Make cake pops and win the heart of children as well the elders. Best use of leftover cake but these are so good that I bet you will bake a fresh cake and make these.
Melt chocolate (200 g). Melt it either in the microwave or in the double boiler on the gas stove. If in the microwave then do not heat it for more than 30 -40 seconds. Stir, if need be again put for 20 to 30 seconds.
If the chocolate has hardened by now then again melt it. Let it cool down a little. If the chocolate is too hot then the cake balls will crack due to the temperature difference. Dip cake pops in the melted chocolate, gently tap your wrist to shed extra chocolate.
Sprinkle toppings of your choice on it. Like sprinklers or desiccated coconut or corn flakes or chopped dry fruits or granola or whatever you can think of.
Use any cake, vanilla or chocolate or any other flavour. I used Pineapple cake here.
If using frosted cake, then remove the excess cream, crumble it and use only melted chocolate, that too very little.
You can use any cream, be it dairy or non-dairy. Both work fine.
You can use any chocolate, dark or white. Though I used dark chocolate only.
Leftover ganache or chocolate can be added to the milkshake or mix nuts and make balls.
You can use these for the Fireless competition in your kid's school. in that case, forget the stick and chocolate. Use Nutella in place of ganache, make cake balls and roll them in the nuts or sprinklers.