Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker

January 3, 2016 - Comment

BABYCAKES Mini Cake Pop Maker – Bake 9 cake pops or doughnut holes in just minutes With Non-Stick Baking Plates Product Features Non-Stick Baking Plates Make 9 Cake Pops Power Light Latching Handle and Non-Skid Rubber Feet Convenient Cord Wrap Related PostsConair Cuisinart CBK-100 2 LB Bread MakerKeurig K575 Coffee Maker, Platinum

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BABYCAKES Mini Cake Pop Maker – Bake 9 cake pops or doughnut holes in just minutes With Non-Stick Baking Plates

Product Features

  • Non-Stick Baking Plates
  • Make 9 Cake Pops
  • Power Light
  • Latching Handle and Non-Skid Rubber Feet
  • Convenient Cord Wrap

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Comments

Tiffany N. says:

Great for kids or a decadent chocolatey treat! 🙂 Great cake pop maker! I am so glad I purchased this machine! My original broke so I ordered a replacement and decided to keep both because the cake pops turn out so well! My younger sisters (ages 1, 3, and 9) all adore making cake pops with me, and the pops are always a hit when family and friends are over. 5 stars for sure! Tips…-BEST TIP: When making white cake mix, add white baking chips (white chocolate chips) to the batter! It adds a special creamy and richness and makes for delicious cake pops. I love to add chocolate chips to chocolate cake pops as well! They are always most raved about in the family and I can rest assured that even if I mess up a recipe, the chocolate chips will cover any blemishes with deliciousness! You can even use candy like hershey’s kisses, Reese’s pieces, and snickers! Yellow cake pops covered in nickers and peppermint are my favorites :)-Use inexpensive cake mix if the cake pops are for personal enjoyment. I use the…

Laura K. says:

Fun Little Machine! Great for young chefs! I got this on a whim for my thirteen year old daughter this past Christmas and I was quite skeptical because I had done no tease arch whatsoever before buying.Our first attempt went very well! I used an inexpensive chocolate cake mix that I got at the dollar store and we made half the box. The appliance heated up as promised very quickly and soon we were able to start dropping small tablespoons of batter into the small round holes. In four minutes we had nine little cakes! Since I wasn’t sure what else to do with these round little cakes I tossed them in powdered sugar and we ate them right up! We even had a few left over to take to her school the next day!I was also happily surprised when the appliance cleaned up very easily. Any leftover cake batter was easily wiped off of the nonstick surface. The other really nice thing about this appliance is that it is quite small. It does not take up a lot of room in my cabinet.Next attempt when even better…

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