Your email address will not be published. . ?beacause i think there is no available in our country or may i say in our city.ahahhaha : ). I’d ask someone like Bakerella for subsittutions. I want to try and make these, looks like it would be fun for my daughters 1st birthday treat . Thank you! (Not to mention that for the life of me I can’t seem to roll a round ball…I think my palms must be square!) Oh how I have missed you, Jaden! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I love love the video and your family is so natural on cam… charming indeed! Using your hands, roll the cake into 1.5” compact balls and place on baking sheet. Take a peek, and if there is a large area of "wet" batter, add another 1 minute - 3 minutes, until there is barely any wet batter on surface. They looked amazing and tasted even better! Thank you very much for the information and the tips you explain it very simple and fun for me and my daughter. thanks very much! I think this might be just the thing to make for my daughters’ classes. LOVE the shortcuts! It’s a regular microwave oven, and I put the power to medium-high (on scale of 1-10, I used power level 7 or 8), Pingback: Vegan Cake Balls « Namely Food « Namely Marly. didnt know that you could bake in a microwave! I used butter cream frosting though and german chocolate cake mix, with chocolate bottom and purple top. 4. I’m going to try using pretzel rods or smaller pretzel sticks instead of lollipop sticks…sweet + salty=YUM! Now let cake cool the rest of the way. Awesome concept. You can find Candy Melts at any of the Walmarts on the island, also at Party City in Waikele. I don’t want to burn the outsides by cooking it longer. You might behind on the “trend” but I hadn’t even seen it until now. My mom saw something similar to these on a “Live” broadcast show, either The Talk or The Today Show. Any thoughts? Add about 3/4 of the can of cream cheese frosting and use a large spoon mix well until you can’t see any of the frosting. Hi Whitney, the whole cake gets crumbled anyways – just use a big spoon and scoop out what’s cooked and microwave the uncooked portion for another minute. Thanks for the video!!! In separate bowls, melt the candy melts in the microwave at 30 second intervals, stirring each time until smooth. Place the cake chunks into a food processor and pulse until cake is crumbly, about 8 times. Cheaper, and so much more fun!! I am going to make these for my sister’s birthday! If the balls don’t quite stick well, mix in more frosting. Order your bowl today for $10 off + free shipping! Required fields are marked *. I’d have to keep it a secret until they’re done. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. http://kidscookingshop.com/barbara-beery-biography. Start with the first batch again. the camera loves you and your boys! Gong Hei! You may want to do this in 2 batches. Depending on the speed of your burners, make sure to boil at about medium-medium/high, and don’t get water into the candy melts. Hi, I’m Jaden, professional recipe developer, tv chef and cookbook author. I love that you made the cake in the microwave. . Our babysitter makes these cake pops and I loved them from the first time I tried them. LOL. Your cake pops are adorable (as are your children), and I love the video! You and your little helpers sure know how to make them actually easy for others to learn. Roll a cake ball into an slight oval. The outside was fine, but the whole inside looked as if I just put the batter in the pan. Frosting is the sweet, sugary soft topping that you spread on cakes. Thanks for this!! But I ran into a conundrum when seeking to melt the candy melts without burning them. im 2nd year high school. hahahah..hope you answer.. I haven’t made these yet either, so you aren’t the only one who is late to the party. Can I use chocolate cake mix and chocolate frosting instead?? I totally love that photo of your boys in their pj’s looking through the glass of the microwave! Bakerella was kind enough to email me a few extra tips to ensure that these cuties would turn out perfect. 7. Should be a hit with the kids, from the vivid colours to the sweet notes. Yes, you can bake a cake in the microwave! I purchased from both places. Thanks. Wow first time ever to see these kind of pops. There was also a “sweet” tip on the package containing the candy melts: As most are vanilla in flavor, using flavored oils, such as lavender or orange, will create excellent results when seeking to add a little extra oomph to this already amazing cupcake variation. Since Sunday is Valentine’s Day, I thought this would be a perfect Saturday afternoon project for you and your kids. How Fantabulous! The cake should be a bit wet and sticky. Oh, I’ve never heard of cupcake pops. Hey, have you seen the pie pops from http://luxirare.com/float/ ~ that’s where Bakerella first saw them, too. Crisis averted: I converted two small pots, one smaller than the other into a makeshift double-boiler by immersing the smaller pot into just enough water to cover the bottom by about an inch or so. These handmade Buddha Bowls are perfect for your one-bowl meals. If your candy melts have stiffened a bit, return to microwave for 30 seconds. This is a really cute idea but one I think I’d save to do with my two oldest rather than my two youngest. I love that! I image it’s a little less time consuming than actually shooting video. . Oh, and your video rocks , I love the video. Especially ‘baking’ the cake in the microwave!!!! I absolutely love this! Come watch! Black Sesame White Chocolate Mudcake Cupcakes Cupcake Jemma Play | Download Hi guys my name is pamela also known as mysweetambitions, i have a passion for baking particularly dessert and love sharing it to friends family, sta. im curious and would like to try using the microwave too. ??? How to Make Cupcake Cake Pops (Video) | Cupcake Ideas, Cupcake Recipes, Cupcake Pictures, How to Make Cupcake Cake Pops (Video) « The Cupcake Blog, Još Valentinovskih slastica - ljubavjedotcom, Happy Valentine’s Day: Red Velvet Cake Cups and Heart Pops, Red Velvet Cheesecake Pops - Sweet Tooth Productions, Vegan Cake Balls « Namely Food « Namely Marly, http://kidscookingshop.com/barbara-beery-biography. I came across your site and I am going, tomorrow, to get the supplies to try these!! Dump the cake crumbles into a large bowl. Ha! How fun! Thank you so much! sis…… GOng Hei Fatt Choy! These are the finished pops. but i just have many questions to ask about those thing (ingredients) in your “recipe”.. 1. is there any other candy that we can melt. Love the how-to video! Place the dipped cupcake upside down onto the baking sheet. Buddha Bowls are limited-edition, and they are going to sell out fast.
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