Recipe courtesy of Delicious Alchemy.
Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops. Anyone for Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops? (Also, Dairy + Gluten-Free too). Hello friends, so how are you today? All good, I hope. All good here.
Cake pops make a really eye-catching, fun addition to a party table and a brilliant activity to make with the children one weekend. Eh?
WARNING: Guaranteed to get messy! 😁 Haha!! Great for afternoon tea, too. Do you like afternoon tea? Because I know I do.
How To Make Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops:
So are you looking for an easy gluten-free Black Forest cake recipe? If so, you will love this recipe.
Serves Approx. 15 Cake Pops Prep Time: 1 hour 15 mins (including decoration)
Cooking Time: 18-22 mins
What You Need:
For The Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops:
200g Delicious Alchemy Chocolate brownie mix
50g unsalted butter or dairy-free alternative
1 large egg
5 black cherries, stoned, drained, and cut into three
200g gluten-free / dairy-free dark chocolate, melted
Freeze-dried raspberries or your choice of gluten-free/dairy-free decorations
For The Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops Buttercream:
20g softened unsalted butter or dairy-free alternative
50g icing sugar, sieved
1 teaspoon milk or almond milk
Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops What You Do:
Firstly, pre-heat the oven to 180°C / Fan 160°C. Grease and line the base and sides of a 20cm (8 inch) square tin with greaseproof paper.
Make sure the paper sticks out 2.5cm (about an inch) above the rim of the tin.
Place the brownie mix in a bowl. Melt the butter (or dairy-free alternative) and pour this over the brownie mix and stir until the mix is starting to form a batter.
Lightly beat the egg, add to the mix and stir together well. Spread the batter into the tin and smooth the top.
Bake for approximately 18-22 minutes. When it’s done, leave to cool in the tin for 20 minutes before lifting out and transferring to a cooling rack.
Place the cherry pieces on a kitchen roll to remove excess moisture and then attach to cocktail sticks.
Melt a small amount of the chocolate in a heatproof bowl over simmering water and dip the cherries in the melted chocolate.
Place on one side to set, then remove the cocktail sticks.
Cream the butter or dairy-free alternative until light and fluffy, then add the icing sugar and milk or almond milk and crumble the brownie into a large bowl.
Add the buttercream and mix until evenly blended. Using the palm of your hands roll enough of the brownie mixture to make a 2.5 cm ball, placing a chocolate cherry piece made earlier in the middle as you roll.
Lay the cake balls on a lined baking tray and repeat until all the mixture has been shaped. Put the tray in the fridge to chill for at least 20 minutes.
Melt the remaining chocolate and dip the end of the lollipop stick, then, while the chocolate is still wet, attach it to the cake pop.
Once the cake pop is secured to the stick, carefully dip in the melted chocolate, repeat with each cake pop.
Sprinkle with your choice of decorations and leave to set in the fridge by standing up in a pierced polystyrene cube or something similar.
Last but not least, enjoy. So would you like to make some of these fun cakes today? These are gluten-free desserts, great for parties if you’re not sure if anyone has coeliac disease.
Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops:
Gluten-free Black Forest gateau UK recipe. So what do you think about this recipe? Do you also fancy making some? Because I know I do! Gluten-Free Black Forest Gâteau Cake Pops recipe courtesy of Delicious Alchemy. who’s gluten-free?
This is a great gluten-free for beginners, recipe. Don’t you think?
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