aking for a good cause is the best. These Pink Ribbon Cake Pops for a good cause are not only delicious, they look pretty and are sure to bring in some nice donations. Making these simple, yet elegant, Cake Pops is easy! Really, really, easy.
As I was making my cake pop batter, I added in some hot pink nonpareils. Once they were dipped and dry, I added some pink Luster Dust and Silver Luster Dust to the pops to give them a pretty shimmer.
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Pink Ribbon Cake Pops
- Bake Cake and allow to cool. Cut 1/3 of the cake and mix with paddle attachment with frosting. Add in desired amount of Hot Pink Nonpareils. I used maybe 1 1/2 Tablespoons.
- Form 12 balls using a cookie scoop and roll smooth. Place in fridge while melting candy melts.
- Melt Candy Melts in separate ceramic containers being careful not to overheat them.
- Dip 1/4 inch of lollipop stick into candy and then add cake ball. Six sticks into White and six sticks into Pink.
- Dip Cake Pops straight down and back up again, coating completely, and allowing the excess to drip off. Stand up in cake pop stand. Six White Pops and six Pink Pops.
- Paint on Luster Dust with a DRY brush. The pink got “pinker” and the white took on a pearl look.
- Put a small amount of Pink Candy into a baggie and snip off an edge. Draw on a Ribbon design and then sprinkle with Sugar Crystals. I put the Hot Pink on the white pops and Pale Pink on the pink pops.
- Stand up and allow to dry.
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