How to make Creepy Eyeball Cake-pops! Homemade Halloween treats.

It is now Halloween week! And following on from my Halloween treats post, I thought I would share another fun Halloween recipe! This time it’s eyeball cakepops!

As with some of the previous recipes, I found this one on BBC food website. I love this site for all kinds of recipes, there’s literally everything on there!

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Here’s what you’ll need

100g/4oz madeira cake
100g Oreo cookie
100g bar milk chocolate, melted
200g bar white chocolate, melted
icing pens
10 wooden skewers

And this is what you do

  • Break the Madeira cake and cookies into the bowl of a food processor, pour in the melted milk chocolate and whizz to combine.
  • Tip the mixture into a bowl, then use your hands to roll into about 10 walnut-sized balls. Chill for 2 hrs until really firm.
  • Push a skewer into each ball, then carefully spoon the white chocolate over the cake balls to completely cover. Chill again until the chocolate has set.
  • Decorate!

 

Happy Halloween!

Until next time.

XOX

19 thoughts on “How to make Creepy Eyeball Cake-pops! Homemade Halloween treats.

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  1. I love cake pops! Totally love this one and it’s so easy to make too! I didn’t find it creepy, it’s so cute actually! What a great idea for a Halloween cake pop xx

    Mary

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  2. These look so great! I just had a party and these would have been loved! Saving for next time!

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  3. Adorable! Also slightly creepy! I really want to try these now. I think I could actually manage cake pops!

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  4. These are so fun for a Halloween themed party – or if you just want to make something a little special at home to make up for the fact that we’re not heading out to enjoy many get-togethers (or any get-togethers) this year lol I love that they sound super easy. As a HUGE Halloween fan, I’ll have to give them a try.

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