Idea gallery #2436
- Blue Candy Coating
- Blue Cake Mix, baked &
- Fruit Filling, any flavor
- Mini Marshmallows
- Super Silver Luster Dust
- Super White Coating
- Sprinkle Mix
1. Melt down blue candy coating in the micro
-wave-- 30 second intervals work best.
2. Transfer this melted coating into a tipless bag.
3. There is a thin line on the portion of the 3-part
mold with the writing on the mold-- this is where
you need to pipe melted coating to.
4. Once filled, tap the mold to release any air
5. Once tapped, place the two clear inserts on top
of the melted coating and gently press down.
6. Top with the final piece of the mold and flip up
side-down & freeze for 10-15 minutes.
7. In the meantime, crumble your baked & cooled
cake into fine crumbs.
8. Slowly mix buttercream into the cake crumbs to
make a cake pop consistency filling.
9. Once the coating has set up in the freezer, re
move the top layer of the mold & the clear in
10. Trim away any excess coating using a paring knife. Do not remove pieces from mold yet.
11. Use a scoop to add in your cake pop filling previously made. Press this into a flat layer using
12. Pipe on a thin layer of strawberry, or any, fruit filling.
13. Sprinkle with a few mini marshmallows.
14. Re-melt your blue coating in the tipless bag from before.
15. Pipe on a layer of melted coating to seal the cakesicle. Use a bench scraper to smooth the
16. Place into the freezer for 10-15 minutes to set up.
17. Invert the mold over parchment paper for easy clean-up & trim off any excess coating with a
18. Brush a pearly luster dust over the top of each cakesicle using a dry fluffy brush.
19. Melt super white coating in a tipless bag in the microwave.
20. Cut off the end of the tipless bag & drizzle over the cakesicles.
21. While the coating is still wet, top with a fun sprinkle mix.
22. Keep cakesicles in the refrigerator & enjoy within 1 week for the best results.