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6th Apr '13
Smash Fins ; 2 kids; Denver, Colorado 1293 posts
6th Apr '13

Starbucks but their pretty expensive for what they are.



I believe they are pretty easy to make so I will continue to watch this.

[yo.] 1 child; Gayville, South Dakota 13371 posts
6th Apr '13

Walmart sells them in the freezer section, all you have to do is defrost them

Spoonful of Jayson 17 kids; Morrisville, Pennsylvania 11627 posts
6th Apr '13

I can look it up in a sec, but the girl who writes the blog skinnytaste.com has a cakepop pan that she recommends every time she makes cakepops. I would def check it out.

Spoonful of Jayson 17 kids; Morrisville, Pennsylvania 11627 posts
6th Apr '13

Here is the one where she suggested the pan...



http://www.skinnytaste.com/2013/02/valentines-day-cake-balls.html

What if... 2 kids; Ontario 4587 posts
6th Apr '13

They arent too difficult. I dont like the cake pop makers.. I think the cakes pops made that way are boring lol I like the method where you mix cake and icing and roll into balls.

Bonnie Beaver♥ Due April 8; 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 18313 posts
6th Apr '13
Quoting Dallas ♥ Isla:" They arent too difficult. I dont like the cake pop makers.. I think the cakes pops made that way are boring lol I like the method where you mix cake and icing and roll into balls."


:lol: This is what I did. They turned out more like cake pop lumps.

What if... 2 kids; Ontario 4587 posts
6th Apr '13
Quoting Legendary Bonnie Beaver:" :lol: This is what I did. They turned out more like cake pop lumps. "


but I bet they were DELICIOUS lumps

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30924 posts
6th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Dallas ♥ Isla:</b>" They arent too difficult. I dont like the cake pop makers.. I think the cakes pops made that way are boring lol I like the method where you mix cake and icing and roll into balls."</blockquote>



This is how I make them..but easy on the frosting so they don't get mushy.