Okay, I'll admit it. With all the talk about cake pops my interest has been peaked. I frankly don't have the time to make them these days, I'm pretty swamped with just me and my mom working on the orders.
So...that being said, I'd like to know where I can order some good ones online. I tried the ones at Starbucks...I'll stick with my Iced Chai!
These just started being popular so I'm not sure where you can buy them, but BabyCakes company just started carrying their maker online.
Thanks...they're a little pricer than I wanted to spend but I can see where that goes and can appreciate the effort behind it all. I may give them a try!
Any recommendations on flavors?
Ok do not go by the star bucks ones... they are GROSSSS!
Heck I will send you some
LOL...yeah I literally bit the bullet one day when I was at the mall...Let's just say my mom said it tasted like someone chewed it in their mouth, spit it out, and rolled it up and put it on a stick!!!
Haven't tried these, but they have good reviews. And they're local for you, buttercuppie.
And of course, there's always Neiman Marcus, but you pay a pretty penny.
Oh, and don't order too much. I'm afraid (no matter how bad the Starbucks cake balls are) you might be one of those people who won't like them because they're cake crumbs mixed with frosting and covered with candy melts.
There are a few people like that. For the people who want cake baked in a ball shape and then covered, there's that BabyCakes machine. There's a thread about it. They just stocked the website with them. I ordered 3 machines because my family won't eat the mixed crumb cake balls. I don't sell them so I only have to take care of them.
Ha! I spend so much time in NY that you could almost call me a New Yorker. I think I live here.
They have baskets, boxes, stands, and they ship nationally!
Here's another http://www.tcpops.com/
The owner is a user on here (KuyaRomeo... or something like that I think and can't remember without looking her up)
You can also try www.etsy.com. There are quite a few people on there selling cake pops. I too bought a baby cakes machine,but have it sitting in my closet. I used it a couple of times,and didn't care for it. I'll stick to Bakerella's method,although there is no need to mix in too much frosting,but it's also nice to mix in different things like PB,or Dulce De Leche. I like to experiment with flavors.
I've sold cake pops online via etsy.com
If you go to the site and search YUMGOODCAKES you'll find me.
I dont have any posted for people to order, but you can look at my previous listings and message me if you want me to make a post for you to purchase some!
I'm going to have to go with everyone's responses and say check out etsy. I've personally never ordered any cake pops but some of the pictures I've seen are pretty impressive and reasonably priced. I would recommend reading reviews about each seller though before making your purchase or some sellers even sell small sample packs that you can try out without having to purchase more expensive/larger quantities.
AI just ordered cakepops for my girlfriends birthday from this shop in California. I ordered the stiletto cake pops with bling sticks, They were amazing! arrived just like pictures and tasted delicious and wrapped in a gift box. I found them on etsy but then realized they had their own online cakepops shop. Give them a try I'm happy to recommend them. www.popestela.com