Cake pops make a fun treat for kids' parties, cake sales and school fetes. Find recipes for red velvet cake pops, chocolate cake pops and more.
These cake pops are like bite-size red velvet cakes, complete with cream cheese icing. Use a shop-bought cake or make your own with any red velvet cake recipe from this site.
Chocolate cake and Nutella® combine for irresistibly moreish cake pops! Perfect for a party, you can coat and decorate these cake pops any way you like.
Delicious little cake pops made of uncooked Christmas pudding. They are easy to make and no special equipment is needed other than lolly sticks. These cake pops make lovely gifts and are ideal for people who find Christmas pudding too heavy, especially children who love the little cake pops.
These chocolate brownie cake pops are gloriously fudgy and rich. First you bake brownies, then you have fun forming balls and dipping in chocolate. You can decorate however you like! Perfect for food gifts or kids parties.
I made these last year for a New Year's Eve party and since I know there will be leftover cake again this year, I can't wait to make them again. You will need to include some of the marzipan layer so the mixture binds together but you can use buttercream icing or apricot jam to help with this.
Far from plain, these vanilla cake pops are a sure crowd-pleaser! You can combine the vanilla sponge crumbs with almost any jam for a subtle hint of fruit flavour.
A rich chocolate cake with a little bit of cream cheese to tone down the rich flavour. You can use icing/frosting as well but I like how the cream cheese tastes. When choosing the melting chocolate, make sure you use some that you like to eat plain.
A quick and easy way to turn delicious Nākd bars into a decadent treat, perfect for gifts or Halloween!