Pop Star: Nadia in Canada

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“I just wanted to send you a quick picture of some cake pops i make last night for a charity event at my husband’s work today….I made 75…they sold out in minutes! I fell in love with this cupcake/candy mould and wanted to try to make cake pops with them… It was a little tricky, but I think they turned out great!” – Nadia

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17 comments on “Pop Star: Nadia in Canada”

  1. WOW!!!!! thats amazing! how did you use a mold??

  2. Wow is right. Those look fabulous. How did you get the chocolate to coat so smoothly? Plus did you pipe the rest of it on? Would love to know how you did it.

  3. These are simply beautiful – and the cake inside makes for a lovely little surprise. Now I want to go and buy candy molds and try making them!

  4. what company did you order the molds from? they are so adorable!

  5. That is super cute! I am guessing that you put the chocolate into the mold and then pressed the cake ball in, then the stick??? They look fabulous!

  6. this is beautiful but made with a mold. :(

  7. These are amazing! How did you manage to get the cake to mold so perfecly?

  8. Can you share how you did this. I was looking at molds recently but wasnt sure how to make them work.
    then I see your pictures. I love the hearts. Please share

  9. GORGEOUS! They look like soemthing from a specialty bakery!

    GOT to try to make pops like that!

  10. Great idea and excellent work, Nadia!

  11. I think what you would have to do to get such fine detail with a mold would be to first paint/pour in your colored coatings or chocolates, let them dry and harden, and then press in the cake pop mixture. You could seal them with more coating or leave the bottoms open.

  12. I have just picked up a set of candy moulds similar to these. I hope I get mine to look as nice. Look out for a photo :)

  13. Hi Ladies! Sorry – I just realized I was added to Pop Stars!!!
    Thanks for all the compliments!!

    @Beth – YES! that is the same mould I used!

    I did pour the candy melts/chocolate into the moulds first, then while it was still liquid, I put a little cakeball inside, then piped some candy melts/chocolate on top and stuck the stick in…then put it in the freezer for a few minutes…

    Once they had set…I popped them out and stuck them in styrofoam…they were very pretty at this stage, but then I decided to ‘decorate’ them some more by piping some of the leftover candy melts/chocolate onto them. :) They are a bit finicky – but worth it! :) good luck!

    Nadia (from Canada)

  14. GREAT JOB!!!!! I’VE JUST STARTED THE CAKE BALLS AND POPS. EVERYONE AT WORK LOVES THEM. I ENJOYED MAKE THEM FOR CHRISTMAS AND FIXING TO MAKE SOME FOR VALENTINES DAY.

  15. how did you take them out of the mold? i tried mine but they broke? pls. help.

  16. Ya its very nice looking i love it

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