Panettone cake-pops

“Il 6 Gennaio arriva l’Epifania e tutte le feste si porta via!” The above Italian phrase means “On 6th January the Epiphany arrives and all the feasts take away!”. We say that because, indeed, the Epiphany officially closes Christmas season. So, on this special day, I propose a way to recycle any leftovers of Panettone, biscuits and chocolate we surely have at home. It is a very quick and fun idea which kids would love. Engage them in your kitchen and enjoy making these cake-pops with them!

  • DifficultyEasy
  • CostVery cheap
  • Preparation time1 Hour
  • Servingmakes around 24 pop-cakes
  • CuisineItalian


  • 300 gsweets leftovers (e.g. panettone, pandoro, biscuits)
  • 300 gspreadable chocolate (for the filling)
  • 300 gdark chocolate (for the coating)
  • q.s.sugar decorations


  1. – put the panettone in a blender and reduce it to crumbles; – melt 300g spreadable chocolate and pour it onto the ground panettone; – mix well everything together; – shape your cake pop and put them in a tray; – refrigerate for about 30 minutes; – melt 300g dark chocolate; – dip the cake pop in the melted chocolate and top with sugar decorations; – allow the coating to cool and to become firm before serving the pop cakes


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