Babycakes is the preeminent purveyor of quirky confectionary creating contraptions, and the Babycakes cake pop maker is no exception. The company certainly has a style all their own. Some may call it “retro cool,” others may say it looks like a Care Bear crapped on a George Foreman Grill.
Whatever you think of the style, you can’t argue with the results. The reviews for the Babycakes Cake Pop machine are overwhelmingly positive. The included recipes leave a bit to be desired, but you can find proper recipes all over the internet. If you’re a real cake pop connoisseur, you’ll start experimenting and coming up with your own recipes anyway.
Easy to use, easy to clean. There’s really nothing more you can ask for in a 1 task kitchen appliance.
“But the Babycake Cake Pop Maker Only Does 1 Thing – What’s the Point?”
Well it does that one thing, and it does it well. It’s like a toaster, but a toaster can’t make balls of food that you can put on a stick. Which brings me to the next point:
The Babycakes Cake Pop Maker Makes Food Balls
Granted “food balls” isn’t a very marketable term, but it really describes what this little machine can do. Sticking with confections; you can make donut holes, brownie pops, and pancake balls. Let’s also not forget that these can all be filled with frosting, chocolate, peanut butter, and jelly just to name a few. This adds a whole new dimension of deliciousness.
I don’t really see anything out there with people experimenting with non-confectionary foods like falafel, meatballs, hush puppies, or veggie balls, but you better believe it’s on my list of things to do.
If you want to make cake pops or food balls the quickest and easiest way possible, go grab a Babycakes Cake Pop Maker from Amazon.com.
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