Ingredients: (makes 30)
Friday, May 31, 2013
So you want to bake Red Velvet Cupcakes <3. But you look high and low for a easy yet delightful recipe . This recipe is just addicting and will get you to make it over and over again.... OR you can go to the website..... but I won't give you the link because I want you HERE! ;)
Ok. So its Summer break . And I promised to bake a cake for my friend's birthday party. Uh-oh. I have no eggs. And I can't got to the store write now..... I'm screwed
There is this one recipe....hmmm, lets see if it works.......IT DOES!!!! YAHOOOO!!
#1 - One teaspoon of Baking Powder, NOT soda
#2 - One and one half tablespoon of Oil
#3 - On and one half tablespoon of Water
Oh, yeah!!!!!!!! Its summer break! The perfect time for some relaxing baking and cooking! I'm so excited! Keep coming back to my fantabulous, blooming bloggy (hehe) for some more interesting recipes and tips.......AND SO MUCH MORE :D
#1- If you use canned frosting (Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines, etc.), make sure to use only HALF of the can. Not anymore than that. Otherwise...... PLOOP! Your cake balls will be too moist and therefore fall from the stick when you dip it in the melted chocolate.
#2- I highly, HIGHLY recommend you use the Wilton Candy Melts........they come out very smooth.
#3- The cake pops will hold MUCH better if you freeze it for twenty minutes after you put the lollipop stick in the cake balls
#4- I recently noticed that there have been "Cookie Sticks" in stores. It is perfectly OK to use them. They are just a bit thicker.
#5- Dip the stick in melted chocolate before you put it in the cake ball. It helps the stick and the cake ball stay together much easier.
#6- Oh! And don't tap the stick to hard.....OR ELSE THIS WILL GET YOU (look below)
Hehehe....just kidding! :P Anyways, thats all I got :))))