You can never go wrong with cake in delicious ball form. Enjoy these 31 eye-expanding cake pop recipes…
1. Oatmeal Cream Pie Cake Pops
2. Toasted S’More Pops
I’m just a LITTLE obsessed with S’mores – as in TOTALLY obsessed. A few months ago I was attending the IACP conference and one of the food vendors was offering these amazing S’more pops and of course I had to recreate them and make my own.
4. Carrot Cake Pops
A classic carrot cake experience without all the baking, sugars and animal products. The cake is sweetened with prunes and raisins, filled with raw shredded carrots, and topped with a raisin-sweetened frosting.
5. Yummy St. Patrick’s Day Gold
Learn how to make a rainbow pot of gold themed cake pops, a perfect recipe for celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day.
6. Rainbow Cake Pop
Of course, the rainbow tastes like a cake covered in white chocolate. That’s science
7. 4th of July Cake Pops
When it comes to cake pops I’m a bit torn. On the one hand, their cuteness really captures my fancy, but on the other their intense sweetness has my teeth aching. The dilemma, dilemma. The solution? Make them, just don’t eat them
8. St. Patrick’s Day Cake Pops
I happen to love the color green. I don’t think it gets nearly the attention it deserves. So when St. Patrick’s Day comes around I get super excited and start thinking up all these fun and yummy treats to make, in green! That’s why I decided to put together these St. Patrick’s Day Cake Pops. They are super cute and really fun to make.
9. Pretty Pink Cake Pops
My today’s post is about yummy, pink birthday cake pops I made for my mom. I chose mainly pink/rosa/red colors, so when they were I done I thought: These would go great with Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day as well.
10. Sweet & Salty Brownie Cake Pops
Craving something sweet and salty? Try these easy Sweet and Salty Brownie Cake Pops for a yummy treat everyone will love.
11. Vegan Cake Pops
These vegan cake pops are healthy, gluten-free & simple to make! No baking required. + They call for a plant-based protein powder for added nutrition.
12. Easy Brownie Cake Pops
These Easy Brownie Cake Pops are perfect for most any party. They start with a brownie mix, so they’re super easy to make. Then you dip the brownie balls in chocolate and add fun sprinkles, making them pretty much irresistible.
13. Funfetti Cake Pops
14. Salted Caramel Cake Pops
15. Gluten-Free Easy Cake Pops
16. Chocolate Mint Buttercream Pops
When it comes to all things in the baking world, one of my favorites has always been frosting. Sweet, delicious, creamy, wonderful, buttercream frosting. I’ve often joked that cupcakes are simply carriers for frosting. It’s all about the frosting. Which is why I decided it was about time that my pop making focused on my favorite part of this baking game. The buttercream.
17. Mini Donut Cake Pops
Donuts are delicious. Small, cute and lolly, they are not only irresistibly delicious but also a real eye-catcher.
18. Pink Champagne Cake Pops
These Pink Champagne Cake Pops are going to be your new go-to celebration treat! Make them ring in the New Year or for your next birthday party. They are as delicious as they are pretty!
19. Marbled Cake Pops
Create a marbled look on your cake pops with this Marbleized Cake Pops project. Fun for baby showers and weddings, these cake pops are deceivingly easy to make and look so elegant when completed. These cake pops feature blue and green marbling, but you could use any colors you’d like to best suit your occasion.
20. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cake Pop
Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookie dough? Now you can enjoy it as a cake pop complete with chocolate chips on top.
21. Skinny Cake Pops
The only way to make them lighter is by using a cake pop pan, rather than the original method; it’s quicker and easier too! I tested out my lighter cake box recipe to see how they would turn out, and it worked like a charm.
22. Simple & Easy Cake Pops
Cake pops are for people like me – who just always seem to ruin things (like, for example, …a cake!). So…you BET I had to put some of those little beauties in here!
23. Dulce De Leche Cake Pops
Nutty Dulce de Leche Easter Cake Pops Recipe – the most delicious cake pops YOU will ever make! You will love how moist these cake pops are inside, filled with roasted walnuts and Dulce de Leche Cream. Mmmm mmm I just love them so much!
24. Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls
A fun Easter dessert idea, cake balls decorated like Easter eggs! Put them in a basket and watch them disappear.
We are all ready for the Easter bunny in my home. We painted some eggs, we made cake balls, maybe we’ll even get to see the Easter bunny himself.
25. Eggless Cookie Dough Pops
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. Is there anything better? Well, actual chocolate chip cookies would rank right up there I suppose.
But really, how many times have we all eaten raw cookie dough before shoving those babies in the oven to bake? I know I have. Risking raw eggs with every bite.
26. Sparkly Cake Pops
Making beautiful sparkling cake pops for New Year’s Eve doesn’t have to be complicated! The beauty of these cake pops is their simplicity. Let’s revisit the basics of cake pop–making and start the new year with making beautiful, easy, sparkling cake pops using two different methods.
27. Cinnamon Roll Easy Cake Pops
Hi friends! This morning I’m taking a quick break from all of the holiday projects (yes, I’m still working on things!) to bring you an easy and yummy breakfast or brunch appetizer – !
I originally shared this idea over at I (heart) Naptime, but I wanted to share it with all of you because, with all of the holiday parties, it’s something quick and easy you can throw together that looks and tastes great!
28. No-Bake Chocolate Cookie Pops
No-Bake Chocolate Cookie Pops are the quick, easy, kid-friendly answer to your “there’s no room in the oven” conundrum.
29. Strawberry Cream Cheese Cake Ball
No description needed.
30. Carrot Cake Pops
Carrot Cake, Cream Cheese, and White Chocolate create a delicious bite that you won’t be able to stop popping into your mouth!
Here’s something I never thought I’d say. I am craving fall flavors while still trying to soak in every last day we have left of summer. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t actually want fall to arrive just yet. The change in temperature, shorter days, and all that jazz can stay away forever (as far as I’m concerned).