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  • Prep 60 min
  • Total 4 hr 0 min
  • Servings 48

Like the Wedding Cake Pops, these colorful Party Cake Pops are the best favors or dessert ever, and the response is a huge hit! MORE + LESS -

TBSP Susan
June 4, 2015


Betty Crocker SuperMoist™ white cake mix
Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy ready-to-spread vanilla frosting
ounces white-chocolate candy (as for almond bark)
sucker sticks (found in craft stores)
small plastic bags (found in craft stores, for packaging)
Ribbon for packaging
(Sprinkles, food glitter, mini chocolate chips as desired, for decorating)
(Large Styrofoam block to hold pops upright while drying)


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  • 1
    Preheat oven to 350° F. Prepare a 9x13 cake pan with non-stick cooking spray. Prepare cake mix according to the package directions (using egg whites to make the cake as white as possible). Bake as directed, removing from oven when a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean and the cake springs back to the touch.
  • 2
    Allow to cool completely, then cut the cake into 12 big pieces. For perfectly white cake pops inside, skim off the golden tops and bottoms of the cake pieces with a sharp knife. Finely crumble the remaining white cake into a large bowl.
  • 3
    Add 3/4 of the tub of frosting to the cake crumbs and mix it in with the back of a big spoon. Reserve the remaining 1/4 tub of frosting for another use. (Do not add it to the crumbs or the mixture will become too moist.)
  • 4
    Roll cake mixture into 48 balls, each about 1-1/2 inch in diameter. Place balls on a wax-paper-lined tray or baking sheet. Cover loosely with plastic wrap and allow to cool in the refrigerator for an hour.
  • 5
    Melt 16 oz. of white chocolate candy in the top of a double boiler (or microwave). Keep the candy warm and fluid while you work. IF DESIRED, tint the white candy any color with food coloring (or color can be added later with spray food coloring, too.) Dip about 1/2 inch of the end of a stick into the melted candy, then push it about 1/3 of the way into a cake ball. Set the ball upside down on the wax-paper-covered tray. Repeat until all cake balls are done. Allow the sticks to set up so they are secure in the cake balls. (The first ones should be ready to coat by the time you finish inserting the last sticks.)
  • 6
    Holding the end of each stick, dip the cake ball quickly and completely into the melted candy. Tap the stick gently on the side of the pan or bowl to allow excess candy to drip off. Quickly sprinkle with decorations, if desired, then poke the end of the stick into the styrofoam block and allow the cake pop to set up upright until hard.
  • 7
    When the cake pops are completely set and dry, place them in small plastic candy bags and tie with ribbon or beads.

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