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  1. does anyone know how many cake pops this recipe makes?? I am wanting to know how many lollipop sticks I should buy.

    1. I made one box of white cake & one box chocolate, I made approx 36-40 from the white & 48 from the chocolate.

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  3. So I make these alot but I do it a little different. I bake a cake using box mix and let it cool. Once it’s cooled cut it into 4 pieces and rub two pieces together to make crumbs, add 3/4 container of frosting. Spray Pam on hands to prevent sticking and make room in freezer to line with wax paper. Roll cake into balls and put in freezer for 10-15 mins. Use candy coating not candy melts, also called candy bark at g&g. Roll into small balls to prevent them from falling off stick. To melt candy coating use a double boiler. Dip tip of stick into coating then into cake ball and back into coating carefully. Only take a few out of freezer at a time because you will need to reheat coating and if they are too warm they fall off of the stick. Use a stirofoam block to put them in when done but put any decorations on it right after candy coating is on it. Let them dry and you can put them in little baggies.

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  7. About how many cake pops do you think can be made from one box of cake mix? Looking to make these for my baby shower and I’m trying to figure how much cake mix I need.

  8. Does anyone know the Nutritional info on these? I’m doing weight watchers and ate two the other day and just curious how many points these would be 🙂 sooooooooooo good!!!

  9. These look amazing, but the directions were not specific enough…my cake pops ended up falling off the sticks.. any suggestions??

    1. Dip the stick in the chocolate first, let it dry just a few seconds then push the cake ball on. The.melted chocolate will act as a glue:)

  10. Hi Karen, I loved you Autumn cake, and of course all that you do is perfect. I am still baking. I am in Arkansas, would love to hear from you. I am still @ grannyid, but use yahoo more. Miss you
    Sharon

  11. I’ve had so much fun making cake pops. There really are no limits to the flavor combinations or decoration ideas that you can explore! Let your imagination run wild!

    I’ve been keeping a blog on the hits and misses I’ve had so hopefully you don’t need to make the same mistakes I did! If you’re interested, check out http://www.cakepoprecipes.org.

    cheers

  12. Dear KLOEPELM,
    Actually she did mention those instructions you failed to read.! You should read more carefully next time so you don’t waste half a day and all of your ingredients on this amazing recipe!
    “Dip one end of the lollipop stick into the candy melt and then insert the same end directly into the cake ball. After all the cake balls have lollipop sticks in them, put the cookie sheet in the fridge or freezer to set.”

    DELICIOUS!

  13. Not a good recipe, in terms of providing instructions. You didn’t say to slightly freeze the balls so they don’t fall off the sticks. Oh, and did you dip the sticks in the candy melts before inserting them into the balls? These kind of details are sort of important in a recipe.

    I wasted half a day and all my ingredients on this so-called “recipe”…

  14. Any thoughts on how far ahead these can be made? I want to make them for an upcoming party, but I will be out of town for the two days prior to the party. Do they freeze or refrigerate well for short periods of time?

  15. I found this recipe a while back on Bakerella’s website… she made them with red velvet cake and cream cheese icing. I’ve personally experimented with all kinds of different flavors, but my favorite combo is chocolate cake with chocolate icing and dark chocolate candy coating 🙂

  16. You can also dry them with the stick end up like a caramel apple (on a parchment lined cookie sheet) and they can easily be decorated (using mini marshmallows and other ingredients) to look like Mickey/Minnie Mouse, Hello Kitty, etc.

    1. I forgot my foam to stand them so they can harden so I’m going to try this idea you suggested hopefully they turn out just as good

  17. Please please please don’t call this a recipe! How about a technique. Canned frosting and cake mix eek!

  18. I had these last night for the first time at a wedding and they were delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  19. I mad these last weekend. one batch of confetti and another of strawberry. I couldn’t get the candy melt to liquify enough to just roll them, i ended up having to “ice” each individual one. thanks for the tip on shortening – next time hopefully it’ll be less time consuming with that. (but they were so delicious!!)

  20. Thanks so much for sharing. I’m celebrating my daughters First Coommunion and I’m planning on a dessert bar. I have cute flower pots that I’m going to serve them in for a bit of whimsy!!
    Happy Easter
    Maureen

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