Friday, February 1, 2008

Chocolate Cupcake Pops

Okay, so I guess you can tell I am in a dipping kind of mood lately. I had an idea for these candy covered cupcake pops and I had to see if I could pull them off. I can’t decide if these look like ice cream sundaes or not. But when I made them I did have cupcakes in mind. Either way, I’m excited about how cute they came out. They follow the same idea as the cake pops (chocolate cake and cream cheese frosting mixed together and covered with candy coating). However, these were a little more difficult to decorate… more steps. I only wish I had a third and fourth hand to take pics of the process when I made them.

Here they are on a stick…
Cupcake Lollipops

And off…
Cupcake Cake Bites

Related:
Red Velvet Cake Balls (basic recipe)
Cake Pops

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Bakerella said...

anonymous – Thanks, I’m thinking about how I could do that.

tori – you’re exactly right. I bought a styrofoam block and then took one of the lollipop sticks and pre-made holes to have a place for them to dry.

March 13, 2008 12:42 AM
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zara miravent said...

Besides looking awesome they must taste yummy!

March 18, 2008 05:50 PM
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Bakerella said...

zara – thanks and they are yummy. you should try sometime.

March 19, 2008 03:23 AM
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Lulu Lemon said...

HI BakerElla…I coated my cupcake lolipops with chocolate coating, then I left it in the fridges I try to coat the top pink, but the chocolate has melting on the pink coating… how do I put a different color coat on top of the cupcake without melting the chocolate…I hope I explain that right.

Thanks in advance BakerElla

March 20, 2008 01:34 AM
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Bakerella said...

Once they have the chocolate coating on them, they don’t need to go back in the fridge before the pink is added. Just leave them out to dry and then start on the second color.

And you can even let the pink sit a little while after it is heated before you dip. Just as long as it doesn’t start to harden.

Your pink was probably too hot.
Hope that helps.

March 20, 2008 04:18 AM
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Lulu Lemon said...

Thanks so much for your help BakerElla. Happy Easter to you and your family.

March 20, 2008 08:49 PM
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Bakerella said...

No problem, lulu lemon. Happy Easter to you, too!

March 23, 2008 04:33 AM
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Vicki said...

I’m not a fan of creame cheese frosting. Do you think using normal vanilla frosting would work as well?

March 26, 2008 10:25 PM
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Anonymous said...

Hello!! This is the first time I am on this site. I absolutely LOVE your stuff! You are so creative. I would have never thought of doing something like this. I am planning on doing these for a bridal party. I am sure they will be a hit!! Please keep sharing your creativity with us :)

March 27, 2008 01:00 PM
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Stella and Mark Coomes said...

Hi Bakerella, it’s me again! I tried to make these and was able to get the shape of the cupcake by using the flower cookie cutter. The only problem I faced was with coating it in chocolate! I put a popsicle stick in it, and tried to coat it by holding the stick..but it was too soft. The stick would go right through the whole cupcake. I followed the directions exactly–only thing that was different was that I used canola oil instead of vegetable oil to make the cake mix. I used a whole can of cream cheese frosting, should I use a little less next time to see if it’ll make the cake less moist and heavy on the stick? (That was my first time really baking…I would love to try to make those for my daughter’s 1st birthday-cupcake theme).

March 27, 2008 07:06 PM
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Bakerella said...

vicki – vanilla will be fine. Actually any cake and frosting combo you like will work.

Thank you so much anonymous.

stella – the oil you used is fine and so is the frosting. Try this next time. I have found it works better.

After you shape the balls with the cookie cutter into cupcake shapes, chill them for a few minutes in the freezer to firm them up. Next, melt your brown chocolate bark. Dip the bottoms of the cupcake in, just to where the top mound forms. Then turn upside down and let the bark start to slide down the sides. You may want to wiggle it a little too. Set them on the wax paper upside down and insert the lollipop sticks straight in. (It really helps that these are chilled, so the weight of the chocolate won’t pull them apart.) Get your pink chocolate heated and actually let it sit for a while so it is not too hot. Then hold the pops by the base of the cupcake and dip tops in pink chocolate just to the point where it overlaps the edge of the chocolate. Turn right side up, add decorations and place in styrofoam block.

Hope this all makes sense.

March 28, 2008 02:28 AM
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Amy said...

Hi Angie! I saw you on Martha Stewart today! BRAVO! I absolutely love your Cupcake Pops and Bites idea! My daughter turns 4 this April and I am planning on making these for her party! Thanks for sharing this with the world!

You did a fabulous job on Martha today! Best of Luck!

~Amy
Amy Milillo
http://www.BungalowGirlz.com
http://www.MineralGirlz.com

April 3, 2008 02:44 PM
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Amy said...

Saw you on Martha today. I can’t believe she called them turds. The idea is fabulous and I will definitely try them for my 30th birthday.

April 3, 2008 06:10 PM
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Rachelle said...

Just saw your segment on Martha and came here to show my little girl “Look! there they are!”! Those are not turds! lol
They look super easy to make too!

You were great!

April 3, 2008 09:13 PM
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Kapu said...

This looks fabulous!!!!! Going to make it for my brothers wedding. Just one thing….what is the recipe for the chocolate cake. It sounds like a dense cake is best to use. Mahalo

April 3, 2008 10:23 PM
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Anonymous said...

I don’t see the recipe for this, but I’d love to try it! Where can I find the recipe and how to shape these? Thanks in advance!!

April 6, 2008 03:40 AM
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Anonymous said...

I also saw you on Martha and am dieing to try the pops. I actually Tivo’d it so I always have the step-by-step directions. I made your Oreo Truffles this past weekend and they were a huge hit with my husband. I saw that you did them with Nutter Butters – due to a peanut allergy of my son’s I was going to try the recipe with Nilla Wafers. Also, have you tried the Cupcake Pops with standard Cupcakes?

April 7, 2008 02:43 AM
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Bakerella said...

Amy – thanks! your daughter will love them!

Amy – I know. I can’t believe either. They’d be great at parties.

Rachelle – awe, thanks – you’re too sweet.

Kapu – you can use any cake youlike. It just needs to be crumbled pretty good when youadd the frosting

Anonymous – Sure, you can go to http://www.MarthaStewart.com and search cupcake pops. There’s a video and recipe

Anonymous – good luck with the vanilla wafers.

April 9, 2008 02:40 AM
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Anonymous said...

Just like everyone else has said-these are so cute. After Martha I went and bought what I needed right away. My question is, can I use any other frosting instead of cream cheese? I buy the most delicious buttercream from a local bakery and thought it would taste great. Do you think it will work??
Thanks!

April 9, 2008 04:16 AM
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Bakerella said...

Anonymous – Sure. It should be great. Just use the equivalent to what you would find in a can of ready made frosting or about 2 cups. Sounds yummy!

April 9, 2008 11:16 PM
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Anonymous said...

Hi Bakerella,

Thanks for the amazing idea. I just made some and they’re very cute, but they slid off the stick -any suggestions? I followed the method ie. box cake mix and a can of cream cheese frosting, put them in the freezer to firm up. I check your site often for inspiration, keep up the great work!
Siân

April 12, 2008 10:34 PM
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Bakerella said...

Hi Sian

go to http://www.marthastewart.com and search cupcake pops. There’s a video that shows how I do them.

But here’s a couple of things that could have caused that.

Your shapes were too heavy for the lollipop sticks

Your lollipop sticks were too thin – if so, they make thicker ones.

You inserted the sticks to far to the top of the cupcake shape

Also, the melted chocolate should surround the stick to help secure it.

I will also, dip the tip of the stick in a little of the chocolate before I insert into the cupcake shape.

Hope this helps.

April 12, 2008 11:26 PM
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Anonymous said...

hi there bakerella,

Im tini from singapore.
Really love your idea.but could not follow with your recipes.Such as if you count flour of 1 cup what does that mean ??? in gms

May 7, 2008 07:46 AM
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chana said...

these roses are made with healthy chocolate we are doing them for relay for life and also milk chocolate they are really easy to make

May 16, 2008 01:11 AM
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Tem said...

This is my second attempt at making these my first was trying to help my daughter who introoduced me to these.
hers were tastier mine looked nicer :P
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3218/2520848461_48243f1875_m.jpg

June 23, 2008 07:14 PM
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Bakerella said...

Looking good. The two of you should get together and combine efforts.

June 24, 2008 04:01 AM
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Lauren said...

I have made mini cakes, but not on a stick and NOTHING as adorable as shaping them into cupcakes! I did about thirty of yours for a baby shower. I just used blue instead of pink because they were having a boy! So very cute!

July 21, 2008 12:31 AM
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Bakerella said...

Lauren – I’m sure they were a hit at the shower.

July 28, 2008 03:11 AM
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Beth said...

My sister made these for my bridal shower, they were AMAZING! Not only did they look completely adorable, they tasted divine!! They tasted almost like a brownie, so moist and rich!

August 21, 2008 01:25 PM
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Bakerella said...

Beth – that’s great. I’m glad you enjoyed them!

August 23, 2008 09:34 PM
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Anonymous said...

My friend made this and the recipe was so amazing! I would love to do a regular sized cupcake using something very similar to this recipe, but I noticed on Martha’s website that these are not baked. Any suggestions?

September 22, 2008 06:58 PM
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Bakerella said...

These are baked first and mixed with frosting to shape. You can try to mold them into larger shapes.

September 23, 2008 12:42 AM
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ShannonSander26 said...

how far ahead can I make these without them going bad? I wanted to start my Christmas baking in November. TIA

October 3, 2008 04:07 PM
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Bakerella said...

shannon – they last for several days in an airtight container on the counter. You can try to freeze them. I’m doing an experiment with some now to see how they do.

October 5, 2008 11:13 PM
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monica said...

love your cupcakes!!!. In Peru they dont sell candy melts. Do you know how to make it?

November 2, 2008 05:56 PM
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Bakerella said...

Monica – I don’t know how to make it from scratch, but maybe you can find a place to order it online.

November 3, 2008 03:23 AM
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Adrienne said...

I love these!! My daughters first birthday party is Cupcake theme..so im so excited to make these!! DO I put the lollipop sticks in before i put the candle melt or after there chilled and dipped in the chochlate? Thanks so much!! oh and the sprinkles on top do i put those on after i put the pink candy melt on?

November 20, 2008 09:29 PM
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Adrienne said...

I ment to say Candy melt not Candle melt lol

November 20, 2008 09:30 PM
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Bakerella said...

Adrienne – This should help:

http://bakerella.blogspot.com/2008/04/make-your-cupcakes-pop.html

November 21, 2008 01:55 AM
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The Cake Lady said...

Not sure if you will ever see this post with so many comments, but, WOW!! I love them! They are adorable!
Thanks for sharing your talent
ShelleyThe Cake Lady
http://www.mynewcakehobby.blogspot.com

January 7, 2009 08:17 PM
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Bakerella said...

Thanks Cake Lady. Glad you like them.

January 10, 2009 05:03 PM
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Dawn said...

Thanks for posting the recipe for these delicious little gems! I made footballs for the superbowl party we are attending today-hope they are well received. I posted pictures and your link to my blog!

February 1, 2009 08:52 PM
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Jeannie Edwards said...

With Valentines & a birthday coming up I'm trying to plan a head for some things. How did your experiment with freezing the cake pops? I'd love to be able to make these a head of time and freeze them.

February 2, 2009 06:16 PM
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Bakerella said...

Dawn – Great job on the footballs!

Jeannie Edwards – Pretty good. I think you’ll be fine. I wrapped them in treat bags first and then in aluminum foil. Then place them in a glass dish so they didn’t get smushed.

February 3, 2009 05:28 AM
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Jennifer said...

These were the cutest darn things ever, made them today… but a little trouble. I watched the martha video and your cake mixture with the icing looked fine, but mine was really really really wet I am in the process of baking another cake to add to the mix that I already made up hoping that will “dry” it up a bit. Any other suggestions would be great.

February 4, 2009 01:24 AM
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Bakerella said...

You’re right on the money. If the mixture is too moist, that’s exactly what you should do to correct it. You could have also bought a few plain cupcakes if you were in a hurry.

The consistency should be just moist enough to mold and still hold it’s shape.

Good luck!

February 4, 2009 05:09 AM
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Ashley said...

I made these up for the kids for Valentines Day. Mine weren’t near as cute, but worked just the same! Thanks for the awesome ideas!!!

February 17, 2009 03:44 AM
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Bakerella said...

You are welcome Ashley!

February 17, 2009 04:59 AM
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Charisse said...

SUZY HOMEMAKER MOVE OVER!!!! I am soooo excited. I made these. I didn’t think I could. I didn’t think mine could possibly measure up to the original masterpieces you created. And they really don’t…..but I did it. I made them. They are the cutest darn things ever. They’re scrumptious. And fun. And icky dirty making. But, oh man, do I think that they are worth it. Thanks so much for creating this craze!!! I am posting on my blog right now my story and pictures…and I linked back to your original posts.

February 19, 2009 05:31 AM
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Lindsay Pratt said...

Wow, you are AMAZING Bakerella! Your whole blog is so inspiring, and I couldn’t wait to try the cupcake pops! I just finished making them for my Bachelor Final Rose Party tomorrow! (Mine aren’t as pretty as yours, but they still turned out stinkin cute!) I’m asking everyone who comes if they will accept this…cupcake pop.

I live in Fort McMurray, Alberta Canada, so if you ever do another segment on where your cupcake pops are popping up, let me know and I’ll email you pics.

Great job once again!

March 2, 2009 04:56 AM
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Bakerella said...

Lindsay – very cute!

March 8, 2009 02:49 AM
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Becky :) said...

I LOVE these pops!! We are trying to get them perfect for our wedding favors. We had cupcake “plop” 1.0 today. But alas, we encountered some problems :( The mixture of cake and icing together was so tacky and almost looked wet. We could not get hem to mold nicely despite cooling them. Any ideas as to what Imay have done wrong? We used Th eDevils Food Super moist cake mix. Should I use another kind? Also, the cake was a tad warm still when I putit in the food processor. Maybe a contributing factor to out “plop”? Thank you so much for your imagination and beautiful blog! You are uber talented…Any insight would be MUCH appreciated!

March 16, 2009 12:26 AM
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Heather said...

Don’t know if you’ll have time to respond to this comment before I attempt to make them tomorrow. But I’ve read all your comments about making them ahead and keeping them fresh various ways. But I am making 150 that will need to stay fresh from Thur. morning until Sat. morning. If I just leave them on the sucker stick and wrap them with a lollipop bag- do you think they’ll be fresh. Would a bag be airtight enough??
Thanks for the great idea!

April 22, 2009 03:51 PM
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Bakerella said...

Becky :) s- make sure the cake is completely cool and try using less frosting next time. The mixture will be very moist.

Heather – thursday to sat is fine in an airtight container or in treat bags with a ribbon.

April 23, 2009 12:24 AM
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Anonymous said...

These are so adroable and very yummy!! However..getting them to “shape” was not an easy task,I am hoping next time I make them for a party(today was a test run) I get a better shape..I got the small flower cookie cutter,Im thinking I need to make the balls bigger next time???Or do you have any suggestions on how to do it???

April 25, 2009 01:48 AM
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sweet treat said...

I make these this afternoon. My cake mixture was soft. It was the consistency of a soft cookie dough. Is this how it should be? After i molded it in the cookie cutter and placed it on parchment paper it would start to droop. Could you tell me what is wrong with my cake mixture?

May 4, 2009 03:49 AM
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Bakerella said...

try adding less frosting next time.

and also make sure you put them back in the freezer after you shape, to get them slightly firm

May 4, 2009 11:47 PM
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Anonymous said...

Did anyone encounter problems dipping the tops in the candy melt?? Our cakes fell apart into the candy melt.

May 13, 2009 11:31 PM
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Anonymous said...

Bakerella, I’m from Brazil, and these are gorgeous, i’ll try to do, love yor blog, thank’s to share yor ideas :) sonia

May 20, 2009 09:57 PM
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bev said...

I really like these little cupcake pops! I just found your site, and your baking looks awesome. Thanks for sharing it all.

June 7, 2009 09:41 PM
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Anonymous said...

Hello! I just found your blog today, and its absolutely addictive. I have been reading all your entries when I should be busy studying! The cupcakes pops are absolutely adorable. I was wondering, would it be okay if I used a brownie base instead of a chocolate cake? I always wanted to do the whole brownie pop thing, but these cupcake pops are just too irresistible. Thanks!

June 10, 2009 07:46 AM
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Bakerella said...

Sure. You will probably need much less frosting, if any.

June 14, 2009 03:45 PM
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Sarah said...

Hello Bakerella! I love love love your blog and finally made some pops & bites today. I tried lots of different ideas I found here – sushi, yellow smiley faces, cupcakes, and a few covered in butterfinger/oreo and sprinkles : ). They actually came out pretty well thanks to all the great feedback you've given different folks.

My question is that when I drew the faces onto the yellow pops, the ink smeared even after they'd been in the fridge for a few hours. I bought the kind of pens that you do. Any suggestions? I really want to put them in baggies & bring them to work but their faces smear off onto the plastic!

June 16, 2009 10:22 PM
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Bakerella said...

Sarah – First, make sure they dry completely. And second, I usually don't refrigerate them unless I use homemade cream cheese frosting. I haven't had any problems that way.

June 22, 2009 02:01 PM
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Noora said...

Hii bakerallaa,
i love your blog…
You are so creative and you make baking seem so much like art !!
your cupcake pops are very popular here in Kuwait they're called cupcake on a stick thu ;) you can check them out on http://www.crumbs.com.kw/

July 29, 2009 05:16 PM
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Aria Clawson said...

Bakerella, YOU ARE AN AMAZING CHEF!!! I'm practically a dessert-aholic ;), and those are MOUTH WATERING! I love to bake and taste, and those look SO good, i'm trying them out!! thanx for posting about them on your blog! you rock!

August 17, 2009 01:55 AM
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Cynthia said...

All I can say is……I Love Love Love these!!! They are so cute and so yummy!! You have so many wonderful and creative ideas.

I do have one question though. Each time I made these, if I tried to transport them in any way, the cupcake slid down the stick. I did do the stick in the chocolate first trick each time, but I am wondering if there is something I’m missing. Could I be putting in too much frosting (about 3/4 of a can)? Any suggestions on traveling with these cuties or even shipping them without having them fall down? Any advice would be great!! Thank you in advance.

October 2, 2009 08:31 PM
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Kassandra said...

I don’t know if someone asked this already, but can these cupcakes pops be made in advance then frozen for a couple days ? Or how many days in advance can you make them before a party and they still taste good? I am throwing a shower and the theme is cupcakes and cocktails and the party is on Saturday. I want to make these pops for a centerpiece as cupcake bouquet then as people go though the food line they can take their own pop.
Also, 50 is going to be way tooo much. If I want to make just 25, would I cut the recipe in half for everything ?
Thanks so much in advance, they are really really cute !

October 6, 2009 02:39 PM
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bakerella said...

cynthia – you might be sticking the lollipop sticks too far in. Make sure the coating also surrounds the stick where it’s inserted into the ball.

October 7, 2009 10:06 PM
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bakerella said...

Kassandra – you can half it – no problem.

Also, they can be made a couple of days ahead or you can freeze the finished pops if you like.

October 7, 2009 10:07 PM
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Linda said...

Hi Bakerella, I’m not sure if I already asked this, but I attempted to make them tonight and I added both water AND milk to my cake mix. Maybe a mistake. After mixing in the cream & freezing my cake balls were still not solid.

Secondly, I did not use chocolate bark, I used regular chocolate chips, melted. I dont think it worked out taht well.

HOw do you think I can improve? no milk? real bark?

November 16, 2009 03:50 AM
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Virginia said...

I tried making these, I thought they were adorable. However mine came out HORRIBLE!!! My filling was tastey, but I melted the melts and began dipping, the first color was the chocolate bottom. I dipped and it was gloppy…I could not shake the rest off, and so it left it really thick and for the ones that I did not put sticks in the bottsom were not at all flat cause there was WAY too much chocolate. Then when I tried to dip the ones with the sticks, the white chocolate did not cover the chocolate filling, you could see it through it, and then one of the broke in junks into the chocolate. I was so dejected I just stopped there, I ended up only making three complete ones and then a dozen with the bottoms.

If anyone can give me a suggestion I would love it.

November 19, 2009 12:03 AM
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bakerella said...

linda – the cake and frosting mixture isn’t supposed to be solid. It will be very moist. Chilling them makes them firm and easier to dip.

If they are too moist, you can add less frosting. And yes, try the bark.

Virginia – When you dip the bottoms, turn them upside down and swirl your arm in a circular motion. The gravity will force the chocolate down and smooth it out some.

November 25, 2009 06:31 PM
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Kelly's Cupcakes said...

Just wondering if you can freeze these? I wanted to make Christmas ones & was wondering if I could make them a few days before Christmas & they would still be alright?

Thanks!

December 21, 2009 12:31 PM
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baker in my next life... said...

Bakerella!! I so love your site!!! I made these for my orthodontist and his staff (and used floss to tie the treat bags so they could clean their teeth afterward…) I also used PW’s sheet cake and frosting recipes like you did for the cake balls for her book signing…they came out perfect and the recipients loved them! Thanks so much for posting your creations and inspiring us to follow along :)

December 28, 2009 06:12 PM
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sha. said...

What chocolate recipe do you use for this? I really wanna make emmm!

ahh these seem so awesome!! :) I wanna make theeem!!!

February 13, 2010 01:20 AM
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leilani said...

hi bakerella. i love love love your cupcake pops. i would like to know where you purchased your flower cutter/mold? Thank you so much for being so creative and generous with your talents. God bless you.

March 25, 2010 12:32 PM
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Mary Anne said...

How did the freezing experiment go? I had to make my cake pops today, but wont be serving them until next weekend and was wondering what the best way to store them might be??

March 28, 2010 06:09 PM
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Jennifer said...

These cupcake pops are SO adorable! I took a cake decorating class at a local craft store about a year ago and have gotten very involved with decorating since then (in addition to my full time job! If you love something, you can always make time for it, right?) I’m very inspired by these! Will be trying them out very soon! THANK YOU for sharing your adorable ideas, with easy to follow instructions. :) What a blessing :)

March 29, 2010 02:39 PM
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Maggie said...

Definetly another classic! These are what made you famous!!

March 29, 2010 05:32 PM
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Anonymous said...

were well i be able to find some ??????

April 6, 2010 06:40 PM
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Alejandra Varela de Alegre said...

Hello, congratullations for this beautifull works.I´m from Uruguay , and i love this !!!!!!!!

April 8, 2010 10:00 AM
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lewis said...

can you freeze the final product?

Just wondering . I want ti make ahead of time.

April 15, 2010 10:57 PM
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Pam from Sunny CA said...

OMG….i made these. They were so cute and perfect!! And the recipe I used was fabulous!! Rich and chocolatey!! YUM!!!

April 20, 2010 11:30 PM
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Jessy said...

I made these for birthday invitations.
They were delicious and everybody loved them!
Thankyew~

April 26, 2010 05:28 PM
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Hayley said...

Hi, i just saw you on Martha Stewart making these georgous cup cake pops, i love them. They are sooo cute, i cant wait to make them for my little girls birthday

May 7, 2010 02:06 AM
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Channa Ming said...

bakerella – once upon a time there was a post that explained exactly how to make these…with suggestions on the cookie cutters you used, etc. it might be technical difficulties on my side, but i can’t seem to find it. can you help?

May 30, 2010 12:41 PM
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Mindy said...

I tried these and they didnt turn out as pretty as yours but they were delicious!!

July 4, 2010 07:35 PM
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Mel Kelly said...

Hello :) Does someone knows the shelf life of the cupcake pops? Thanks :)

July 19, 2010 07:04 AM
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Raychel said...

I was wondering how far in advance I can make these for a birthday party. Do they keep very well in the fridge?

August 6, 2010 04:09 PM
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Patti said...

I love making cake pops but I’m wondering why the chocolate sometimes cracks after it dries? Any thoughts?

August 26, 2010 10:51 PM
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Anonymous said...

love ‘em!

September 9, 2010 12:28 PM
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Danielle Molloy said...

I’m dying to make these!! I’m literally dying of cuteness!

September 23, 2010 12:33 PM
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Alma Cerezo said...

Hello, Ms Angie :)

I love your website! especially the cupcake pops and bites… I bought the ingredients last weekend and will try to make this on Sunday. I have a question though… is it okay to tint the white chocolate in pink or any light colored food coloring? am scared to try and waste the white choco….and i cannot find a pink candy melt… Can’t wait to experiment!!!!! Many thanks :)

October 6, 2010 07:57 PM
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Bakerella said...

They are amazing! OMG like I really want to see how good you of a Baker you are. This is all CREATIVITY BECUASE IT IS AMAZIN GLOVE U I HAVE COLLECTED ALL UR BOOKS IM A BAKERELLA FANNN

November 13, 2010 05:07 AM
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Sarah said...

I made the cupcake pops for a Scentsy party…total HIT!!!! I might I say, they turned out really good :) Forgot to take a pic though :(

November 17, 2010 03:45 PM
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magga said...

hey my again is someone really reading this i mean it is not like we are in a movie like hannah montnan sings about anyway i really need the cake poops i don´t live in britain and don´t talk with british acsent so i can not write like one any way

November 30, 2010 12:23 PM
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hannahkay said...

I love these! I’m 15, but I love to bake. My mom and I are going to make these this weekend!

December 3, 2010 03:33 PM
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Ainette said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!!!!
I’ve made them a couple of times but I have 1 problem: the cake mix is too greasy and they don’t dip well (or they fall of the stick).
What am I doing wrong??

December 9, 2010 04:34 PM
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Erin said...

I want to make the cake pops ahead of time, Can I freeze them, and if so, how long?

December 12, 2010 02:57 PM
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