Popcorn Cake Pops

Cake Pops, they are slowly popping up everywhere. They are so simple to make and you can let your creativity run wild.

Kitchenware Direct were kind enough to send me some cool moulds, candy dips and a book to get my creative juices flowing. The book called Pops, Sweets on a Stick, gives you tonnes of different ideas on how to make all sorts of different cake pops.

One that caught my eye was the Popcorn Cake Pop. It looked like so much fun to make and all I really needed was some marshmallows to turn a simple cake pop into Popcorn.

Popcorn Cake Pops

Makes 13 -15 Cake Pops


150g Packet Oreos
2 tablespoons Light Philadelphia Cream Cheese
1 Packet White Mini Marshmallows
1 Wilton Pops Candy Dips in White
Yellow chocolate food colouring (powder form)

You will also need:

13 – 15 Paper Lollipop Sticks (15cm in length)
Styrofoam block

1. Using a food processor, blitz the Oreos until they resemble fine cookie crumbs.

2. In a medium bowl, add the Oreo cookie crumbs with the 2 tablespoons of cream cheese. With a spatula, combine the cookie crumbs and the cream cheese until it holds its shape.

3. Roll a teaspoon of the mixture into a ball and gently indent a side. This will make the Popcorn shape. Once you finish rolling all of the mixture into cake balls, set them aside in the fridge to cool for 5 minutes.

4. Microwave the Candy Dips for 2 minutes or until completely melted. Add about half a teaspoon of yellow food colouring and stir until combined.

5. Remove the cooled cake balls from the fridge. Dip about half a centimetre of the lollipop stick into the chocolate and insert into each cake ball.

6. Take a cake pop and stick marshmallows all around the bottom, using the chocolate as the glue, making sure to squash and pinch each marshmallow to make it look like popcorn. Put the cake pops into the freezing for a minute to set.

7. Remove the cake pops out of the freezer and dip each one in the chocolate to coat. Gently tap the excess of the Popcorn Pops and put it on the Styrofoam block to set.

If you are interested in making your own Cake Pops, make sure to check out the Cake Pops section at Kitchenware Direct. You will find everything you need to make your very own Cake Pops to impress. 

OohLookBel (July 31, 2011)  

Wow, these look very cute, and very do-able. Putting them in the striped bag is clever.

Miss T (July 31, 2011)  

THEY ARE SO CUTE! cute, cute, cute!!!!
Miss T xx

bitemeshowme (August 01, 2011)  

These are absolutely GORGEOUSSSSSSSS! What a fantastic effort :D

Hayles –  (August 01, 2011)  

You're so talented Katherine! They look amazing. I'd love to try these out. thank you!!

chocolatesuze (August 01, 2011)  

SQUEEEEE so cuteeeee!!!

Indie.Tea (August 03, 2011)  

How fabulous. Love 'popcorn' cake pops - so cute!

Anna Johnston (August 04, 2011)  

I've been hunting around looking for an uber cool cake pop recipe and I stumbled across your site. Such a fan, these are perfect. So cute and pretty. Thanks for the inspiration. :) Going to cruise around your site for more inspiration. Hope your having a great day.

Kate@FudgyGoodness (August 04, 2011)  

Hi Katherine, just came across your site - these look gorgeous and so much fun! Thanks for sharing, you have a wonderful blog! :)

sugarpuffi (August 05, 2011)  

whoa that is too cute!!

Martyna@WholesomeCook (August 06, 2011)  

Wow Katherine! They look sooo good! We were just looking at popcorn style cupcakes last night, these look so much better and more "authentic"!

sara (Belly Rumbles) (August 06, 2011)  

These look so cute! Love your photos and presentation.

Anna @ TheLittlestAnchovy (August 09, 2011)  

Oh I love these! How great would they be for a children's birthday party. Great photos!

Nastassia (Let Me Eat Cake) (August 12, 2011)  

this has got to be the cutest cake pop i've ever seen!

Gianna@TheEmptyFridge (August 21, 2011)  

Balllz!! Sorry, I had to! These look super cool kath, I love cake pops!

Nic@diningwithastud (August 23, 2011)  

Im obsessed with cake pops! I love these moulds :) you could totally play with so many colours and flavours. Awesome!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (September 05, 2011)  

Very cute job Kath! They look just like popcorn! :)

Anabel Nieuwen –  (September 11, 2011)  

Can you make these for me when I visit in December? hehe xx

mademoiselle délicieuse (September 16, 2011)  

Nawww...these are so, so cute! And so damn sugary, I bet =p

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