Cake Pops are easily a crowd pleaser and for anyone who has leftover red velvet cake, this Watermelon Cake Pop recipe is delicious.
Even if you do not have any left over red velvet cake, it is easy to recreate the mix in a few simple steps. Once you have your cake baked and ready to turn into pops, you can add chocolate chips to act as seeds. Place the rounded ball onto a stick, then dip the cake balls into a cream cheese frosting that is a mixture of cream cheese, butter, sugar, sour cream and vanilla.
Finally dip the pops into a melted green and white chocolate mix and paint on dark green lines with a clean Q-tip, to give it that authentic watermelon look.
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The ‘Watermelon Cake Pops’ are Adorably Delicious
- By: Cody TurnerAug 8, 2012