Babycakes CP-12 Cake Pop Maker

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Babycakes CP-12 Cake Pop Maker, 12 Cake Pop Capacity, Purple
PROS
  • 466 REVIEWS CAKE POP
  • 199 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
  • 146 REVIEWS CAKE BALLS
  • 38 REVIEWS YEAR OLD
  • 87 REVIEWS EASY TO CLEAN
  • 49 REVIEWS MAKE SURE
  • 44 REVIEWS RECIPE BOOK
  • 20 REVIEWS WASTE OF MONEY
  • 21 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 28 REVIEWS SUPER EASY
  • 9 REVIEWS TRIAL AND ERROR
  • 25 REVIEWS EVERY TIME
  • 41 REVIEWS DAUGHTER LOVES
  • 10 REVIEWS NONSTICK
  • 28 REVIEWS MUCH BETTER
  • 16 REVIEWS CANDY MELTS
  • 8 REVIEWS SATURN RINGS
  • 13 REVIEWS PIPING BAG
  • 7 REVIEWS SENT IT BACK
  • 18 REVIEWS OLD DAUGHTER
Babycakes CP-12 Cake Pop Maker
Babycakes CP-12 Cake Pop Maker

Description

Bake 12 cake pops or doughnut holes in minutes

Top Positive Review


I got this today and used it right away to practice making cake pops for my daughters 3rd Birthday in 2 weeks. So a little background, my 3 year old LOVES cake pops, and I??m no baker, believe me, so every now and then when I get my iced coffee at Starbucks id get her a cake pop. Now, these things are insanely expensive at Starbucks (and at other places), so I did some online reading and came across this. Let me tell you, it delivers. Easy to use just plug it in, use the recipe book that comes with it and make the cake pops! I put the dough in a zip lock bag and cut a corner for less mess. I attached pictures and as long as you follow the recipe included (I made vanilla tonight) it was a breeze. I have frozen more than half of cake balls that I made with the baby cakes recipe because I want to try different things with them before the birthday. Seriously easy and even more important very VERY delicious.

Top Critical Review


I’m not that thrilled with this. Cleanup can be difficult, and the pops all have a “seam” going around them. By the way, at least on the 12-pop unit, they’re approximately 1.5″ in diameter – hard to find that information! Also, the top doesn’t seem to bake as much as the bottom (even allowing for the time it takes to fill, giving the bottoms more heat). Be aware that the prong device to remove these is metal, which seems silly given that it’s a non-stick unit. I ended up using little cocktail forks to spear them and pull them out. I do like how fast these bake. Successful things I’ve done include Happy Jack Belgian waffle mix – love the texture for that, a pancake mix with a bit of cocoa, vanilla, and red food color added (sort of red velvet), and a “just add water” chocolate chip muffin mix. I think my three tips for using this would be – let it heat up longer than the first time that it says that it’s ready, find the right batter consistency and use that instead of the mix recipe amounts, and find a way to accurately fill the holes quickly. You might use a pastry bag, or a disposable zippered plastic bag with a hole cut in it. Spooning it in is slower and not highly accurate, so you may overfill some and underfill others. Also, remember that you have to squeeze the latch at the handle to open it.

Customer Questions & Answers


What material is the metal plate inside the non-stick coating?
Answer: ?? ??what MATERIAL is the METAL plate?? ???????

at what time do you put the stick in the cake
Answer: Once you finish cooking the cake balls, you let them cool briefly. At this point, you dip the stick in the melted candy coating and insert into the cake ball. The coating dip helps secure the stick for further dipping.

Does the 9 make bigger cake pops than the 12?
Answer: Both machines make cake pops that are approximately 1 1/4 inches around.

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