Do cake pops need to be covered?
Wrap the Cake Pops 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.
How do you stick fondant to cake pops?
However just to answer your question, yes you can cover cake pops with fondant . Cut a cirlce of fondant bigger than the cake pop , brush the pop with a little water and wrap it in the fondant circle, smoothing the cut edges underneath.
How do you package cake pops for delivery?
Place a small section of tissue paper in the bottom of the box and lay pops (always in treat bags) in alternating directions. Depending on the size, I can get 3-4 in each box. When you close the box, the tissue they’re wrapped in will keep them secure. You just don’t want them moving around in the box.
Can you freeze cake pops before dipping?
Q: Can I make my cake balls ahead of time and freeze them until ready to dip? Absolutely. Just be sure to freeze them in an airtight container. Also, when you pull them out to defrost be sure there is no condensation on the cake ; if there is, simply dab off with a paper towel.
How long do you chill cake pops before dipping?
Refrigerate for 2 hours or freeze for 1 hour . Re-roll the chilled balls to smooth out, if needed. Place back into the fridge as you’ll only work with a couple at a time. Melt the coating in a 2-cup liquid measuring cup (best for dunking!).
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 I use jam to stick fondant on cake?
Prepare the cake by spreading a thin layer of jam on the top of your marzipan or buttercream layer so the fondant will stick . A marble slab is ideal for rolling out fondant . Otherwise, ensure you have a clean, dry work surface.
Can I cover a cake with fondant without buttercream?
Probably not. The fondant really needs the buttercream to adhere to and give a nice smooth finish. You could try covering the cake with piping gel, but that wouldn’t have the best flavor and you’d have an extremely sticky surface that you could t work with.
Can you cover cake pops with royal icing?
You can add sprinkles at this point, if you want your cake pop to be covered in sprinkles. Keep a Styrofoam block ready to keep the cake pop upright. It will set in about 5 minutes. After it sets, you can use royal icing to make decorations on the cake pop .
How can I ship cake pops without melting them?
Try Express Mail through USPS (overnight service for around $25). Use a thermal/cooler bag (try Uline) with 2 or 3 ice packs/bricks. Add ice packs to bottom of the bag and cover with excelsior or (not so eco-friendly) styro peanuts. Put your boxed pops in the thermal bag…
How much do cake pops cost 2020?
Basic Cake Pops ; one cake flavor, dipped in one color only, no design- $30 per dozen – 2 dozen min. Cake Pops with multiple colors (2), stripes or sprinkled; one cake flavor, two colors-start at $33 per dozen- +$3 per additional color, per dozen- 2 dozen min.
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 .
Can you leave cake pops out overnight?
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.