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Published on Aug 19, 2012

How to make brightly coloured cake pops

Today's intro vocals by Rosetta
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You could make these even more rainbow-y by using multicoloured cake crumbs. :)

Candy melts or candy melting wafers are a candy confection in a disc form that is easily melted and re-melted. They are shiny when molded and do not need to be tempered like chocolate.
Sometimes the candy melts are very thick when melted, you can add some melted vegetable shortening or some low flavour oil to thin it out.
The chocolate ones have some cocoa in them and taste like chocolate. The other colours generally taste like white chocolate (regardless of colour) but there are some flavoured ones out there (cotton candy, buttersctoch etc.)
They can be purchased online (ebay, wilton.com, amazon) or in craft stores and sometimes Walmart. Here in Ontario they are also available at the Bulk Barn (bulk food store that sells a lot of candy making supplies).
I have been told they are available at Hobby Craft stores in the UK and in certain craft stores in Australia.
Cost varies, but they cost about $6 a pound here.
If you have leftover melted candy melts, spread them out on waxed paper, let them harden, break them up and put them into a container to be used again (as long as the candy melts are not contaminated by crumbs).

You can dye white chocolate or white candy melts with oil based food colour (available in the same places as the candy melts) or with paste food colour.
Liquid food colour will make the candy melts to clump or seize up. I have been told that adding vegetable oil will make them smooth again and others have told me this does not work. You may have to experiment to see what works.


My name is Tammy and I live in Northeastern Ontario Canada.
What you will find on my channel:

Cupcake decorating tutorials for all occasions
Fun rainbow food
Harry Potter crafts (and other fun crafts)
Main mean ideas
Cakepops for all occasions
Halloween treats and cupcakes
Decadent desserts
Cookies, cookies and more cookies
Quilling (the art of paper filigree)
Fun paper crafts


My channel page where you will find all of my videos and playlists. I have tried to organize my videos into playlist by category (Easter treats, animal cupcakes, rainbow treats etc.)

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I try very hard to answer questions when I can, but there is an excellent chance your question has been answered in the description box or in the comments, so please take a look.

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Add me as a friend and you can upload photos of your creations and ask me questions there :)
If you are wondering what I look like, this is the place to look, lol.

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I often will pin things there that I want to try in future videos.

I'm also on Google Plus, but don't do too much there yet:

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My sister channel here on YouTube is CookingAndCrafting. The lovely lady from Hawaii on this channel is Beth. We have been friends for years, please check her out!


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