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Make perfect cake pops at home without the mess with the Homemade Cake Pops Maker. It has a power on and ready indicator light, and a nonstick cooking surface for easy clean up. The Homemade Cake Pops Maker will make baking with the whole family fun.
The Cake Pop Maker was simple to use: Just fill the holes with a spoonful of cake mix, close the lid and then wait for 5 minutes. When you are done, you have perfectly formed little balls of cake. Add a stick and maybe some icing (we used melted chocolate), and you have a treat kids love. And bonus: it was very simple to clean up.
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Hi Jenny, what recipe do you use for your cake pop batter? Also, do you make sure your cake pop maker is pre-heated and lightly oiled before use? Follow my cake pop batter recipe above – filling each hole almost level – and you will have perfect cake pops every time!
Ha ha, yes! Cake pop maker = best kitchen gadget EVER!
Oh no! I hope your cake pop maker turns up in time!
First time I saw a cake pop maker, I though…How stupid. Just make a cake or cupcakes. But now that I see some of the things that can be done with one of these…I MUST get one.
Cake pops are so delicious and beautiful. Do you want to make some cake pops for your home party? Play this fun Cake Pops Maker game and learn how to make them! Have fun!Using a cake pop maker decreases the mess and baking time and produces perfectly shaped cake balls, you can create a number of tiny cakes in a single batch which increases efficiency with no added clean-up. There are so many cake pop makers out there that people want to know what is the best cake pop maker? refer to the buying guide below to know about what to look for.What could possibly be better than pie, you ask? Why, mini pies on a stick, of course! Create delicious tiny pies with the BABYCAKES Pie Pop Maker and add a little sweetness to your day!Electric cake pop makers are similar to the griddle pan concept and are preferred over cake pop baking pans because of their convenience. Each machine is small and comes with a recipe book of pre-tested recipes that are easy to make and work best with a cake pop maker as opposed to store bought cake mixes, although these can be used as well. This machine does not require the use of an oven, simply pour the batter into the molds and close the lid. The main specification to look for while buying an electric cake pop maker isCake pop baking pans come in different shapes, sizes and capacities and are made of different materials. Silicon molds are easy to use because the cake balls can be removed from them easily, metal trays require an initial coating of non-stick spray or oil before use. This is however not the same as an electric cake pop maker, it is just the pan which you then have to place in your own oven.This cake pop maker by Bella has non-stick aluminum plates and non-slip rubber feet for increased stability. What’s even better is that it comes in three different shapes- Lovely hearts, Perfect spheres and shining stars. The color of this cake pop maker is red and it yields 7 tiny cakes at a time within 3-5 minutes. The package includes: