Get your cake pops right. Check out the following tips to help you out.
Be sure to use tools. For instance, a cake pop pan can make it a lot easier for you to come up with cake pops.
Prepare your tools
If you want to make cake pops, have your supplies and tools—every last bit, you’ll use—ready and at hand. That way, when you start, you won’t have to waste time searching for your tools. Besides, delays in following the recipe could critically affect the taste of the pops. If you don’t want that to happen, then have the tools—from your whisks and bowls from your cake pop pan to your sticks, already.
Be careful with your ingredients
If you’re planning on skimping on the ingredients, don’t. That’s going to be a huge mistake, Berries says. Cheap ingredients can change the taste of the pops. The result will be so much more worth it if you shop for the right ingredients instead of making do with cheap ones.
Read through the recipe
Before you get started, make sure you read through the recipe. Finish it before you attempt to bake. Sometimes, instructions may not be clearly stated or may not be chronologically arranged. Get to the end of the recipe and check if you’ve understood it right before you begin.
Make it a habit to sift through the flour and baking powder about two or three times before you make a cake. Don’t do this when you plan on baking a pastry or bread, though. Sifting through your powder and flour will give your cakes light and even texture. It’s also going to prevent air pockets the size of peas from forming in the crumbs. That’s ideal, and one way to keep your cake pops looking perfect.