Cupcake Pops

Wonderstruck Wonderstruck
Anyone else love them? I got myself a cupcake pop maker for Christmas last year.
10/28/2012
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Sera26 Sera26
I've had them fro Starbucks, super yummy. I plan on getting my own maker but haven't gotten around to it.
10/28/2012
js250 js250
They are so yummy and I have been making them for many years!!
10/29/2012
LoooveMonkey LoooveMonkey
I've never had them, and I probably wouldn't make them myself. I don't like buying silly appliances I'll only use once or twice a year. lol

That being said, I would like to try one.
10/29/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
I love them we actually have one of the cupcake pop makers!
10/29/2012
js250 js250
Quote:
Originally posted by LoooveMonkey
I've never had them, and I probably wouldn't make them myself. I don't like buying silly appliances I'll only use once or twice a year. lol

That being said, I would like to try one.
You do not need a specific appliance. Bake a cake. Let it cool and crumble it add frosting to crumbles and roll in balls. Place handle in ball and dip in melted chocolate, white chocolate or icing. Enjoy! To add filling to the middle, get a pastry tube and longer decorating nozzle. Poke hole in bottom with new popsicle stick and add whipped cream filling.

You can also make them by baking small cupcakes, frosting them and decorating them.

I make cheesecake pops as well.
10/29/2012
AmethystSmoke AmethystSmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
You do not need a specific appliance. Bake a cake. Let it cool and crumble it add frosting to crumbles and roll in balls. Place handle in ball and dip in melted chocolate, white chocolate or icing. Enjoy! To add filling to the middle, get a pastry ... More
Yum!

Where do you live?!?!
10/29/2012
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
You do not need a specific appliance. Bake a cake. Let it cool and crumble it add frosting to crumbles and roll in balls. Place handle in ball and dip in melted chocolate, white chocolate or icing. Enjoy! To add filling to the middle, get a pastry ... More
That's how I make cake pops. I think I would prefer that method, since the frosting keeps the cake from getting crumbly and messy. I usually throw mine in the freezer before I dip them in melted chocolate so they don't fall right back off the stick.
10/30/2012
Rory Rory
Never heard of them before but I'll try them out now!
10/31/2012
wetone123 wetone123
Sounds wonderful to me!
10/31/2012
LoooveMonkey LoooveMonkey
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
You do not need a specific appliance. Bake a cake. Let it cool and crumble it add frosting to crumbles and roll in balls. Place handle in ball and dip in melted chocolate, white chocolate or icing. Enjoy! To add filling to the middle, get a pastry ... More
Oh. Well that's cool!! Thanks for the tip!
11/01/2012
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