Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Soccor Ball Cake Pops - A Guest Post

If you are planning to make a snack that can delight your taste buds then try this cake pop. Being first timer on this blog , I am grateful to the blog owner for allowing me to share a guest blog. I would also like to introduce to the new cake pop site “How to make cake pops”. You can also find other interesting design of cake pops and other helpful steps to create a tasty cake pops by visiting this beautiful cake pop site.

For Making Sponge cake
  • White  flour (all purpose flour) - 3/4 cup
  • baking soda - 1/4 tsp
  • baking powder - 3/4 tsp
  • vanilla essence –  1 tsp
  • sour cream  - 1/2 cup
  • salt - 1/8 tsp
  • sugar (extra, if needed) - 1/2 cup
  • oil - ¼ cup

For Decoration
  • Candy wafers - white
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Black edible gel pen to draw hexagon shapes
Making process

  1. Strain and combine purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt into one bowl  and keep it aside.
  2. Then mix yogurt sugar, oil and vanilla essence  into another bowl. Whisk till you get smooth and creamy mixture.
  3. Then mix in flour mixture into wet ingredients and Mix well. Remember not to over mix the flour into wet ingredients, if you want the best cake.
  4. Switch the oven to 375 F. Bake the cake for 25 minutes or until done.
  5. Allow the cake to cool down .Once the cakes cool down, divide the cake into small pieces and scrambled it completely.
  6. Add in vanilla frosting into crumbled cake. Knead well and make cake balls .

  1. Place all cake balls into freezer for 10 to 15  minutes.
  2. Melt the candy chocolate( vanilla) into microwave for 40 seconds.
  3. Remove the cake balls out from freezer and dip lollipop stick into melted chocolate and pop in  the stick through the chilled cake balls.
  4. Dip the cake pop into meted chocolate and take out any excess chocolate to drip off before you invert the pops in the foam. Allow the cake pops to dry.
  5. Then mark the hexagon shapes on the white coated pops and fill it using black gel writer
  6. Soccer ball cake pops are ready
About the Author: Pranjali Naik is a food blogger and owner of foodydelight.


  1. Wow these balls look so cute priyakka

  2. Super and cute pops. Love to have it and that too eggless......Superb

  3. Wow love the preparation....boys you would love these.....

  4. This looks so perfect. kids would simply love it. very well explained dear.

  5. Looks delicious and fingerlicking good.

  6. Cute looking soccer ball cake.

  7. U r the master in creating all these delicious Looking recipes....Clicks are tempting....

  8. wow! my son would love this!looks too good

  9. these are cute would be great for a kids party

  10. Priyaaaaaaaaa, engayo poiteenga.... Semma... I cant take out my eyes from ur step by step clicks...

  11. These soccer ball cake pops are adorable. My little boy would be excited to see them. He loves soccer.

  12. Looks wonderful and healthy too :)

  13. wow looks so beautiful and excellent creativity..

  14. cute pops.liked the step by step pics.so tempting .

  15. wow the balls are looking so lovely akka...so cute:)

  16. Soo cute and love your pictorial Priya..Very clear and easy to understand..

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  17. how cute those r.....n u got perfect shape DI.

  18. Lovely idea, the cake pops look so cute..

  19. My daughter loves cake pops - i havent' tried making them myself though.

  20. Cute looking balls...Nice guest post..

  21. so cute cake pops!!! beautifully done...

  22. Woweee love these.. so much fun to make and eat!

  23. Great for kids party..Kids will love this...yum

  24. Surely it looks like a soccer ball,it is a innovative idea.
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  25. wow amzing pops



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