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Last Updated Saturday May 26 2018 01:47 AM IST

Pep up your date night dinner with these red velvet lovepops

Neeraja Padinharayil
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Preparation Time

1 hour

Cooking Time

0

Serves

20

Calories

Love pops

Cupcakes are no longer fad during this Valentine's season. It is time to get creative and experiment with flavors. Trust us, these velvet cake pops will not fail to surprise your loved ones.

Ingredients

2 cups of red velvet cake scraps

1 cup softened cream cheese

2 cups of white chocolate

30 lollipop sticks

Preparation

Mix the cake scraps with cream cheese in a mixing bowl

Knead gently with your fingers until cream cheese is fully incorporated

Press into silicone molds or roll into balls

Use a mini ice cream scoop to scoop out the mixture so that you will have equal portions and line them into wax paper

Freeze for 15-30 minutes and unmold

Melt white chocolate in microwave until no lumps are left after stirring

Roll the balls in melted chocolate with a fork and coat them evenly

Place it again on wax paper and set them back in fridge until chocolate hardens

Dip one end of the lollipop sticks into the melted chocolate

Push the chocolate-covered end of the sticks into the middle of the cake balls

Dip your cake pops in the melted chocolate

Hold it sideways over the bowl and rotate slowly

Tap the wrist that is holding the pop with the free hand to make the excess chocolate drip off

refrigerate the cake pops for 15 minutes to set properly

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