Chocolate cakepops!

Okay, these are about as unhealthy as you can get…cake, chocolate frosting, more chocolate, and then top with chocolate candies of course 🙂  BUT, they were super simple to make and a great birthday dessert.

WARNING:  You may need some extra insulin after you eat one of these babies!  I would recommend a good hour of cardio prior to consumption 🙂


Bake one yellow cake~

After cake cools, crumble into large mixing bowl and mix with 1/2 container of chocolate frosting, mix until consistency of play-doh~

Using ice cream scoop, form into balls and place on lined cookie sheet.  Insert a stick or popsicle stick after dipping the end in melted chocolate chips (It helps hold the stick in place better.) and then place in freezer for 45 minutes~

Dip pops in melting candy (I used melting chocolate) and swirl until there are no drips. Immediately dunk into sprinkles and place upright in styrofoam until hardened~I don’t know if you have to store in the fridge but I did.  They are pretty tasty when cold too.

I followed these very simple instructions:




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3 Responses to Chocolate cakepops!

  1. Renee Hall says:

    So yummy looking! Another great birthday cake for the boys!

  2. Angie Ryden says:

    Do they taste as good as the ones at Starbucks? Yummy!!

    • I haven’t tried the ones at Starbucks, but am tempted every time I go 🙂 They are chocolate overload but oh, so good~! Rowan and Carson give them 2 thumbs up!

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