How do you store finished cake pops?
You can leave your cake pops at room temperature for up to a week. If you want to store your cake pops for 2 weeks to 1 month, place them in a airtight container in the fridge. If you want to store your cake pops for 1-3 months, place them in large plastic bags in your freezer.
Do you need to refrigerate cake pops?
Refrigeration is not typically required for cake balls (unless you are using a perishable frosting). Refrigerating your cake balls / pops can cause condensation on the coating and this moisture will cause the coating to become sticky. Store them in a cool, dry place and they should be fine!
Do cake pops go bad?
Cake Pops can be left at normal room temperature for 7-10 days. They last up to 2 weeks in a air tight container. Because the outside is Chocolate they don’t do well in humidity.
Why are my cake pops cracking?
The most common reason why cake pops crack is because the temperature of the cake ball and the frosting you applied to it was too great. More often than not, the coating will have been too hot and the cake ball will have been too cold, although vice versa can happen.
Can you leave cake pops in the fridge overnight before dipping?
Do allow refrigerated cake balls to warm up and candy coating to cool down before dipping . The closer to room temperature both are, the better. Don’t dip cold cake pops into too-warm candy coating or you ‘ll get cracks.
Can you store cake pops at room temp?
Storing Cake Pops at Room Temperature After you have made your cake pops completely, dipping and decorating them to perfection, you can simply leave them at room temperature for 1-2 days. Cake pops will actually look the best (with no chance of condensation forming on the chocolate) when they are kept at room temp .
How do you store cake pops before dipping?
The best way to keep your cake pops fresh is by vacuum sealing them before placing them in the freezer. This will help them retain their moist texture without becoming soggy. But if you don’t have a vacuum sealer like this at home, no worries. You can wrap each cake pop in plastic wrap, then again in aluminum foil.
What can I use instead of candy melts for cake pops?
The only substitute for candy melts would be chocolate. If you set out to make cake balls without candy melts , you will need to mix 1 tbsp vegetable oil for every 1 cup chocolate chips.
How long do cake pops last at room temperature?
How do you transport cake pops?
If you don’t have a cake pop holder to present your cake pops . Consider using the styrofoam block to carry your pops around. You can wrap the block in gift wrapping paper first. OR use mini cupcake liners and put each pop on a liner in a tray.
How do you pack cake pops?
Take two sheets of a plain color tissue paper, crumple them up individually, and lightly pack them into the bottom of the box. This will provide some extra cushion for the cake pops . Arrange your cake pops in a single layer.
What do you do if you put too much icing in cake pops?
There’s no need to be so frosting happy! Going overboard can cause your cake balls to fall of the sticks. The best rule of thumb is to start out with a small amount of icing and slowly add more until your mix reaches the consistency of clay. In my basic cake pop recipes, I use 1/3 to 1/2 cup of frosting .
Why do cake pops leak oil?
Cake pops also leak oil if the cake itself is particularly wet. This can be a result of adding too much frosting, or by using a really dense cake recipes that call for a lot of eggs or oil (chocolate cake seems to give me the worst leaking problems).
How do you fix mushy cake pops?
Solution: Too much icing makes cake pops mushy and gives the truffles a grainy texture. I don’t like them, so I substitute the frosting with a creamy smooth ganache to bind the cake crumble. The end result is luxurious without the grainy texture.