Edible Glitter Little Girl's BirthdayASHTONHAIDER
Sugar, spice and everything nice. Here is a little girl’s birthday party dessert that you can customize to your little girl’s favorite color with Chefmaster® liqua-gel® food color! Because let’s face it, not every girl loves pink. We like cake pops because there is less mess after they’re enjoyed and they’re just so cute!
- Follow the cake mix directions to bake the cake and let the cake cool to room temperature once it has finished baking
- Take the cake and break it into small crumbly pieces. Add 6-8 oz of frosting to the cake crumbs and stir with a large spoon. The cake crumbs should have a gooey consistency once the frosting is added
- 3. Take the cake-frosting mixture and mold into round shapes with your hands. We recommend making them into approximately golf ball size pieces. Then insert the cake pop stick and set aside. Once all the cake-frosting mixture has been used, place cake pops in the refrigerator to chill while you make the edible glitter