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Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker

Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker

Item SKU: ITEM 1678
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- Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker New - - BRAND NEW - - Officially Licensed -

First off, this mini cake pop maker is a life saver! I used to make cake pops the traditional way with crumbled cake and frosting, then followed by rolling them into balls but that whole process took far too much time so I decided to invest in this machine. With this machine I don't have to worry about the consistency of the cake pop and the frosting (when it's too moist the cake pop will break through the lollipop stick or it can sometimes break when you coat your chocolate due to the weight- very frustrating!).

The first time I used this machine, I used brownie mix and it turned out to be a disaster. The brownies would stick on the non sticking plate even though I rubbed/sprayed cooking spray on it every single time. The second time I used the cake mix box sold in stores and they came out to be perfect! Greasing the plates were not required because they popped right out and in perfect shape! When I poured too much cake batter into the maker, it'd overflow and leave extra cake scraps but it's easy to remove. Some of the balls had "Saturn" rings around it and I kept it that way without trimming the edges because it wasn't too visible and it kind of gave the cake pop a natural lollipop look to it. In the end I coated my cake balls with Wilton Candy Melts which can be purchased in Walmart, Michaels, or Joanns.

Pros:
Easy to use
Easy to clean
Makes the cake pops extremely fast! (3-5 minutes for a batch)

Cons:
Machine gets extremely hot so make sure to touch the handle for open and close access

Overall my experience with this machine was good. I wasn't too happy with this machine at first because my pops failed (with the brownie mix).. but practice makes perfect right? They came out perfect the second time (as shown in my pictures when I used cake mix) so don't be discourage if you fail the first few times because you need to get the hang of it first. It is recommended that you do test the machine to make sure it works properly and test your cake balls before you decide to make cake pops for any occasions.
By CnK on October 7, 2015
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 save-a-lot brand of cake mix to save money, and seasonal Aldi mix. (The box is $0.50 at Aldi for delicious seasonal mix and I get about 50 cake pops per box!! Surprisingly, It tastes just as good as name brand mix but it's a lot richer in flavor!)
-Use a phone timer for 4 minutes- out comes delicious cake pops
-Do not use icing!!!! Use chocolate! If you are making the pops with kids, use white melting chocolate or white baking chips. Add in food coloring for fun with different colors! Youtube has many tutorials for making Doc Mcstuffins, Sponge Bob, Dora, Peppa Pig, and many other popular cartoons for cake pops.
-Surf google for coupons before going into stores! A lot of stores, especially Michaels and Joann's, can scan coupons off of your phone. If I'm feeling fancy, I visit Michael's for my Wilton's melting chips and they always cost around 1.50-2.00 each time :)

All in all, I love this maker and I hope that you'll love it too! It is definitely a family favorite!
By Tiffany N. on February 3, 2015
I like it. It's easy to use, takes little care and comes with some nice accessories, such as pop sticks, a drying rack, a little fork and a syringe. Though these items are not made for heavy use, they are more than adequate for us non-pros. If you follow the instructions, you can easily produce doughnut holes/cake pops. This item produces more pops in one batch than other makers on the market. I suspect the balls may be slightly smaller, but to a 6-year-old, that doesn't matter. A dozen at a time is more or less a 'batch' so this model works well. The fork makes it easy to remove the balls from the maker and put them on a cooling rack. We've used a white cake mix, a brownie mix and a gingerbread mix and are pleased with the results. My wife used the injector to put melted marscapone into the gingerbread balls. It did a good job and the results are tasty. The key is to follow the instructions and to have someone who knows how the different type of mixes bake. The brownie mix takes a little longer than the white cake mix. The gingerbread pops took 3.5 minutes, but my wife decreased the water by about an ounce, so the batter was a little heavy. I did the white cake mix and baked them for 4.5 minutes each batch. The cake mix yielded 6.5 batches. The brownie mix produced about two dozen. Now some suggestions. Getting the right amount of batter into each well is crucial to a good pop; too little and they're not as round, too much and you get something that looks like Saturn and there's more clean-up. The brownies had mini-chocolate chips in them and many didn't make it into a ball. To get the right amount of batter and do it quickly, I recommend using a pancake batter pencil. You can add cake batter and squeeze out the right amount quickly. For thicker batters with chips and such, use a cookie press. The press should push the chips through. Trying to spoon a tablespoon of batter into the wells gets messy. You can use a canning (wide-mouth) funnel to transfer batter from your mixing bowl into the pancake batter pencil. Have fun.
By GrandpaJ on July 10, 2011