Okay, so cake pops, I might as well say it, are awesome. They may be used for kids’ birthday parties, baby showers, Christmas, craft fairs, and so much more. They look great and you can decorate them however you like.

A few years ago, making cake pops seemed more difficult than it does now. While you can still go the difficult route, there are tools to make it easier.

Some recipes require you to make a full cake and then cut out the pieces to put on the stick and ice. You may decide to do this, especially if you don’t have the other tools. In this case, you may want to watch this first video. From this cake pop instructional video, you receive step by step directions. However, if you have a cake pop mold or donut hole maker, you may want to skip to the next video.

 

So just to clarify, the above video is that which makes the cake pops from an already baked cake. The video below shows you how to make cake pops from the cake pop mold. If you have a donut hole maker, simply skip the part where the mold is used. Bake the donut holes, place the lollipop stick in the baked treat and continue to decorate. Just make sure the stick is firmly in the treat prior to frosting it.

If you have a donut hole maker, simply skip the part where the mold is used. Bake the donut holes, place the lollipop stick in the baked treat and continue to decorate. Just make sure the stick is firmly in the treat prior to frosting it.

 

To package these little goodies, it’s easy enough. Just place a small treat bag over it and tie with curling ribbon. It makes them look very snazzy. Of course, there are other ways to package them as well – that just happens to be one of my favorites lol.

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