Discolouring Cake Pop Sticks...

Decorating By Snowflakebunny23 Updated 13 Jan 2016 , 6:43pm by -K8memphis

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Snowflakebunny23 Posted 13 Jan 2016 , 1:49pm
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Hi all.  I made a batch of chocolate fudge cake pops last thursday and wrapped them up in cellobags.  The event they were for was at the weekend but I have a few leftover.  I just went to munch on one (nom nom) and noticed that the stick has discoloured and gone a bit of a brown-y colour - like it has absorbed the chocolate moisture from the cake pop and it's slowly working its way down the stick.  Have you ever seen this before?  And any ideas on how to stop it happening?

The sticks are are like a paper-type material (although not hollow like a straw).  The normal cake pop stick you can buy here in the UK.  I guess that the plastic ones wouldn't have the same problem but I like the feel of the papery ones more...

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-K8memphis Posted 13 Jan 2016 , 6:43pm
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idk -- dip it in wax maybe or eat faster relaxed.png

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