Create a rainbow effect with 3 layers
of color on 1 pop! Works with any trio of
Candy Melts colors, or try light, medium and
dark shades of the same color. You can
lighten any Candy Melts color by adding
melted white Candy Melts.
Start with a pop that has already been dipped and chilled as your base color. Dip pop 2/3 deep in your second color of melted Candy Melts. Be sure to dip straight down to create an even line between colors. Tap and chill.
Dip pop 1/3 deep in third Candy Melts color. Tap to remove excess.
Place pop on parchment-covered board and chill until firm.
Rated 4 out of
I will defeniteley have to try this sometime! It seems so simple!
Date published: 2011-01-15
Rated 4 out of
Easy I am sure, I have yet to do this but cant wait. I dont use cream cheese in my cake pops I just use a spoonful of frosting. just enough to hold them together, dont over do it cause they will fall apart . I hope this helps lindasmith01.
Date published: 2011-01-11
Rated 5 out of
I haven't tried this technique yet but plan on doing so. They are alot of fun but time consuming. Depending on how may you have to make. I like to match my coating color to the cake I have baked. I freeze mine and they keep for several months. I have tried making these without using cream cheese and they fall off the stick. What am I doing wrong? I don't have any complaints with using cream cheese in mine. Has anybody got any combinations they wouldn't mind sharing. I would appreciate your suggestions.