Cake pops work around a simple concept of combining cake crumbles with your choice of frosting and preparing little bite-sized balls of the same, followed by assembling them on a stick once they are covered with a final outer coating. Making everything just so portable, the treats open a whole world of customizations when it comes to the flavours and decor. Chocolate, peanut butter, berries or pumpkins – every dessert flavour to name has been covered by these 30 delicious cake pops below!
16. Strawberry Cake Pops
Ditch the idea of baking the cake first and then rolling it into balls by blending in some icing – these strawberry cake pops are actually prepared in a mixing some white cake mix with lots of strawberry jello, water, canola oil, eggs and some mashed strawberries, finally baking the treats! While the integration of luscious jello transforms the simple cake mix into truly enchanting, the mashed strawberries going into the batter make things a lot more juicy. Once, you freeze the cake balls, you’re all set to roll them in melted chocolate.
Recipe Details : wannabite
17. Brownie Cake Pops
Experimenting a little with the standard recipes every now and then isn’t a bad idea at all when the end results turn out to be as scrumptious and moist as these brownie cake pops. Instead of preparing the dough ball with cake mix and frosting, these pops are actually made with a rich and fudgy brownie mix, further dipping the baked brownie balls in loads of melted luscious dark chocolate by DOVE. Sprinkling the cake pops with some rainbow candy coated chips adds the much-needed dash of color to these chocolicious lovelies.
Recipe Details : barbarabakes
18. Red Velvet Cheesecake Pops
Twist all things awesome about your favorite red velvet cheesecake into a super mini yet hugely delicious bite-sized dessert! The secret here is to wrap an ultra-soft ball of red velvet cake (about half the size of a regular cake pop dough ball) with a thick layer of velvet-like cheesecake, dipping everything in the magic of white chocolate. Speaking of the decor, you can adorn the frozen pops with some bright red candy melts, signifying the flavour in a cool and of course, tasty fashion.
Recipe Details : lifeloveandsugar
19. Mint Chocolate Chip Cake Pops
Have you ever experienced that element of freshness a mint chocolate chip ice cream treats your taste buds with? If yes, you are going to fall head over heels in love with these cake pops that are just a reminiscent of that amazing flavour. Decorated with some green-white chocolate strips, a smothering of dark chocolate houses the minty surprise inside – a minty chocolate cake having its flavours enhanced with the addition of strong black coffee, further studded with lots of mini chocolate chips. Combine buttercream with the cake dough for an even softer texture.
Recipe Details : sprinklesforbreakfast.squarespace
20. Salted Caramel Cake Pops – Starbucks Copycat Recipe
The melt-in-the-mouth charm packed in the innermost layers of these cake pops inspired by the classic Starbucks dessert is all credits to moist homemade chocolate cake crumbs and a super sweet caramel frosting combined together. Melted milk chocolate forms the blanket of delight around the cake balls, while a hat of white chocolate on top makes things extraordinarily chocolatey. Once the chocolate layers get hardened, simply drizzle some more caramel frosting on top, lastly sprinkling some sea salt on the pops.
Recipe Details : instructables
21. Pink Champagne Cake Pops
When it’s about celebrating an occasion, why must one settle for pink champagne when they can treat themselves with some pink champagne clubbed with a sweet and spongy awesomeness? And that’s exactly what these sweet champagne flavored cake pops with a pretty pink center work wonders for! White chocolate candy melts cover the baked dough combining buttercream and pink champagne cake, while that dash of glitter on the outside is brought by coating the treats in lots of diamond sugar.
Recipe Details : keepitsweetdesserts
22. Key Lime Cake Pops
At times when you can’t be bothered to prepare a crispy pie crust yet want to cherish the absolute deliciousness of key lime pie – just get going to craft these key lime cake pops packed with an overdose of the refreshing flavours of lime. Whether it’s that ball of key lime cake hidden inside, that rich key lime frosting helping in the making of the dough, or simply the lime spiked coating, everything about this recipe by CandiQuik does justice to its title. A little crunch comes to play with a sprinkling of graham cracker crumbs.
Recipe Details : candiquik
23. Carrot Cake Pops
There’s undoubtedly no one who can get enough of such a succulent concoction of cream cheese, carrot cake and white chocolate as sported by these pretty-looking carrot cake pops. The other ingredients include canola oil, granulated sugar, light brown sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder, salt, nutmeg, flour, carrots and chopped pecans. Soaking in the fall flavours with a cup of coffee and these yummy pops that are creamy, spongy and nutty at the same time are exactly what the weather calls for!
Recipe Details : deliciouslyyum
24. Pumpkin Spice Cake Pops
Serving pumpkin spice cake pops just can’t miss impressing the guests at the get together. The filling for these super cute cake pops is made out of some pumpkin spice cake mix and the ingredients mentioned on the box to bake the mix, while the dipping on the outside is actually lots of Wilton pumpkin spice candy melts. Not to forget, the aroma makes them truly tempting and the decoration makes the pops oh so chocolatey, after all you drizzle some lovely strips of light cocoa candy melts on the refrigerated pop perfection!
Recipe Details : flouronmyface
25. No Bake Peanut Butter Oreo Cake Pops
Instead of sponge cake, the ever-amazing crushed Oreo cookies mixed with the velvety touch of cream cheese gets rolled into little balls for these cake pops. When dipped in a thick mixture of peanut butter candy melts and attached to lollipop sticks, how these cookie balls end up in a totally no bake peanut butter oreo treat is absolutely unbelievable. For the much-needed touches of glamour, you can always go for some chocolate sprinkles or even rainbow ones to delight the kids at the party.
Recipe Details : rosebakes
26. Maple Bacon Cake Pops
Bacon, after having established itself as a staple ingredient for some of the most mouth-watering dishes, has found a great place in the world of desserts as well! So, here come an amazing maple bacon cake pops idea by Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt wherein the pops are loaded inside and out with tiny bits of bacon. The cake dough is of course, integrated with maple extract, maple syrup and some ground ginger for an enhanced flavour, while swiss meringue buttercream goes into dough after it’s baked, wrapping it in melted chocolate.
Recipe Details : cookiedoughandovenmitt
27. Blackberry Cake Pops
Alluring to the eyes, and delicious to the taste buds – these blackberry cake pops look oh so beautiful in terms of the subtle shades of purple and white they flaunt, further decorated with glittery sprinkles. A blended mixture of white frosting and fresh blackberries is combined with the baked white cake that was prepared by adding some Canada Dry Blackberry Ginger Ale before it was baked, finally rolling the union into little balls. For dipping the dough balls, you need to use purple or white candy melts.
Recipe Details : theshirleyjourney
28. Cookies and Cream Cake Pops
Isn’t cookies and cream a world-adored snack option for one and all? Allow these cake pops inspired by the treat to become your new found morning love. And we simply can’t doubt the fact that nothing can be better than combining Oreo cookies and cake, brightening up everything with a covering of chocolate. You can always go for a boxed vanilla cake to mix with the cookie crumbs, moistening the filling with some buttercream, before you dip out the balls. Cover with melted chocolate, decorating with a cap of white chocolate beauty!
Recipe Details : iscreamforbuttercream
29. Nutella Cake Pops
Nutella – that jar of gooey hazelnut paste sitting in the pantry is truly not worth resting idle, especially when it can be repurposed into a drool-worthy cakey something. Club the yummy spread with lots of chocolate cake crumbs prepared with a boxed cake mix, serving the combination in little bites of utmost flavour once you have baked them and wrapped the finished thing in candy melting coating chocolate. Decorating the pops is a matter of your whims and choices – go for sprinkles or simply spread some more chocolate on top.
Recipe Details : howdoesshe
30. Valentine Red Velvet Cheesecake Pops
A romantic evening with that special someone can become even more memorable when you are accompanied by an insanely sweet and delicious dessert. The milky white chocolate coating on the treats hides a rich and soft mixture of some baked red velvet cake crumbs and lots of luscious cream cheese. You wouldn’t be able to wait to welcome these Valentine red velvet cheesecake pops paying a tribute to the occasion with those little hearts and red sprinkles going for the decor!
Recipe Details : yummiestfood
Sporting beautifully customized cakes on a lollipop stick, cake pops absolutely steal the show with the kind of portability they come with, keeping everyone from handling dessert plates. Of course, the fact that they charm everyone with their heavenly flavours deserves an honorary mention!
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