Bridal Shower Cake Pops

Bridal Shower Cake Pops
Reviewed by Cake Pops
Rating: 5

This recipe and images are courtesy of Docerela you can view more of her creations at her blog.

These pops can be a great idea for a bridal shower favor for your guests.

1. Prepare the cake mix as per instructions on the box.
2. Bake cake at 350 degrees. Once cake is baked, set to cool.
3. Once cake is cool, crumble it in a large mixing bowl.
4. Mix the crumble cake together with the vanilla frosting.
5. Once mixed, place it in the refrigerator for about half an hour.
6. Roll the cake into balls. Once rolled, place them in the freezer for about an hour.
7. Once you have your cake balls rolled in the freezer, start melting the chocolate.
8. Remove the cake balls from the freezer.
9. One at a time get a lollipop stick and dip the stick about 1/2 inch of the tip into the melted candy coating and
then insert the lollipop stick straight into a cake ball, pushing it no more than halfway through. Hold the cake ball
and turn it back and forth or softly tap it, so the excess chocolate falls off. Place cake pops in the refrigerator to dry out completely.
Once dry you can wrap it individually.

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Ingredients

  • 1 box of french vanilla mix
  • Half of can of vanilla frosting ( I don't use alot of frosting so its less sweet.)
  • White chocolate melts
  • Orange chocolate melts
  • Light blue chocolate melts
  • Lollipop sticks 6''
  • Orange and turquoise ribbon.
Serves 5
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  • Angela

    how did you get the tux for the bride and groom black and white?????

  • Kathleen Gunn

    dip it in all white. Then dip parts of it in milk chocolate

  • Katie

    how do you get the pearls ?

  • http://www.docerela.com docerela

    HI Angela, that is correct, First you need to dip the cake pop in white after dry dip in black. @ Kathleen thks for replying. Katie, pearls are from wilton.

    Girls please feel free to subscribe to my website.

    http://www.docerela.com

  • Cristina

    What is an easy way of making the decoration when doing lines?

  • Annette

    These are so cute and yummy! My niece made some for my daughter’s baby shower. Since we were doing it with a Michigan theme, they made some yellow and some blue. They put them on long sticks and stuck them in blue oblong buckets with Easter grass in them. Too cute!

  • sue

    you need to rewrite the last part of this recipe. you miss the entire “dip cake pop in chocolate part” just needs one more sentece.

  • Rachel Ramos

    Just getting started in making cake pops went to my nieces birthday party and seen these little cake pops and thought that was the most interesting dessert and so excited can’t wait to start making my own and having lots of fun with them and sharing it with everyone.

  • Sara

    Has anyone ever used icing instead of chocolate for the outer coating. I am making them for my son’s 4th birthday and he doesnt like chocolate.

  • http://www.dsdesignerevents.com Shannon Tual

    Hi Sara,

    These are candy melts, not chocolate. I’ve never used icing, but you can use Almond Bark, comes in white.

  • http://www.docerela.com Catarina aka Docerela

    Hello ladies, if you need to get more info abou these cakepops you can follow my site.

  • Katie

    Sara – first thing that comes to mind is using melted fondant… I’ve dipped cupcakes in this before, comes out like a smooth glaze almost. I don’t see why it wouldn’t work for cake pops? You could always give it a couple coats. Just a thought!

    PS love these little cake pops! Have to do super mario themed cupcakes for a bridal shower (don’t ask…) but considering throwing some of these in as a (more traditional!) bonus.

  • jen trivelli

    What did you use to make the bow ties for the tux?

  • http://n/a Debi

    Hi,
    my question is about the cake pops that look like cupcakes. What is the mold you used and where can I find one. Love you pops!!!

    Thanks in advance for your response.

    Debi

  • http://www.docerela.com Catarina aka Docerela

    Hi everyone, if you still have questions with regards to anything of this post, please visit my website and comment or you can send me an email. I don’t visit here often to check for messages. I would be glad to answer all your questions.

    God Bless

    Catarina aka docerela

  • gail maccauley

    I would love some tips on decorating the pop to look like people. Do you have any creative and easy ways. Iwould love to make these and sell them at my next church fundraiser for our Christmas .
    do you also have a blog I looked and I didn’t find one
    Thank you hope to hear from you soon as my next event is in October of this year.
    Gail

  • lorrie

    having problems getting the melting chocolate is to thick or what to use keeping chcolate melted to do all the balls.and the sticks were pulling out? cake bater seemed a litlle heavy help please thank u mine were kinda disaster thanku

  • Mary

    How do you get nice smooth frosting to roll the balls in. Mine always comes out too stiff and does not rool smoothly.

  • Ana

    i love making cake pops its fun and cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1# cake pop makrer in America!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lisa

    Great Idea!! About how many does one box of cake mix make? I am planning to make these for my wedding favors.

  • Debbie

    For those of you still having trouble with the melts being too thick, The candy supply stores that sell the melts usually have glycerine chips to stir in and melt. Add a little at a time to get the right thickness. I have not used the liquid glycerin, but it should work, too. Walmart sells this with the icing colors as it is used to thin those, too. Hope this helps.

    • Abuttray

      Regular cooking oil works as well.

    • Funnyfarmerswife

      You can add shortening to the candy melt, or chocolate to thin it to a good dipping consistency

  • Meaghan

    I have been wanting to make these. I make rum balls and they sound very simillar. The only difference I notice is you dont have to dry out the cake and no rum. I wonder if I can make a combination of these for my birthday???

  • kristin

    For chocolate/melts that are too thick, you can also use corn syrup just a touch to thin it out

  • Cindy

    How long on average do the cake pops last if giving them as a gift?

  • Cabroyles

    Would like to make these for a wedding how far in advance can you make these and/or freeze and they still taste fresh?

  • http://www.facebook.com/ola.tate.7 Ola Tate

    can you make this for any party

  • QC Supermom

    It’s great you are able to do these also. By any chance, did you write this blog or do you work w/ the lady that did?

  • http://www.facebook.com/lori.houldsworth Lori Wright Houldsworth

    can’t see a reply to question..can they be frozen

    • Christy Leigh Cudmore

      You can freeze them without the chocolate coating.