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Keto Funfetti Cake Pops

Recipe Found at Keto and Co

These low-carb funfetti cake pops by @queer_on_keto are easy to make and will bring a smile to anyone’s face!

What You'll Need:

For Cake:

- 3 Tbsp butter 

- 2 eggs

- ¼ tsp apple cider vinegar

- 1/2 cup sugar free rainbow sprinkles

For Frosting:

- Keto and Co Buttercream Frosting Mix

-1 1/2 cup butter (3 sticks) 

- 1/2 Tbsp cream of tartar OR 1 Tbsp lemon juice 

- 1 Tbsp vanilla extract 

- 1/4 tsp salt 

For Dipping:

-2 bags of keto-friendly chocolate (white, milk or dark)

Cake Instructions:

  1. Use one package of Keto and Co Vanilla Cake Mix, following the directions on the back

  2. Before baking, add ½ cup of your favorite low carb sprinkles 

  3. Once the cake is baked and cooled, crumble it to resemble bread crumbs and let sit on the counter overnight to stale. You should yield approximately 3 cups of crumbs.

Frosting Instructions:

  1. The day of the assembly, use one package of Keto and Co Buttercream Frosting Mix, following the directions on the back

Assembly Instructions:

  1. Start by adding 3 Tbsp of frosting at a time. The mix should be pliable, holding shape when rolled into balls. It should not stick to your hands. About ⅓ cup of frosting.

  2. Using a small ice cream scooper, scoop cake pop pictures onto wax paper. 

  3. Once done, roll into balls and insert lollipop/Cake Pop Sticks and let chill for two hours.

  4. Melt two bags of keto-friendly white chocolate chips in the microwave or over a double-boiler. Be careful when melting, while chocolate overheats fast.

  5. Dip cake pops into keto friendly white chocolate and dry standing upright. You can use either a cake pop stand or DIY one with a piece of styrofoam.

  6. Dust with Keto Friendly Rainbow Sprinkles

  7. Enjoy!

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