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Thread: Babycakes cake pops

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    Super Member lpsewing's Avatar
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    how did you make them without using a mold ?

    Quote Originally Posted by cherrio View Post
    my sister and I made 500 cake pops for the prom this weekend. we didnt use molds; just made em , froze em fora week; decorated em last night for tonights prom. they are delish! and so cute
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragqueen03 View Post
    Thank you! The ink was smeared on just two spots and that was one of them! GRRRR out of all the recipes I wanted to try that was the first!
    You're welcome! I can't wait to hear how they turned out---they sound yummy!

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    I have one, and i love it, i also do it without the machine, they turn out great
    Mary

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    I bought one for me and my DIL. Not so crazy about it. But then cooking, baking is not my favorite to do. Maybe when Olivia gets older it will be more fun.
    We would worry less about what others think of us if we realized how seldom they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia's Grammy View Post
    I bought one for me and my DIL. Not so crazy about it. But then cooking, baking is not my favorite to do. Maybe when Olivia gets older it will be more fun.
    I have one too. I am still not sure about it. It seems like a lot of standing, watching, cooling, etc. I was really tired after making a batch. The cake balls were terrific, but I still have to work on the frosting/glaze/icing. Some slid down on the sticks and my icing ran down too. Many folks use a baked cake, crumble, add frosting and roll into balls. They are more "solid", rather than "light". Anyway, I was frustrated and have switched back to regular cakes after attending a Wilton Cake Decorating Class this spring. Yes, it is still lots of work, but the results are prettier.

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