Rainbow Cake Pops
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Serves: 12
  • 1 white cake mix
  • 2 eggs
  • ⅓ cup of oil
  • 1⅓ cup of Apple Juice from Juicy Juice
  • Food Dye (I used Wilton available at Walmart)
  • Candy Sticks (available at Walmart in the cake section)
  • Vanilla Icing
  • Chocolate for Dipping (I used Wilton found in the cake section)
  1. MIx the cake mix, oil, eggs and Juicy Juice together.
  2. Next separate the batter into six small bowls.
  3. Add the Food Dye and mix throughly
  4. Next add into cupcake tins (this is the easiest way to do this to avoid messing up so many dishes)
  5. Bake for 12-15 minutes until a toothpick comes out clean
  6. Let cool
  7. Crumble each color into a small bowl then add enough vanilla icing to make a solid consistency.
  8. Once all the colors are ready, take a little piece of each one form a ball, press firmly together. Add a little bit of icing onto the end of the candy stick and freeze for an hour.
  9. Prepare your chocolate by melting in 30 second incriments and adding a little bit of Cisco. Cisco is the secret to smooth dipping chocolate for cake pops. Pull out the cake pops from the freezer, let warm for a few minutes then dip and decorate. Be careful not to introduce a cold cake pop into a hot chocolate because the chocolate will crack.
  10. Enjoy! You should get 12-18 rainbow cake pops depending on how big you make them
Recipe by Wanna Bite at https://wannabite.com/rainbow-cake-pops-inspired-by-crayola-made-with-juicy-juice/