St Patrick’s Day Cake-Pops!

St Patrick’s Day is coming & it’s coming fast! Today, I’m going to show you how to make St Patrick’s Day inspired Cake-pops! Bring these to school, work, or make them for a party & watch them all disappear in seconds because they’re that good!!

What’s On The Shopping List???
-White Cake Mix
-Classic Vanilla Frosting
-Decorating icing & Sprinkles
-Lollipop Sticks
-Melted Chocolate

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RECIPE

Lets get this cake mix going! Follow your cake mix’s instructions for this part. (The box that I have says to preheat the oven to 325°F. Then I’m going to mix 1¼ cups of water, Cup of Vegetable Oil, & 3 Whole Eggs. After this I’m going to bake it for 30 minutes & then let it cool & harden.) I put my cake into the fridge overnight.

In a large bowl, break the cake into pieces. Add some frosting to the crumpled cake. Use your hands to mix the crumpled cake & the frosting together.

Now using a spoon or an ice cream scoop, scoop a ball of cake and put them on a plate & put this in the freezer for 30 minutes.

Take them out of the freezer & melt some chocolate. Dip your lollipop sticks in the melted chocolate & then stick them into each cake ball.

Put these in the freezer again for 15 minutes.

Coat your cake balls with some melted chocolate & start adding your sprinkles or decorations before the chocolate on the cake pop dries! Do this to all of your cake pops & watch the magic happen.

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They taste so yummy! If you make these, let me know how you like them!

Have a great St Patrick’s Day! Don’t forget to wear green. 

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