Allow cake pops to dry completely after they have been dipped in wax paper. You can make stripes by dipping a toothpick in the melted candy and drawing the stripes around the ball (I suggest drawing only one half circle at a time since the candy melts very quickly). Continue to decorate as you wish by covering the surface with sprinkles.
Can I Refrigerate Cake Pops Overnight Before Dipping?
If you plan to dip the freshly rolled cake pops in melted almond bark or candy melts, they should remain in the refrigerator for at least two hours. As they are dipped and dried, they will remain firm enough to keep their shape after refrigeration.
What Happens If You Add Too Much Frosting To Cake Pops?
Cake balls can fall off the stick if you don’t add enough frosting to them and thin out the candy coating. Cake balls will be heavy and way down if the chocolate coating is too thick.
How Do You Store Cake Pops Before Dipping?
Pre-made cake pops can be stored in an airtight container lined with a paper towel at the bottom. Cake pops should be placed on top of a paper towel in a single layer, then covered and stored in the fridge for five to seven days.
Can You Dip Cold Cake Pops?
If you are dipping pops, you should allow the cake balls to warm up and the candy coating to cool down before dipping. It is better to use both at room temperature. You will crack if you dip cold cake pops into too-warm candy coating.
Can I Freeze Cake Pops Before Dipping?
You should place the cake pops in the freezer for 15 minutes before dipping them in the ice cream. You can crack them if you dip them in too hot candy melts or if the temperature suddenly changes. If you kept the cake balls in the freezer for more than 15 minutes, they would become too cold.