YUMMY CAKE POPS – Easy Step-by-Step Tutorial – HomeBakerzsg

Cake Pops are a great way to savour the delicious cakes in bite size. All you need is a leftover cake. It’s a great way to brighten any party. Let’s get started. Click the below link to see it happen..




  1. Left-over cake                                                              350gm – 2 parts
  2. Left – over frosting / Melted Milk Chocolate              175gm – 1 part


  1. Melted Chocolate                                                           400gm
  2. Cake-Pop / Lollipop sticks                                            12 pieces
  3. Assorted Sprinkles, to decorate


  1. Reserve the left-over cake or cake pieces that are trimmed for cake pops. We can use this to create a cake – pop which complements the cake.

2. Crumble the cake in a food-processor or by hand.


3. If there is left-over frosting, well and good, use it.


4. Otherwise melt milk chocolate in a double boiler.


5. Mix the frosting / melted chocolate into the crumbled cake and bring them together.

6. Use an ice cream scoop to scoop 1 inch balls and roll them in your hands to shape more precisely.


7. Insert a lollipop stick (dipped in chocolate)  and place it on parchment lined baking tray and refrigerate for 1 hour.


8. Meanwhile melt the chocolate for coating and keep the sprinkles in separate bowls.

9. Dip the pops in the chocolate followed by a dip in the sprinkle bowl.

10. Let it dry and then arrange it to your taste.



  1. 2 parts Cake: 1 part Milk Chocolate
  2. If white chocolate is used for coating, various colors can be added to it for more glamour.
  3. After completion, in order to cool, inserting the cake pops in a polystyrene block will ensure the round shape rather than a flat side by lying on a parchment paper.


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