The cake pop maker features power and ready lights, convenient cord wrap, latching handle and it comes with a fork tool, 50 cake pop sticks and a cake pop stand.
My Take: So this little machine is adorable. Its lavender so it really stands out against all my other appliances. I ripped it out of the box as soon as I got home. I had to make cake. I flipped through the recipe booklet provided. Along with basic instructions (they really are basic…plug into wall and wait) they has included a few cake recipes, a doughnut hole recipe, and multiple frosting/glaze options. At first I thought “Well gee that doesn’t give me much to work with…” but then it dawned on me : You can use any recipe you already have, logically speaking. I pulled out a cake mix I had on hand which happened to be Devil’s Food. I then separated the mix into 1/3s. Why? We didn’t need that many cake pops and this way I can always make them fresh.
-Easy to clean
-Doesn’t take up too much space
-Accessories that are actually useful
-Can use different types aka muffins, cake, & even brownies…although they were pretty lumpy
-Great for portion control!!!!
-Can be difficult to remove the cakes
-Wish it came in a giant size too….but that might just be me being lazy!
|Cooling before their Spooky Slime Glaze.
So my husband thought this was SO cool I walked in on him making muffins yesterday! It really is that fun! They have a few other types, but this is probably the only one I will buy. I mean, it pretty much does it all!
|Vanilla “Green Slime” Glaze.
|So here’s what happens when you overfill the machine! Turned out a bit like a brownie corner. I don’t know why, but I thought this was hilarious.
|Here’s the stand which I put on top of a plate. It holds 12, same as the machine.
|Batch #1: Top row is swirled glaze, middle is linear glaze, bottom is “drop” glaze.
|Batch #2: I made way too much, so I smothered them and added sprinkles. Lazy or awesome?I think you know which one I went with! 😉