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BabyCakes Flip-Over Complete Cake Pops Maker Kit

4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
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  • Bakes 12 Cake Pop Holes in just minues - Nonskid Rubber Feet For Safety
  • Power & Ready Lights Make Operation Easy
  • GreaT for Kids and Adults Alike!
  • Includes: Batter Bottle - Fork Tool - 50 Sticks - 2 Plastic Cooling Racks
  • Create Delectably Fun Treats For Any Occasion
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Product Description

Put your party in motion with this Babycakes cake pop maker. Its housing gently rotates so you can achieve perfectly browned cake pops with every use. Create delectably fun treats for any occasion with this Babycakes cake pop maker. Nonstick baking plates ensure effortless food removal. Power and ready lights make operation easy. Nonskid rubber feet keep the unit safely in place. Details: Makes 12 cake pops, Includes: two plastic cooling racks, 50 sticks, fork tool & batter bottle, Wipe clean. Model no. CP-34R

Product Information

Product Dimensions 16.8 x 8 x 8.5 inches
Item Weight 5.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 6.8 pounds
Manufacturer Babycakes
ASIN B007P62W5I
Origin China
Item model number CP-34R
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4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #127,549 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,031 in Kitchen & Dining > Glassware & Drinkware > Mixed Drinkware Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com May 10, 2012

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Let me start by saying that I share Alton Brown's aversion to single-purpose items, and I had gotten pretty good at making Bakerella-style cake pops. Then my daughter got the Babycakes recipe book for Christmas, and I was reeled in by all the other stuff you can make, like doughnuts. No, I do not ever plan to make meatballs in this sucker, but there are plenty of more realistic recipes to try :)

Our cake pop maker arrived yesterday, and we've been making sweet balls of bite-sized deliciousness ever since! Chocolate chip cake balls for dessert last night. Breakfast: french toast doughnuts with homemade maple glaze. Today, we'll put balls on sticks, grab the chocolate & try out the melting capabilities of the included miniature crockpot. I will say that included items like the two-pronged fork and the cooling racks really help!

Yes, that's right: even though it's not pictured or mentioned anywhere on the sale page, the little chocolate dipper was included in the box with our cake pop maker.

Now, a few people have said that they could buy this item cheaper on other sites, but most of those comments were before Christmas. I don't know how much Amazon was selling it for then, or what the going rate was elsewhere ... as of late last week, Amazon's price ($35-40) + free 2-day shipping beat out eBay, Michael's, & the handful of online vendors I checked. Especially with extras like the chocolate dipper, cooling racks, etc.

Oh, and the jury's still out on the merits of the batter bottle ... the miniature chocolate chips got stuck more than once, and the batter isn't quite runny enough for it to flow easily out of the bottle. We had better luck using a plastic baggy with one corner snipped off.
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I really am enjoying my BabyCakes cake pop maker. It is so easy to use and makes consistently good cake pops. The recipes included are simple and taste very good. I really like the recipe for the Cherry Cake. To fill the wells, I use my Oxo Good Grips Cookie Scoop (the small one) and use a slightly rounded scoop of batter. The scoop makes it quick and simple to create lots of goodies. I also purchased the book "175 best babycakes recipes"; by Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss. I have tried 4 of the recipes for cake and 3 for glazes and love them all. I highly recommend this product!

Update 4/1/13:
I am still loving the cake pop maker. It has worked well and I have had no problems with it. People who have tried the pops are consistently happy with them. Just a few suggestions:
-I recommend the paper sticks. Even with dipping the ends in icing first, the plastic ones come out of the pops before you are ready.
- I still use the small Oxo Good Grips cookie scoop instead of the bottle provided. It is much simpler and wastes less batter.
- If you decide to put sprinkles on the pops, hold them over a bowl or measuring cup as you put them on, then you can put the excess back in the bottle and will not waste as many sprinkles.
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I really like this little machine to make babycake pops. It works as described...make sure you use plenty of oil/spray to prevent sticking. The recipes in the book are good to start. Haven't had any burnt pops or any other catastrophe...I did read the manual and instructions well before I began. I would recommend it - beats making cakepops the old fashioned way.
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I bought this to be a gift, and we finally got around to using it. The tools included are great. Using the recipes included of cake batter, we the amount yielded was 41 cake balls total. I probably could have gotten at least one more out (maybe two) if I had used a better technique to get the batter out of the squeezing bottle.

The batter is thick and sticky, so it stays mostly down at the bottom. It was hard to squeeze the bottle enough to get the batter out after about four of the spheres. I learned quickly that it is best to place the bottle upside down when not in use. (It has a measuring cup/cap that will hold it steady like this)

The timing directions were not clear in this recipe, but with fidgeting after the first couple rounds, I came up with what seems like the best time to cook. For our recipe, the booklet said to cook for 4-6 minutes. I squeezed the batter into the holes in an order that I could remember (also, each half sphere is 1 tbsp, which is exactly the amount needed to make the pop, so it's very easy to estimate), then once I was done, I closed the top, flipped it over, and waited two minutes. Then after the two minutes, I flipped it back over to the original position, then waited another minute. After this minute, the batter was fully cooked and the toothpick method of testing it came out dry. Then, I removed them in order with the included fork.

Overall, the product works great. It would have been nicer to have more clear directions of when to flip it over and everything like that, but I think my timing method works really well. The pops were delicious. It's very easy to eat five of them in one sitting.

I'm also going to try to use bamboo skewers as the sticks to be a cheap replacement for the plastic or paper ones that are included.
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