Seven Step: Easy Easter Egg Cake Pop Tutorial
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Seven Step: Easy Easter Egg Cake Pop Tutorial

A festive food option for your Easter Sunday!

Seven Step: Easy Easter Egg Cake Pop Tutorial

As odd as it may sound, Easter is my favorite holiday. Thinking back to childhood Easter egg hunts, big bunnies in baskets, and the first signs of spring, always bring back fond memories for me. While I have grown up a bit, the joy that I feel for this holiday has not faded. Due to the fact that Easter did not fall during my semester break, I was forced to celebrate it a bit early with my family while I was home. I tested out a tutorial that I would love to share, since Easter is fast approaching. Here is a festive food option for your Easter Sunday!

Cute Easter Egg Cake Pops Tutorial

You Will Need:

1 Box of a cake mix of your choice (including the required ingredients: eggs, oil, water, etc.)

1 Tub of frosting of your choice

1 Bag of chocolate candy melts of the flavor and color of your choice

Plastic Easter eggs halved vertically

Paraffin Wax (optional, but recommended)

Cake pop sticks (optional)

Decorating supplies of your choice (optional)

Cookie Sheet

Parchment paper/ tinfoil

Double boiler or microwave-safe bowl



Step 1: Bake your cake by following the instructions listed on the box and let cool.

Step 2: Crumble the cake into fine crumbs and combine with roughly ¼-½ a container of frosting, depending on cake consistency and your preference for sweetness, until the mixture has a doughy consistency.

Step 3: Form your Easter egg shape by pressing your “dough” into vertically halved Easter eggs and place on a cookie sheet covered in parchment paper or tinfoil. Add cake pop sticks if desired.

Step 4: Freeze for 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the size of your pops. You want them to feel firm, but not frozen.

Step 5: Melt your chocolate candy melts in double boiler or microwave, until the chocolate is thin and smooth. You may want to add a bit of paraffin wax to the chocolate to help thin it.

Step 6: Fresh from the freezer, dip your cake pops in the chocolate, being sure to coat them completely. Decorate as desired.

Step 7: Place your chocolate covered cake pops in the fridge to set/harden for about 30 minutes.

*** For best freshness, keep stored in the fridge at all times***

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