vickymacalla Posted 23 Jan 2013 , 2:31pm
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Hi,

 

Sorry if this has been asked before...I did have a look but couldn't find the answer anywhere....

 

I am going to make some rose topped cake pops for my friend's birthday, it will be my first attemp at them. Due to restricted time, I don't really have time to mould flowers from chocolate or fondant or anything.

 

I was wondering....would I be able to cover the cake pops in melted chocolate/candy coating, and then pipe roses on top from buttercream? Or does buttercream not work here?

 

I am very open to other suggestions :)

 

Thanks,

Vicky

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LovelyCakes4Us Posted 27 Jan 2013 , 7:04am
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AI wouldn't think so unless it was decorators buttercream? I would think that a thick royal icing would word best for you. HTH

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