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Paintbrush Easter Egg Cake Pops


Act like an artist as you decorate these clever Easter cake pops. Easy to make using the Petite Easter Egg Treat Mold and Candy Melts candy!
Makes: Each cake pop serves one.
Skill Level: Somewhat Difficult

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Step 1

Make petite egg cakes. Prepare batter following recipe directions. Bake in mold supported on cookie sheet and cool completely according to pan package directions.

Step 2

Decorate petite egg cakes. Melt white Candy Melts candy following package directions. Use candy colors from set to pint portions violet and pink. Place cakes on cooling grid over cookie sheet. Pour melted candy over cakes to cover. Chill until set. Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe swirl lines and dots on petite egg cakes. Immediately cover with nonpareils and/or colored sugar. Chill until set.

Step 3

Make brushes. Roll 3/4 in. ball of fondant into tear drop shape and form around end of lollipop stick, leaving 1 in. of stick exposed. Use knife to mark bristle lines. Use melted candy in cut parchment bag to pipe dab of candy on fondant. Cover stick and immediately insert into cake. Chill until set.

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Garden Candy Color Set ((violet and pink used))

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Ready-To-Use Chocolate Rolled Fondant ((1 oz. makes 5 treats))

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Favorite cake recipe or mix

Favorite cake recipe or mix

White Candy Melts® Candy

White Candy Melts® Candy

Lavender Colored Sugar

Lavender Colored Sugar

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11 3/4 in. Lollipop Sticks

11 3/4 in. Lollipop Sticks

Knife

Knife

For cake pops, it is especially important to seal the entire surface to prevent drying out. If you are pouring candy or thinned icing, only the top side will be covered?therefore, you need to ice the bottom with melted candy or icing before you pour.

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