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post #1321 of 1361
Is there anywhere online that I can buy royal blue ( and other bright colors) of candy melts? I am wanting to make the muppets cake pops for my nephews birthday and Wilton.com I s completely out of stock. icon_sad.gif
Any good alternatives?
post #1322 of 1361
Maybe buy white bark and color it blue. I won't use anything but bark. Hope you find what you're looking for.
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post #1323 of 1361
I finally gave in and decided to make something other than a simple ball. So I made my first reindeer. But with practice, it will get better. Here he is. I am making them all with different colored noses instead of brown or red. Something different, not the norm.

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post #1324 of 1361
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jknoxcake2011

Is there anywhere online that I can buy royal blue ( and other bright colors) of candy melts? I am wanting to make the muppets cake pops for my nephews birthday and Wilton.com I s completely out of stock. icon_sad.gif
Any good alternatives?



I can see that Kitchen Krafts has blue Merckens in stock
post #1325 of 1361
This thread is soo cool... After reading 89 pages, im so eager to try this tomorrow. My nephews bday is on saturday and will give this as my gift. Will decorate it like a basketball icon_smile.gif

And, have anyone invested on this?
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=ROyGsnJ_3b0
post #1326 of 1361
I know this thread is old but I just want to say thank you to everyone for the wonderful tips, tricks, and flavor ideas. I read the entire thread between last night and today, and I look forward to experimenting with different flavor combos. icon_smile.gif
post #1327 of 1361

I made Twinkie balls...piped the frosting (cream cheese with cool whip) into the balls. What could be better than bite sized twinkies?

FYI...these are so much better than the store bought version ;)
 

post #1328 of 1361

Pardon my ignorance, but what are cake balls?  I've not heard of them before.

post #1329 of 1361

Oh my gosh I made cake balls with lemon cake mix and buttercream frosting then dipped them in Wilton's Dark Chocolate Rasberry candy melts. I can not explain what it is but they are addictive! I also made some with triple chocolate fudge cake, buttercream frosting dipped in chocolate candy melts rolled in crushed up thin mints Another one was triple chocolate fudge cake, crushed up thin mints mixed in, buttercream frosting dipped in chocolate with a sprinkle of cookie on top. icon_smile.gif

post #1330 of 1361

Michaels has candy melts and somtimes they have good colors.

post #1331 of 1361

Cake balls are cake pops without the sticks. I call them cake truffles.

post #1332 of 1361

I don't know what cake pops are either.  This cake vocab isn't used in my country.

post #1333 of 1361

We now have cake pans that make little balls. If you use cake mix, then you make cake balls. You can insert a stick and have a cake lollipop. You can decorate them anyway you like. They are very cute & tasty! :)
 

post #1334 of 1361

these all sound so delicious! i have a banquet coming up and cake balls it is !  is there a fool proof method for making these?
 

post #1335 of 1361
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Originally Posted by motherofgrace View Post

(dont know if I can do this


So here is a thread (if it isnt closed) So we can ask questions, and such!



First off Id liek to talk about flavor combos you have!!


So far I have

Peanut Butter Dream- Choco. cake, peanut butter icing, milk choco coating, and peanut butter drizzle

Carrot Cream- Carrot cake, cream cheese icing, white choc. Coating

Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate- Choc. Cake. Choc. icing, Milk choc. coating.




Happy cake balling!
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