Friday, January 27, 2012

Chocolate Cake Pops

When i saw few cute cake pops at many of my few blogger's space, i could stop myself to make some at home,my buddies just pulled me to try them..Its was a big hit among my teddies, they couldnt stopped themselves having these yummy pops for their yesterday snacks..I used some leftover chocolate cake,i prepared two days back for our snacks for making this damn cute cake pops,my lil one helped me while making this cake pops,he just loved to sprinkle the sugar balls to the chocolate coated cake pops,we had loads of fun while making this cake pops..Few days back, i watched a french tv show, a french mom prepared this quick and easy breezy cake pops using some sponge cake and warm milk, later she used milk chocolate to coat the cake pops and decorated simply with some chocolate vermicellis..Seriously i loved the way she prepared,finally yesterday i prepared them at home..An excellent cake pops to enjoy without any hesitation,obviously a kid's friendly snacks...Sending this cake pops toKid's Delight -Something Sweet guest hosted by Kavi,event by Srivalli,Cooking With Leftovers guest hosted by Veena,event by Kalyani, Ramya's ABC-Desserts Srivalli's Chocolate Mela..Do check out the other marathoners running blogging marathon with me here..


2cups Chocolate cake (crumbled)
Warm milk (as per need)
100grms Milk chocolate
1tbsp Butter
Chocolate vermicellis or sugar balls (for decroating the cake pops)

Grind the crumbled chocolate cake in a food processor,add the warm milk as per need to the grounded cake mixture and turn as stiff dough, take enough mixture and roll them as tiny balls, arrange over a plate and keep in fridge for an hour..

Take the milk chocolate,butter in a microwave safe bowl,heat for a minute in high power, mix the melted chocolate and butter to make a silky chocolate sauce..Dip the edge of the lollipop stick to the already chocolate sauce,insert immediately to the prepared cake balls, dip them now gently to the chocolate sauce,let the excess of chocolate drain back to the bowl..dip immediately the cake pops to the sugar balls..

Arrange the cake pops in a piece of foam and let them get cooled or arrange them in fridge for few minutes..Enjoy!!

71 comments:

  1. Oops really yummy i love it so much..even this is in my do list.. i love ur simplest version..

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  2. wow..so easy yet tasty pops..virtual treat!

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  3. Very tempting Priya!!! i too want to try them!!! Very Kid-Friendly!!!

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  4. wonderful delight for kids. looks very colorful

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  5. colourful pops...really treat for the kids!

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  6. kids would simply love it..looks wonderful and so easy to make too..

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  7. wow ! tht looks so attractive and cute priya ..

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  8. Wow Priya that's so tempting!..would love to have that right now!

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  9. You make all dishes sounds simple and delicious,pops made up of choco cake,looks absolutely delicious...

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  10. I've also been seeing these cake pops in lots of blogs...have to try them soon...yours looks irresistible.

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  11. These look delectable, pls do send them to Lets cook with left overs @simply.food

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  12. Tasty yummy pops...looks wonderful.

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  13. Long time since I made cake pops..yours look lovely!
    Lite Bite

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  14. Its a perfect snack for kids. I buy then often from Starbucks.

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  15. this is overdue recipe for me, I am making them next week , have a good reference point now

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  16. tempting cake pops.. looks so droodling !!

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  17. Wow those look amazing - never considered trying one of these but just the kind of project I could do with my teenager :)

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  18. Wow those look amazing - never considered trying one of these but just the kind of project I could do with my teenager :)

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  19. Colorful pops, kids would love them, nice idea for kids parties..

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  20. Nice tempting and yummy !! perfectly done !! you can link to ongoing event Thanks :)

    Ongoing Event - CC-Chocolate Fest

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  21. Love these cake balls! I am itching to make some as well!

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  22. lovely idea....kids will luv oit

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  23. Looks wonderful,came out perfect Priya...

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  24. trust me ..I am going to die one of these days!!...absolutely sinful stuff....mouth's watering yaar....:)

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  25. Lovely Cake pops. They look so adorable.
    Love Ash.

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  26. These really are cute and they sound delicious. My grandsons would really love these. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  27. yummilicious..save one for me!

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  28. Very tempting... I used to make this with Red Velvet Cake and icing...But it is a bit on the sweeter side... Addition of milk seems to balance it... Will try your way next time...

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  29. WOW... That is looking perfect. Looks so good. Kids would totally enjoy it. YUM!

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  30. I love cake pops Priya. Give such a quick make over for cakes.

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  31. Looks so cutee and yummy. Would gobble them up in mins

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  32. Tempting picture Priya! I bet your children were munching on them all evening!

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  33. wow..looks so cute..yummy choco cake pops..

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  34. wow..lovely pops!! Perfectly done too! I would love to see your sweet & romantic recipes for my ''Valentine's Day Event''. So happy to follow you dear :)

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  35. Wow, cute cake pops. Looks super yummy and I am sure it would have been a super hit among kids. Bookmarking the recipe for later use (my son's play dates) :-)

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  36. Looks great. must try with my kids.

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  37. Awesome... Choco Cake Pops looks so yummy n delicious...

    Hema's Kitchen

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  38. Very Nice recipe..looks awesome!!

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  39. lovely yummy pops !
    visit my space wen u find time..
    maha

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  40. Lovely cake pops,kids will surely love this!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  41. Delicious looking pops and tempting clicks.Drooling over the pictures....

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  42. Wow!,seems fantastic.Perfectly done.Luv to try it soon.

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  43. Wow cute cute pops.. awesome..perfect looking too. Hope kids enjoyed toooooo.

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  44. perfect and really yummy!...my kids loved them too!:)

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  45. YUMMY YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  46. The pops look cute with all those sprinkles Priya.

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  47. ooh....love these pops...they r so cute

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  48. i want all of them...thanks for linking with my event

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  49. Thanks so much for linking this dish to Kid's Delight - Something Sweet, superwoman! :) Would love to have more entries from you! :D
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    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)

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  50. hello Priya,
    have seen too many recipes in the net for cake pops, but most of them were to do wiht frosting or masc. cheese. But with milk, sure this will be super easy. thanks for sharing!!

    Sona - quick picks

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  51. Such a genius idea with leftover cake, or even fresh, to make these cute little pops, that children and adults alike would love...so festive, as well:DDD

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  52. Great pops I recently saw them somewhere, nice to see it once again.

    Ongoing Event: MurariAnniversary-Giveaway-2012

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  53. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting pops..

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  54. Delicious!! Would surely try once..

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  55. Delicious!! Would surely try once..

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