Cake Pop

Baking By luv2bake20 Updated 30 Aug 2013 , 1:02pm by Jillchill5

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luv2bake20 Posted 30 Aug 2013 , 12:15pm
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AIm new here and i just started to bake a month ago and my kids loves cake pop so i tried to make it, use the wilton candy melts but unfortunately my kids doesn't like it coz its too sweet. I used store bought cake mix and frosting, the pop cake balls is sweet and the candy melts add more sweetness to it so now I'm looking for a chocolate to use that is not sweet. I find a Unsweetened baker bar at 99 cents store, is anybody here tried to use that? How is it taste? Is it liquidly and easy to work with? Thanks in advance foe your replies:))

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Jillchill5 Posted 30 Aug 2013 , 1:02pm
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AHi Luv2bake20. When making CakePops I tend to use a good quality dark chocolate to cover them - 70% or 75% as this adds just enough 'bitterness' to counteract the sweetness of the pops. Wilton Candy Melts were OK, but I felt gave the pops a slightly artificial aftertaste. Hope of help. J

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