March 22, 2014

Cake pops.

I doubted if I would do this post because I'm not really into cakepops. Cupcakes are more my thing: there's more to eat but they're still easy to take with you (on the train for example... I always get hungry on the train). But a few months ago, my parents bought me a cake pop machine - they didn't know what to get me anymore... I'm spoiled: I got everything! Now I got this machine standing here, so I decided to use it too! Cake pops are pretty messy with all the chocolate and if you're anything like me, I recommend you NOT to wear your best clothes... I litterally got chocolate every-where!


  • 125 g butter, softened
  • 125 g selfrising flour
  • 125 g granulated sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 dl milk
  • optional: food coloring
  • chocolate
  • cream


  1. Mix the butter and the sugar in a bowl.
  2. Add the egg.
  3. Add the flour.
  4. Add the milk
  5. Then I divided the dough in a couple of bowls and added food coloring to it. This is totally optional, it won't change the taste of the cake pops or anything.
  6. Scoop in small spoons into the machine and let it bake.
  7. Let the cake pops cool off and melt the chocolate with the cream on a low heat.
  8. Dip the sticks in the chocolate and then stick it into the little cake balls. Let it dry a while before you dip the cake pop in the chocolate frosting.
  9. You can decorate with sprinkles or chocolate drips if you want.

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