Chocolate. Peanut Butter. Cake.
How can you go wrong?
These were delicious!
If you are looking for the cake part of the cake pop recipe, go to this post.
Now, I will just explain the chocolate peanut butter glaze I used.
I dipped the cake pops in a chocolate peanut butter glaze. You can dip them in pretty much anything. And then even roll them in sprinkles, nuts, or coconut, etc.
1 bag (16 oz.) of Reese’s Peanut Butter Chips
1 bag (16 oz.) of Chocolate and Peanut Butter Morsels
1. Dump both bags together into a pot on the stove.
2. Keep the heat on low and keep stirring until the chips are completely melted.
(You can melt in the microwave as well. I prefer to do my melting on the stove because I can keep an eye on things and make sure nothing gets burnt, etc. If you melt in the microwave, do small increments, stir, repeat, until completely melted.)
Here are the photos:
Here’s what they look like after coming out of the cake pop machine:
I’ve sticked them. I put them in these styrofoam rings. Works well!
All dipped in the chocolaty, peanut butter goodness!
Have you made cake pops? What is your favorite glaze? What kind of glaze would you like me to try?