biscuits? Well this week I went back to for more but for a slightly different challenge...decorating cake pops! Cake pops have been on my radar for a while now as it seems to be a craze that has taken off in London. I follow the hugely talented Pop Bakery on just about everything (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter...) Their cake pops look just amazing, they truely are little works of art. After decorating some this week I have even more admiration for them because the whole process seems so time consuming. I have Clare O'Connell's book 'Pop Party' and I'm looking at designs for a cake pop party we're planning when all the family are down for Christmas!
candy melt!! The pops were put back in the fridge to chill then we dipped the fixed ball into our chosen coating. Back in the fridge and then we added another coat and decorated before they dried.
I made it my mission to decorate every pop I did differently! It wasn't hard as we had a great selection of decorations to choose from. Reuben and Jacob loved them when I brought them home and as you can imagine they didn't last long. They would be great for a kids party though are just as tempting for adults! I can't wait to make more and experiment even further with decorations.
Big thanks again to Glynis from Cakes in France for hosting the cake pop party. You can see some great videos of Clare O'Connell on You Tube like this one demonstrating how to make cake pops.