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Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)

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Pop Rocks-filled dessert for your 4th of July party.

1 Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)

Step one

Mix white cake mix, egg whites, oil, water and sour cream for three to four minutes on medium speed. Split cake batter into three equal amounts, adding red and blue food coloring to two of the portions. Coat three, 4 x 9-inch bread pans with cooking spray and lightly flour the bottoms. Add the three batters to the pans and bake at 350 degrees F for 18-23 minutes. Allow them to cool and remove from pans.

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Step two

Using a 1-1/2-inch round cookie cutter, cut circles from each of the baked cakes. (I got 10 out of each cake, but you might be able to get more if you try.)

3 Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)

4 Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)

Step three

Using a serrated knife, carefully trim off the browned, baked bottoms of each cake circle.

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Step four

Using a jumbo straw or plastic tube (one-half or three-quarters-inch in diameter), remove the centers of the cake circles. Be sure to save the red and blue centers to use as plugs for later.

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Step five

Put a portion of the red cake plugs back into the bottoms of the red cake circles. Pipe a line of frosting around the centers of the red and white cake circles. Stack the white cakes on top of the red cakes and the blue cakes on top of the white cakes.

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Step six

Add Pop Rocks down the hollow centers of the stacked cakes. Put a portion of the blue cake plugs back into the tops, covering the center filled with Pop Rocks.

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Step seven

Cut licorice rope pieces approximately 1-1/2 inches long and insert them into the centers of the blue cakes.

9 Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)

Final product

10 Pop Rocks-Filled Dessert (10 pics)


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№1 Author: velio70 (25 Jun 2013 01:08) Total user comments: 1351

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№2 Author: No1 (25 Jun 2013 02:38) Total user comments: 1191

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Those are pretty cool actually.
№3 Author: TheIronSea (25 Jun 2013 05:51) Total user comments: 929

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№4 Author: Gi-Joe (25 Jun 2013 15:38) Total user comments: 960

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I know I dont have baking skills but I really want to try this. It would be cool to bring these to a 4th of July BBQ.
№5 Author: Lu (25 Jun 2013 22:24) Total user comments: 14793

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Something out of the mainstream.
№6 Author: micliapu (28 Jun 2013 14:33) Total user comments: 2974

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wtf is this shit 06
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