Amazing Cake Pops – Make Tasty Treats for Any Party

OH MY…. If you have an addiction for treats, this book is for you!  Daddy purchased this book for Mommy (Thanks Daddy so much) because Mommy loves baking & Daddy loves goodies, so with that winning love connection….Mommy wanted to share with you how awesome this book is & why you should get one for yourself.  Mommy could not put this book down when she got it and it got her imagination flowing with new ideas that she can make with the step-by-step instructions from the book.   But, the most amazing part of the book is that all the treats in the book are made from “Cake”!  Yep, cake!  You simply just use a box cake, bake it normally, cool it, then crumble it up into small pieces and mix with store bought frosting, then you mold them into what you see in the photos or use the cookie cutters you have at home!  Amazing, eh?

First of all, we have a few of these on hand and if you want one for yourself to start making these amazing treats, here is the link to get them:  CAKE POPS COOKBOOK

Hardcover Book (9-7/8″ x 8-1/4″) 160 Pages

This Cake Pops Cookbook shows you how to make cute cakes on a stick that are the perfect alternative to cake at any party or get together.  Start simple with decorated round balls then try your hand at more shapes such as baby chicks, ice cream cones and bags of popcorn! 

This book makes it easy and fun to recreate these tasty treats with clear step-by-step instructions and photos of more than 40 featured projects, as well as clever tips for presentation, decorating, dipping, coloring, melting chocolate and much more.  These adorable and tasty creations will be a huge hit at your next party!

Pick one up for yourself or get one for a gift for the baker in your life! 

2 thoughts on “Amazing Cake Pops – Make Tasty Treats for Any Party

    • We could not put the book down when we got it. It is amazing that all of these treats are made from a box cake & store bought frosting! Each box cake makes about 48 cake pops, so there would be enough for you to sample before you serve them! Then, all you do is use things like tiny sprinkles, M&M’s and something called an “edible pen” that you use to draw on the chocolate. We never heard of an edible pen before, so this is something that we need to check into for sure!

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