled, smash the cake with a fork. Mix in 1 can of frosting.
3Refrigerate for 15 minutes.
4Remove from fridge and form into balls.
5In a double boiler melt a 1/2 cup of candy melts. Dip the tip of the sucker stick into the white chocolate then insert stick into each ball.
6Then refrigerate again for another 15 minutes.
7While cake pops are in the fridge melt the remaining candy melts
8Remove cake pops from fridge. Dip the cake part into the melted chocolate.
9Sprinkle with Easter sprinkles
10After the cake ball is covered insert the stick into a styrofoam block to allow the chocolate coating to harden.