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So my daughter's 4th birthday party is this weekend and it is a Little Einsteins theme, so I was thinking of making cake pops to look like little music batons but have seen soooo many varying recipes with them!

1) they used an actual round shaped cooking pan to make them

2) they mushed the cake with some frosting and then formed the ball (kinda how I make my rum balls, margarita balls and pina colada balls) but I dont see how that one stays on the stick??

 

What do you ladies recommend if you have done them?? Do I keep them refrigerated before I serve them?

by on Nov. 9, 2011 at 12:56 AM
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KinzsMommy
by on Nov. 11, 2011 at 2:02 PM

There is a cake pops pan online at Google bake pops that my sister bought.  It's two pans that you put together and put the cake batter into.  They bake into the small ball shapes and you just put a stick in them and they're like suckers.  Just decorate and enjoy.  Any box cake mix works.  I think they even came with sticks to put in them.  Very easy to use and dishwasher safe.

hnjen12
by on Mar. 19, 2013 at 11:56 AM


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