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The idea went something like this. "We should make cake pops." "We should make them for Thanksgiving." "Let's make a giant cake pop shaped like a turkey." Conclusion: ...
This was our first time making cake pops, but I knew the basic concept. We started by baking two different cakes, chocolate and vanilla (for dark and light ...
Next, we dived in and started crumbling the cake up. I went straight in with my hands. Once it was crumbled, I added in about 2/3 a can ...
For the body of the turkey, I just took the entire blob of vanilla and molded it into a turkey shape. For the drumsticks and wings, I molded ...
Now it was time for chocolate. We used bakers chocolate. I've heard people mention using those candy melts as well, but I don't have the experience to compare. ...
Once the chocolate has set (the fridge really speeds this up), you are ready to assemble your turkey. To move the body, find a partner. My husband lifter ...
To finish, we cleaned up the edges where the frosting was and added little marshmallows to the ends of the drumsticks. Done!
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