Have you tried cake pops with a cake pop maker? Cake pops are a convenient way to give a small portion of a decadent cake to guests on-the-go. There is no better dessert than cake pops for any occasion: bake sale, birthday, or baby shower. They’re adorable, but making them from the ground up can be difficult, especially if you’re a novice. There’s an easier way to make them, but it’s time-consuming.
We’ll show you how to make cake pops using a cake pop maker in the following instructions.
Gather Items & Ingredients
- ¾ cup sugar
- ½ cup butter, melted
- 2 eggs
- 1 ½ cups flour
- 1 tsp. baking powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- Cake Pop Maker
- Lollipop sticks
- 1 1/2 tbsp. orange juice
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
After coating the frying plates with a thin layer of oil, turn on the cake pop maker and let it to warm up. When the gadget is ready to use, there ought to be a signal light that flashes at you to let you know.
Step #1. Mix Sugar & Butter
All the ingredients for the cake batter are combined in a bowl and whisked together.
Melt butter and sugar in a bowl and stir until well combined.
Step #2. Add Eggs
In a bowl, mix the cake batter ingredients. Measurement tools on the side.
Mix in the eggs until they’re incorporated.
Step #3. Add the Flour & Powders
Ingredients for cake batter in a mixing basin. Measurement tools on the side.
Pour in the flour, baking soda, and baking powder.
Step #4. Add Milk
Whisking together the batter for a cake. On the side, a set of measuring spoons.
Mix in the milk until it is completely smooth.
Step #5. Pipe the Batter into the Cake Pop Maker
Making cake pops by piping batter into the molds.
Fill the cake pop cavities in the cake pop machine to just below the top with the batter after placing it in a piping bag (careful not to overfill).
Step #6. Bake for 4 to 5 Minutes
Wooden backdrop for cake pops baked in a cake pop maker.
Take a toothpick and see whether it’s done baking for 4 to 5 minutes. Remove the cake balls from the cake pop maker with care, as it can get extremely hot. I prefer to use a heat glove or a spatula while I’m working with hot foods. When you’re done, unplug the appliance and let it cool off before washing it down.
Once the cake pops have cooled, use a small knife to remove any leftover cake that may be on the cake balls.
Step #7. Make the Glaze
Filling the cake pop molds with batter.
Orange juice and powdered sugar should be thoroughly combined.
In a bowl, combine icing sugar and orange juice.
Mixing icing sugar with orange juice in a bowl.
Step #8. Cool & Roll in Glaze
Bowls of cake pops and icing.
Upon cooling, drizzle the orange glaze over the cake pops and roll them to coat. After they’ve dried, you can either insert the treat sticks or serve them straight from the pan.
Cake pops baked and dipped in icing.
To serve, the cake pops are glazed and placed on a wooden platter.
Step #9. Dish it up and take a bite.
Cake pops with icing and frosting in jar on wooden background.
A serving dish with glazed cake pops.
Popsicles in a glass jar on a wooden tabletop.
Wooden background, clear cake pops in an airtight glass container.
Using a cake pop machine may be something you’ve wondered about. How simple can it be? NOW YOU KNOW! Do you want to simplify things even further? The next time you make this, consider using a cake mix to shorten the prep time.
The wet glaze or chocolate can be decorated with colorful sugar or charming sprinkles for an extra fun cake pop touch. They’ll look especially festive at any event, whether it’s a Christmas party or a birthday party.
Place your pops in an airtight container while not in use. In the refrigerator, they’ll keep for approximately two weeks and in the freezer for up to three months.
Yes, I can’t wait to play around with this new kitchen gadget. Try some savory cake pop maker egg nibbles for a change.