Can you believe it? I am writing about cake pops once again. Over the hours I have had to reflect after making them yesterday, I have had a lot of thoughts. First, since I wrote my review last night right after making them, I do not think I was far enough away from the process to truly form an evaluation. We all know that recipes are trial and error and that we often come away with things we would do different next time to improve the process. So now that I have had the proper time to contemplate everything, I can say that I will attempt to make cake pops again. I have to give it at least one more shot. I think I will try the mold inventors recipe of using 1 package of Oreo cookies and one brick of cream cheese. I do not think I will ever make cake balls again with red velvet cake. It is not that the cake did not taste good but being they were on traveling sticks and having 5 kids that include two toddlers, it had its problems. Since the cake balls can fall off the sticks and some little children may then accidentally step in the fallen cake balls or go to pick them up and accidentally make contact with my walls, there are some issues. See, my kitchen tile floor and the hallway look like they would in the aftermath of a mob hit. There is even a red hand print on the window of my side door. Looks like the person fought until the end. So today as I have been scrubbing up the evidence of the cake ball massacre, I have come to the conclusion that said children will only be allowed to eat the cake balls in their appropriate chairs. Beyond that, I have found that it would have been easier if I had thinned the dipping chocolate with Crisco. I hate using Crisco so I don’t have it in the house but after researching the web it seems that it is the thinner of choice. Also, I think I would use different dipping chocolate. I spent twice the price getting some premium brand and it seems I would have been better off with one of the more inexpensive choices out there. So I guess we live and learn and I am no exception. Sometime this week I will get to the store to get some more supplies and try this adventure again. As I look at some of the alternatives to how others get a cupcake shape on the stick using a series of cutters and molding, I can safely say the “My Little Cupcake POP Mold” is a much easier and friendlier option. You can also use powdered sugar on your hands to make handling the mixture less sticky. So with all this said, I will indeed embark down this road again with my newly gained knowledge. I will of course let you all know with pictures and words how it goes. So yes, there will be more posts about cake pops in the future. I certainly hope the winner of the give-away mold will send me some pictures of their creations so I can post them for you all to see as well. Hope you all are enjoying Superbowl Sunday. Jimi made a huge spread of goodies, wings, spiedies, dips, veggies, and more. I love being married to a man who can cook.