Thursday, March 31, 2011

How To Make Cake Pops [Using a Weston Baking Mat]

Using the Chocolate Beet Cake Recipe, you can make Chocolate Beet Cake Pops. They’re definitely sweeter and less healthy, but hey - they’re delicious!

You’ll need fair trade, organically-certified chocolate chips or chunks and lollipop sticks. We took half of our cake (we ate the other half!), crumbled it, made another batch of the icing with a Weston Food Mill, and added the icing to the crumbled cake.

Next, roll the cake into 1” balls. Melt one cup of chocolate in a double boiler with a little butter. Dip a cake ball a quarter of the way into the chocolate, insert a lollipop stick in the middle of the chocolate, and let dry. Repeat for all of the cake balls. Once dry, insert the entire cake ball into the chocolate and coat with hazelnuts. Turn upside down on a Weston Silicone Baking Mat (much more eco-friendly than parchment paper – it’s reusable!) set over a baking sheet and place in the freezer for about an hour to set. Indulge.


Weston Stainless Steel Food Mill              Weston Silicone Baking Mat

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