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Cake Pop Frosting Sarah- Mommy to 4 4 kids; International Falls, Minnesota 4882 posts
18th Jan '13

Can cake pop "Frosting" be reused? Like if I put it in a container and seal it up?

Monica♥YASDYARDFR 17 kids; Beverly Hills, California 57087 posts
18th Jan '13

The bricks of melting chocolate? I discard mine because I don't like to microwave it or crock pot it twice.

Sarah- Mommy to 4 4 kids; International Falls, Minnesota 4882 posts
18th Jan '13

I use chocolate chips, which I suppose its the same thing. :) I just made way too much and its so late, so I was thinking I could save it to make more tomorrow night.

Monica♥YASDYARDFR 17 kids; Beverly Hills, California 57087 posts
18th Jan '13
Quoting Sarah- Mommy to 4:" I use chocolate chips, which I suppose its the same thing. :) I just made way too much and its so late, so I was thinking I could save it to make more tomorrow night."


You could try it. I used the bricks once and then reheated it the next day and the chocolate looked burnt. It tasted ok but the look made it a little less appetizing.

[JadeLee] 1 child; Minnesota 12190 posts
18th Jan '13

It is worth a try.
I want some cake pops lol.
It sounds awesome right now.

Sarah- Mommy to 4 4 kids; International Falls, Minnesota 4882 posts
18th Jan '13
Quoting Monica♥YASDYARDFR:" You could try it. I used the bricks once and then reheated it the next day and the chocolate looked burnt. It tasted ok but the look made it a little less appetizing."

Ok thanks! I will give it a try. Its just my kiddos that will be eating it. LOL. I think they will just be happy with getting cake pops. :)