Cake pops

cake pops

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Total cooking time:

2 hrs


Low Protein Diet - Phe Exchange Value 1* (exchange per serving 0)



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  • 1 box of Loprofin Cake Mix
  • 125mls oil
  • 220 mls sparkling water
  • 50g butter cream or frosting 
  • 200g low protein white chocolate 
  • Fondant to decorate 
  • Edible sugar eyes to decorate 
  • Cake pop sticks or lolly sticks


  1. In a bowl, add the Loprofin Cake Mix, oil, and water, stirring until you have a smooth cake batter.
  2. Next, place the batter into a lined cake tin and allow to stand for 15 minutes.
  3. Bake the cake in the oven 180oc for 15/25 minutes before allowing it to cool in the tin.
  4. Once the cake has cooled, cut it in half and crumble it into a bowl before adding the buttercream or frosting, and with a folk combine everything together until you have a soft mixture - it should feel like playdough.
  5. Take a tablespoon of the mixture and roll into a smooth ball shape and place on a baking sheet or plate - repeat until you have used all the mixture.
  6. Then place the tray into the freezer and allow to chill for 1 hour.
  7. Break the chocolate into a jug and melt in the microwave on medium heat.
  8. Next, dip a cake pop stick into the chocolate and insert the stick into the middle of the cake before placing it back into the freezer for 5 minutes to set.
  9. Once the cake pop stick has set, dip each cake pop into the melted chocolate, coating all the way down to the stick then place them onto the tray and allow to set.
  10. Decorate with fondant and sugar eyes, you also use sugar sprinkles or any edible decorations.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Loprofin Range are Foods for Special Medical Purposes, for the dietary management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders, and must be used under medical supervision.

*The phenylalanine content indicated in this recipe is provided as a guide only. Please check the protein content on individual ingredients and food labels.

**Allergens may be present, please check individual ingredients and product labels. If concerned about allergens please contact your healthcare professional