Do you make them? If so, do you have the special pans, electric cooker, or just make a cake and scoop the cake into mounds and then dip in frosting? TX!
I've never made them but the real cake pops are cake and frosting mooshed together and then formed into balls (think cake/frosting truffles) and then dipped in some sort of coating.
I know they have pans to make round cake balls which you frost after baking/cooking.
I've seen the pans at WM and Walgreens.
Have had the pops a couple of times at Starbucks.
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i made them once with cake crumbs and frosting rolled then dipped fun but time consuming. kids liked them.
While I have no problem buying fabric, cutting it up, sewing it back together, call it a quilt... LOL ...the idea of taking a perfectly good cake and smooshing it up just doesn't set right with me. Perhaps it's because my mother told me not to play with my food...
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I have had them and didn't like them. I went to a brownie class at the local Viking store and everything else was delicious, but the brownie cake pops were dry. Just my opinion.
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