Easter Egg Cake Pops

Man proposes, God disposes (but makes way for something else 😛 )

So, my plan was to make fluffy bunny-eared cake pops for Easter Sunday. But, my white chocolate decided to throw a tantrum and seized up like nobody’s business.. And then, my cake pop sticks went and got lost 😦

Yes, yes, all in all terrible misfortune for my bunnies. My carefully cut and coloured bunny ears had to be disposed, while I went about thinking of what to do with the cake balls…


Easter Egg Cake Pops



  • Leftover Cake, any variety (I used chocolate cake) – 2 cups, crumbled into fine bits.
  • Frosting, or condensed milk – 1/2 to 3/4 cup
  • Dark chocolate – 100 gms, melted
  • Decoration – Sprinkles, white chocolate, ganache, beads, anything.



  1. Crush the cake into crumbs. It should resemble fine sand.
  2. Add the frosting or condensed milk bit by bit, mixing it with a spoon, and test by scooping some and forming a ball.
  3. The mix should be smooth. Use a scoop or spoon to scoop out small handfuls of cake mix, and make small egg shapes.
  4. Place these on a parchment lined place and refrigerate for 30 mins.
  5. Ready you chocolate by melting it in a microwave, or on a double boiler until smooth and flowy.
  6. Dip each ‘egg’ into the chocolate and cover it well on all sides.
  7. Pick up carefully, and place them on parchment paper, or your decorative surface.
  8. Top with sprinkles, beads, melted chocolate dots, edible glitter, etc..
  9. Chill, and serve



3 Comments Add yours

  1. They look lovely! Happy Easter 🙂


    1. Thank you Freda. Happy Easter to you too 🙂

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      1. Thanks so much 🙂

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