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White Chocolate Cake Pops

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White Chocolate Cake Pops. Who wouldn’t love them? Show me one child. This is a great fix for any party, especially for kids. You can really have fun with it. Choose your favourite ingredients and involve your little ones. The better the products are, the healthier. You are in charge of that.

For a more adult version, flavour up with some liquor (Amaretto, whiskey, rum). Enjoy and take your time. In this case, the presentation should be nice.

Suitable for kids 2+, however, be aware of the eaten amount. In general, the cake pops make very lovely desserts, but not the healthiest ones.

Total Time: 45 minutes + few hour sit in a cold place

Shopping List

200g of good quality white chocolate
60ml of double cream
A splash of whiskey (optional)
½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon and nutmeg
100g biscotti, nuts or cake leftovers, mashed


In a steam bath melt 100g of white chocolate. Smoothen with the cream and mix until shiny texture. For adults, finish with a splash of whiskey.

Next, place biscotti in a vegetable blender. I used The Topping from my Honey Cake Recipe. The mixture of roasted hazelnuts, walnuts and honey cake’s leftovers. Mash.

Flavour up with a pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon.

Pour in the white chocolate and blend until homogenous doughy texture. Transfer in a cling foil and refrigerate for about 2-3 hours.

After it thickens a bit, create balls with hands or with a small metal spoon. Try to work fast, so it doesn’t melt.
Stick in the cake pop sticks and place in a cold place.

Melt the remaining 100g of white chocolate in a steam bath.

Once it is smooth enough, bring the cake pops in and soak them in the chocolate. Turn until it creates a solid layer and doesn’t drip. Stick them in a small vase or piece of polystyrene.

Sprinkle with mixture of nutmeg and cinnamon. Let them thicken in a cold place and enjoy them quickly.

Makes 14 cake pops.

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