{Party In A Pinch} 4th of July Cake Pops

I am SOOO excited to have Emily from Emmy’s Events as a guest blogger today! From the moment that Emily told me about her SUPER EASY Semi-Homemade Cake Pops, I just knew that I had to try them out and have her give you all the inside scoop on how whip up some fabulous cake pops if you are pulling together a Party In A Pinch! 


Hi there! Emily Clinton from Emmy’s Events here to give you a super easy, NO BAKE cake pop tutorial. Give these a try at your Fourth of July party, I know you’ll absolutely love them!

You Will Need: 
– Entenmann’s Glazed Pop’ems
– Wilton Candy Melts
– Canned Frosting (any brand is fine just don’t buy “whipped”) 
– Lollipop Sticks or Paper Drinking Straws Food Coloring & Sprinkles
– Wax Paper or Styrofoam (depending on whether you prefer them stick up or stick down)

1. Melt a handful of Wilton Candy Melts in the microwave. Dip the lollipop stick or paper straw into the melted candy and insert it about half way in to the donut. Set the pop on a plate and refrigerate until the candy hardens.

2. Put a scoop of canned frosting in a microwave safe container and tint with food coloring if desired. Microwave the frosting for 5-10 seconds. The frosting will be slightly warm and completely liquified. Stir to mix in the food coloring

3. Dip the refrigerated pop into the melted frosting and quickly pull it out, allowing the excess to dip back into the cup. Set the wet cake pop on a tray lined with a sheet of wax paper. You may need to hold it upright for a second or two until it dries enough to stand by itself.
Note: If your frosting begins to harden simply warm in the microwave again until it becomes liquid.

4. Add sprinkles, if desired, while the frosting is still wet. Refrigerate for 15 minutes or until the outer coating is completely set.

5. Serve in mini cupcake liners or arranged on a plate! Enjoy!!

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6 Responses to {Party In A Pinch} 4th of July Cake Pops

  1. Karla Curington July 2, 2012 at 8:58 pm #

    Great idea!! I’ve made cake/brownie pops ONCE and thought I’d probably never desire to make them again because they are so time consuming. This is such a great idea – I can’t wait to try it!!! Thanks for sharing!

  2. refrigeration design July 3, 2012 at 12:07 am #

    looks delicious and eye candy, coolest pops:)

  3. Lissa July 16, 2012 at 7:35 am #

    So cute and easy (even I could make them)!

  4. dg July 21, 2012 at 6:15 pm #

    those cake pops look so good.

  5. Consumer Market Research October 17, 2012 at 11:05 am #

    Looking So Yummy and delicious.. I love it !!

  6. Bekah Tindall June 2, 2014 at 3:58 pm #

    Wow! Perfect! I was trying to think of some dessert ideas for this years family 4th Of July BBQ, and these are perfect! I might just dip these in milk chocolate and star sprinkles, and then pair them with some red white and blue poprocks dipped strawberries! Thank you for this idea! (ps, I love donuts, so i’m totally making these.)

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