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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

"Red Velvet Cake Pops"

 The legendary ruby colored red velvet cake pops recipe with heavenly creamy rich white chocolate. My kids asked me to make some cake pops.  I had a box of red velvet cake mix, that I decided to use on these. It turned out really delicious.   


    Ingredients:
1 box of Red Velvet cake mix (Follow the direction on the box)

    Cream:
2 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
2 sticks of unsalted butter

Chocolate for dipping and decoration


Bake the cake follow the direction on the box. Let it cool down.


 Mix eggs with sugar until fluffy.
Melt butter. 
Eggs are ready. 
Pour eggs into the butter while stirring. 
Bring it to a boil. Set aside to cool. 
Brake pieces of cake and mix it with cooled cream. 
Use a mixer to make it smooth. 
 Roll balls and put em in the fridge for a few hours.
Melt chocolate and dip the stick in first then stick it in the cake pops.
Dip the whole cake pop in. For decoration use sprinkles. I learned  swirls on YOUTUBE.
Enjoy!!!







20 comments:

  1. Wow, That is so cool, maybe you can make some just for decorations for the upcoming event. AWESOME.

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    1. I have planned a cake for this event.
      Thanks, Lana:)

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  2. How many balls does one package of mix produce?

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    1. As I remember it was around 30 balls.

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  3. Hi - do you just use ordinary white chocolate to cover these - I am going to try and make some but am worried that my chocolate will look a creamy color ? Any recommendations ?

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    1. Yes, I used white chocolate chips. The color is the same as the chocolate:)
      Enjoy!!!

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  4. where can fine the little sticks at

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    1. You can find sticks at Michael's, Joanne Hobby Lobby.
      Enjoy:)))

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  5. do you have to keep these refrigerated?

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  6. hi u have a very good recipe but im just wondering what kind of sugar u used? is it granulated or confectioner's? thanks..ur reply would be a big help

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    1. Hi there,
      I used a regular granulated sugar:)
      Enjoy!!!

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  7. What did you use for the red swirls? And does it come in different colors? I am wanting to make this for my preschool class for halloween but wanting to decorate them as eyeballs.

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    1. I used red chocolate melts :) They sell em in Walmart and Michaels.

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  8. What kind of chocolate did you use? My chocolate came out very thick last time and yours looks very think.. any suggestions..??

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    1. I used white chocolate chips:)

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  9. The only thing you can use to thin chocolate is vegetable shortening or oils, coconut, vegetable etc. warning however the more you add the less solidity it holds at an outdoor event and will melt without refrigeration! Start with 1tbs at a time!

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  10. I think red velvet is the coolest looking thing, but I've never tried it. Thanks to your recipe.

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