How Do I Get This Effect On My Cake Pops?

Decorating By MariaK38 Updated 23 Jun 2014 , 3:45pm by cakefancier

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MariaK38 Posted 23 Jun 2014 , 10:27am
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Good morning!  I've been asked to make cake pops like these and I'm not sure the best way to get the chocolate "wool" effect.  Also, I can't figure out how they got the ears on there, if it's just more chocolate or if it's a flat piece dipped and attached.  What do you guys think?  Any tips would be great!  Thanks!

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winniemog Posted 23 Jun 2014 , 11:14am
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AIt looks like white chocolate that is melted but quite cool, which is then applied to the pop with a brush or spoon, using the implement to "pull" the coolish melted chocolate away from the pop, giving a woollen effect, The ears look like more of the same, maybe built up with a little more chocolate.

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Norasmom Posted 23 Jun 2014 , 12:28pm
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You could also use coconut mixed into the white chocolate.

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Relznik Posted 23 Jun 2014 , 1:36pm
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They're so cute.


It just looks like stippled white choc or royal icing to me....

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cakefancier Posted 23 Jun 2014 , 3:45pm
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It looks like melted white candy melts piped on.  you melt the candy, put it in a parchment bag that's already fitted with a decorating tip, probably a 1 or a 2 at most, and then pipe it on the cake pop.

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