These Christmas Cake Pops are going to create a buzz this holiday season. Whether you are looking for a dessert centerpiece for your holiday table or looking for a fun food gift to hand out to friends and family, these are it!
Do you want to learn how to make these Christmas Cake Pops? Cake pops have become a very popular treat over the last several years and for good reason. They are lots of fun to make and can look as fun or as elegant as you choose. These particular cake pops are shaped like Christmas trees and they are adorable!
If you want to wow your friends and family, these Christmas Cake pops will do just that! You can wrap each one individually and present them as a gift or even place them into a vase or jar as you would a bouquet of flowers. There is no wrong answer as to what to do with these Christmas Cake Pops.
Have you ever made Christmas Cake Pops before? If you said no to that, you are really going to love making these the first time! Just be sure and call the kids in, because they definitely don’t want to miss this fun holiday baking project.
WHY IT WORKS:
- They are festive and fun, perfect for the upcoming holidays.
- They make great holiday decorations.
- These Christmas Cake Pops are an excellent food gift idea!
- I love the Christmas Tree Designs on these, but honestly, you can decorate them however you choose.
- Use any flavor cake mix that you want!
- Use your favorite box cake mix.
- Be sure that the cake has cooled completely before you start the process to make cake pops.
- Add small amounts of frosting at a time to your cooled cake crumbles. You don’t want it too wet.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO MAKE CHRISTMAS CAKE POPS
Cake mix, prepared and baked in 2 8-inch round pans
¾ cup store-bought frosting, vanilla
2 sticks butter, softened
4 cups confectioners’ sugar
4-5 tbsp milk
1 tsp moss green gel food coloring
1-2 oz. yellow fondant
20-24 lollipop/cake pop sticks
Yields: 20-24 cake pops
HOW TO MAKE CHRISTMAS CAKE POPS
Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
Ensure that your cake has cooled before beginning the cake pop process. In a large bowl, break your cake up into little bits. You may even use a food processor to do this.
Add frosting into your crumbled cake and mix thoroughly. You’ll want the consistency of semi-wet sand, but don’t make it too wet or else it will not set.
Start rolling your frosted cake into 2-3 inch balls then shaping them into cones, so that they start to take the form of a Christmas tree. Insert a lollipop stick from the top and place gently on your lined baking sheet.
Chill the cake pops in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
Place wax paper on a clean working surface. Separate your yellow fondant into 20-24 spheres, about ½ an inch in size. Shape each one into a star. Lay gently on wax paper.
Using an electric mixer, beat together butter, confectioners’ sugar and milk until smooth. Add food coloring and mix until completely tinted. Place in the piping bag.
Remove cake pops from the refrigerator and frost each one. Top with sprinkles and place fondant star at the peak of each tree. Enjoy and happy holidays!
Other Holiday Recipes You’ll Love
- Cinnamon Pecans + Recipe Video
- Lemon Crinkle Cookies
- Easy Homemade Biscuits
- Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels + Recipe Video
- Hershey Kiss Pretzels
- Santa Belt Cake + Recipe Video
Take a look at all Christmas Related Recipes!
Christmas Cake Pops
- Cake mix prepared and baked in 2 8-inch round pans
- ¾ cup store-bought frosting vanilla
- 2 sticks butter softened
- 4 cups confectioners’ sugar
- 4-5 tbsp milk
- 1 tsp moss green gel food coloring
- 1-2 oz. yellow fondant
- 20-24 lollipop/cake pop sticks