The Babycakes Cake Pop Maker is one of the most popular units in the line, and if you’ve ended up here, you’re probably the happy owner of one such device. Congratulations! While making cake pops is not rocket science, some people might find it more difficult compared to others. Mixes differ greatly, and the ones you can make from scratch at home are sometimes even better than the ones you can buy online or at a store.

We have decided to give you a helping hand with your first tries with the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker so that your cooking process is as smooth and pleasurable as possible. Vanilla cake pops seem to be the most preferred alternative, and if you ever feel unsure about how to handle the recipe, all you need to do is to refer to the official Babycakes website. The manufacturer often includes recipes with their products. Read the manual before anything else.

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Basic things to get you started

 

The unit can save you a lot of time which would otherwise be spent on baking a cake, crumbling it up, and then mixing it with frosting, as well as rolling the mixture by hand.

If you are just starting out in your cake pops adventure, we recommend utilizing the booklet for the basic recipe. The required ingredients are one and a half cups of all-purpose flour, one teaspoon of baking powder, a quarter teaspoon of salt, half a cup of softened butter, a cup of sugar, two teaspoons of vanilla extract, a couple of eggs and half a cup of milk.

The coating largely depends on the personal taste of the one preparing the cake pops, so you should consider your own preferences and the ones of your friends and family. These snacks are a great favorite of kids, as well.

 

 

Preparation

 

After collecting the ingredients, start by combining the salt, baking powder, and flour. Beat the eggs with the vanilla extract in a separate bowl, and mix the sugar and the butter individually, until they turn into a smooth and creamy concoction. Combine all the mixtures carefully, beginning and ending with flour.

Next, it’s time to use your cake pop maker. Simply pour one tablespoon of the mixture into each cooking reservoir. After just four to five minutes, they’ll be looking freshly baked. If you want to be on the safe side, try using a toothpick to test the pops, and if the batter sticks to the toothpick, you still have to bake them some more.

To make sure that your coating sticks to the surface of the cake pops, try freezing them for fifteen minutes. The main idea is that they should be cool to touch, which means that you could just as well leave them on the counter for an hour or so.

The previously mentioned ingredients should allow you to bake around three dozens cake pops.

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Coating and decorating instructions

 

The best type of coating is candy melts. If you’re a pro and know how to handle chocolate chips, you might get good results even when using this kind of chocolate. However, we’ve found that beginners should stick to confectionary coating, as it is easier to manage and even easier to get to stick on the cake pops.

Since the market is overflowing with candy melts, you might have to try out a couple to determine which one suits your preferences. Whatever your choice, just make sure you don’t add water to your chocolate, as they won’t mix and they will make the coating runny.

Next comes inserting the sticks into the cake pops. Let’s say you’ve already cooled them enough. To make sure that you don’t lose them in the coating, dip the stick into the chocolate mixture of your choice and only then insert it into the cake pop. This practice will allow the inside of the cake pop to glue to the stick. Wait for a couple of moments and then immerse the cake pop into the coating. Remove the excess by tapping the stick on the side of the bowl, but be gentle, because you never know when you’ll have to fish for the cake bowl in the chocolate.

Once you are all done with the coating, you can decorate your pops with sugar sprinkles while the chocolate on the surface of the cake pop is still a bit sticky.

 

Don’t be disappointed if your first attempts at mastering the art of using the Babycakes device are a tad unfortunate. It can happen to anyone. Practice makes perfect.

 

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