If I have to decide which modern cake hype to create, I would definitely opt for Cakepops. They are easy as pie, they are relatively quick to prepare, and there is no limit to creativity. Hence I’ve got these little fellas for you – cute chocolatey peppermint Cakepops. Admittedly, if you take a glimpse at my former Cakepop creations, these cake balls are looking almost boring. But, if you love the After Eight chocolates, you might get addicted to those Cakepops.
But the best part of those chocolatey peppermint Cakepops is still missing. They turn out to be a good alternative for making use of leftovers:
Just imagine, you organized a big party and spoiled your guests with a sumptuous cake buffet. The next morning being totally unaware you step into the kitchen and encounter a
mess almost half of your favorite marble cake. Cake for breakfast? Yay! Well, you could cut the drier parts and help yourself to a nice moist piece of cake. OR you shred the cake into the smallest possible crumbs, mix them with cream cheese and After Eight chocolates and get an entirely new and moist treat.
Although this may not sound very complicated, I will nonetheless provide you with this easy peasy recipe:
So if you happen to have cake leftovers (of course only dry cakes will be suitable) think about making these little titbits.
With this in mind,
Have fun recycling your cake