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Wilton® Groom Treat Pops
This groom would make a wonderful treat or favor for that special day. Wilton® Treat Pops are fun to make, fun to share and especially fun to eat. Just push up and enjoy! A.C. Moore has what you need to make these treat pops...Mini Whoopie Pie pan, the Treat Pop containers, even the Treat Pop Decorating Kit! If you want to learn more about cake decorating, check your local store to sign up for a Wilton Cake Decorating Class!
- Time:1-2 hours
1Prepare white and chocolate cake batters following recipe directions. Tint chocolate batter black. Bake cakes and allow to cool completely according to pan package directions. Use round cutter to cut three white and three black cake rounds for each treat.
2Tint chocolate icing black. Push white cake round into bottom of treat pops container. Use tip 230 and white icing to pipe a swirl from back edge following the curve of the container, then filling in the center. Repeat to add one more layer of white cake and icing, finishing with a layer of white cake. Use tip 230 and black icing to pipe a swirl from back edge following the curve of the container, then filling in the center. Push black cake round on top. Repeat to add two more layers of black icing and cake, finishing with a layer of icing; use a spatula and smooth icing level with top of treat pop.
3Decorate treat pops. For bow tie, use fondant roller to roll out spice drops on granulated sugar-covered countertop. Use small heart Cut-Out to cut two hearts. Use narrow end of tip 5 to cut out center knot. Use tip 5 and icing to attach hearts and knot to outside of treat pop. For top hat, use black construction paper and cut a 2-¾ inch diameter circle. Use top of treat pop as a pattern and cut out center of paper circle. Slide onto container to just under black icing/cake section. For eyes, use tip 5 and icing to attach candy eyeballs to outside of treat pop. For mouth, use scissors to cut black shoestring licorice, ¾ inches long. Use tip 5 and icing to attach to outside of treat pop.