Surprise your friends with these corny little desserts!
These cute little Corn-on-the-Cob Cake Pops are super fun to make. And even more fun to serve as a surprise to your friends and family, and see their smiles at your corny little desserts.
So Let’s Get To It………
First, whip up a Betty Crocker yellow cake mix according to the package directions in a 9×13 baking dish.
Then use your fingers to crumble the cake into little pieces, and then use your fingers to evenly mix in the frosting. So easy.
Then pop the crumbled mixture into the freezer for 10-15 minutes, and spray a well-rinsed aluminum can (or whatever youâre using as a mold) with cooking spray. Remove the chilled cake pops mixture, and then spoon it into the greased mold until it is packed in solid. Then squeeze the can a little bit to loosen the mold, pound on the bottom of the can a few times, and watch as the corn-on-the-cob base slides right out. Repeat 5-6 times, and then freeze the cake pops until the edges are chilled (at least 30 minutes).
Once the cake pops are chilled, heat the white chocolate chips or almond bark carefully in the microwave or in a double-boiler until melted, stirring occasionally. Spoon some of the chocolate onto one of the ends of the âcobâ, and then place the yellow holder in the end. Repeat on the other side.
Lay the cob on its side, then spoon a small strip of chocolate along the length of the cob. Quickly press the jelly beans into the chocolate in a single-file row before the chocolate freezes. Repeat with more chocolate, jelly beans, chocolate, jelly beans, etc. until the cob is covered.
Repeat with remaining cobs. Enjoy the corny fun!!!