You will love these 15 easy cake pop recipes made from scratch or using cake mix! They are perfect for kid parties, Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any occasion. Eat your way through this fun collection featuring tasty varieties such as vanilla, pumpkin, and of course chocolate cake pops!
I have never met a kid who doesn't like cake pops.
Come to think of it, I haven't met an adult who doesn't like cake pops!!
These tiny dessert delights on a stick are guilty pleasures of the young and old!
So, I asked my fellow recipe makers to send me their favorite cake pop recipes. The result is this wonderful list of 15 delicious cake pop recipes that you must make immediately!
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- Tips For Making Easy Cake Pops Recipes
- Easy Cake Pop Recipes with Cake Mix
- Easy Cake Pops Made From Scratch
- How To Make Cake Pops with A Mold
Tips for making easy cake pop recipes
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- You don't need a cake pop mold to make them. Use ice cream scoopers, melon scoopers, or even a spoon.
- Cake pop molds are very affordable to get on Amazon. They are also very easy to use. I prefer the silicone molds because they are so easy to cleanup.
- If you don't want to make the batter from scratch, you can use a prepared cake mix. They will taste just as delicious.
- Put the melted frosting in a glass and dip the cake pop while holding the stick end. Do not dip further than the cake pop.
- Twirl the cake pop as you bring it out of the frosting glass. This will give it a smooth and even frosting.
Easy Cake Pop Recipes with Cake Mix
I make these cake pops every year for Halloween and I always run out of them before the evening is even over.
Every year, I think I have made too many and every year, they are gone within an hour!
These require just 5 ingredients and they take less than an hour to make. Super easy! All the ingredients are readily found in your pantry, so run into the kitchen now to make them. 🙂
Heather from A Wicket Whisk has made a very unique cake pop recipe. She adds champagne extract in the cake mix which makes them bubbly delicious.
Her cake pops are quick and easy to make because they need only 4 ingredients. These cake pops would also be great for a gender reveal (for a girl!) because they have a white frosting and are pink on the inside.
Kelsey from Bake Me Some Sugar knows that I loooove German chocolate cake!
She took German cake and turned it into yummy cake balls on a stick! Look how cute they are. I think I could easily eat a dozen of them.
I don't intend to wait until Valentine's day to make these cake pops! Julia made these cake pops with Oreos, and I just can't wait to make them this weekend!
Her cake pop recipe doesn't require the use of cake batter but calls for cream cheese. And only 5 ingredients in her recipe!
Don't they look scrumptious?!
I really want to call these cake pops, "Far Out Cake Pops!". They look out-of-this-world delicious!
Mary from the Flying Couponer shows us how to get those perfect galaxy swirls. It's really easy to get the cake pops to look beautiful.
I give Carlee major 'pops' (lol) for making cake balls look just like deviled eggs! You can't tell just by looking at them, but they are actually cake pops.
She walks you through the process of making these cake balls. They are not at all difficult to make, so head over to her blog to grab the recipe!
This cake pops is for everyone who loves LEGOS! That includes adults!
If someone gave my husband these cake pops, he would easily eat the whole batch. He has loved LEGOS since he was a child.
This cake pops are perfect for kid birthday parties, especially a LEGO-themed party.
This is good news for all that suffer from gluten allergies. Sandi from Fearless Dining shows you how to make this chocolatey good cake pops!
The best part is that you only need 4 ingredients to make these. Why not make a big batch of them right now?
These Minion Cake Pops by The Jenny Evolution would be perfect for a minion birthday party or even for a fun treat for kids when they achieve a milestone.
They’re just the right size for serving kids and no one can resist these adorable and scrumptious yellow pops!
Everything you love about funfetti cake is now in a delicious cake pop recipe. Melissa from the Consumer Queen has found a way to make tiny version of our favorite cake!
The white chocolate frosting is topped with confetti sprinkles. Get the kids involved in decorating them.
Easy Cake Pops Recipes From Scratch
I would never have thought of making cake balls out of churro! Lucky for me, Dianna from Little Sunny Kitchen thought of a great way to make cake balls out of churro.
She also does an amazing job making them from scratch. She has images of every step, so, you won't feel intimidated when making them. Try them for a unique and tasty treat!
Just because you are on a Ketogenic diet, it doesn't mean you should miss out on the cake pop eating experience!
Lyndsay from Officially Gluten Free has created these delicious chocolate cake pops that are completely Keto friendly. Plus, she makes them from scratch, so you know they will be delicious.
Kathleen from The Fresh Cooky made these truffle cake pops from scratch. She also walks you through every step of the way with pictures, so you can follow along while you make them and be sure you are going to nail it!
The best part of these cake pops is that she makes a bouquet of them that you can give as gifts to your valentine. They look better than a bouquet of roses, if you ask me!
Why wait until Valentine's day? You can make these for your sweetheart to express your love right now!
There is nothing like simple vanilla cake pops that are super easy to make. Sally from Sally's Baking Addiction makes these colorful cake pops from scratch!
The cake pops are really versatile. They are great for serving at birthday parties or bridal showers.
Chelsea from Two Twenty Two made these cake pops for her gender reveal party and they were a huge hit!
She made them for the first time and had no trouble whatsoever, so you will have great success when you follow her awesome instructions!
How to Make Easy Cake Pop Recipe using a Mold
- Make sure the mold is clean and dry.
- Pour you cake batter into a piping bag and use a round / plain tip.
- Gently drop the batter into the molds. Do not fill it to the brim.
- Close the top of the mold and gently place into the oven (preheated to about 375° to 400°)
- Cook for about 15-20 minutes and test by putting toothpick through the hold. If it comes out clean, the cake pops are ready.
- Let them cool before you remove the mold cover.
- Insert the sticks in the center of the cake pops. Gently twist out the cake pops and dip them in the frosting of your choice.
- Place them on a baking tray (preferably lined with wax paper) upside down.
- Freeze them for 20 minutes to 2 hours, depending on your frosting.
Your cake pops are now ready to be devoured!
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