Valentine’s Day Cake Pops!


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Hey guys!

I hope your having an amazing Valentines Day so far! I have finally got a week of college phewwww! Today I’ve got a recipe to share about one of my favourite snacks – cake pops!! It’s super easy if you have a cake pop maker which is so much easier if your like me!! Also, it’s a perfect treat and can decorate them how you wish making them super adorable. I’ve put a picture above if you want to make yours all pink – I went for chocolate themed ones because I love chocolate!

[Recipe from Food Network]

Ingredients –  

tablespoons of coffee granules

1 1/3 cup of water

box  cake mix

1/2cup vegetable oil


1 tub of Valentines Sprinkles

Directions –

Add the softened butter and sugar to a large mixing bowl and beat until light and fluffy then beat in the egg and vanilla essence to the mixing bowl. Add the salt and baking powder to the bowl and mix in. Gradually sift and mix in the flour. Add the milk and mix all of the ingredients until they come together to form a smooth batter.

Make sure that your Cake Pop Maker is pre-heated and that each cavity has been coated with an oil spray. Add a dessert spoon sized amount to each cake pop cavity on the bottom baking plate. Carefully close the lid and allow the cake pops to bake for 4-5 minutes.

You can test that the cake pops are ready by inserting a toothpick into the middle of one; if it comes out clean they are ready. Switch off the machine and leave to cool for a few minutes before removing with a wooden or plastic utensil.

Decorate your cake pops as desired.

I hope you enjoyed this post!

Let me know what your favourite cake pops are? Comment below.

Thanks for reading – stay sassy x



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