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How To Make Cake Pops ….EASILY!!!
Decorated and bagged! Cake pops are great for any occasion!

How To Make Cake Pops ….EASILY!!!

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Cake Pops are so fun to make and great for any occassion!

I thought I HATED cake pops. I made them for a baby shower a few years ago and they were a pain in the butt cheeks with all that freezing and refreezing, dipping, twirling, decorating, and oh that texture!! Ewww!! It was soggy, grainy, and tasted like someone had chewed it up already.  My hubby  sat quietly, ate the whole thing and calmly said “you don’t have to make these again please”  LOL

I seriously did not see what all the cake pop hype was about, but I kept getting requests to “PLEASE DO A CAKE POP TUTORIAL!”.  I can’t let my babies (you) down so I got back in the kitchen to figure these things out. Something had to give!

I discovered that I LOVED cake pops.  Here’s what I learned:

  1. Go EASY On The Frosting: What a lot of folks failed to mention in the cake pop tutorials that I was following was to ONLY ADD A LITTLE BIT OF FROSTING. That is super important!!  Most cakes are already moist. Too much frosting and it’s ruined in my opinion, not unless you add more cake.
  2. Use Your Hands To Mix: It really helps to mix it up with your hands so that you can get the feel of it. When I used a spoon to mix it up, it looked as if I wasn’t putting in enough frosting but it  turned out that it was way too much when I went to make a ball. The cake should still be a bit crumbly even when the frosting is mixed in.
  3. Mini Ice Cream Scoop Works Great:  Use an ice cream scoop to scoop out the “dough” so that you will have equal portions.
  4. No Need To Keep Refreezing- I only placed these in the freezer once. Twice if you plan on bagging them or you want to speed up the final setting time.
  5. Use A Deep, Narrow Cup For Dipping:  The melted chocolate/candy coating should be deep enough to submerge the cake ball completely to avoid having to twirl it around.
  6. Box Cake Is Just Fine-  If you’re not against the ingredients, make it easy for yourself and just purchase a boxed cake and a can of ready-made frosting. I seriously couldn’t even taste a difference when I made these using homemade cake and frosting.
  7. Use A Styrofoam Holder- A block of Styrofoam makes a really great holder to stick the cake pops in while they are drying and it’s cheap.

These cake pops are what I consider cake pop perfection!!!  They are the best cake pops I’ve ever had.  No need to keep refreezing and double dipping! The texture is fluffy AND moist and it was no where near as messy and time consuming as my first attempt at making cake pops.

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Such a cute little homemade gift don’t ya think?

Now if you’re looking for a tutorial on how to decorate cake pops…ughhh, I’m not the girl for the job!! Sprinkles is as good as it gets over here : )

Even without fancy decoration, these cake pops can still make a pretty cute, cheap and festive gift idea! Let your imagination run wild!

Give these cake pops a try and let me know what ya think! I can’t wait to make these again!

How To Make Cake Pops from start to finish!


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How To Make Cake Pops ....EASILY!!!
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Fluffy, moist little cake pops! Yum! So easy and pretty quick to make!
Serves: 13
  • Chocolate Cake, prepared (I used ½ of a 9x13 devils food box cake)
  • Chocolate Frosting (amount depends on moistness of cake. I used two big spoonfuls. See video)
  • 2 boxes Premium white chocolate ( I used Baker's brand)
  • cake pop sticks
  • sprinkles
  1. Add cake to a large bowl.
  2. Crumble until it resembles fine crumbs
  3. Add in frosting a little bit at a time until cake is moist and can hold a ball shape, yet still slightly crumbly.
  4. Use your hands to incorporate the frosting into the cake crumbs.
  5. Use a mini ice cream scoop and scoop out two balls of cake mixture.
  6. Roll the mixture into a tight ball and place on a plate.
  7. Repeat until all the cake mixture has been rolled into balls.
  8. Melt 2-4 ounces of white chocolate in the microwave.
  9. Dip the tip of the cake pop sticks into the white chocolate and insert into the cake balls about half-way.
  10. Freeze for about 20 minutes.
  11. Meanwhile prepare all of your decorating supplies.
  12. Melt the remaining chocolate in a large cup. Make sure you have enough chocolate to completely submerge the cake ball.
  13. Remove cake balls from freezer.
  14. Dip cake balls carefully into the chocolate until covered.
  15. Let the excess chocolate drip off. Swirl and tap gently if needed.
  16. Add the sprinkles while the chocolate is still wet. It will harden quickly.
  17. Stick the decorated cake pop into a styrofoam block to finish setting.
  18. Place into the freezer to speed up setting time.
  19. Cover with a clear treat bag & ribbon for gift giving, if desired.
  20. Store in a single layer, in an airtight container.
  21. Enjoy!
~TIPS~ Want to use food coloring? I'd suggest using the candy melts instead of white chocolate for the coating. I wasn't impressed with how the white chocolate took the food coloring. It made the chocolate thicker.I purchased all of my ingredients including the cake pop sticks and sprinkles at Target. The styrofoam I had already, but you can get a block of styrofoam at crafts stores or Walmart. The recipe (using only ½ of a 9 X 13 cake) makes about 13 medium sized cake balls. Feel free to change up the cake, frosting and coating. Red velvet cake, with cream cheese frosting and white chocolate coconut coating is really good! You can also use homemade cake and homemade frosting but I seriously can't tell the difference in taste.


  1. shalei wilkinson

    So I was thinking about making these for my wedding but letting people decorate themselves. I had plans of having a chocolate fountain and they could just dip them. Would that work?

  2. How early in advance can I make cake pops? Thanks!

  3. can you use any king of cake mix

  4. Wow I was going to order some for my sons graduation now I may try it myself! They are charging 25-35 a dozen! Great tutorial!

  5. Thank you so much for your wonderful video and recipe on making cake pops! My 10 yr old daughter wants to make them, and I was terrified to venture there; but you’ve really make it look easy and given me the tools (easy tools/ingredients) to do this! Thank you!

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  7. Thankyou so much for this video and recipe they made my cake pop experience so easy! I made a chocolate cake in the thermomix and just bought some Betty Crocker frosting. I followed your advice on the frosting and my cake pops turned out awesome! I made them for my daughter’s 4th birthday and I had so many positive comments! Thanks Diva!

  8. This was a very easy recipe to follow and the cake balls were DELICIOUS. I tried mine with white cake as that was all I had in the house. YUM. Thank you for the fun tutorial which was entreating and informative. You go girl.

  9. You made this look so simple, I’m so glad I found your site. I wasted money buying the cake pop molds and other molds, plus I have the wrong type of icing. I will buy some chocolate melts like the one you used. I hope my experience is as successful as yours!

  10. awesome video very helpful, thank you. Random thought have you ever used the baby cakes, cake pop machine?

  11. Thank you so much, I can’t wait to make some baseball cake pop’s for my daughter’s baby shower.
    Awesome how to video

  12. Best cake pops ever!!! Second time making them. Simple, easy and delicious! I give out to neighbors so we don’t have all these cake pops around the house. Very fun to make, my three year old LOVES them! Thank you for this simply delicious simple recipe!

  13. Like so many others who posted here, i tried them tonight and found that the chocolate (microwaved and pops swirled just like in video) caused several pops to separate from their sticks. Once the pop has fallen off in the chocolate container, most of the chocolate is ruined because now I am fishing out a pop and it broke apart. Also, out of 2 full bars of the bakers chocolate you featured, I only got 10 pops frosted. I know the chocolate is just too thick on there, but not sure how to thin after all the posts that said, ‘don’t think with anything water based.’

    What I would really love to know is the following: how long can you freeze them, what happens when they are served on a hot July day, and how to prevent the sweating when moving from freezer to room temp to serving.

  14. This was my first attempt at cake pops and they turned out amazing, thanks to your recipe and great tutorial! I look forward to trying out more of your recipes! Thanks!

  15. Here’s a tip – do NOT use food coloring for coloring chocolate. You must use candy dye. Water and food coloring will affect melted chocolate, and it won’t come out right.

  16. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. Been looking for recipe on cake pops and so happy to find your version manageable to follow. i’ll try it come valentine’s day. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO wonderful!

  17. helen grace dela pena

    thanks for this great tutorial, my first time to open your website. i’ll try this for an upcoming event. super thanks!

  18. Can someone make this for me for free please it keeps coming out wrong

    • FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS! Thought I could make these from memory, failed miserably, until I read the directions line by line and they ended up looking just like the picture, added some pretzel sticks dipped and decorated as well. Will make these again, thanks.

  19. OMG!!! Love love LOVE the tutorial! My first time making cake pops. I’m in the process of making them now so far it’s easy! I’m definitely going to visit ur site again for other recipes!

  20. thanks for the recipe!!!!
    i tried it for my cousins baby shower and they were awesome! everybody wants the recipe and tips i used to make it. thanks a lot

  21. What a wonderful tutorial! Thank you so much for the clear, simple directions – and your tips are bang on. I have made these successfully in the past but was looking to share a video for a friend and this one is perfect.
    Well done!

  22. I just found your website today and I have to say it’s perfect! I love your tutorials, recipes, attitude, everything! And because of this video I”m gonna end up making cake pops all the time haha, very helpful, thank you!

  23. Like omg! I totally love your video, it was super cute & funny :)

  24. This is the best recipe hands down, I made 60 of them for a bake sale everyone loved them.
    Thank you so much I had fun making them & your video was easy to follow!

  25. This is the best recipe hands down, I made 60 of them for a bake sale everyone loved them.
    Thank you so much I had fun making them & your video was easy to follow!

  26. Absolutely love your video, you make it so entertaining :) I am about to try out this recipe for tonight. We are having a mini Thanksgiving with friends, and I thought I would spice things up a bit. I am going to use red velvet cake and white chocolate for mine. Thanks again for the tutorial and recipe!

  27. These were sooooooo good and sooooo easy!!!! Thank you for the great recipe and tutorial. I used Ghiradelli melting wafers because I hate chopping up chocolate bars – very yummy! Excellent tip about using a tall, narrow dipping container too – I used a regular drinking glass. Nothing but compliments on these at the baby shower, and not a one left!! I actually used three of your recipes for the shower :)

    • HELP!!! I made these and they were delicious but after freezing them for 1 hour or more and taking them out of the freezer they started to soften and fall off the stick. What am I doing wrong

  28. This looks so easy now..can’t wait to make them for Christmas gifts.

    You should try out for the FOOD CHANNEL because your personality and the way you work and talk at the same time is something not everyone can do. You’re great. Love your site!

  29. I love the concept, I’m from England so I was wondering what the UK equivalent of candy melts are – and also how you made the frosting. I’m going to make these with my older sister for Christmas as little Christmas pudding and snowmen on a stick around a big cake we are undecided on. I can’t wait!:)

  30. I will be making these cake pops tonight for my three year old’s Halloween party tomorrow! No time for a “dry run” so I have high hopes for this recipe. Yes, I could just make regular ol’ cupcakes, but….that’s not my style. SO I thought, hey, why not cake pops? Fingers crossed for no disasters tonight. And, I’m starting these at 10p.m….. Thanks for the recipe and I will send you a follow-up message when I am finished.

  31. My wife and I had our sixth anniversary on October 19th and when I looked up the significance of six years, it is either iron or sweetness. My wife LOVES cake pops but I didn’t think I would be able to make them myself. After reading the recipe and watching the video I made these in less than an hour and surprised her as she was not home at the time. I baked a red velvet cake but forgot to buy frosting so I made my own using powdered sugar, butter and instead of milk I used French vanilla coffee creamer. They were awesome if I say so myself. Even a guy can make cake pops with this recipe!

  32. Great easy recipe. On the white chocolate note it hardened because of the food coloring. You said you used bakers brand white chocolate anything with the coco butter will seize up if liquid is added even just one tiny drop of water. Use meltaways and use bakers food coloring it has oil in it so can be added to chocolates and will not cause it to seize as will regular food coloring. Trying to find if anyone has tried using flavored syrups to flavor cake pops ie torani syrup since they have so many flavors. Don’t want to ruin a batch if it doesn’t work.

  33. ohh the pops are so yummy

  34. OMG this is the best!!! I personally tried doing this and it was an EPIC fail! I over did the damn frosting, bought the wrong chocolate, so on and so forth. BUT today i’m going in and trying it again. I must get this right. lol


  35. Hi Monique

    This is such a fabulous tutorial, thanks so much!

    Just wondering if the cake pops can be made ahead of time and frozen? If so, when would I need to defrost them and I presume I’d need to defrost in the refrigerator?

  36. Thank you so much! I will be making gender reveal pops with this recipe for sure! You are so fun and adorable!

  37. You are wonderful! I will be subscribing for sure. Thank you for this tutorial especially. I promised my daughters we would make them, before I knew what went into it. Now we will be going into this with confidence, thanks to you :).

  38. I just spent 4 hours making pops and it was a total #FAIL cos I used Wilton Melting Candy and I could not for the life of me get it to the right consistency where you could dip it. I made pumpkin gingerbread pops so didn’t want to use chocolate. Very disappointed, they look awful, I basically had to ice them! I had high hopes. Not your fault, you didn’t use candy melts……….if I ever try again, I will only do choc.

  39. Thanks for posting this. Can’t wait to make them! Ur video was fantastic. U are too cute! xo

  40. Can you make these in advance and freeze them until ready to use?

  41. Looks really cool. Great video! :)

  42. This made making Cake Pops a whole lot easier. Thank you :) xxx

  43. thanks SSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOO much for this recipe I am going to the super market to get that chocolate and frosting this is going to be great I wonder if you please can make a video how to make cake pops without stick!

  44. Hey there thanks so much for the video it really helped. I love the cup idea for the frosting!!
    My daughter and I are going to try the frosting idea. Oh by the way we love your personality. Perfect balance of sassy and sweet. Blessing Annette

  45. Just happened to come upon your video and I loved it! I had some of these cake balls for the first time a week ago and was addicted. I cant wait to get home and try your recipe! Thanks for posting!! :D

  46. Wow i’m so glad to watching this video, it’s easier!. Thank you to upload this video. Cooking is fun, Yes!. I love you and the recipe + this video!. :)

  47. Monique! Thanks for this simple instruction for cake pops! It’s so fun learning from you!

  48. This was my first time visiting your site, and it will definitely not be my last! Love you! Love your personality! Like so many, you’ve built up my confidence! I’m really excited to explore more! Thank you so much! :)

  49. Hi, love the video. I am going to try these cakepops. I am going to make centrepieces for my parents 50th wedding anniversary. My question is this: Can these be frozen for about two weeks? I need to make about 120 of these and it would be nice if I wouldn’t have to make them all at once. Thanks

  50. My chocolate started getting hard after my first two pops. I used the exact same chocolate as in your video. Where did I go wrong? How many Chocolate baking bars do you need and how to you reheat when you need more?

  51. I was looking how to make cake pops i thought they were dificult to make but it is soo easy the way you shown thank you very much !!!! Now I can make some cake pops for my girls birthday!!!!

  52. You built up my confidence to make these, love your personality! Thanks!

  53. Girl, you saved my bacon…..I am a great baker, but have never made these…..your tutorial was the best (and it was funny). I can now make my customers very happy. Keep your vids coming.

  54. Thank you for all of the helpful tips! I made these for my Husbands Co-Workers and they were a hit!!

  55. Hi! I know this is an old post, but I had to send you a note and say “thanks” for the awesome tips! My son decided he had to have cake pops for his birthday and I was like “really? ” I just don’t know if I can do it. Then I came across your video, sooooo funny. I followed all your tips and they turned out great on my first try!!! Got so many compliments. Thanks again!

  56. Thank you for posting this video. I was having a problem with making cake pops but now I’m ready to have another go. Katie – age 13

  57. Oh my goodness I love you already!! Have an event approaching & after researching cake pop prices, I decided to look up an easy recipe to see if I could make them myself..let me stress EASY :0) Well, this tutorial and printable instructions are all I need! I will practice this week, but I’m already feeling confident that they’re going to be awesome!! Thanks Diva!

  58. Thank you for posting this! I am helping a friends little girl with her school project. I thought it was going to be a disaster, but, thanks to your post, I now have 35 red velvet cake pop “boulders” waiting for their chocolate coating.

  59. i love this so sweet it helps me so

  60. Great video. You did an awesome job explaining and it looks so easy! Will be trying to make them this weekend. Great tips!!

  61. Can’t wait to make these for my friend’s birthday this weekend!

  62. Thank you so much for this recipe! It helped so much! I was able to make these for my friend’s birthday and they were super easy and turned out great! I hadn’t tried to make cake pops because the last time I made them, it was a disaster but your recipe and video made everything so easy!

  63. My sister and I tried these last night and followed your instructions – they were awesome! It was our first attempt at cake pops and they turned out great. Thanks so much!

  64. Quick Question: What size stick did you use?

  65. thanks so much for a GR8 video and how to. I will be making pops for the first time for a luncheon after the Revlon Walk/Run for all women’s cancers…They are sure to bee a winner

  66. Great video. Thanks for taking the time to post it. It is very helpful and informative.

  67. can these be made in advance and be frozen?
    Also like Yvonne said on march 17 will they sweat?

  68. Oh my gosh! I made these today for my daughter’s 23rd birthday – they were a HIT! Thanks so much for the video and the instructions. You made me laugh, too!

    I’d like to feature this page on my blog (along with the picture of the ones I made) – would that be ok? I make crafts from paper (cards, scrapbooks, 3-D gifts) and NOW I can make cake pops!. I also provide cards for businesses to send to their customers. Please let me know if I can post the page and if you’re interested in my card service.

    Thanks again for the great instructions! These pops were so yummy!

  69. My Daughter-in-Law made these last week for my Grand Baby’s Baptism! Love your video. I’m going to try them. Can wait! Thanks!

  70. Is it possible to prepare these and freeze them for later use? If so, is there potential for “sweating?”

    Thanks for your video!


  71. Love the video, soo cute!

  72. Thank you so much!!! I have tried all sorts of recipes but this one works! And the kids loved them :)

  73. Hi, I am going to be making your cake pops for the first time for a party. I’d like to make in advance. How far in advance do you think I can make them and how would you recommend storing them?

  74. When using styrofoam, I cut it in whatever shape matches the theme. The latest was a heart. Next one will be a three-tiered shamrock (for St. Patrick’s Day), iced with white or green icing, attached with wooden dowels, and the totally covered with green coconut to resemble grass. The cake pops are made of white and chocolate cake and icing. They are then dipped in either dark or milk chocolate. Since these are for spring, I will dip them in white chocolate before decorating. After cooling/freezing, they will be dipped partially in green-colored chocolate (this part winds up as the top of the pop). The various decorations such as candy pearls, sprinkles, nuts, etc. Some will also get a drizzle of additional chocolate and the add a light sprinkle of sea salt. Place these treats in the styrofoam, replacing as needed (I always make extras to fill in the empty gaps). A perfect little sweet bite. YUMMY! They don’t last long!

  75. Thank you for this, I had absolutely no idea how to make these. Now I know and I’m very excited to make them. Good job!!!

  76. Thank you so much, my little princess is going to love these at her party :) xxx

  77. What frosting did you use? Was it homemade or did you buy it??

    • Morgan – i am a chef and caterer. I have used both purchased and home-made icing. Either work fine, but save your self the time and effort — buy the icing. No one will be able to tell the difference!

  78. Thank you for the video! Super helpful!

  79. Thank you so much! I have searched far and wide on how to make cake pops. I want to make them to be apart of my chocolate buffet on my wedding day. This has by far been the most helpful blog out there. Can’t wait to start making these! :)

  80. The reason the the food coloring made the candy thicker is because you used the wrong kind of food coloring. You need to use dye for candy coloring. It’s oil based and actually thins the candy. Anything else will make the candy thick and you can’t dip it.

  81. Thank you so much for this wonderful share, you video is so clear and made me smile from start to finish! I felt exactly the same about cake pops until I made them using your recipe and now I am hooked! Thanks again!

  82. Thanks for the very easy recipe! I have 2 questions. 1. Can I freeze the cake pops after they’ve been dipped & decorated? 2. The chocolate was very thick when I dipped my pops. When I tried to heat it up further it got more thick. Suggestions?

  83. That was a really great video. I made some cake pops with my daughters for the first time and it was quite tricky, I think we used too much frosting (we call it icing in England). Your video makes it look so much easier than what we did. Will definitely be trying them your way. Thanks :)

  84. Hi, thanks for the great tutorial – really helpful! However, I do have some questions.

    1) Could I use any substitutes for the frosting? I’m using a box of Betty Crocker’s Devil’s food cake mix. Also, how much of the substitute would I require should I use the whole cake?

    2) How much in advance could I make the cake pops?I wish to make them for Valentine’s Day which falls on a Thursday, but I do not have time on Wednesday. How long can I store the already decorated cake pops and how do I store them? I live in Southeast Asia and the temperature here is pretty high so I am worried the coating of the cake pops might melt (I’m using chocolate by the way).

    Thank you very much! :)

  85. Susan Cohen-Pessah

    Love your tutorial…best I have found. I will be making my Superbowl football cake pops tonight! I will get back to you.

    • Susan Cohen-Pessah

      Ok made my Superbowl Football Cake Pops. I shaped them like footballs..used vanilla cake and frosting and chocolate dipped. I used decorator icing for the laces. I put them on short sticks…on a tray that had ‘plastic grass’. They looked fabulous and thanks to your recipe tasted delicious. Thanks so much.

  86. I am so glad I found this. The way you explained this is so super easy. I am planning on doing this with my grandkids for an after dinner treat and then eat.

    We used to have Sunday dinner my husband and I with our grown children, but that stopped a couple of years ago. Now my two eldest (daughters) want to revise it again (cause they missed it) and what better way to sweeten it up then having some “Cake Pops.” Thank you.


  87. Your cake pops look so cute! If you don’t wanna buy the sticks, you could just make cake balls (just as cute and yummy!) and use toothpicks to dip them.

    It’s a really simple and helpful trick!

    I used that to make my gingerbread cake balls

  88. Fabulous helpful instructions, easy as pie (or cake) to follow. Thank you so much!

  89. I thing that was very usefull thank you ,, my mom wouldn’t believe me till she saw your vids !!!!!

  90. Just made your recipe with my sister. These were really easy to make and taste amazing. The only change i made was that i added milk to the melted chocolate to give it a smoother consistency. I can’t wait to make your amazing cake pops again.

  91. I am soo making these!! Yours look so cute and perfect!!! Yummmmy!!! Can’t wait!! :-)

  92. I was looking for an easy cake pops recipe & Google brought me here…LOVED the video & your “let’s be real here” style! Can’t wait to explore the rest of your blog!

  93. You are hilarious! I like your commentary/teaching style. My two 1/2 year old asked me to make these for the first time so I’m going to try it out now. Will let you know how it goes. Saves me $2 at Starbucks :) hello from Toronto it’s cold here!

  94. Your video was great. I made cake pops for the first time with no problems for my daughters 10th birthday, thanks to you! Although it was alot of work we enjoyed doing it together. The red velvet cake is awesome. Made it for a Thanksgiving party and my dessert was the only one that disappeared. I even had a request from someone to make them a cake. Keep them recipes coming your making me look good, but you get all the credit. Thank you!

  95. Finally!!! A solution to the birthday party treat dilemma! I’m the kinda gal that would much rather buy cake pops or cupcakes for a party than make them, but in researching bakeries in my area, I quickly realized that was going to be way too expensive for my son’s first birthday party. I cannot wait to try this recipe! You make it look so simple and fun!

  96. Just wanted to say you’re absolutely adorable! Great video

  97. thanks so much
    I love your recipe
    I tried it but it didn’t work because I use less than half a cake ,my stick kept coming out when I dip it in the baker’s chocolate, it was to to moist and I only made two awesome ones that did not break!
    The reason I’m trying so hard to make cake pops is because I want to go into the dessert business. And one more thing I’m ten years old!
    I’m not sure if you respond but if you do,
    WHAT SHOULD I DO !!!!!!
    I’m not upset that it did not work because I know it will work once I make a awesome one.

  98. tried the cake pops for the first time today using your recipe. brill brill brill
    so easy

  99. Is it the same directions if I use a white or yellow cake mix or does it have to be chocolate?

  100. thanks so much there are really tasty! i love it so easy to make, simple. cant wait to get started again can you put some more easy ones up because im having a party and want to make loads of different kinds thanks again!!

  101. You should get an app for your recipes and videos :) that’d be cool! Recipe was great and I love your stuff! Thank you!

  102. Thanks for this easy recipe and video. I made these for Halloween with Halloween sprinkles, but I left them as cake balls instead of pops. Everyone loved them and they were eaten up within minutes. They are now requesting I make them again for Christmas, so I’ll be making them again. They are yummy!! Thanks.

  103. This helped me alot …now I have treats to give away this Christmas :) who needs to order edible arrangements now.

  104. this is SO great!! couldn’t ask for more!! you rock, girl!! thankiessss

  105. It was great my daughter loved them. They taste wonderful.

  106. hi thanks for your clip, i was about to buy an electronic cake pop maker but so glad i didnt will be trying this today instead you made it look so easy and i love your commentry! thanks so much from accross the pond!

  107. I give this 5 Stars!!!

  108. Hi, I am just starting out with cake pops and I am glad I bumped into your blog! You are great at explaining and demonstrating!! A real help to me..

    Thank you, Sherry

  109. This was absolutely fabulous. There was no confusion in the directions, and I now feel as if I can make these correctly. I have an order coming in from wilton that has the edible glitter dust and I can’t wait to make these with it. Some seriously yummy holiday sparkle for the kids after dinner!

  110. THANK you so much for this simple DIY video! I have wondered for a while how in the heck these are made. Im going to check out your website as well. you rock!

  111. Dear Diva Girl Friend,

    You are the bomb! I never thought I would have the patience to make these, but you made it so easy. I’m gonna look soooo good!

    Merry Christmas!

  112. Have made these for years and felt the same way, all this time to much frosting!!! Thanks sssssooo much for posting, getting ready for parties and gift boxes will be so much easier now.

  113. Great tutorial! Thanks for making it soooo easy!!

  114. Just spent 5 hours, 2 cake box mixes, and a very big mess making cake pops with the pans. They never did turn out. Then I found your video! Thats how its done. Thank you so much for posting the receipe along with the video. Good bye pans. You’re the best.

  115. So these are fantastic.I definitely would have used too much frosting. Thanks for making it easy. I actually skimmed the recipe and because I did not read it all before jumping in with both feet, I made the cake balls using only one small scoop size. But they turned out really cute as a result. I used the smaller lollipop stick instead of the longer cake pop stick. And they are just adorable. I will try making them larger next time but not unhappy with the smaller size since tney are for a toddler playdate. All the tips were so helpful. As was the video. Thanks for that. This was the perfect recipe to use up the leftover cake that disintegrated in the pan from my husband’s birthday. Thanks again!

  116. Oh my goodness I had no idea you did not need a cake pop pan! I just went and bought 2 yesterday! Looks like I will probably be returning them. I think the crumbled cake with the icing will be much denser and better for decorating! Thanks

  117. LOVED this tutorial! It was so easy to follow an wasn’t “dry and boring”. My husband and I made these last night for a fundraiser today. They turned out beautifully. Wish us luck!

  118. OMG! Baking them RIGHT NOW! I love your recipe! I read a book on How To Make Cake Pops and it was ‘so’ complicated! Earlier today I went and bought the ingredients. Now I’m preparing the cake. Can’t wait to try it out. By the look of your reviews, I don’t think your recipe will let me down. Much love!

  119. Best video I’ve seen. Really easy to follow. Thanks!

  120. Could you make this using a brownie mix? I don’t care for the box cake taste but don’t mind commercial brownie mixes.

  121. I love this recipe so much! I always loved Starbucks ones but now i can make my own that are even better! I was just wondering, if i don’t have any store bought frosting, is there a recipe u can give me? its just i am against any artificial and preservatives that are in that kind of frosting…

  122. I have tried making cakepops before and they were a mess! defiantly not the texture i wanted,but when i needed to make something for my daughters birthday i gave them another try and these were succdesful! THANK YOU SO MUCH! It was a great recipe

  123. Your commentary was so fun!! Thanks for this video! I can’t wait to try my hand at making these!!

  124. Hi-
    Monique’s cake pops are soooo cute, bought my suppplies at target and walmart
    planning on making these for thanksgiving
    I have regular metal and plastic ice cream scoops
    wondering how much of a difference the mini ice cream scoop makes……
    anyone know?

  125. FANTASTIC! I want to make some for Thanksgiving and was going to buy a machine. I didn’t realize cake pops are so easy to make! Your video is awesome and so easy to follow and understand. Thanks so much! Now, I’m going to see if you have an easy Mac and cheese recipe:-)

  126. Thank You so much for sharing this recipe! I am terrible at baking but this looks doable! Great tutorial! That helps plus you made it much more enjoyable with the cute comments you make throughout the video! :)

  127. Love the recipe and your videos are amazing! Love you attitude to! Makes it fun to watch :)

  128. Fantastic tutorial, loved your cute personality shining through:). Making these by request of my 24 yr old son’s birthday….guess those little boys never grow up. he wants strawberry with white chocolate icing. I know they will be great with your perfect instructions. thanks again

  129. Omg you are too funny! Im gonna do this now:D You go guuuurl!

  130. brilliant tutorial have made these several times, tried maderia cake instead of chocolate and worked just as well

  131. The first time I made these they did not turn out so well. After your advice I finally figured out the trick.
    Thanks SO much!!!!!

  132. Thank you for your advise!!!! Makes it so much easier!!

  133. From all the videos I watched, this was the most helpful, easiest and best one :D Thank you for posting it and sharing it with us. Never heard of cake pops before and now that I’ve got the easiest recipe to do it am surely gonna try making some.
    Much love – Geetika from Mauritius :)

  134. I seen you used half the cake? Have you ever used the whole cake to make more would it be 16 pops then? Thanks for the video the best easy way to make cake pops I have seen!

  135. This helped me so much. I used this for my Halloween party. People loved them. Thank you so much

  136. Thank you so much for mking this easy on a first timer! Your video was so helpful as I always wanted to watch someone make them first. I highly recommend your website and I will be subscribing. Thanks again =D

  137. Thanks so much for the cake pop video, very helpful!! I totally would have added too much frosting without it : ).

  138. Hey! I luv ur website. This is the easiest version to make a cake pop I think

  139. Thanks so much for the video, recipe and great tips. I am going to make these for my granddaughter’s 1st birthday in November.

  140. Thank you for posting up the instructions along with the video that is so easy to follow! Thank you for advising where you purchased the supplies from as well. It sure is helpful! I was scared of attempting to make cake pops because it looks so difficult but now I feel more confident in attempting to do so! :)

  141. mystery solved! thank you so much!

  142. Love this – thank you so much!

  143. Hello,
    I saw your recipe of how to make cake pops easily. I was so excited that i can’t wait to make it this evening. Seriously, the recipe which i got is :
    1. 1 whole chocolate cake
    2. one packet of sprinkles
    3. 1 tube of icing
    4. cake pop sticks
    5. dark chocolate
    However, I tried it. .
    I encountered the following problems :
    a. 16 pop cakes were made.
    b. Out of 16 – 6 of them dropped out from the sticks and fall apart. It did not stick into a ball. Why?
    c. I tried to melt the chocolate. How do you actually do it?? I tried micro wave and the chocolate were so thick that u can’t even stirred them. Then, I tried putting a pot under the stove, put a bowl inside the pot and then the chocolate inside. Again, it is also so thick so i add milk to make the mixture more smooth and creamy. Which it works.
    c. One big problem, after coating the pop cakes with melted chocolate and sprinklers, i placed them into the freezer immediately like for an hour or 2.
    How long do we need to put it in the freezer?? I tried to touch them, it harden not fully but then when i tried to store it in airtight container, the chocolate melts and it has like little droplets of water on the pop cake itself.

    Nevertheless, it is very nice.
    Only problems :
    1. HOw to melt the chocolate for dipping? Am I doing the correct way based on the above?
    2. How long do i need to put it in the freezer after dipping? However, when i take it out, there are alot of water droplets on the pop cakes why?
    3. Why some pop cakes just fall apart when i roll them into a ball?
    Appreciate your kind comments so that I can improved it again.

    • 1. I explained to a previous commenter about how the candy coating is different from regular chocolate chips – because they have a stabilized chemical structure that lets them melt, then re-harden to a solid – instead of staying melt-y like choc. chips. But if you add milk (or mostly anything else – besides shortening, oil, etc), it messes up the chemical structures. And so, the coating will no longer harden to a solid, and will stay melty.
      2. You probably got water droplets because you dipped the cake balls in the candy coating – too soon out of the freezer – making it too cold for the warm candy coating.
      3. Some of the cake balls fell apart b/c you didn’t use enough frosting to combine the cake balls.

      Hope that helped! See more tips at my blog!! :)

  144. Thank you so much for your instructions and useful video about making cake pops. I’ve been thinking about making them for so long but didn’t know where to start! You’ve inspired me! :) Can’t wait to try!

  145. I want to make a lot of these. Do you have experience freezing these? If so, should I thaw in the fride or at room temp? Do they taste the same? Thanks so much!

  146. What size of sticks did you use for this recipe? I have seen 4 in, 6 in and and also 6 in that are ticker. Thanks!

  147. Awesome reference. I prefer to make homemade cake and frosting, but I like using your methods and tips. You simplified the process beautifully. Thank you! :)

  148. What a great video. So informative and humorous! I’ve made cake balls once before but you make it look so much easier. Thanks for sharing this information!

  149. Thanks for the awesome tutorial, I was thinking to myself how hard this was going to be to make cake pops but your video made it look like a piece of cake literally lol =) I am going to make this for my daughters first birthday in December!

  150. Great tutorial.!! Just a sidebar… I’m wondering what kind of food coloring you used.? Was it liquid or gel.? I read somewhere that using the liquid sort of ruins the texture of the melting candies and that you should use the gel kind for better results. I haven’t tried making them yet, but I’m wondering if that will help with the texture of the chocolate as well. I can’t wait to try them.!!!

  151. hi i have a couple questions on how to serve the cake pops. i am making the cake pops for a bake sale that is going on all day and it can get really hot do i need to worry about the chocolate melting off? and do i need to take the cake pops out of the freezer for a certain amount of time before i serve them? thanks

  152. When my daughter asked if we could make some I was really overwhelmed, but after watching your video, I’m sure we can have a go.Thank you very much!

  153. Thank you for this tutorial. This recipe saved me from getting yelled from my friend. I had to make cake pops for my friend and I tired so many other recipe but yours was the best. Thank you so much.

  154. For christmas I want to make a pumpkin cake pop with cream cheese frosting. Can I make that frosting the outside coating. If I can how would I go about doing that.

  155. After watching your tutorial video I don’t need to look anywhere else. Its a lifesaver! I promised to make them for a party and have been dreading it!

  156. Thank you for the tutorial. You make it look so easy. I plan on trying these this week. If all goes well I will be making them for my grandson’s baptism as an extra treat to the sweet table. I will let you know how they turn out.

  157. Oh My Gosh!, You are fantastic and I haven’t even made these yet! It’s my daughters 4th birthday party on Sunday and I wanted something easy she could help me make and this is great! Will be spreading the word about your blog and FB here in Australia! Thanks! xx

  158. lovely video, a pleasure to watch. I have my shopping list ready and off to the shops tomorrow. I was going to buy a cake-pop maker – no need now so you have saved me a fortune, thank you so much

  159. Great video!! Can’t wait to get them started for my wedding!!!!

  160. PERFECT! Thank you so much for making this look easy! I think I can do this!

  161. OMG!! these are so cutee!!!!!!!

    i’ve been looking online and i found this page. I am so trying this !(:

  162. Thank you so much for the great recipe and the video! I am heading to the store to get the items for my 1st Cake Pops! Thanks Again!

  163. Thank you so much for posting this up. I thought these were hard to make but after looking at your video I feel confident in making these!

  164. came across your blog, hunting for easy to follow instructions on cake pops for my daughters 3rd birthday, great blog ! subscribed to your facebook

  165. I am super excited to try this! Thank you so much for the easy directions and being so specific as to what to do! I am planning on making these for a dessert at my daughters FIRST birthday! =)

  166. So thankful I found your site. First attempt at cake pops was a huge success. Second time not so great because I tried the standard “Wilton Candy Melts” which were too thick for me to get smooth pops. The best success I’ve had is with Wilton Candy dips! It comes in a 10oz microwave ready dish.

    • If the candy melts you are using are too thick, then melt a teaspoon or two of vegetable shortening in the microwave and stir it in to your melted mixture. This does not affect teh taste, just makes the melted mixture a little easier to work with!

  167. Hwy there!!! I came across your Cake Pop video YouTube!!! You are so funny!!! I loved your video!!!! I came across to check out your blog & I’m really impressed!! Good on you girlfriend!!!!………..,..from Down Under…….xxx

  168. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this tutorial!!!! Went straight to the video (btw, great voice, attitude and humor- had me laughing and really enjoying the video) and you instantly took my fears away!!! I just have a quick question, how many cake pops would you say a full 9×13 cake would make?! :) Thanks soooo much for taking the time to educate us all on how easy these can really be!!! xoxo

    • It depends on how much frosting you add and how large you want your pops, but it usually comes out at about 48 pops per cake mix box, if your pops are about 1.5 inches in diameter.

  169. WOW, you make this look so simple! Im going to try them today. I was looking for the perfect cake for my 2 year olds birthday and I think this is it! They look great. Thank you!!!! :)

  170. So excited to try these! Planning on making them for my sons 1st birthday next month. I’ll be practicing this weekend! Thank you So much. You made it look so easy!

  171. I am SO happy I found you! I really had a VERY difficult time with my first experience making cake pops. It was out of control crazy! So labor intensive! You have given me hope!
    I’m going to make them right now! Thanks for the video!!!

  172. you are delightful!! I can’t wait to make up a batch. I like the way u kept it real simple—

  173. Love Love Love your tutorial! You made this so easy to understand. By far the best tutorial I have seem on how to make these cake pops. Your attitude and voice make it so much fun. I’m going to attempt to make these tomorrow. Thank you for posting this video.

  174. This is a great tutorial and you’re funny too! Thank you for posting this. I will be attempting the cakepops by the end of this week. I hope they look as good as yours ;)

  175. This is a great tutorial and you’re too! Thank you for posting this. I will be attempting the cakepops by the end of this week. I hope they look as good as yours ;)

  176. Thank you! I need to make these for my sister in laws shower and you have saved me money and they look great thanks so much for sharing.

  177. Love your video! You make it look very easy. I tryed making them today and it was a failure :( I guess you make it look easier then it really is. How did you melt the chocolate? My melted chocolate was too thick and I couldn’t dip the pops in there right. Also, the cake ball started to come off the stick. I had complete failure. Any help??

    • in regards to your chocolate dilemma, unless you are tempering the chocolate which i would not advise for these as it would make them harder to eat, if you add a small amount of melted butter to your chocolate, only mix in 1/2 tablespoon at a time it will thin out the chocolate and make the finish look a bit more glossy. Hope this helps!

  178. Thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial :) it was very helpful and awesome!!! I can’t wait to try some more of your great recipes :)

  179. Awesome how to video! It was easy to follow and well made, and your personality helps keep the viewer entertained, you had me cracking up. Love it! :) Can’t wait to try out the recipe today.

  180. Cake pop success! Great tutorial.They are cute and they taste good!Thanks for sharing

  181. Thanks for the tips! I tried making cake pops once before for my daughter’s birthday party, but they were a colossal mess and half of them fell off the stick (I used too much icing). Dipping them into the tall cup is a brilliant idea! You’ve given me the confidence to try making these again.

  182. No problem!! Glad I could help!

  183. I have been wanting to get into my you tube account to subscribe but I don’t remember my password! Ugh! Lol. But omg! All your recepies look yummy! And you make then so easy to make! Thank you do much! Can’t wait to try them!

  184. Ah Thank you SO much! Seen my best friend made these super adorable pop cakes and thought they’d be the hardest thing to make but you made it so simple & easy, thanks! I can’t wait to make them now!! :)

  185. Thank you so much for the video tutorial! It was SUPER helpful. I was dreading making these for a party this Saturday, but after your demo, I am feeling MUCH better! Thanks again!

  186. These look so delectable! Im going to try making these little beauties tonight, but i must say …..my last attempt was not so lucky. I am not a fan of those cake pop pans.. made my pops so dry! But yours look spectacular! Hope mine turn out just as nice(:

    • I’ve also tried using the pans. The problem I found was that there is no way to have frosting and it’s such an important element in yummy cake pops! LOL When using the pans, you only have cake and chocolate coating. Going through the steps of rolling and molding definitely reaps the benefits. =)

  187. Thanks for the great tutorial. I want to make these with the grand kids!

  188. Thanks for the tips they will be very helpful

  189. First website I googled how to make these pops and watched the awesome video, no need to look at another site! really cool recipes!

  190. Thank you so much for this tutorial! You have taken all of my fears away about making cake pops as you have made it look so easy! Just one question, What is the best way to change the color of the chocolate? I read that using liquid food dye might change the consistency of the chocolate that you’re dipping. Thank you again!

    • Regular food coloring will change the consistency of the chocolate because it is usually water based and water and chocolate are BAD company!! Water hardens chocolate. However, if you use a gel based food dye – you can purchase these in any Wilton section in a craft store – you will have better results. There are also some dyes sold near the Wilton section that are made specifically for coloring the candy melts. The work well. I’ve added the green to a pale green and it made it brighter. I was happy with the results.

      • Yes I definitely agree! Candy coating is a little tricky to understand, but super easy to work with. It is already stabilized (unlike regular chocolate chips) so that it can melt, but re-harden to the same consistency! Adding liquid food coloring messes up the chemical structures – so definitely use the gel-based food coloring if needed!

        • Even the gel food coloring will mess up the consistency of the chocolate. It is also water based. Only the oil-based coloring made specifically for candy will work. I prefer to mix the pre-made colors of candy melts. For example, to make teal I mix the blue and green, or for a flesh tone the pink, orange and white. It’s easy to add the candies one at a time until you get the correct tone. I also add a little shortening to the candy melts. It just gives the pops a smoother finish when you dip them.

  191. Awesome! Great tutorial! Everything was explained perfectly! I can’t wait to make these!

  192. Thanks for the tips!! Today was my first time ever trying to make cake pops, and it was a disaster. I ended up throwing it all in the garbage because after I added the frosting it turned into mush and wouldn’t even hold together…so frustrating… so I came online and found your website, and they never tell you how much frosting to actually use, so thank you for letting me know I wish I would of did a little more research before I actually made them.

  193. Thank you SO much for posting this recipe and video, I can’t wait to make these for my daughter’s 13th birthday party. She is IN LOVE with cake pops so I’m going to surprise her with these. I’m so excited!!!

  194. Thanks for sharing!! Me and the boys made these and they were fantastic! BIG HIT! Thanks for the advice about not putting too much icing, because my cake was almost too moist. The boys (5 and 3) watched the video and had it memorized when we actually made the pops. Sooo cute!!!!

  195. I love your recipes. Have you ever thought of entering the Food Network Star contest. The contestant that wins gets their own cooking show on the food network channel. Something to think about. Will pray that your business expands as you’re helping so many people to bring wonderful flavors into their homes.

  196. My daughter just had a birthday party. I wish I had looked at this recipe before. But I will do this next time.

  197. I am trying the cake pops tonight. Thanks for the great tips!!

  198. i like cake pops thay is so blazen :) i love the way that they tast

  199. Thank you so much for the helpful video and Instructions!

  200. My daughter and I just made these.. they taste so good and they look super cute! Thanks!!!!!!!

  201. Super awesome! Thanks so much for the simple easy to follow directions. I’m making these for my 7 year olds b-day party. I read that you can use a colander/strainer to hold the sticks while they set, which is perfect cause I don’t have styrofoam right now. I’m so excited to see his face light up at a new cake idea. I’ve shared your blog with friends too. Thanks again!

  202. I love how you always give such great tips from your experiences! That is the first section I read :)

  203. Thank you so much for posting this recipe, Monique! I have always wanted to make cake pops. I love your blog.

    • Thanks for breaking it down so nicely and for placing it on video. Who knew making cake pops would be that easy and without having to use a cake pops pan?? I”ve been seeing whole books on how to make cake pops!! Here I thought I was going to venture back into the kitchen for another tricky endeavor. Now I can focus on decorating the pops with equally simple ideas. Since this is for a 2nd bday celebration for a puppy loving little girl…I’ll just make dalmation puppy pops with confetti or paw prints. Thanks for the awesome paw-ty idea.

    • So glad you all are enjoying the video! I’ll be making some Clifford The Big Red Dog cake pops for my sons birthday soon. I’ll post pics if they come out right lol

      • Loved the video clip and thank you so much for the wonderful tips.

      • love the video as im making cake pops for the very first time this morning! you make it look so easy. thanks

      • Dear Monique…your tutorial for the cake pops was wonderful!! I can’t wait to do these for my grand daughter’s birthday coming up in July. I truly appreciate you doing this step by step recipe for us that need step by step directions. Now I won’t be stressing…again thanks so much!!

      • Yanelle Rodriguez

        I love love all your vids :) I was just wondering for the cake I want to do the red velvet one out of the box do you just follow the instructions on the back of the box to make it moist like your chocolate one or add a little more of something?

    • OMG! My NAME is Diva! SO happy to find this website, you are too right: Diva’s CAN cook!

    • Thanks a bunch!
      I’m just wondering, how do I use fondant? I made some marshmallow fondant, but I don’t know how to use it on cake pops :P
      Thanks again :D

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