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These Avengers Cake Pops are Super Sweet
Including each and every character, focusing on defining features, these cake pops are the least intimidating superheroes most have ever come across. Little Lion Baked Goods, the site that posted the set, also featured a tutorial on how to make the miniature powerhouses. The author describes the process as relatively easy, which makes these baked goods all the more lovable.
The wonderful variety of each character shines through these Avengers cake pops. Adorable, tasty and iconic, this set of desserts is sure to be as popular as the characters who inspired it.
Named after the epic film, newly released, today's post is all about the Avengers! These cakes make pop, which is a type using a little bit chocolate, fondant icing is really easy and, of cute - like a baby version of the hero! I, I think too, want to be pretty darn cute for their children's birthday party!
As usual, the first step, the cake, dipped in chocolate is to get prepped and baked all pop! When you form them, they make a cake ball to many of the ellipse than just a round ball so that it looks like a lot of face. For more information on POPs cake because these Avengers are going to be done in fondant, the cake pop-up, you will need to was dipped into the color of the skin of the character. So, I made a peach red for the four of Hawkeye chocolate green for Hulk, Iron Man, for Nick Fury, Captain America, saws, and Black Widdow.
Simple Avengers Cake Pops
Finally, I am honestly pretty, I Did you meet him, so did not know his contract, such as How long was, that made the call not to include the Hawkeye (You caught me - I them just see the hate - One of the people's movie), I made a cake fairly boring pop him. Since I did not dig, and he appeared to be some incomplete man Creepin 'Avengers, his costume is all in the body. All you hardcore fans, you can ask there! Do not hate it was an artistic calling - I, even if he becomes a pop-up of the cake is dirty, he has been convinced that the whole still badass.
I wanted a little girl power-up here, please note that we have only cut Black Widdow!
Anyway, once immersed in them, but lovely all the dried, it will add the details of fondant, Avengers These cakes popped let's come to life! In Captain America, before you cover it with blue fondant, covering the whole of the cake pop of very light frost. After that, we used a toothpick to cut a hole in his eyes. Iron Man, but done using the same method, it can be necessary to cover only one side. more info about avengers cake pops
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Funfetti Deadpool Cake Pops
These Funfetti Deadpool Cake Popsare just as adorable and badass as Deadpool himself! Crumbled cake mixed with funfetti and frosting and rolled into balls and then covered in melted candy, these Funfetti cake pops have been transformed into the lovable, but deadly delicious Deadpool! TIPS+ FULL TUTORIAL + VIDEO.
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So everyones looking forward to Valentines day this weekend, and here I am counting down the days for Deadpool!
Is it just me?
Truth be told, Im not a comic book geek. I never owned stacks of those comic books or impressive collections of their memorabilia. I didnt even know comics were collectibles until I was older (the only ones available to me at the time were Archie comics). Having grown up in Sri Lanka for part of my childhood, I unfortunately didnt have access to these comics or even the knowledge of it. I was a huge TMNT nerd though (official member of the TMNT fan club thankyouverymuch. I owned TMNT lunch boxes, water bottles, stationery, T-shirts, and bed spreads even!).
The only ones I knew of were the very mainstream ones which were on tv like Batman and Robin (thanks to countless reruns of Adam Wests show from the 60s, which I absolutely loved at the time, and still chuckle over every time I see it on one of those obscure tv channels on weekends), and Superman (I may or may not have had more than a little obsession for Christopher Reeves), Xmen and The Incredible Hulk (the one with Lou Ferrigno from the late 70s).
And I even desperately wanted a vintage superhero themed wedding, featuring a wedding cake with the Hulk (my husbands favourite character) smashing one side of the cake! I wanted superhero PEZ dispensers as party favours for our guests, and even our photos to have a distinct superhero theme! 🙂 Sadly, I couldnt do any of this, BUT, Mr K and I definitely plan on re-doing it again one day, with all of this plus more! 🙂 A blowout wedding party with all the superheroes, antiheroes and supervillains that we can cram into one gathering! How fun would that be?
I love all things Marvel and DC. I dont discriminate, really dont have a reason to. I mean I didnt even know the difference until I met Mr K. But of all the superheroes and antiheroes out there, I think Deadpool might quite legitimately be my absolute favourite!
Everyone loves a superhero. Everyone wants to be one, wants to have that power, to save the world and savour that feeling. And Im the same. But honestly, what I love and admire even more, are decent people who live their life doing what makes them happy, not giving a shit about the judgmental ones around them, living their life with their own characteristic flair. And THAT is DEADPOOL! 🙂 It also helps that hes probably the funniest. An accelerated healing factor as a superpower isnt half bad either.
Having read his comics recently, I love how hes portrayed as the antihero that just doesnt care, but also kind of does (if that makes sense?). I was so disappointed when Deadpool made an appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and it just wasnt the same guy from the comic books. Dont get me wrong, I love me some Ryan Reynolds, but it just wasnt the Deadpool that I wanted to see on the big screen. And then years later, I saw the leaked footage from the test screening for the new Deadpool movie and there was a faint glimmer of hope! With every tv spot and trailer, I got more excited knowing that they were going to do justice by the character from the comic books. And now its finally here baby! Just 3 more days. Can you guess what Ill be doing this Friday? 🙂
And as a celebration, Ive got Funfetti Deadpool Cake Pops for you guys today! 🙂 These deadpool cake pops are easy to make. I have gone geeky on this blog with cake pops before check out these Homer Simpson cake pops from a while back. You can use ANY KIND of cake you like (homemade or store-bought) to make these. Im using vanilla cake with Funfetti frosting, to celebrate the colourful badass that Deadpool truly is!
So grab some Chimichangas, and maybe sneak in some cake pops (I said maybe), and go watch Deadpool this weekend, if youre a fan too! 🙂
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Tips for Great Cake Pops (Courtesy of Bakerella & my own experience)
No matter what the recipe says, you should always add frosting a little at a time, mixing it well until the cake crumbs start to bind together. If the cake pops are too stodgy, theyll be too soft and too sweet, and if theres too little frosting, the cake pops will crumble on the stick.
CRUSH the cake. It needs to be crushed. If you dont crush it fully the cake wont bind. However, cake pop dough is more forgiving with some extra frosting, and you can add mini chocolate chips and funfetti (like I have).
Keep the cake pops in the freezer till they become FIRM (not frozen), BEFORE sticking them on the popsicle stick. Personally, this is the method that works best for me.
Dip each stick in the melted chocolate and then insert the cake pop. Since the cake pop is cold, it should help the chocolate harden up and grip the popsicle stick firmly. Do this for all the cake pops first, allowing time for the cake pop to adhere properly to the popsicle stick. PLUS this allows the cake pop to get closer to room temperature again before dip it in the melted chocolate.
Use paramount crystals, cocoa butter or vegetable oil to thin out the melted chocolate if its too thick. Thick and lumpy chocolate is your enemy. You want it to be thick but dippable, so you get a nice smooth coating.
You dont want to dip frozen, or very cold cake pops in the chocolate. Likewise, you dont want to dip the cake pops in very hot melted chocolate. The cake pop and melted chocolate should be closer in temperature to prevent cracking as the chocolate hardens. (FYI cracks happen as the cake pop warms and expands, OR as the warm chocolate shrinks as it cools down).
When you dip the cake pops IN the chocolate, fully submerge it in the chocolate. Dont twirl the cake pop in the chocolate just move it around slightly to get an even coating. IF the cake pop doesnt fully submerge, use a spoon or other utensil to pour the chocolate over the cake pop.
DO NOT shake the cake pop to get rid of excess chocolate. Tap the wrist or hand that you are holding the cake pop with, which helps shake off excess chocolate gently.
So with those tips in mind you should get perfect cake pops every time! And even if you get a couple wrong, no worries! Those are the extra ones just for you! 😉
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Funfetti Deadpool Cake Pops
- Line an 8 inch cake pan with parchment paper. Preheat oven to °F / °C.
- Make the cake according to the box mix instructions. Pour enough cake batter to the prepared cake pan (if there’s any leftover batter, you could make cupcakes). Bake according to instructions and let it cool completely.
- If you're making the cake from scratch - Cream the butter, sugar and salt together until fluffy using a hand held beater or mixer.
- Add the eggs one at a time and mix in between. Mix in the vanilla as well.
- Sift the flour into a separate bowl. Add this flour to the butter-sugar mix and mix it in gently in 2 batches. Mix until the flour is fully incorporated.
- Pour this mix into the prepared baking pan (9 inch round), and bake in the preheated oven until a cake tester/skewer inserted into the middle of the cake comes out clean.
- Remove from the oven and let it cool completely.
Frosting (makes approximately 1 ½ cups)
- Cream the butter with salt and vanilla (you could use a whisk for this since it's a small amount of frosting, but alternatively you could use a hand held mixer as well). Add the sifted icing sugar, spoonfuls at a time and whisk it in. Once all the sugar has been added, whisk vigorously until light and fluffy. Set aside.
- Crumble the cooled cake into a large bowl. Add the funfetti to the cake crumbs. Add about 1 cup of the frosting and incorporate it well into the crumbled cake using a spoon or your hands. If this mix sticks together when squeezed in your palm, then you don’t need to add any more frosting. If the mix is still dry however, add more frosting and mix it in.
- Using a small scoop, portion out the cake pops and roll each one into a ball, or an egg shape. Do this gently without squeezing too hard. Place these on a lined baking tray. Then transfer them to the freezer for about 15 minutes, and then to the fridge until you prepare the chocolate melts.
- Prepare the chocolate melts as instructed in the package. If you're microwaving the melts, microwave in 15 sec bursts, while stirring each time, until most of it has melted. Using a spoon, stir to melt the remaining chocolate melts. If the chocolate is too thick, add some melted shortening or paramount crystals and stir until you have a good consistency.
- Let it rest for about 5 minutes until the melts have cooled down closer to room temperature.
- Remove the cake pops from the fridge. Dip the end of a cake pop stick in the melted chocolate and insert it in a cake pop (about halfway into the cake pop). Put it back on the baking tray and then repeat this with all the cake pops.
- Next, starting with the first cake pop, dip each one in the melted chocolate coating. If you can't dip the whole cake pop in the melted chocolate, use another stick or spoon to cover it well. (So a narrow glass or cup is more suitable, so that the cake pop can be fully submerged in the coating).
- Once you have dipped a cake pop in the coating, gently tap the hand you're holding the cake pop with, with your other hand to shake off excess coating. Stick this on a cake pop stand (or just a block of styrofoam) so that it can set. Repeat this will all the cake pops and let them all dry.
Deadpool face decorations
- Take a small piece of black fondant and roll it out thinly (use cornstarch if it sticks to the surface). Choose a round cutter to cut out rounds - the cutter should be slightly smaller than the diameter or the height of your cake pops. Cut out a circle or two. When you're working on fondant, make sure you cover the fondant pieces that you're not using to prevent them from drying out.
- Cut out a thin strip from the middle of the black circle. Next, cut out two small segments from each of the half circles (as seen in the gif, they stick to the cake pop better this way).
- Take a small piece of white fondant and roll it into a small ball. Then flatten it into a circle and cut it in half - these are the eyes.
- Use water to stick these onto the black fondant pieces (as in the gif). Press it down gently.
- Apply a little water to the back of the black fondant piece and stick it on the front of the cake pops.
- Gently press it down along the edges to make sure it sticks well to the cake pops. Let it dry completely.
- To remove any cornstarch from the black fondant, use a small paint brush and brush the fondant pieces with vodka (this is optional). Let them dry.
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Made famous by Bakerella, cake pops, in her own words are crumbled cake mixed with frosting and rolled into bite-sized balls and then dipped in melted candy and served lollipop-style on a stick. While I find them truly adorable, Im also quite picky. You need to balance the sweetness because the frosting can make it fairly sweet.
So you have to use just the right amount of frosting to bind the crumbled cake together and not make it stodgy, wet and overly sweet. It should still look like cake and not a gooey truffle like thing. Thats exactly how I like my cake pops to be, and EXACTLY what these Deadpool cake pops are! 🙂
Plus these Deadpool cake pops also have Funfetti! You could absolutely make or use a Funfetti cake, but personally, I love the unbaked funfetti bits in the cake more. OR you could do both of course. They are pretty and yummy, much like the guy playing the character in the new movie, so why not? I almost felt too bad to bite into these cake pops because they looked so awesome. But only almost.
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Ah, Nutella. Have you ever had it? Its a dreamy, creamy, smooth chocolate hazlenut spread that can pretty much be described as heaven on a spoon.
As it turns out, this wonderful food item has its own day, World Nutella Day, (February 5th)! Thank goodness I have trusty Twitter friends like Tara (@ChipChipHooray), otherwise I wouldve been completely oblivious to this fact.
I was planning on making chocolate cake pops for a Super Bowl party I was attending, but since the big game happened to coincide with this new-found holiday, I had to incorporate Nutella somehow yay! I love experimenting in the kitchen! And I remember watching a recent episode of Top Chef where some of the chef-testants used Rice Krispies to add texture, so I decided to toss them in there too!
I can confidently say that the result was a mild stroke of genius 🙂 Heres how it all went down
prepared chocolate cake
Rice Krispies cereal
dark chocolate candy melts
Step 1. Crumb your cake. I prefer to do it by hand, as I think using a food processor or stand mixer can make the consistency too fine.
Step 2. I combined a small amount of chocolate frosting with a generous helping of Nutella. Unfortunately, I dont have exact measurements, but go with your gut until you get an even combination of consistency and flavor. Then fold that into the crumbs. Note: Nutella is very rich, so start off by adding small amounts of this mixture. You can always add more mixture if the crumbs are too dry, but there is no turning back from a saturated crumb mix.
Step 3. Once you get your desired crumb mix consistency, fold in the Rice Krispies. Add as much as youd like for however crunchy youd like the pops. I wouldnt add too much as the individual Krispies create some logistical problems (discussed in the Step 5). For a full cake, Id use about 1 cup of ceral.
Step 4. Roll the cake balls. Make sure they are formed firmly. If they are too soft, they will fall apart in the following steps.
Step 5. Dip the tip of your lollipop stick and insert it into the pop. As I mentioned in Step 3, the Krispies can cause some logistical problems they make it challenging to drive the stick straight through. Looking at the pop on the right, you can see how it split apart after I put the stick in it. If this happens dont despair! Drizzle some melted chocolate in the cracks, then squish the ball back into shape and let it chill for a few minutes.
Step 6. Dipping the pops. I usually dip the pop in the chocolate, spin it around to get it evenly coated, then tap off the excess. However, with the Krispies in there, it made the cake ball a little weaker, and itd fall off the stick, as shown below. While this isnt a cute look for a party, my hubby was happy to taste test the bloopers. For these pops, I found the best technique was to insert the pop in the bowl, and spoon chocolate all around it, then lightly tap it to get the excess off.
And there you have it!
Word to the wise: this is not a recipe you can make too far in advance. I made them at pm, and by pm at the party, the Krispies lost their crunch, having absorbed the moisture inside of the cake pop.
No pressure, but now you only have days to prepare for the next World Nutella Day how do you like to use scrumptious spread?
Calling all Avengers fans! It’s the movie we’ve all been waiting for since the announcement of the future Marvel films that are to be released in the coming years. Captain America: Civil War is finally hitting North American theaters this Friday! I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it! But why try to hide it when I can share it with all of you beautiful people?!
In honor of the new film, we’ll be making Captain America cake pops, designed and decorated to resemble Steve Rogers’ shield! These cake pops are extremely moist and doughy, they taste just like cake batter! Yes, it might have something to do with the fact that I used Funfetti cake mix, but I’m not complaining. 😛
You can use any cake to make these cake pops. If you have your own favorite recipe, try it out! Otherwise, boxed recipes work great too. And you’ll need a tub of vanilla frosting, as well as red, white, and blue chocolate melts.
My two recommendations for these cake pops are to 1) let the cake cool to room temperature and 2) place the cake balls in the freezer to chill, but make sure they’re not frozen. If this doesn’t make sense completely, watch the video above to find out what I mean!
If you have any other suggestions for future dessert ideas or treats you’d like to see on PLB, let me know in the comments!
- One baked cake (boxed cake mix works perfectly)
- One tub creamy vanilla frosting
- White chocolate candy melts
- Blue chocolate candy melts
- Red chocolate candy melts
- Lollipop sticks
- Large bowl
- Small baking sheet
- Wax paper
- Ziploc or piping bag
- Foam block
- Using the top of a lollipop stick, poke holes, about two inches apart, into the foam block. Set aside.
- Cut cake into four squares. Make sure baked cake has cooled to room temperature before cutting.
- Pick up two sections at a time and rub them together over the large bowl to make cake crumbs (it’s like grating cheese).
- Scoop out an entire can of frosting and use your hands to mix it into the cake crumbs. It should be a dough-like consistency.
- Roll a small amount of cake mixture into a cake ball, about an inch thick. Think the size of a golf ball. Place onto wax lined baking sheet. (If they aren’t perfectly rounded because they’re a bit sticky, they can be rolled again after taking them out of the freezer)
- Put baking sheet in freezer for about 30 minutes.
- Melt red chocolate melts in a microwave safe bowl in 30 second increments at 50% power until completely melted.
- Once cake balls are chilled, give an additional roll to the cake balls so they’re nice and smooth.
- Dip the tip of the lollipop sticks, about ½ inch deep, into the red chocolate and insert into the cake balls. The red chocolate will harden and acts as a glue to make sure the cake balls stay on when dipping into the various colors of chocolate. Put cake balls back onto baking sheet.
- Place wax lined baking sheet in freezer again for 5 minutes.
- Remove baking sheet and dip each cake pop entirely into the red chocolate, making sure the red chocolate touches all the way to the stick.
- Allow excess red chocolate to drip off back into the bowl. Place cake pops in foam block to let the red chocolate set for at least 15 minutes.
- Melt white chocolate melts using the same method as earlier.
- Dip the top of the cake pops, making sure an exterior ring of red is visible when looking directly above the cake pops.
- Place back into foam block and let white chocolate harden for 15 minutes.
- Scoop some of the white chocolate into a piping bag or a Ziploc bag. If using a Ziploc bag, cut a small hole in the corner of the bag. Pipe on small stars, about the size of a dime or a bit smaller, onto the wax lined baking sheet. Allow white chocolate stars to harden.
- Reheat red chocolate melts in microwave for 30 second at 50% power if need be.
- Dip the top of the cake pops, less than the amount used for the white chocolate. Make sure a white rim is visible outside the new red chocolate. Allow excess to drip off back into the red chocolate.
- Place back on foam block and let the red chocolate set for 15 minutes.
- Remove white chocolate stars from the wax paper by going underneath and gently popping them off the wax paper.
- Melt blue chocolate melts using the same method as earlier.
- Dip the top of the cake pops, in the center of the newest red chocolate circle. Make sure the newest red circle is still visible when looking directly on top of the cake pop.
- Place one white chocolate star directly in the center of the blue chocolate. The star will harden in with the blue chocolate.
- Put cake pops back onto foam block to let the blue chocolate set completely.
- Bon appétit!
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My daughter's favorite Avengers character is The Hulk. I'm not quite sure if it's because he's green and towers over his fellow superheroes, or if it's just because he likes to smash everything to bits. Either way, I must agree that he is pretty awesome. In anticipation of MARVEL's The Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to theaters on May 1st, we made some Hulk Cake Pops together for a girl's night!!
To make these cake pops, you'll need:
Cake Mix - any flavor! (You 'll also need the additional ingredients listed on the box)
Green Candy Melts
Black Writing Gel
Cake Pop Maker
- In a mixing bowl combine the cake mix ingredients as directed.
- Twist Oreo's apart and place the side with the least amount of frosting on it into a plastic bag. (You want to use the non-frosted sides, otherwise the Hulk pops will have more of an aged look with white "hair" showing through)
- Let the kids go Hulk-wild and SMASH those Oreo's to crumbs (you could also use a food processor, but acting like the Hulk is more fun!!). While the kids are smashing Oreo's, take a break and enjoy the frosted Oreo sides with a glass of cold milk.
I prefer to make cake pops with a cake pop maker. Using a cake pop maker gives the pops a cake texture and are made in about minutes. However, if you don't have a cake pop maker, don't worry!! Simply bake your cake in a 9x13 pan. Let it cool after baking, then channel your inner Hulk and SMASH that cake up!! Mix in some frosting, and form cake balls with your hands.
Melt a few pieces of candy melts and dip one end of the candy stick in it. Then, push the candy stick into the cake pop. Place the cake pop stick side up in a cake pop stand or in a container and place in the freezer for a few minutes. The chocolate will help give the cake pop stability and keep the stick in place while dipping.
Heat up more candy melts according to package directions. Dip the cake pops into the candy melts, then hold and turn the pop over the bowl to let the excess drip off. Once it cools enough, you can stand the pop up on a cake pop stand or in some styrofoam to set. Repeat for all the cake pops.
Add a little bit of melted candy melt on the top of the Hulk's head where you want the hair to go. Sprinkle some crushed Oreo over the candy melt until you get the coverage you want. The smaller the Oreo crumbs, the better.
Use some black writing gel to draw a Hulk face, and your Hulk cake pops are done! These cake pops are fun to share at Hulk or Avenger-themed birthday parties, or just for fun. My daughter and I enjoyed making these together at our Avenger-themed girl's night!!