You can transform your cake pops into art, and eat it, too
Cake pops are the hottest bestselling confections in bakeries today, but anyone can make these fun little treats at home with this essential guide. Though they may look intricate and difficult to make, with a little practice and imagination, kids and adults will be making these colorful creations in no time
Noel Muniz shows you the basics of making these small, delectable sweets, with tips that will guide you through every step of the process. The Art of Cake Pops
covers everything you need to become a cake pop pro, including the different types of chocolates to use, how to use cookie cutters as molds, coloring chocolate, and when it's best to use homemade or boxed cake. There are also sections about preventing or fixing common baking problems and mistakes, such as cake pops that crack, leaking oil, and streaking, with detailed photos to help you along the way. Filled with delicious recipes for cake flavors such as chocolate, banana, strawberry, and lemon, and seventy-five colorful and creative designs for silly frogs, cute babies, and vibrant butterflies--along with twenty-five party theme ideas--you'll make a splash at any gathering, and your cake pops will be the talk of the event.
America loves foods on sticks, and with full cake flavor and a quarter of the guilt, these cakes on a stick are no exception.
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