Cake Pops


Some gadgets are essential in life, like a can opener and, for me, an espresso maker. Others are not essential at all, but really fun to have.

Take the cake pops maker, which my girls were given for Christmas. It will definitely not be used daily, but it is great to have for rainy afternoons and birthday parties. It’s actually a great alternative to cupcakes.

I know cake pops have been around a while now in the US and the UK, but they have not arrived in Paris yet, so I am looking forward to introducing them to Paris, one cake pops at a time!

- Emilie

5 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Delphine | January 7, 2013 | Reply

If you live in the Netherlands, watch out the kitchenware at Hema. They offer a popcake baking pan, which works perfect (and seems much simpler than your big tool).
Unfortunately not available online at the moment… can not give you a link. Sorry.

2. Emilie | January 7, 2013

That sounds great. My big tool is incredibly simple to use, but it is a bit like a waffle iron, something you do not use everyday…

3. Esther in Amsterdam | January 10, 2013

Thanks for the tip, Delphine! xxx

4. Sofia | January 7, 2013 | Reply

Could you share a recipe? Is it easy to make? I had never heard of these, they seem to be a great idea for birthday parties or for any party
;-)
Thank you!

5. Emilie | January 8, 2013

Any kind of muffin or cup cake mix will do. The only thing you need to watch for is not overfill the little cups!

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