Today, I made some Marbled Cake Pops. These are really easy to make. This is a little more advanced technique, but with a little practice you will master marblingyour cake pops!
Tutorial on marbled cake pops
- Simply measure out 6 vanilla and 6 chocolate cake balls. I used my Norpro Cookie Scoop to get equal sized cake pops. Then, cut them in half, put the two halves together and roll smooth. You can flatten the halves and fold over a few times to get more of a marbled effect inside. Just don’t over do it and blend the two colors.
- Pop them in the fridge and then melt your candy coating.
- Remember, slow and low heating for your candy melts. 1 minute on high, then 30 second interval at 70% power with lots of stirring. Don’t get the candy too hot – it’ll get thick!
- Dip a 1/4 inch of the stick into the candy and then insert half way into the cake ball. Add all your sticks first and allow to dry.
- Dip completely in one color and quickly drizzle second color over the wet coating. Twist the cake pop in one direction allowing the excess coating to pull the design and create the marbled effect.
- Once it’s done dripping, stand upright and allow to dry.
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