Easy Easter Egg Cake Pops

Easy Easter Egg Cake Pops

Looking for a unique dessert for Easter, then look no further than these Easy Easter Eggs Cake Pops. They are quite easy to make and keeping with my tradition of semi- homemade; you can start off using a box cake mix. Are you ready to start popping? 

Ingredients

 

Directions:

  • Bake cake according to the directions on the package. And let cool.
  • Crumble your cooled baked cake in a large bowl. Stir in the frosting. You will need a moist consistency. Add frosting in small amounts until you can form a ball and it stays together.
  • Now you are ready to make your pops. Press mixture into the Easter egg forms. Place in freezer until frozen. They are easier to handle when they are frozen.
  • Melt chocolate chips in the microwave. Remove your forms from the freezer and take cake pops out of the forms. Dip the end of the stick into the chocolate and carefully press into the pops. This helps the sticks stay in place.
  • Holding the stick dip the cake pop into the chocolate covering it completely. Let excess chocolate drain off.
  • Now it’s time to decorate your pops. Put leftover chocolate into a ziplock bag and snip off a corner making a tiny opening. Use this to glue on your decorations.

Easy Easter Egg Cake Pops

Love what you see here is a printable recipe for you to keep. 

Easy Easter Egg Cake Pops
Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Adventures of Frugal Mom
Looking for a unique dessert for Easter, then look no further than these Easter Eggs Pops.
Ingredients
  • One cake mix the flavor of your choice
  • 16 oz white chocolate chips
  • Vanilla Frosting ½ store bought container
  • Easter cake decorations
  • Sprinkles
  • Cake pop sticks
  • Empty plastic Easter egg containers (the ones that break apart lengthwise)
Instructions
  1. Mix cake mix and bake according to directions on the box.
  2. Crumble your cooled baked cake in a large bowl.
  3. Stir in the frosting. You will need a moist consistency. Add frosting in small amounts until you can form a ball and it stays together.
  4. Now you are ready to make your pops. Press mixture into your empty Easter Egg containers. Place in freezer until frozen. They are easier to handle when they are frozen.
  5. Melt chocolate chips in the microwave. Remove your forms from the freezer and take cake pops out of the forms. Dip the end of the stick into the chocolate and carefully press into the pops. This helps the sticks stay in place.
  6. Holding the stick dip the cake pop into the chocolate covering it completely. Let excess chocolate drain off.
  7. Now it’s time to decorate your pops. Put leftover chocolate into a ziplock bag and snip off a corner making a tiny opening. Use this to glue on your decorations.

So tell me do you think you will make some of these for Easter this year?

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9 Comments

  1. I’ve made cake balls like this and they’re delicious!! But is there a reason you only use half a can per one cake mix? I always used an entire can per mix. Have you tried it that way, as well?

  2. These look great! I didn’t think about using the plastic easter egg form! I only use half a can of frosting because they get too moist if I use the whole one and I don’t like the taste. I love how you decorated those Melissa!

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