Tis' the season!! I haven't used my cake pop maker in a really long time and knew the holidays would be the perfect time to use it again! This year for my family Christmas party I made chocolate cake pops dipped in milk chocolate peppermint and then dunked in some Christmas peppermint sprinkles! Pretty easy to make, it's just a long process. But luckily my boyfriend helped me with the chocolate dipping part!
Oh and if you have leftover chocolate like us, dunk some Oreo's in them, or bananas! YUM!
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The reason some of my cake pops are white is because at first we just used a leftover Hershey's White Chocolate Peppermint candy bar and once that was done we combined the milk chocolate and Andes together (hence the darker cake pops).
**The ingredients my cake mix called for was 3 eggs and 1/2 C water
I made this for my college graduation! I love chocolate chips and bananas and peanut butter. So when I found this recipe I was in love. I made it into cupcakes though because with a large group, it was just easier to do. They were a HUGE hit! Not one single cupcake was left after...which I was a little dissapointed because I wanted more! But the homemade peanut butter frosting is definitely what made this all worth it. You'll be licking your fingers clean!
For the Cake
For the Cake
For the Frosting
I made this one for my dad's birthday! Unlike my mom who likes plain and simple desserts, my dad and I like pretty much anything rich and decadent. So I knew he would like this one. Easy to make and addicting! All of my aunts and uncles at the party loved it too! There wasn't even any leftover for my dad to take home!
Stressed is Desserts spelled backwards...
Desserts and I are like peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, bacon and eggs....we just go so well together. And if you know, you know my "go-to" night time dessert is ice-cream. If you know me well enough, you know that I have specific brands and specific flavors within those brands that are my favorite.