¬†These are always ‘POP’-U-lar, so I thought I’d show you how I to make them!
Next I take a cake pop stick, find the middle of the cake ball and roll the stick around the cake ball. This should make a stick sized indention all around the cake ball.
Then I do it one more time, right above it, that way the indention is thicker.¬† This is where the “meat” goes;)!!
As you are indenting all your cake balls, make sure your plate of completed indented cake balls¬†are covered in some sort of clear wrap, so they don’t dry out:)!
Once you are finished shaping all the cake balls it’s time to dip them in the “bun” color!¬† To make this color, I used mostly white, a little orange and tiny bit of brown or milk chocolate flavored candy melts.
Microwave on 50% power for 1 minute and it will look like this:
Dip the entire cake pop into the “bun” color and sprinkle just a few white sprinkles for the “seeds” on the bun and place it in your Cake Pop Stand!
If you don’t have these:
Then you can pipe on tiny dots of white after the “buns” dry;)!
Once you get all your cake pops dipped wait for that to set.
Then put some milk chocolate into a piping bag …I prefer ziplock;) snip off the corner and begin to pipe the center of the pop with the brown milk chocolate flavored candy melts.¬† Fill the entire indented space with the “hamburger”
Once this sets, grab some green candy melts (You can buy them or dye¬†the white candy melts yourself with an oil based dye)
Start piping on the green.¬†Start at the top of the “hamburger” and go all the way around,¬†don’t worry¬†about being too neat, as this is the “lettuce” layer and should have some texture.¬† It is easiest to work with the “lettuce” if the candy melts are a little cooler¬†so it is¬†a little thicker.¬† If you like you can go around twice for extra texture!
The last step is the “Ketchup” layer:)!! Heat up the red candy melts (red is difficult to mix yourself, and still taste good so¬†I always buy this color)!¬† I like this color to be on the hotter side when piping, so it is smooth like ketchup;)!¬† then start going around the bottom of the “hamburger” layer:)!
That’s It! ¬†Place them in your KC Bakes Cake Pop Stand for display (at least for a little bit – before they get gobbled up!) & Enjoy your Hamburger Cake Pops!! ¬†I hope you learned a little something from this post and if you like what we are doing around here I would SO LOVE if you could help us out, help us keep doing what we are doing? ¬† Please check out our Easy Roller¬†or New Mini Easy Roller! ¬†¬†Thank you so very much!!