Solar System Cake Pops

Cooking games for children can be an excellent way to obtain them involved in the kitchen… particularly once it pertains to cakes and also desserts! Here’s a fun method to tempt them into trying something brand-new while learning about astronomy. These tasty world cake-pops are really easy to make and also are a good means to teach your young ones about the solar system, while likewise mirroring them a couple of points around the kitchen.I hope you have as a lot fun via this job as I did!

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1 box of Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ Cake Mix Water, vegetable oil, eggs as directed on the box 1 cup of Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy Frosting Parchment paper 8 paper lollipop sticks 1 bag of candy melts in red, blue, green, yellow, orange, black and white
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Roll mixture right into 1 1/2-inch dimension balls and area on wax paper. Place cake balls in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.
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Using a deep bowl or mug, microwave white candy melts (a handful or sufficient to be able to submerge the pop entirely) in 30-second intervals, stirring in in between. Repeat until totally melted.
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Rerelocate cake balls from the freezer. Dip the pointer of the lollipop stick into the white candy melt and also insert into the cake round, no more than halfway through. Place them back in the freezer.
Microwave each various shade of candy melts individually in a tall, narrowhead container. Dip one cake pop right into its particular shade one at a time (for instance, Mars would be dipped in the red candy melt). You can tap off the excess by holding the stick through one hand also while tapping with your free hand also.
To make Saturn’s ring, sindicate microwave oselection melts, create a circle on parchment paper and also freeze till prepared to usage. Use a knife to form and also fit roughly the cake ball.
Final:Mercury: Gray (Use white and also black candy melts)Venus: YellowEarth: Blue with green swirlMars: RedJupiter: OrangeSaturn: Yellow with orange ringUranus: BlueNeptune: Blue