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How to make cakepops
How I did it: I decided I was going to do this, and decided to use muffin mix because there would be less cake to use up.
Unfortunately, there were lots of hard burnt bits and I didn't have enough chocolate for every bit of cake. I ended up freezing over half the cupcakes because I didn't get to use them.
I used cadbury's chocolate buttons and it didn't end up being enough. It would have been better to use nestle chocolate buttons. I don't know if they taste as good, but they are probably better value for money.
I had some really negative comments from my mother and a few other people about making these as they thought they sounded ''disgusting'' and I have a bit of a weight problem so they couldn't understand why I would even want to make these. I had seen these mentioned hundreds of times on the internet in the last six months so I was curious.
I couldn't decide whether they were delicious or kind of gross. They were definitely cute though!
Lessons & tips: -Make this with your friends, your parents might give you a hard time about making these!
-Make sure your cake has cooled down before you mix them it with the icing, or the icing will lose its colour and the cake/icing mix will look disgusting.
-Buy more chocolate than you expect to use, because even that may not be enough.
-Be careful who you tell about your cakepop adventure, not everyone will be a fan.