I will still share it because they were eaten within seconds of hitting work and Pork Chops class. So maybe it was just me, who knows. Basically I just made extra cake when I made those red velvet cupcakes and extra cream cheese icing.
|So this is how it all started, the icing is really a winner in my books.
I did the usual and just crumbled up the cake, it was day old but I usually do day old cake, I bake it then once it cools I wrap it up. Anyway I crumbled it all up and then added enough of the chocolate cream cheese icing to get it to stick together. I should have added a bit more, but I am not used to this sort of cake pop, the box mix and pre made frosting is what I know. Anyway it worked.
Originally these were to be for a friend who had her baby in the NICU, we were going to visit, and I stayed up way late to finish them, but I was so tired that I never even decorated them. I was so embarrassed, but figured the nurses wouldn't care. Unfortunately my poor friend and her baby didn't have a good night so we had to put off our visit. Not a big deal, it actually meant I had cake pops for Pork Chops dance a thon, so it all worked out. And on a happy note, that cute little baby and my friend are now all settled at home, so Pork Chop is counting the days until he can hold the baby.
|It looks so red, it didn't really stain my hands though.
|You can sort of see it is a little dry.
|So I want to say something sort of crude, like how do you like my balls, but I will refrain Oh wait I wrote it, oh well...So, how do you like them?
|My ball dipping set up, yep I went there.
|I thought I would toss this picture in again, ,because dude these were so good!
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