Bake Pops Pan | Cake Pops Free Double Offer
I first saw the Bake Pops Pan on TV. Wow – what a clever idea! I’m usually not a fan of “as seen on tv” products. But they looked so much easier than how I’ve been making Cake Pops.
So I had to try them out. I called the number listed in the bake pops commercial. I took advantage of the double offer they have right now – 2 bake pans, 2 decorating booklets, 50 reusable sticks, 50 bags, 50 wraps, and 2 squeeze bottles. Quite a bit of stuff that comes in handy when you have little helpers in the kitchen.
On Sundays, my 8 year old daughter and I have a tradition of making a treat. We like to make some treats to share with our friends next door as well. She has learned to make cookies and her favorite was brownies. Probably because brownies are simple to mix and bake.
I surprised my daughter with these new Bake Pops Pan last Sunday. She was excited to try it out with me. We’ve enjoyed bake pops treats at weddings, baby showers, and bakeries too. Now we can try them ourselves! Plus just the cost we are saving. These cute treats aren’t so cute when you see the bakery price tags, right!
The directions were simple. Just use any kind of cake mix. This works great for us because I have a ton of different flavors of cake mixes on hand. My daughter was able to pick and mix up a boxed cake mix by herself following the box cake recipe on the back. Then we filled the cake ball pan, placed on custom lid and popped the anticipated treats in the oven. Super simple!
The cake balls bake really fast because they are bite size instead of a huge cake all at once. We pulled out every last sprinkle we have. My daughter was in a super good mood because she let her twin younger brothers even help decorate and eat. I love that they are small and portioned just right for little kids. My kids all enjoyed eating their creations!
These would be perfect for Halloween… mummies, pumpkins, ghosts. Then Christmas would be great with reindeer or even snowmen pops. I’m planning on using these for all the upcoming baby showers in our neighborhood. Just simple pink or blue bake pops would add that special touch to the refreshment table!
I looked online to see how people have been making cake pops without this easy pan. Geez! Talk about work and a messy kitchen too. Recipes call for you to make a cake either from a box or even from scratch. Well in this house, I’ve never even made a cake from scratch. I don’t have the time or patience. Ok, back to the cake… Let the cake completely cool down before tearing it apart into bits. Then add frosting into the cake destruction heap. Then some people instruct that you wait hours or even days to let these firm up. Well, when I’m craving a treat, I’m not waiting that long. I don’t know who would! I know my daughter wouldn’t either. Then you roll the cake/frosting goop into a ball using your hands (another mess that can be avoided) poke with a stick, frost, and your done.
So take the easy road! And much cleaner too. Our family has loved making tasty treats! Without all the hassle of finding online recipes and goopy fingers too. This new Bake Pops Pan will make your life easier and cleaner and yummier too!