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Fun Dip: How to Make Candy-Coated Cake Pops

We never met a cake — any cake —we didn't love. But cake pops hold a special place in our hearts. From the kids' parties to fancy weddings, these little cuties are always the bite-size life of the party. And besides looking adorable, they're practical too, since they're so easy to display , serve and eat. Plus, with a sturdy candy coating , they're totally foolproof for making ahead and transporting.

Melting Candy Wafers

  • What You Need
  • Candy melts
  • Microwave-safe bowl
  • Stirrer
  • Microwave
Fun Dip: How to Make Candy-Coated Cake Pops


1. Melt 'em down ... slowly!
Fill the bowl with candy wafers. Microwave for 1 minute at 50 percent power, then stir. Even if it doesn't look like anything has happened, stir to move the wafers around to avoid scorching them. Microwave again for 30 seconds at 50 percent power, and stir. Repeat at 30 second intervals at 50 percent power until the wafers have completely melted. Add more wafers to fill the bowl, if you wish, but don’t forget to stir at every 30 second interval.

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