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Make your Easter celebration eggs-cellent with these cake balls decorated as Easter eggs!

Easter egg cake pops are an adorable and delicious Easter dessert perfect for any spring gathering - and a great recipe for kids to make on their own!


Confetti cake Unsalted butter Powdered sugar Heavy cream Vanilla bean paste White candy Vegetable shortening Sprinkles

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Crumble the cake into fine crumbs into a large bowl.


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In a second large mixing bowl, beat the butter, powdered sugar, heavy cream, and vanilla bean paste until smooth and creamy.


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Spoon 2 tablespoons of the frosting into the crumbled cake, using your hands to really press it together.


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Squeeze them together to form a ball, then elongate it until it becomes an egg.


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After the last one is formed, wrap the whole baking sheet with plastic wrap and chill in the freezer for an hour.


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While the cake pops are in the freezer, empty the candy melts into a 2-cup glass measuring cup.


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Heat candy melts in the microwave on 50% power for 30 seconds, then stir.


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Dip one end of a cake pop stick 1 inch into the chocolate coating, then immediately insert in the bigger end of the first egg.


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Take the first cake pop that you inserted the stick into and dip into the melted chocolate coating, straight down and back up again.


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You can add the sprinkles now, while the coating is wet, and they will stick best without the additional step of "gluing" them on with extra coating.


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