Cake Pop Bakery – So Easy I Can Do It – Nostalgia Electrics JFD-100 Cake Pop & Donut Hole Bakery

My husband doesn’t know it, but he got me a Cake Pop Bakery for Valentine’s Day. It arrived from Amazon and Joe wanted it opened immediately. Well, he actually wanted the cake pops pictured on the box, immediately.

I couldn’t blame him, so we got to work. Looking at the reviews HERE I figured out to do.

First we stired up a box of cake mix with eggs, water and oil. We sprayed the Cake Pop Bakery with Pam and plugged it in. Once it was hot, and the green light turned on, we spooned batter into each compartment and filled them to the brim. It was cooking really fast, or I was really slow, so I decided to just fill half and close up the machine.

After about 5 minutes, I opened it up to check the progress. The tops were firm (and not doughy), so I carefully flipped them over so the tops would brown and get a round shape. (It’s the bottom part of the machine that cooks.) After about 2 more minutes, I opened up the machine and checked each ball with a toothpick. Since it came out clean, I spooned out the cake and let the balls cool on a plate.

I was surprised at how easy it was to make these cute little cake balls. It was much faster than a cake or cupcakes and the house does not get hot from the oven. Frosting these little guys was a challenge, but next time I think I’ll make my own thin frosting the drizzle it over the cake.

Joe was able to help with most everything, but the machine does get very hot. I had him wear my Ove’ Glove so he did not get burned. Also, flipping the cake balls during the cooking is a little tricky, so I did it myself.

The one bad thing about my Valentine’s Day gift is that you can just pop the cake pops into your mouth… and eat a dozen at once.


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