Cake pops hit work this week when my friend Melaney made some delicious treats for our colleague Jen's birthday.
Melaney had a secret weapon at her disposal for this bake: a cake pop maker!
This machine takes the faff out of cake pops. The time consuming element is the forming of the ball shapes and this gadget does it for you. Any flavour can be used and they only take 4 minutes to cook!
The cake pops were very moist and tasted a little bit like doughnuts. Definitely not like a cupcake. I quite liked the fact that they weren't as sweet as traditional cake pops which have frosting mixed into the cake mixture so they will form into the ball shapes.
Melaney dipped the tops of the pops in white chocolate and decorated with sugar strands. They were delicious and a very good size to satisfy a sweet craving.
If I can get Chris to allow another cooking gadget into the house I will be purchasing one! Or I may just hide it...
Mum. Wife. Artist. Baker.