Thursday, November 3, 2011

Mini Ice Cream Cake Pops

Brownie (Refer my earlier post)
White or dark Chocolate chips or chunks - 1/2 cup
Frosting - Vanilla or chocolate

Bake your favorite cake recipe, I used Brownie (whatever flavor) let it cool. 
Take a large bowl and crumble the cake over the bowl, stir in about 1/2 cup of frosting, mix well then roll the mixture into balls. Place them on a cookie sheet and pop them into the freezer. Melt white or dark chocolate. 

Tips for melting;
  • Fill your pan with 1 in. of water.
  • Bring it to a simmer over medium heat.
  • Now chop your chocolate into very small pieces. (TIP: Use white chocolate chips or chunks to save time.)
  • Put your chocolate into the top of your double boiler or your bowl.
  • Place it over top of the heated water. Now, let this sit until half melted. Remove from heat and set pan onto your counter top. (Place a towel under the pan to be sure that none of the moisture reaches the chocolate.)
  • Gently stir your melting-white-chocolate with a spatula until smooth. (If lumps remain, return to heat for a minute or so until all is melted.)

Then dip the top of the cone into the melted chocolate and place a ball right from the freezer on top of the cone, it will harden instantly because it is cold and then you will be able to dip the rest of the cake ball into the chocolate. Allow the excess chocolate to drip and top it with M&M. Enjoy!

Recipe Courtesy: Everyday with Rachael Ray

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