Cake Pops by Molly Bakes

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Synopsis

Cake pops are the hot new thing in baking. A ball of cake, dipped in chocolate, lovingly decorated, and best of all... on a stick you can hold!



Get creative with these gorgeous little treats, which make the perfect gift. There are loads of different flavours, from classic chocolate to adventurous peanut butter. And when it comes to decorating, the sky is literally the limit, with everything from simple coloured balls to love hearts, animals and even fluffy clouds.



They are even cuter than a cupcake. And cake pops are as fun to make as they are a treat to eat. Ms 'Molly Bakes' is the UK's cake pop queen. Here she shares her foolproof recipes for making 50 different cake pops: each unique but all equally irresistibly delicious.

 

About Molly Bakes

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'Molly Bakes', as she is known, is surprisingly new to baking. Two years ago, on the eve of her birthday, she found herself out of a job. Rather than mope, she took up baking for the very first time. She fell in love and has never looked back. Today her cake pops can be found everywhere from her Brick Lane stall to Selfridges, and include clients such as Vogue and fans like Eliza Doolittle.
 
Published February 29, 2012 by Vintage Digital. 160 pages
Genres: Cooking.