I got the cake pop pans for the kids for Christmas. Camden is home with me today. We were watching Price is Right today and someone had to guess the price of a cake pop pan, which then brought us in the kitchen using our own.
Easy to do, but I do have a few tips for you from learning from our mistakes.
Coat your pan before each use. Make your cake mix according to direction. I was glad to have had my little scooper, a spoon would have been pretty messy.
Cover and clip your pans together.
My big tip is to “spill” the batter over the top a bit. It needs to have the right amount of mix in the pan to form the ball. If not , you’ll have two halves. There are holes in the top of the ball pan and where a little excess batter will come out. This is good, that means that they have formed balls. I baked mine at 325 for 17 minutes, came out perfect!
Let them cool in the pan for 5 minutes. They came out very easily.
Have fun dipping in your favorite chocolate and shaking your colorful sprinkle. I love the peppermint ones!
We ended up making 60 cake pops with our 1 cake box batter.
If you’d like the cake pop pan, here it is on Amazon. I got mine at TJ Maxx, but did not see them there after Christmas. I only paid $1 less than on Amazon for mine. You can get free shipping with your Prime or Super saver shipping.