Valentine’s Day Cake Pops

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These Valentine’s Day Cake Pops are absolutely delicious and so easy to put together! And if you ask me better than the ones you can buy. 

Not to mention it will be an amazing opportunity to get your kids involved in making something fun and yummy in the kitchen together creating memories that will last a lifetime! 

Mama, you will look back on these moments and you will want them back, so cherish those moments and look for opportunities to create memories together. And these Valentine's Day Cake Pops help you to do just that without a ton of fuss and no baking required! Hello….WINNING!

And look at how fabulous these Valentine's Day Cake Pops are!

Just 3 simple ingredients mama! That’s it! Super simple… 

If you are looking for more easy Valentine's Day treats you have to try these UNDONE CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES they are absolutely delicious! Not only an easier way to make chocolate covered strawberries it is an elevated way too! Such a classy look!

Now lets get making those Valentine's Day Cake Pops!

Here is how you do it:

Ingredients for Valentine's Day Cake Pops

  • My Valentines Hostess cakes -1 box – 10 cakes 
  • 8 oz of cream cheese softened 
  • Chocolate melts
  • Sprinkles or toppings  – like crushed pretzels, nuts or coconut 

Ok so that is 4 ingredients when you include toppings! Wether you count that as 3 or 4, you will love how easy and delicious these Valentine's Day Cake Pops are!

Love this sheet pan set HERE that I am using for these Valentine's Day Cake Pops if you are looking for a new set. This set has 3 sizes perfect for baking and sheet pan dinners for small or big families! 

Instructions for Valentine's Day Cake Pops

  • Blend together in your KitchenAid or mixer cakes and softened cream cheese 
  • Take blended ingredients together and roll into a ball. Making all the balls approximately the same size. I like to use the medium melon ball scooper from this SET HERE to make sure they are all the same size.
  • Pop the cake balls without the chocolate in the freezer to set up for abour 5-7 mins – just put them in there on the lined sheet pan
  • Melt chocolate in microwave checking every 30-45 seconds for it to not burn. Make sure you change the power to 50% this is so important for it not to burn 
  • Dunk each cake ball into melting wafer I use a spoon but could use a toothpick too. 
  • As you dunk them in chocolate, Place them on a lined with parchment paper sheet pan. 
  • While chocolate is still wet, add sprinkles or toppings as desired over top of each one. 
  • Place finished cake pops in freezer for a minimum of 15 mins to let set up

Photo Instructions for Valentine's Day Cake Pops

Take those cakes and cream cheese and blend together in your KitchenAid or mixer.

The cutest little cakes, but honestly it you could use any cakes- so if you cannot locate the seasonal cakes, doesn't have to be Valentines.

Blend together until you get a smooth consistency like this.

Take blended ingredients together and roll into a ball. Making all the balls approximately the same size. I like to use the medium melon ball scooper from this set here

Crazy Busy Mama Tip: I like to a little bit of flour and put it on my hands as i am rolling them into balls so they don’t stick to hands. 

Place cake balls (without chocolate on them) in freezer on sheet pan with parchment paper for about 5-7 mins 

Melt chocolate in microwave checking every 30-45 seconds for it to not burn. Make sure you change the power to 50% this is so important for it not to burn 

Dunk each cake ball into melting wafer I use a spoon but could use a toothpick too. 

As you dunk them in chocolate, Place them on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper.

Then put desired toppings on while the chocolate is still wet.

Place in freezer on sheet pan for 15 minutes

This recipe will make 15-16 cake pops depending on size of ball.

Store leftovers in fridge and take them out one at a time as you enjoy!

These are super tasty and sweet, so I do a half or even maybe a quarter that is enough of a bite for me!

Step by Step Video for Valentines Day Cake Pops

For those of you who love a step by step tutorial here is one just for you!

Also, If you try this fun recipe idea and love it I would so appreciate it if you would leave a comment below and rate the recipe a 5-star to let me know how it was! That helps me know what kind of recipes you want to see more of. So appreciate you! 

Valentine's Day Cake Pops
Valentine's Day Cake Pops

Valentine's Day Cake Pops

this is a fun tasty valentines day treat
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 25 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 16 people
Calories 171 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • Hostess Cakes
  • 8 oz cream cheese softened
  • 12 oz chocolate melts
  • sprinkles

Instructions
 

  • Blend together in your KitchenAid or mixer cakes and softened cream cheese 
  • Take blended ingredients together and roll into a ball. Making all the balls approximately the same size.
  • I like to a little bit of flour and put it on my hands as i am rolling them into balls so they don’t stick to hands. 
  • Place balls without chocolate on them in freezer on sheet pan with parchment paper for about 5-7 mins 
  • Melt chocolate in microwave checking every 30-45 seconds for it to not burn. Make sure you change the power to 50% this is so important for it not to burn 
  • Dunk each cake ball into melting wafer I use a spoon but could use a toothpick too. 
  • As you dunk them in chocolate, Place them on a lined with parchment paper sheet pan. 
  • As chocolate is still wet, add sprinkles or toppings as desired over top of each one. 
  • Place in freezer to set up for a minimum of 15 mins 
  • Will make 15-16 cake pops depending on size 
  • Store in fridge and take one out as you enjoy!

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Notes

You can make these little Valentine's Day cake pops to fit any theme. Just change up the color and toppings.

Nutrition

Serving: 16peopleCalories: 171kcalCarbohydrates: 16gProtein: 1gFat: 11gSaturated Fat: 9gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.2gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 14mgSodium: 51mgPotassium: 19mgSugar: 16gVitamin A: 190IUCalcium: 14mgIron: 0.02mg
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