What are Cake Pops?

If you've never had one before you are probably wondering what exactly are cake pops and how do they taste. Well just one taste is all it will take you to see why they are often referred to as heaven on a stick! It's the newest and most adorable star on the sweet scene that you will come across. They are an emerging trend popping up in specialty bake shops, parties and weddings. There are books about cake pops, classes and YouTube videos. Even Starbucks in USA sells them.

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The classic cake pop in its original form is made of finely crumbled baked cake and frosting creamed together, then chilled and dipped in colourful chocolate melts and decorated to your desire. So basically colourful dipped and decorated golf-ball-sized rounds of cake on a stick. They are the perfect addition to any party or get together. Birthdays, weddings, baby showers, dinner parties, wedding favors or cute take-home treats for birthday parties... try displaying them in a jug filled with sweets. Best of all, they're completely customizable.

About Cake Pops


Cake pops are a delicious new way to indulge in both cake and chocolate in a bite size. Our cake pops are hand made with range of biscuits infused with cream or frosting dipped in a chocolate coating and put on a lollypop stick. These irresistable creations are the perfect alternative to cake at any party or get-together.

Cake pops also solve the ever lasting question of how to make a cake portable! Everyone can now eat cake on the go! In the past few years, they've become a sensation. Cake pops are the new sweet treat to sink your teeth into and is adored by many around the world.



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Cake Pops Ingredients

Cake pops and cake balls are created mixing biscuits and cream cheese and then dipped in chocolate. Each cake pops is approximatel the size of a golf ball (3.5cm)


STORAGE

Our cake pops are best stored in a fridge and can be kept fresh for up to 1 week, or freeze for up to 2 months - thaw for at least 1 hour before serving.