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Playing Card Cake Pops

Cake pops have taken the baking world by storm, and folks are creating wild and wonderful varied designs. Why not have some at your casino party- some card cake pops are off from the traditional circular shape and can provide you with a wonderful challenge.


– 1 plain vanilla cake (bought from a store or made before the cake pops)

– 1 can of frosting

– Glace icing

– powdered sugar

– Water

– Black and red icing pens


– Long lolly sticks (as in an exceedingly chupa chup lolly stick not an lollipop stick)

– kitchen appliance

– Cake pop stand

– bowl

– Spoon


Take the cake and cut it up, placing the chunks into the kitchen appliance. Blend the cake up until it’s nothing quite an oversized amount of very fine cake crumbs. Pour the crumbs into a bowl. Very gradually begin to feature frosting to the crumbs. Mix the frosting in to the crumbs using your fingers, and persevere adding until the mixture becomes like clay.

Now, here is where ordinarily you’d begin to create the traditional ball like cake pops. Not this time! Use a kitchen utensil, kitchen utensil or something almost like cut out thick rectangular shapes, around 2-3cm in thickness. Place each rectangle on to a plate and so leave within the fridge to sit back for ages.

Whilst the pops are chilling, create your glace icing, by adding a touch water to some powdered sugar, over and over until the icing is within the right sized quantity and also the right consistency- this is often a private choice, so just keep making it until you’re proud of the number. However, it’s recommended that because the cake pops get on my feet right, the icing mustn’t be too runny!

Take the pops out of the fridge- now could be the time to pop them (pardon the pun) onto their sticks! Take a lolly stick and dip the top of it within the glace icing- you don’t need much, but this may act because the “glue” that keeps the pop on the stick! Gently push the stick into the pop then change the cake pop stand! Repeat until you have got done this for all of the pops and have row upon row of blank rectangle pops!


This can get messy but it’ll be worthwhile, and is extremely simple to do! you’ll bed one among two ways.

1) Coat the rectangles in your plain white glace icing and leave to dry. Then, using your red and black icing pens, ice different symbols onto the rectangles. One could have a red heart, another could have a black ace then on.

2) Coat the rectangles in your plain white glace icing and leave to dry. Then, using your red and black icing pens, if you’re a touch more ambitious, ice on the total design of a playing card! It’s intricate and requires a gradual hand but looks incredibly effective!

Once decorated, leave all the icing to line before serving at your party!

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