The boys from In the Playroom Blog made a delicious puff pastry pizza. I prefer puff pastry pizza to the normal bases.
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- baked cake
- lolly sticks
As I said we had lots of left over pieces of chocolate cake. I measured out 350grams and let the kids break it up into crumbs. They really loved this, sadly my kitchen floor did not love it so much...not an activity if you are very house proud!
We made up some butter cream using 100g of butter and 200g of icing sugar.
We mixed the butter cream into the cake crumbs and then moulded the cake into small balls.
The kids really loved doing this too!
I then melted 50g of chocolate in a bowl over a pan of hot water. I dipped the lolly sticks into the chocolate and then stuck them into the cake balls. I then put them into the fridge for an hour or so.
Finally we covered the the cake pops with chocolate. In theory you are supposed to dip the cake pops into the melted chocolate but we found ours were a little too crumbly (as always) so we dribbled the chocolate on the top. Then we sprinkled them with hundreds and thousands for decoration. We left them to set propped up in an old egg box.
I'm much better at making cakes than cake pops, but the kids had lots of messy fun making these. They had fun eating them too.
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