DULCE DE LECHE CAKE POPS

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Serves: Approx. 50 Pops

Ingredients

1 box yellow or white cake mix
1 13.4 oz. can of dulce de leche
1 lb almond bark
candy sprinkles or tiny candy decorations
50 lollipop sticks

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Jo Anne Sugimoto Recipe
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Well Seasoned
Kaneohe, HI (pop. 158,302)
sugarnspicetedibears
Member Since Oct 2010
Jo Anne's notes for this recipe:
My newest obsession!!! Here is a cake pop with Dulce de Leche in it!

It's not my photo, but I will post my very own when I make it! :)
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Directions

1
Follow directions on the box to make the cake.
2
Allow the cake to cool, and then crumble the cake into a large bowl, no large pieces of cake, please.
3
Stir in the Dulce de Leche until well combined.
4
With your hands, roll into 1 1/2 inch balls. Place them onto a cookie sheet covered with waxed paper.
5
Cover with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator for several hours or in the freezer for about 30 minutes. You want the balls to be firm but not frozen.
6
Place the almond bark or candy coating in a deep, microwave safe bowl and melt it on medium power for 30 seconds at a time, stirring each time until completely melted.
7
Remove the balls from the refrigerator/freezer.
8
One at a time, dip about 1/2 of the lolly stick into the melted almond bark and then insert it into the cake ball, pushing it in no more than halfway through.
9
Holding the sucker stick with the cake ball attached, dip the entire cake ball into the melted almond bark until it is completely covered up to the base of the cake ball and 1/4 inch of the stick. This helps to secure the cake ball to the stick when the coating sets. Tap it lightly on the side of the bowl to get the excess coating off.
10
Sprinkle with candy sprinkles or tiny candy decorations.
11
Stick it into a styrofoam block to let dry and set or you can place it into a candy or tiny cupcake liner to set.
12
To give away as gifts, you can wrap it in a candy cellophane bag and tie a festive ribbon on it or store in an airtight container in a cool place.

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user Wendy Rusch snooksk9 - Dec 10, 2010
omg YUMMMMMMMMMMM Hello tastebuds!!! Jo, did you try these yet? I'm liking this new obsession of yours! lol Lynn and I were just talking about you again! on one of her filling recipes...can't remember which one right now... you'll love it! lol oxoxoxo
user Carole F BakersQueen - Dec 10, 2010
OMG, OMG...these are fabulous, my daughter loves to make these cake balls. I will have to show her this one, how scrumptious....she will be so geeked.

and, yes, JO..we were talking about you..all good, hope your ready to move..LOL!
user Jo Anne Sugimoto sugarnspicetedibears - Dec 10, 2010
No, I didn't make it yet, but I am planning to make it this weekend!!! I am at this moment, trying to get a hold of my eldest grand daughter so that she can help in having the fun f making cake pops!!! I am sooooo exciting!!! Just like a little kid, what am I talking about, I am a little kid, I never grew up!!! XOXOX Jo

By the way stop talking about me and start posting your ideas for these cake/candy pops! And don't forget to join the newest groups that I created for it, okay?!? Love you! Jo
user Carole F BakersQueen - Dec 10, 2010
But, Jo...we were just planning on you to help make Wendy and me millionares!! LOL..look at my new filling recipes I just posted..I can't remember which one we talked about you, but it is for sure in 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5..LOL. Okay, now I am getting silly..just having fun though.

I am on my way to joining your new group...!! Sounds like fun...xo!!

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