Cupcake Pops Or Bites Recipe

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Time: 1440 minutes



  1. cake mix
  2. frosting
  3. chocolate bark
  4. candies
  5. candy sprinkles


  1. bake a cake from a mix or from scratch and cool completely
  2. crumble cake into a fine consistency into a large bowl
  3. add can of cream cheese frosting or homemade frosting and blend together using the back of a large spoon
  4. blend thoroughly
  5. roll mixture into 1
  6. 25" - 1
  7. 5" size balls and lay on wax paper covered cookie sheet
  8. you may want to periodically rinse and dry your hands off in between
  9. cover with aluminum foil or plastic wrap and chill in refrigerator for several hours
  10. remove
  11. begin to shape into cupcakes using a small flower-shaped cookie cutter
  12. take the chilled ball and roll it into more of an oval and then slide into cookie cutter
  13. push it into cutter until about half fills the cutter and the rest sticks out of the top in the shape of a mound
  14. then push the shaped cupcake carefully out of the cookie cutter from the bottom
  15. set right side up on a wax paper covered cookie sheet
  16. continue with remaining balls
  17. once shaped , cover and return to freezer
  18. while cupcake shapes are chilling , begin to heat up your chocolate bark
  19. brown chocolate bark for the bottoms
  20. pink or white chocolate for the tops
  21. follow the instructions on the package for melting
  22. most recommend heating for 30 second intervals at a time and stirring in between
  23. you can also do the double boiler method
  24. when you are ready to dip , remove from freezer and set up another wax paper covered cookie sheet
  25. take the cupcake shaped mixture and dip bottoms into the melted chocolate - just to the point where the mounded shape starts
  26. remove from chocolate , turn upside down and wiggle so that the excess starts to slide down slightly
  27. then lay on the wax paper upside down
  28. if you want them to be lollipops , then go ahead and insert the lollipop sticks while the chocolate is still wet
  29. continue with rest of the cupcakes
  30. you can also leave some without the sticks
  31. theyre just as cute as cupcake bites', "not sure if this helps a lot , but it couldn't hurt", "don't - get water in the chocolate", 'make sure your hands are completely dry
  32. water will cause the chocolate to separate and mess up all your hard work
  33. dry completely
  34. once dry , dip the tops of the cupcakes in the pink or white chocolate
  35. you may need to move it around a little to cover all the exposed areas
  36. this will help it from dripping down the sides of the cupcake
  37. remove from the pink / white chocolate and turn right side up
  38. you may need to hold and rotate it if there is any excess so that it doesnt drip down too far', "you can use a toothpick to help cover any areas the melted chocolate didn't cover", 'for the cupcake bites - just turn right side up and rest on the wax paper
  39. then go ahead and put a m&m on the top and add sprinkles while wet
  40. for the lollipops , continue holding and place an m&m on the top and add sprinkles
  41. let them dry in a styrofoam block that you have already poked holes into
  42. when completely dry , cover the lollipops with small plastic treat bags and tie with a ribbon
  43. for the cupcake bites , place in a candy cup and package in small candy truffle boxes to present individually
  44. makes about 50
  45. you can store these in an airtight container and they will last for several days
  46. you can also store in the refrigerator if you would like them cold

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