Old Glory Cake Popsicles

If you want to switch thing up this Fourth of July from your typical red white and blue cupcakes, you're in the right place! Our delicious patriotic cake popsicles are the perfect show stopping dessert and get even better once you add our best selling old Glory Sprinkle Mix on top! 

Ingredients and Supplies:

(Yield: 16)

  • Cake popsicle molds (you can get sets of 8 for under $10 on amazon!)
  • 1 box cake mix in any flavor you want
  • ½ cup of store bought cream cheese frosting
  • 9 x 13 cake pan
  • 24 oz of almond bark
  • Red and Blue food coloring
  • 16 popsicle sticks
  • 4 oz bottle of Old Glory sprinkles


  • Bake your cake according to the directions on the box and once it has completely cooled, break only half of it up using either a standing mixer, or your hands with gloves works fine as well.
  • You can set the other half of the cake aside or if you want to double the recipe, you can use it.
  • Once the cake is broken up, slowly incorporate your frosting in a little at a time to get the consistency you want. It might take less frosting than called but just make sure the consistency allows the cake to hold together.
  • Once the cake mixture is ready, press it into your popsicle molds and freeze them for about 30 minutes.
  • During this time, melt your almond bark in a large cup in the microwave in increments of 20 seconds until completely melted.
  • Leave most of it white for dipping the cake popsicles, but set aside about two ⅓ cups for the red and blue frosting.
  • Once you’ve added red and blue food coloring to the smaller amounts of the melted bark, add them to two separate ziploc bags and cut small holes into the corner of each.
  • When they are ready, take them out of the freezer and remove them from their molds. 
  • Dunk each one into the white food coloring, place them into the fridge for 5 minutes, and dunk them for a second time to get a thicker coat, placing them back into the fridge for 10 minutes to harden.
  • Next, drizzle your red and blue mixtures onto the cake pops and while they're still wet, add on your Old Glory sprinkles to each popsicle.
  • Once all decorated, place your pops into the fridge for an additional 15 minutes to set.

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