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175 Best Babycakes Cake Pop Maker Recipes Paperback – January 19, 2012
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Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss are leading experts on small appliances. Their food consultancy firm develops recipes, tests products and generally sets the standard for innovative recipes and food information.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is what we were looking for. It has a ton of exciting and different recipes you can use. Don't be thrown by cake mixes- As someone with allergies, I've been substituting from every recipe book I've ever gotten. The worth of this book lies in 1) TONS of ideas from appetizers to donuts to Euro pancakes! 2) A range of simple to moderate decoration ideas that the normal person could attempt without spending too much time or money 3) A whole section in the back with gift/presentation ideas, 4) A section with vegan and gluten-free recipes.
THIS is the book we are going to recommend and give to others. We are now interested in the cake pop maker again!
There is also much more than just cake pop recipes there's mini donut holes and breakfast stuff among other things.
Definitely recommend it!
I was expecting a nice big book of 'from scratch' recipes and the majority of these use boxed cake mix (and not just any box cake mix - you have to find special kinds), boxes of pudding (and good luck finding strawberry pudding mix in California - it just doesn't exist here unless ordered online for ridiculous prices) and boxes of whipped topping mix which are quite expensive (like dream whip - which costs more than a pound of organic butter and is basically powdered poison).
There are also very few photos.
The pops I've made from the book have been very dry and they don't have a decent filling selection to offset the dry cake. The only recipe I made that wasn't dry involved pudding and the pops fell apart on the sticks while I tried to coat them. I'm an avid baker and truly skilled at making delicious desserts - but making cake pops that are worth eating has been a real challenge so far.
The white chocolate glaze recipe in this book was atrocious. It tasted better than any cake pop coating I've tried but it never hardened at all. The pops looked like slop.
Like I said - maybe there are some recipe gems in here - but I haven't found them yet
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have my copy and I purchased a second one as a presentPublished 21 hours ago by Veronica M Stumpf
Super easy and the banana cake pops are a favorite for breakfast on the go!Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's basically one recipe modified for color, texture and flavor. But it does give good decorating ideas.Published 3 months ago by ACEY
Followed the cakepop and donut recipes to a T and they came out awful. Just completely inedible. These are nothing like the sort of cakepops you'll get at SB or the kind you would... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jaim