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June 20, 2013

Vanilla Cake Pops


Very easy to prepare, tasty, super fun, beautiful, magicalCake Pops will make the delights of all the kids and, well, even of some adults! It will be difficult to resist to so much color, to the world of fantasy they evoke, to the surprise effect, to the soft texture that melts in your mouth in an explosion of absolutely delicious flavour. The party was already rocking, but when the kids [and adults alike] saw the Cake Pops arriving it was a total delirium! I, a convicted sweet tooth, ate quite a few with a mix of greed and guilt feeling, and at that time, it was great to feel like child again!

Ingredients:

  • vanilla cake (or whatever) with food coloring
  • strawberry jam
  • Milk Chocolate
  • white chocolate
  • varied sprinklers 
  • kebab sticks 

Bake whatever cake you want the day before and on the next day, undo it with your hands into small pieces. Add a jar of the jam you prefer to the cake crumbs and knead with your hands until completely wrapped. Take it to the freezer for about half an hour, but do not let the dough
freeze . Then take it again to the fridge for another twenty minutes. Remove and form small balls with your hands. Meanwhile melt the chocolate in the microwave for about 45 seconds each time, six or seven times. Take a kebab stick and dip the tip into the melted chocolate and push it into the ball only halfway so that the chocolate solidifies inside the cold ball . Then dip the cake pop immediately into a bowl with the melted chocolate, but dip it as directly into the chocolate as you can, do not swing it very much or you will break the cake pop. Remove them, hold it with your left hand  and with your right hand  give small pats on the left hand until the excess chocolate falls into the bowl again. Immediately coat with sprinklers to taste....




Muito fáceis de preparar, saborosos, super divertidos, lindos, mágicos, os Cake Pops vão fazer a delícias de toda a criançada e, bom, até de alguns adultos! Difícil será mesmo resistir a tanta cor, ao mundo de fantasia que evocam, ao efeito surpresa, à textura suave que se derrete na boca numa explosão de sabor absolutamente deliciosa. A festa já estava bastante animada, mas quando os miúdos [e os graúdos] viram os Cake Pops a chegar foi o delírio total! Eu, gulosa me confesso, comi alguns num misto de avidez e culpa e, nesse momento, que bom foi sentir-me criança outra vez!

Ingredientes:
  • bolo de baunilha (ou qualquer outro) com corante alimentar
  • doce de morango
  • chocolate de leite
  • chocolate branco
  • sprinklers variados
  • paus para espetada

Confecione o bolo que quiser no dia anterior e, no dia seguinte, desfaça-o com as mãos em pedaços pequenos. Adicione um frasco de doce a gosto às migalhas do bolo e amasse com as mãos até envolver completamente. Leva ao congelador cerca de meia hora, mas não deixe congelar a massa. Depois, passe para o frigorífico cerca de mais vinte minutos. Retire e forme pequenas bolas com as mãos. Entretanto derreta o chocolate no microondas cerca de 45 segundos de cada vez, seis ou sete vezes. Pegue num pau de espetada e molhe a ponta no chocolate derretido e enfie na bola só até meio, para que o chocolate solidifique dentro da bola fria. De seguida, mergulhe o cake pop de imediato numa taça com o chocolate derretido, mas a pique, de forma a não balançar e a não partir o cake pop. Retire, segure com a mão esquerda e, com a direita, dê pequenas palmadinhas na mão esquerda até o excesso do chocolate cair para dentro da taça de novo. De imediato cubra com sprinklers a gosto.





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  2. Aida se ve muy fácil de preparar , ideal para el cumpleaños de mis niños
    cariños

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  3. Omg,so sweet this cakes. I need one, now! ahahah :)

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  4. Me han encantado tus cakes pops, Aida!!! Preciosos y tan coloridos... Veo que últimamente te ha dado por la cocina... sigue así que lo estas haciendo muy bien :))) Besos.

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  5. So lovely! I ate a delicious cake pop recently, they are delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe xx
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  6. São faceis de fazer e ficam tão lindos.
    bjs

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  7. This looks so delicious and so pretty at the same time. I'm so hungry now.
    Lovely photos.
    xx

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  8. ... flowers or cakes?
    That's the question!!!
    All amazing

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  9. Eu provei e aprovei! :) You're a great cook! Kisses

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  10. Ficam tão mas tão giros!!!!
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  11. Hi Aida! You have no idea how much how craving for your cake pops now!:) I love them, I could eat all in one bite!:D Especially the ones with the white choco. You are a great cook dear!:) Kisses and hugs! xo

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  12. Um wow!! Aida. I am not craving cake pops like nobodies business. I just had my lunch but now it doesn't seem satisfying enough .. LOL need me some cake pops! xo

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  13. Son una forma muy divertida de preparar bizchocos!!! Te han quedado genial Aida!!

    Un besito,
    Sandra von Cake

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