Mint Chocolate Cake Pops #MyBaristaMoment

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Cake Pops Chocolate MintLast week I headed to Smart & Final {one of my favorites stores} to pick up some supplies {including some cake pops supplies} for a few recipes I have planned. While I was there I checked out the Ambiance coffee selection. They are currently having a promotion that if you make the switch to Ambiance coffee then enter the code from the bottom of your receipt from the purchase here you will be entered to win some really great prizes including a DeLonghi Cafe Nero Coffee/Espresso Maker {Hello! what a great prize!} as well as gift cards. I am always up for a great contest so I picked up a bag of the Ambiance to take home to try. Then finished up gathering all my supplies for my cake pops recipe {and other items on my list} you can see everything I purchased on my shopping adventure on my google+ page.

Smart & FinalAnd now for the yummy cake pops recipe…

Supplies:

  • Cake Mix & ingredients it calls for
  • Cake pops pan
  • Milk Chocolate Melts
  • White Mint Chocolate Melts
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Non-Stick cooking spray
  • Flour

Cake Pops1. Prepare your cake as directed by your cake recipe

cake pops2. Spray cake pop pan with non stick cooking spray and lightly dust with flour

cake pops in pan3. Pour cake mix into cake pop pan {as pictured above, don’t mind the mess it can be a messy job}then place cake pop lid back on before placing back in the oven.

cake pops pan4. Place cake pop pan in oven set at 325 degrees for 20 minutes {or until toothpick comes out clean}. After the cake pops are done let cool for 5 minutes before taking them out of pan then let cool completely before moving onto step 5.

5. Melt your Milk Chocolate Melts in the microwave then dip lollipop stick into chocolate before placing the cake pop onto stick. {The chocolate will work as a glue to keep the stick and the cake together}

cake pops6. Dip your cake pop back into the melted chocolate coating the whole cake ball with milk chocolate then place on wax paper to dry. Repeat steps 5 & 6 until all cake pops are done.

cake pops 7. Melt your White Mint Chocolate Melts in microwave then drizzle onto cake pop {it can get a little messy so I did it over some wax paper}. Let dry & Enjoy!

If you liked this recipe you can stop over and vote it here. Plus everyone who votes will be entered to win $50 worth of Ambiance products! {6 winners total} Speaking of Ambiance coffee these cake pops are great along side a nice cup of joe!coffee Ambiance smart & Final

Disclosure:This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for #collectivebias #CBias. However as always all opinions are that of my own.
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16 Responses to Mint Chocolate Cake Pops #MyBaristaMoment

  1. Melissa says:

    Oh my goodness! Those look great, please do not let my husband see those! I will keep voting for you, hope you win :)

  2. Jane Anne says:

    I have to admit, I have never seen how cake pops are made. These look beautiful and delicious!

    My WFMW post is a recipe this week: Sweet Bacon Chicken

  3. Your cake pops look so professional! I like this method of making cake pops so much better than the crumble method. I found you via the Whipperberry Link Party.

  4. Alicia says:

    Ooo….I’m going to make cake pops for the first time tomorrow and I’m totally going to follow your post! Thanks so much!

  5. Kelsey Bang says:

    super cute cake pops! You did a great job on them! I love the idea of melting mint chips to add some yummy flavor.

  6. These look delicious!!

  7. Those are beautiful! I love how you get the Jackson Pollack look to them :)

  8. Oh, yes, please! Those look divine.

  9. How come I am just now figuring out you had a new blog?! I love these BTW, shared on Pinterest and Twitter!! Great job, they look delicious!

  10. Paul Barstow says:

    Ohh my god these look great, I am having a party for the queens (of England) Jubilee celebration, this means another day off work so it should be great and these will be on the menu for sure

  11. Lolo says:

    Those are beautiful! I would love to make those for the holidays!

  12. Jen says:

    Oh man those look good! I have never seen cake pops made like that, I have seen them in the little cooker thing and my friend balls up cake… but I have never seen a mold like that. Pretty cool.

  13. Those are so pretty and look quite tasty too! :)

  14. I LOVE the way these go in the oven and skip all of the mess of breaking cake, mixing with frosting, rolling, and freezing. And they look SO yummy!

  15. Sydney Dunn says:

    These look absolutely delicious!! Love Smart & Final!

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