Thanks to Jo Ramsay For this great idea!
Polystyrene block (to dry the pops)
Zip lock bag
Cakepop balls (recipe details below)
Melted white chocolate
Blue and Red mini m&m’s
Cake Pop Recipe:
If you haven’t made cakepops before, here’s a simple basic recipe that I absolutely love:
Step 1: Take your cooked cake (bake it yourself or you can use store bought cake) and crumble it into a bowl. 1 standard cake mix, 1 x 8” cake or a dozen cupcakes is a good amount, depending on how many pops you require (this recipe does about 12 of these popsicles)
Step 2: Take 200ml whipping cream and 200g dark chocolate and microwave for 1 minute intervals until completed combined (approx. 2 minutes total) Stir until there are no lumps.
Step 3: Pour chocolate mixture over your chocolate cake crumbs and stir until all the chocolate mixture has been absorbed and you have a workable chocolate truffle-type mix.
Step 4: If it’s a little soft to work with, refrigerate for 20 minutes prior to use.
This photo originally appeared in FamilyFun Magazine
Photo by emergencyfan2000
Recipe from divinedinnerparty.com
1 (11 oz) can refrigerated breadstick dough
2 slices cheddar cheese, quartered (optional)
8 hot dogs
black mustard seeds
Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
2. If desired, place one cheddar cheese slice on your hot dog. Then wrap each dog to look like a mummy, leaving a open area for the eyes.
3. Cut two tiny slits in the exposed hot dog and insert two black mustard seeds for eyes. If you'd like to give your mummies entire faces, you can cut a little slit for a mouth, which will gape open a bit during cooking.
4. Place mummy dogs on an ungreased baking sheet and bake around 15 minutes, until golden.
5. Serve with plenty of ketchup and mustard and listen to the kids rave about having such Halloween recipes fun.