Glitter Spray is the newest edition to the Cake Decor brand. With this edible glittery lustre in a handy push-pump bottle you can make many cakes and bakes beautiful.
We’ve made these simple cake pops. They are so easy but look fantastic. You can make these too in a few simple steps!
To make these cake pops you will need:
• Cake! – you can bake your own, buy cake mix in a box or even just a shop-bought sponge (shhh, we won’t tell anyone!)
• Buttercream or frosting – again, make your own or buy some ready-made
• A bag of Candy melts or chocolate drops (any colour, but we used white)
• White pearl sprinkles
• Cake Decor Glitter Spray – in Gold and Silver
• A baking tray lined with greaseproof paper
• Cake pop sticks
Step 1: take your cake and crumble into small crumbs in a bowl using your hands
Step 2: Add a small amount of buttercream or frosting and mix again with your hands to combine – be careful not to use too much frosting, you want it to just stick together, not to turn into cake mush!
Step 3: Now form your cake pops – scoop out small amounts (you could use an ice cream scoop to get consistent sizes) and roll into balls with your hands. Place balls onto your lines baking tray and place into the fridge or freezer to set
Step 4: Melt your Candy melts in a bowl following the instructions. Remove your balls from the fridge or freezer and dip a cake pop stick into the melted chocolate and insert into one of the balls, repeat for all cake pops
Step 5: Once all sticks have been inserted, dip each cake pop fully into the melted chocolate and allow the excess to drip off
Step 6: While the chocolate is still wet, dip the top of the cake pop into some white pearls and stand upright to dry – you can use a piece of covered Styrofoam to insert the sticks into or a cake pop holder, or even use a glass to hold the cake pops, just make sure they don’t move and touch each other.
Step 7: Once set, take the lid off your Glitter Spray and spray onto the cake pops from approximately 10cm away. Spray until you achieve your desired effect