Chocolate Cake Pop Mix

With Chocolate Glaze

$9.99
Overview
Specifications
Instruction Manual
If you love chocolate, this is the mix for you - a rich chocolate cake perfectly paired with a light chocolate glaze. Delight friends and family with these bite size treats on a stick.

You will need:

  • 1 egg
  • 3T oil
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  • ¼ cup milk
  • ¼ cup butter, 1 tsp vanilla and 2 - 2½T hot water for glaze

Makes: 24 cake pops

Weight: 13.75 oz (390 g)

Made In: USA

Store mix in a cool, dry place

Availability: In stock


Customer Reviews

4 out of 5 (based on 7 reviews)

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3 out of 5
gabrielle
realy good
i like them yummy.................... they are realy good to good for me
4 out of 5
Serena
Awesome
Yummy it was really good
2 out of 5
Sandra S.
Cake Pop Chocolate Mix
1. For price thought there should be more to mix.
2. Found the cake portion to be dry.
3. Found icing to be to much for the number of pops made. Need more pops to a box.
5 out of 5
Julie
Perfect
I was given this machine as a gift (I asked for it) and was so excited to try them. Perfect on the first try. Great machine. I used a simple Duncan brownie recipe the first time and probably could have cooked them for about 30 sec-1min less, but they were perfect little round balls. Next, I tried a gluten free brownie mix (for a Celiac friend) and - again - perfect results, but these required the full 5-6 minutes. I followed the instructions to a T and got absolutely perfect results. I think I will use this for my nephew's birthday party in March. Really fun. Wilton brand candy melts make decorating a breeze.
5 out of 5
KW
I love it! Simple to use...makes great snack sized cake bites!
I couldn't wait to try this baby out...I filled them almost to the top with a Betty Crocker Cherry Cake Mix, cooked them for 4.5 minutes, and they turned out perfectly! I tried the "fill a plastic baggie with cake mix and cut off the corner" tip, but it was very messy. So, I used a spoon to spoon a glob of mix into each mold. I quickly found out that you need to Work Quickly when filling each mold, because by the time you are done filling, the first ones are starting to rise, and you need to get that lid shut before you end up with flying saucers. I used the two pronged fork-type tool provided to remove the balls--worked perfectly. Instead of using the stand provided, tho, I just plopped them onto a plate to cool. I put the first batch onto sticks, but didn't bother with sticks for the rest of them. For frosting, I made a simple powdered sugar glaze (p. sugar, a little liquid, and a little soft butter), put that into a shallow pan, and threw a bunch of balls into it and rolled them around til covered. I dried them on a plate (not touching), and after, I put them into a large ziplock baggie in the fridge. I really love this little cake pop maker...perfect snack sized cake bits!
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