Chocolate cake pops with nuts

10 min


10 persons




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Borges recipe - chocolate cake pops with nuts


  • * Sponge cake (you can use any leftover cake or cake crumbs or buy fairy cakes)
  • * 1 tub of cream cheese or chocolate spread
  • * 1 bar of cooking chocolate
  • * A handful of almonds, walnuts, pistachios or hazelnuts—any of these nuts are fine
  • * Lollipop or brochette sticks

Step by step

  1. Step 1

    First put the sponge cake into a bowl and crumble it up into small pieces. To make the balls, mix the cake crumbs with a few spoonfuls of cream cheese or chocolate spread (or both) until you have a malleable mixture you can shape into balls. Make sure the balls aren’t too big or heavy for the sticks and put in the fridge (2 hours) or freezer (20 minutes).
    Break up the chocolate and melt over a low heat. Crush the nuts.
    Dip the end of the stick into the chocolate and then push it about halfway into the cake ball. Now dip the ball into the chocolate until it is evenly covered. Take it out, wait for it to stop dripping and put the bottom of the stick into a base to keep it upright. Before the chocolate dries, sprinkle the nuts on top. Repeat with all the cake pops and then put them back in the fridge to make sure the decoration sets.

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