Rainbow cereal cake pops
Updated: Jun 8
It's Pride month guys so there's gonna be a lot of rainbows around here.
Let's start with these super cute Rainbow cereal cake pops!
They are easy and fun to make, highly customisable and super yummy.
To make the balls I used some leftover Fruity Pebbles cake and then I covered them with chocolate and more rainbow cereal: I loved them.
Check out the recipe below and give it a try!!
200g leftover cake
10 Tablespoons milk *
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50g White chocolate
50g Dark chocolate
Rainbow cereal (Fruity Pebbles + Sour Patch Kids cereal)
Crumble your leftover cake (I used my Fruity Pebbles cake from End of Summer muffins) and place it in a bowl.
Add enough milk to get a wet consistency but not too moist.
Make 12-14 balls with a small ice cream scoop, make a hole with a wooden stick and place them in the freezer for at least 3 hours (overnight is better).
Melt dark chocolate in the microwave or in a double boiler (in this case I highly recommend the double boiling situation since the chocolate is going to harden very quickly and it will be difficult to work with it).
Dip the stick in chocolate and then insert it inside the frozen balls to make it stick.
Dip the cake balls in the melted chocolate and then roll them in rainbow cereal crumble.
Repeat from 4 for white chocolate cake pops.
Place them in the fridge to set for at least 30 minutes.
Cake pops are not usually made with milk but they are made with frosting since it's difficult to make them stick; with my kind of leftover cake I managed to create the balls only with milk but if you can't make it work I'll suggest to use frosting or jam or chocolate spread or even whipped cream, be creative!
The smallest you make the balls the easiest will be covering them with chocolate. If they are too heavy they might fall down the stick.
If you make it let me know! :)