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post #16 of 26
You get cones if you don't fill the wells with enough batter. I use a cookie scoop and it works well
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post #17 of 26
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Ahhhhhh ok! And I thought I was overfilling the wells . Ok I'm going to try again this weekend. Thanks sillywabbits
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post #18 of 26

I saw them for sale, here in Oz today, at Target and K-mart, $12.00. 

post #19 of 26

I don't have a Baby Cakes but on friday I bought a Swan PopCake maker. I haven't used it yet, I'm just waiting til I've read what others say about any kind of maker, I suppose they're all about the same, (Swan is a good make and have been on the go since 1931 and still going strong). Oh well, wish me luck. I'm new here so any help or advice will be very welcome.

post #20 of 26
I don't like it...I prefer traditional cake pops.

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post #21 of 26
I know this is an old post but I see people are posting on it. I bought and used the babycakes cakepop maker I don't like it I have made cakepops the traditional way they are way better. I do recommend the wilton melting pot to make it easier to make the cakepops
post #22 of 26
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?feature=related&v=qFpQcQ4E92A. Video using the wilton melting pot to make cakepops
post #23 of 26
I bought two knockoffs at my local Alco, for $15 each and got a 1 year warrantee for $7 more, they are made by Treat Time. I make the mushed cake version, but thought I would also try these.
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post #24 of 26

I like making the traditional cake pops, only because sometimes my scratch cakes don't turn out right but they are great for cake pops!

post #25 of 26

I have always made cake pops the "traditional way" but my mother bought the the bake pop pans and i never figured how to use it. I hate it so much. I love using it wen i form the cake pops and I put them in the freezer. it helps keep its shape. I got the babycakes maker for my bday and to be honest.. I don't like it either. The cake balls are formed nicely but the taste of the cake itself doesn't taste good. I have tried many recipes and I do not like one. I have a 4 year old niece and she hates the way they taste on the babycakes maker as well. I will just say that I will stick to the traditional way.

post #26 of 26

Just got the cake pop pan on sale for $8 at bed and bath.  Tried it out today, and it worked great. I got perfectly shaped balls. I did have to cut off, what I call the Saturn rim, but other than that, it was easy.  I did follow directions carefully to adjust the cake mix and used Pam for baking. When I went to place a stick in it,  It stayed on just fine. I dipped them in the chocolate and they came out great.   

I got the pans, because I've recently had request for cake balls and when I tried the original way, they came out a bit lumpy.  And for my taste, I prefer eating cake, then having it taste too sweet with the frosting in the ball.  They also wanted me to make their cake balls with the same recipe I used in their previous cake.

 

I am incredibly happy with this success. It's like being able to frost a cake smooth for the first time.  I'll let you know when I meet that goal!icon_biggrin.gif

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