Tuesday, May 15, 2012

CakePops

Was kann man aus einem langweiligen fertigen Rührkuchen mit Marzipangeschmack machen?

  What can you do with a boring finished cake with marzipan flavour?

CakePops!
CakePops 1    wesens-art.blogspot.com
 Die Schokoglasur vom Kuchen wegschneiden und den Kuchen in eine Schüssel zerbröseln. Eine halbe Tafel Zartbitter-Schokolade (ca. 50 g) im Wasserbad schmelzen und mit 100 g Butter schaumig rühren. Dann 100 g Puderzucker untermischen und mit den Kuchenbröseln verrühren. Sollte der so entstandene Teig zu weich sein, noch etwas Puderzucker zufügen. 
Aus dieser Masse dann ca. 30 - 35 Kugeln mit einem Durchmesser von ca. 3 cm formen und auf Backpapier für 20 Minuten ins Eisfach legen.
Nur den Rest der Schokolade im Wasserbad schmelzen und Holzstäbchen (ich habe welche aus einem Cafe bekommen, mit denen man eigentlich den Coffee to Go umrührt) ca. 1 cm darin eintauchen. Diese Holzstäbchen werden jetzt in die Teigkugeln gesteckt und für ca. 30 Minuten in den Kühlschrank gelegt.
Für die Glasur habe ich weiße und Zartbitter Schokolade genommen. Diese wird auch wieder im Wasserbad erhitzt, dann die Kugeln am Stäbchen eintauchen und gut abtropfen lassen.
Kurz antrocknen lassen und weiter nach Belieben dekorieren.
(Ich habe Zuckerperlen und -Herzen verwendet und die Schmetterlinge sind aus Marshmellow-Fondant)

Cut away the chocolate coating of the cake and crumble the cake into a bowl.
Melt 50g bittersweet chocolate in a hot water bath and stir with 100 g of butter until foamy.
Mix it with 100g icing sugar and then with the cake crumbs. If the resulting dough is too soft, add some icing sugar.

Shape about 30-35 balls with a diameter of about 3 cm and place them on baking sheet in the freezer for 20 minutes.

Again melt some bittersweet chocolate in a hot water bath und dip wooden sticks (I get that from a cafe, which is really stirs the coffee to go) about 1 cm in it.
Then put wooden sticks into the dough balls and place for about 30 minutes in the refrigerator.

For the icing I used white and dark chocolate. Melt it in a hot water bath and dip the CakePops in it. Let it dry briefly and then decorate as desired.
CakePops 2    wesens-art.blogspot.com
Auch toll für eine Kinderparty!
Also great for a kids party!

Und sie schmecken wie Pralinen, nicht wie Kuchen!!!
And they taste like pralines, not like cake!

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24 comments:

  1. These look so yummy! I would love for you to share this at my link party
    http://thewinthropchronicles.blogspot.com/2012/05/share-it-link-party-11.html

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  2. LOVE IT!!! At first I thought maybe they were going to be ''play'' food. They look to perfect to eat. haha

    Thanks so much for sharing at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

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  3. These are so cute! And they look so professional! Thanks for linking up at Well Crafted Wednesdays!

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  4. They look nice, pass one over! What a good way to use up cake.

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  5. hi! mmmmmmmhhh....die sehen wirklich sehr süß aus....eine tolle idee...liebe grüße nico

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  6. These are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your cake pops at Project Queen's Link Party.

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  7. Yes please! Thanks so much for sharing this week at our Pin'inspiration Party. Fab, fab, project. C:

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  8. Hopping over here from Delicately Constructed Friday. These are adorable!

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  9. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing. I found you on Happy Hour Projects and I'm now a follower; would love if you could follow back. Tx

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  10. You are so talented, and these look amazing!!!

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  11. Great work. I'm sure this took a lot of work, and you have a lot of talent. Jodi @ www.meaningfulmama.com

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  12. Those look super cute and delicious as well!

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  13. They look so yummy! Thanks for linking up with me today!

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  14. Those are so cute. Wow! I hope you link up today at The Gathering Spot. http://mamaldiane.com/?p=6199 Have a wonderful day. Diane

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  15. Cute! Thanks for the tutorial on how to make them! Thanks for sharing with us at Link It Up Thursday.

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  16. Yum these look & sound delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday Round Up!
    -Kayla :)

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  17. These look delicious!! We are so glad to have you join us for our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday". See you again next week!! -The Sisters

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  18. I would love for you to come by and share this post on the Creative Corner Hop. The linky party starts on Monday and stays open all week.

    Sandy
    Cherished Handmade Treasures

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  19. These are so stinking cute! Thanks for linking up to the Creative Corner Blog Hop.

    Holly
    http://hollysstampingaddiction.blogspot.com/

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  20. So cute and delicious looking! Thank you for sharing them at Sharing Saturday!! I hope you are having a wonderful week!!

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