How to Cover Cake Pops with Sprinkles
For quick party pops, after you dip in candy, do a second dip in Wilton Sprinkles! Whether you use nonpareils, jimmies or colored sugars, you'll have an instant colorful treat everyone will love.
Skill Level: None
How to Cover Cake Pops with Sprinkles is rated out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by trexma from I find cake pops difficult to achieve an even appearance...however using sprinkles is the easiest way to make them look uniform. They taste delicious with sprinkles, the kids love them!
Date published: 2013-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by Shalena352 from This one is very easy and my daugthers favorite. Instead of rolling them in the bowl of sprinkles i held the pops over a empty plate and poured the sprinkles on them it seems to be easier for me
Date published: 2011-05-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by Leafs67 from Don't be fooled, these may be cute, but they are messy (real messy). The pictorial instructions do not portray an accurate account of the mess these make. Once you dip you DRIP and trust me there is no stopping the drip. You even drip the candy melts into the bowl of sprinkles and they start to harden immediately. if you dip and place on a board to dry you get the "candy apple" effect (no big deal) but then they aren't picture perfect, to stand up to dry means a big drippy mess. Lucky for me I was using the princess picks, once mine where dipped they were placed on the board (with wax paper) to make the princess' dress and the pick inserted to look like the princess. Now they are really cute. Just keep this in mind if you attempt the sprinkles- give yourself lots of time and patience. Enjoy and happy baking.
Date published: 2011-03-24