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Cake Pops can be really simple to make with the new Bake Pops Pan. Unless you really like to get dirty and use your hands to create the Cake Balls like the picture below, you are going to love the new Cake Pops Pan that makes it really easy. Don’t let this mess happen to you.
To make Cake Pops the easy way, simply buy the pan that makes it easy: The Bake Pops Pan as seen on TV. It only takes three simple steps: Using your out of the box cake mix simply fill the cake pops pan, pop it in the oven, and then pop them out. Once they are out you can dip and decorate them to make the best treats everyone will absolutely love.
The messy picture of making cake pops the hard way reminded me of the mess I’m avoiding by using Bake Pops Pans. I don’t want to have my hands looking this icky, sticky, and messy. I found that this new promotional website for the official Bake Pops Pan is giving you over 150 cake pop building pieces for only$19.99 plus s+h for a limited time. The package includes 2 Special Bake Pops Pans, 2 Decorating Idea Guides, 50 sticks, 50 wraps, 50 ties and 2 decorating squeeze bottles. It is all that you need to make cake pops with ease!
(Just to clarify cake ball vocabulary. There are many words used to call these scrumptious creations. They have been called cake balls on a stick, cake balls, cupcakes on a stick, cake pops, cake pops on a stick. You get the idea – they are just cute bite size desserts)
Ok, on to some CUTE pictures I found.
Here’s a simple idea for a birthday party or cake pops baby shower. Just do 2 different coatings making them appear to look like real cupcakes. This would be easy to change up the look by using different colors and candies on top.
I had to put this one in my Cake Pop favorites. With 9/11’s anniversary that we celebrated this would have been great to make. We visited the local Fire Station and took homemade bread and my daughter made cookies. These Cake Pops will be our treat to share next 9/11 anniversary.
It’s time to start thinking about upcoming holidays. I found these Tom Turkey cake pops to be the best looking and easiest ones yet. Plus I’m a sucker for candy corn candies. This turkey would be a cute little treat at the place settings at Thanksgiving Dinner Feast.
In a search for a cake pops recipes, there are thousands of different cake pops recipes available.
Here’s a picture of one that the melted dark chocolate on the stove. (probably can be done in microwave too) They dipped 1/2 inch of the tip of the lollipop stick in the melted chocolate. Then insert the lollipop stick straight into the cooled/finished cake ball. Make sure to go no more than halfway in cake ball. This helps the stick to stay secure in the treat. Holding the end of the stick with ball attached, dip the ball into the chocolate until all covered. To help secure stick, make sure dipped chocolate meets at base of lollipop stick. Twirl till evenly coated. Sprinkle with your choice of topping. The one above is done with white dot sprinkles. Place on Styrofoam block to dry or place on cookie sheet for flat bottom. (Like those pictured below, I do this if I don’t have a block handy)