What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Easter? For me, it’s pastels, bunnies and brightly-colored eggs. Here at Dunkin’, we love Easter so much that we’ve come up with an awesome recipe for you that can combine all of these things into one perfectly tasty treat. We’ve turned our Strawberry Shortcake Croissant Donut into festive and fun Cake Pops that we’re sure you’re going to love!

The sweet strawberry filling of the Strawberry Shortcake Croissant Donut gives the Cake Pops an authentic texture while adding deliciously sweet flavor for a great Easter treat. They also make for awesome decorations alongside your homemade dyed Easter eggs. Get your piping bags and pastel frosting ready, because these simple and decadent Cake Pops will be too good to resist!

Ingredients Instructions
  • 6 Strawberry Shortcake Croissant Donuts
  • 1 Package white coating chocolate
  • 10 Cake pop sticks
  • Colored frosting for decoration (optional)
  • Sprinkles (optional)
  1. In a food processor, grind donuts down until smooth.
  2. Scoop out the donut mixture then mold into egg shapes with your hands.
  3. In a microwave safe bowl, melt the coating chocolate in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until smooth.
  4. To secure cake pop to the stick, dip the stick into the melted coating chocolate and insert into the cake pop.
  5. Place cake pops in the freezer until the chocolate hardens.
  6. Dip the cake pops in the melted coating chocolate to coat and decorate!
Culinary Corner: Easter Cake Pops Featuring the Strawberry Shortcake Croissant Donut

The best part of this recipe is you can recreate it for any festivities you have coming up! Planning a graduation party or a baby shower? Decorate your cake pops accordingly and voila, you have the perfect treat for any occasion. We promise they’ll be a hit!

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