Easiest Cake Pops Ever

Directions step 1 line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Advertisement step 2 combine cookies and cream cheese in the bowl of a stand mixer and mix until well blended. Place on the prepared baking sheet and secure a lollipop stick in.

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In this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt, I will show you how to make cake pops. This homemade cake pop recipe is very easy to make, using very few ingredients. There is something cool about a ball of cake covered in chocolate on top of a lollipop stick. Here is a bit of history about the cake pop. Angie Dudley aka Bakerella, came up with the cake pop in 2008 in Georgia, United States. And so many people are glad she did. Now 11 years later, they can be found at restaurants, supermarkets, and of course there are plenty of at home bakers making these delightful treats. Instead of giving a bouquet of flowers, maybe give a bouquet of cake pops! Do you like Starbucks cake pops? Then you have got to make these! They are really easy to make, if I can do it, you can do it, let's get started!

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- 1 cake mix box of your favorite cake (plus necessary ingredients listed on back of box) Or use your favorite homemade cake recipe.
- approx. 1/3 cup of frosting (your favorite kind)
- candiquik:
- candy melts:

- treat sticks:
- styrofoam or cake pop stand:
- bowls
- spoon
- bags
- hand mixer (optional)
- parchment paper
- baking tray or plate

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