Source : Crumble The Cake Well Into A Bowladd The Frosting And Mix Inthe Mixture Should Be Holding Together But Not Too Moist Get Your Hands In And Work It Well...
Crumble the cake well into a bowl
Add the frosting and mix in
The mixture should be holding together but not too moist, get your hands in and work it well
Divide the mixture into 16 and roll into balls. Place on a plate
Melt a few squares of the chocolate and dip the tip of a cake pop stick in
Push the stick into a cake ball halfway in. Repeat for all
Let set in the freezer for 20 minutes
Melt the rest of the chocolate and get a foam block or a sturdy box with small holes poked in, enough for all your cake pops to sit in
Twirl each pop in the melted chocolate and gently spin to get rid of the excess. Heat the chocolate now & again to keep it runny enough to coat
Place in the box or block to set. They won't take long
Dab each sweet into the melted choc and stick to each cake pop to make an iris. You could also use ready roll fondant for this
Use black icing or edible pen to make the pupil of the eye and red to draw on the veiny lines
Any pops that don't come out smooth because the chocolate has cooled a little too much can be made into mummies instead by adding 2 dark chocolate chips for eyes. The untidy chocolate coating can be passed off as bandages!
I used a gluten free vegan coconut cake from my recipes, chocolate frosting made with sunflower spread, cocoa powder and icing sugar, Moo-Free brand choc chips and Whizzers brand chocolate beans, to make gluten, dairy, egg, soy & nut free pops. I also used my own white chocolate recipe which you'll find on my profile
You can use a fork instead of pop sticks for a bigger gruesome factor