Making cakepops usually involves rolling crumbled bits of cake together with frosting to create the “pop”. While this method works, it’s a messy process and often the cakepops leave you with aching teeth from frosting sweetness overload.
But Nordicware’s clever cakepops pan solves that. The two-part pan bakes cake batter into a tidy 2-inch cake ball that you simply pop onto a stick and decorate. Best of all, the finished cakepop has the taste and texture of a frosted bit of cake, instead of an over sweet cake-and-frosting mashup.
NordicWare makes a great cakepops recipe book, I’ve included the link to it on Amazon below. OR… they work great with cake mixes. Each cakepops pan bakes 1/2 of a cake mix… or try pound cake, brownies (loved these!) or muffins for a different twist.