Cake Pops Are Popular. But Which of These Three Appliances Will Make the Best Ones? You Decide

Babycakes Cake Pop Maker
Babycakes Cake Pop Maker

Cake pops are currently all the rage. You can’t miss the two As-Seen-On-TV commercials from competing companies both claiming to have the appliance that will make us the perfect pop cakes. Those brands are also in competition with the Babycakes company cake pop maker. With holiday celebrations just around the corner, those delectable little cakes can be the treat that brings the sizzle to the party. But which of those three popular bake ware brands will really make us the best cakes? You decide.

All three appliances purport to offer ease of use, simplicity, versatility, non-stick coating bake ware, time-saving ability from the cake-making process (just pour cake mix batter into molds), little if any mess, friends and family fun, great tasting end product, and the inclusion of accessories.

Regarding differences, the as-seen-on-TV Tasty Top Cake Pop brand consists of an eight-cake mold pan, cover, 50 lollipop or popsicle-like sticks, a small aluminum pouring cup, and a guide with decorating ideas. The mold pan and cover are said to be made from flexible silicone which allows heat to circulate evenly around each mold. Pour your cake mix batter into the molds, snap on the cover, put the entire thing in the oven, and in ten minutes or so, you’ll have eight perfectly good size pop cakes on which to create your favorite holiday decorations. The bake ware doubles as a convenient stand to place the sticks for decorating. It is also dishwasher-safe and has a lifetime warranty. The company offers an additional set, but additional shipping and handling fees must be paid.

The as-seen-on-TV Bake Pop Maker Kit, on-the-other-hand, comes with an eighteen-cake mold pan, comparable lid, clips, 18 sticks, 18 ties, 18 wraps, a squeeze bottle for decorating, and a manual full of recipes and ideas. Their mold pan is tooted as durable and their sticks as reusable. They are also willing to toss in an extra kit for extra shipping and handling.

Babycakes Cake Pop Maker model CP-12 is a singular electric appliance with 12 molds, a latching handle, power cord wrap, and lights that lets you know when your cake pops are ready. This usually takes about six to eight minutes depending on the type of batter used. Accessories include a two-pronged fork, a couple of stands or racks for cooling and ease of decorating, a supply of sticks, a manual with tips and recipes, and a one-year warranty. The cost of this appliance is about double that of the other two and you won’t get another unless you purchase it yourself. This brand can be found in stores on or offline.

Differences Between Ckar Pop Makers

Regarding differences, the as-seen-on-TV Tasty Top Cake Pop brand consists of an eight-cake mold pan, cover, 50 lollipop or popsicle-like sticks, a small aluminum pouring cup, and a guide with decorating ideas. The mold pan and cover are said to be made from flexible silicone which allows heat to circulate evenly around each mold. Pour your cake mix batter into the molds, snap on the cover, put the entire thing in the oven, and in ten minutes or so, you’ll have eight perfectly good size pop cakes on which to create your favorite holiday decorations. The bake ware doubles as a convenient stand to place the sticks for decorating. It is also dishwasher-safe and has a lifetime warranty. The company offers an additional set, but additional shipping and handling fees must be paid.

The as-seen-on-TV Bake Pop Maker Kit, on-the-other-hand, comes with an eighteen-cake mold pan, comparable lid, clips, 18 sticks, 18 ties, 18 wraps, a squeeze bottle for decorating, and a manual full of recipes and ideas. Their mold pan is tooted as durable and their sticks as reusable. They are also willing to toss in an extra kit for extra shipping and handling.

Babycakes Cake Pop Maker model CP-12 is a singular electric appliance with 12 molds, a latching handle, power cord wrap, and lights that lets you know when your cake pops are ready. This usually takes about six to eight minutes depending on the type of batter used. Accessories include a two-pronged fork, a couple of stands or racks for cooling and ease of decorating, a supply of sticks, a manual with tips and recipes, and a one-year warranty. The cost of this appliance is about double that of the other two and you won’t get another unless you purchase it yourself. This brand can be found in stores on or offline.

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