As a recipe that has been around longer than Starbucks has had their Cake Pop's, this is obviously a hit-it-out-of-the-ball-park dessert. I used this recipe as a starting point for my cake pops. I decided to make Chocolate Mint ones. I used 1/2 chocolate cake & 1/2 tub chocolate frosting. I mixed peppermint extract in w/ the frosting (just enough to please the taste buds). When it was ready for dipping, i used melted Andes Mint Chips. Theses mint ones were amazing. With the second 1/2 of the cake and frosting I did peanut butter/chocolate. the balls were completely chocolate. For the dip I melted 1/2 milk chocolate chips with 1/2 peanutbutter chips. these too were devine.
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As a recipe that has been around longer than Starbucks has had their Cake Pop's, this is...