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post #1351 of 1361

Thanks, I'm using the WASC recipe.  I'm hoping that 1 batch will do it. :)  My pops are about 1 inch or maybe 1/14 ??  I don't know I have not measured. 

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post #1352 of 1361
I've had luck with finding melts on Amazon.com or check websites that sell Merckens melts
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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

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post #1353 of 1361

Why does the chocolate get super thick?  Did I heat it too much?  and why does it get little round circles on the surface when i put it in the fridge?   Pink did not do it but the green did ,.icon_confused.gif

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I actually made some at work this week.  We had extra scrap pieces of brownies, so I added some caramel buttercream and coated in dark chocolate.  I used a white chocolate drizzle over the tops.  My boss has never made them before, but likes the outcome of what I did.  I think we might be making more along the way, lol.

 

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post #1355 of 1361
I have never made cake balls before but this thread has me motivated to try! I was thinking choc. Cake with strawberry jam with some buttercream. And choc ganache to cover. Would that work? Sorry for the stupid question.
post #1356 of 1361
Ganache will not work as it is too soft. It really need to be chocolate.
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post #1357 of 1361

I am dying to know how everyone make gorgeous and perfect cake pops!  My sister bought me the electric cake pop maker, but the pops fall off the sticks sometimes and the chocolate never looks perfectly smooth etc.  I see SO MANY gorgeous perfect cake pops everywhere and would love to know the secret.  THANKS!!

post #1358 of 1361

I was told to get the sticks to stay on, dip them first in the melting chocolate then insert into the cake ball.

post #1359 of 1361

I tried that too and some still fell off! LOL

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I'm sorry but what does WASC mean?
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