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    That's awesome Bexter! I want to do this cake for my DD2's second birthday in August. I'm worried my cake will rise and I'll have to cut the top off and into my cake pops, eek!

    Also, did you bake the cake pops fully before baking again in the cake?

    So glad the freezing works too, may do that!

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    The first one I did it raised heaps and it wasn't useable. This one it was 3 packets of mix in my baking dish, oven was at 150 degrees and it cooked for over a hour. It was moist in the middle.

    Cake pops were fully cooked and frozen when they went in the oven.

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    This was the test one. But I thought the mixture looked to thick so aded another egg, apparently the thicker the mixture the less it raises? I'm not sure I just cooked the other one longer and a lower temp and it worked.

    I also didn't put as many cake pops and think it looks better with more cake pops in it.ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1371457522.346073.jpg

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    Looks awesome! Well done, mummy!


 

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