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PINLAND EMPIRE: How To Make Cake Pops

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How To Make Cake Pops. 

Bake a red velvet cake. 
Let it cool, I put mine in the refrigerator overnight. 
Crumble it up in a bowl and add 1/2 of a can of cream cheese frosting. 
Ball with your hands. 
Freeze for an hour or refrigerate for 2. 
Dip in melted candy...I used melted mini chocolate kisses. I also melted the rest of the cream cheese frosting and dipped the rest into that. It was tasty!! 
At the end, put a cake pop stick on the top. 
Refrigerate again. 




 

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