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Sundae Cake Pops



Start with your favorite flavor of cake pops and then dress them up in their sundae attire! The perfect little treat for your perfect birthday party.


Wilton food-crafting supplies

13” x 9” x 2″ Sheet Pan

10” x 16″ Cooling Grid

6″ Lollipop Sticks

Candy Melts Candy: White (48 oz. makes 16 to 18 treats), Orange (12 oz. makes 16 to 18 treats), Yellow (12 oz. makes 16 to 18 treats), Red (12 oz. makes 16 to 18 treats), Blue (12 oz. makes 16 to 18 treats)

Garden Candy Colors Set (pink, green, violet used)

Pops Decorating Stand

12″ Disposable Decorating Bags

Rainbow Nonpareils

Favorite medium-sized (1-1/2″ dia.) cake ball pops recipe

Microwave-safe bowls

Solid vegetable shortening

Food-safe scissors

Cinnamon drops




1.Using your favorite recipe, prepare 1 1/2″ diameter cake ball pops and insert sticks following recipe directions.


1..Separately, melt white, orange, yellow, red, and blue Candy Melts candy in microwave-safe bowls. Reserve 1/2 cup melted white candy.

2.Divide remaining melted white candy equally into 3 bowls. Use candy colors from set to tint pink, green, and violet.

3.Dip cake pops in melted tinted candy. Tap dipped cake pops gently on side of container to smooth and remove excess candy.

4.Place in decorating stand. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 10 to 15 minutes.


1.Use 1/2 teaspoon shortening to thin reserved melted white candy. Transfer to disposable decorating bag. Cut off small point of disposable decorating bag. Use thinned melted white candy to pipe topping and drips on cake pops.

2.Immediately sprinkle with nonpareils and position cinnamon drop. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 5 to 10 minutes.


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