Last time I was visiting Chicago my brother-in-law wanted to make dessert for a party they were having, so we decided to give cake pops a go. They were surprisingly easy! (And no we didn't use any fancy tools or baking trays. Just good old-fashioned ingenuity.)
As you run out of chocolate melts it will become difficult to dip so you will need to pause and melt some more in the microwave. Be sure to do this as needed rather than trying to melt and use a whole bowl. A large bowl of chocolate melts is not only harder to heat without burning them (and creating an awful mess) but it's also harder to work with while dipping as the chocolate tends to change consistency in different areas too fast.
Once all your pops are melted and sprinkled put them back in the fridge to harden them and keep them cool till ready to serve. (You can leave them out on the counter to cool as well but they will take longer to harden.)
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