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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Chocolatini Raspberry Martini Cake Bites or Pops!

New Year's Eve or Mom's Night Out this is sure to be a hit!

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Chocolate Cake Crumbled
1 cup chocolate sauce (melt 3/4 chocolate chip morsels into 3/4 cup half & half)
4 oz Raspberry Vodka
1/4 cup Raspberry Syrup (thaw frozen raspberries and strain syrup)

Mix together to form cake pop dough.

Step 1:  Dip the tops into white candy melts.  Let Dry

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If you don't have a cupcake pop mold you can make these round!  They will look great that way too!

Step 2:  Drizze the chocolate onto the tops going around in a circular pattern.
Garnish with a mini M&M!

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As Pops!

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Taken off their sticks as "Cupcake Bites"!  Whenever I make these I always put them on a stick first and
then take them off.  I just find it easier to dip and work with when they are on a stick.  You can fill the hole in the bottom with a little chocolate at the end.

You don't have to be an expert to do these.  Trust me I am not good at drizzling the chocolate on the top but I think they still look good enough to eat!  And after a couple of "these" pops no one will care!!!


  1. so the vodka and raspberry syrup is mixed into the melted chocolate and not the actual cake correct? i just want to make sure i get the recipe 100% correct when i try it out :)

  2. Do you mix all 3 wet ingredients with the crumbled cake??

  3. These sound amazing, I'm definitely going to have to try them!!!

  4. These sound great way to have your cake and drink it too :-)

  5. Yum - I love the mixture added to the cake to create the "dough"...frosting can get so *boring*.

  6. where is the store in houston area
    can I find the cupcake mold in the store

  7. What's the yield for these? I'm making pops for a large New Year's party and will need about three dozen. Will one batch suffice?


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