175 Best Babycakes Cake Pop Recipes

Babycakes: 175 Best Cake Pops Recipes

175 Best Babycakes Cake Pops Recipes!Okay, these pops are flippin’ adorable!  I love them!  I was recently given the chance to review:
175 Best Babycakes: Cake Pops Recipes
by Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss.
Let me start by saying that I love the book!  The pops are adorable, it is well written, and they even have tips, tricks, and ideas to go with every recipe!
The book includes recipes and ideas for every holiday, season or event you could think of.  Almost every recipe includes an idea to make a fabulous gift for someone!  Who wouldn’t use a great food gift!
Not big into sweets but love giving them as gifts?  I can’t say I’ve ever been disappointed in a food gift!  Especially since usually they are things I won’t buy for myself (like cake pops, cookies, etc!)
I’ve got the solution!  😀  My specialization is rationalization.  LOL
Ready???  The cake pops don’t have to just make/do cakes!!!  They also have appetizers, fondues, dips, muffins, breakfast items and so much more!  See, you thought you didn’t need it.  😀

The book tells you how to use the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker, along with tips and tricks and makes it super easy to understand.  Plus, they are fast and clean up is a breeze!  That alone sells me, not gonna lie!  LOL.

Anyway, you can get more information here from the awesome publishers, they even have a link to buy the book from your fave book retailer (Amazon included!)  I’m thinking, go to Amazon, get your book and your cake pop maker.  Soon, you’ll be saving so much money and getting so much attention from the awesome gifts you’ll be giving!  😀

I had the privilege of sharing three fantastic recipes from their book and you can try them out too!  Here are some additional recipes from this cookbook you may enjoy:

 

DIY Easy Halloween Cake PopsDIY Romantic Roses Cake Pops RecipeThai Crab Bites Wasabi Mayo Recipe

Originally posted 2012-09-07 14:40:00.

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25 thoughts on “Babycakes: 175 Best Cake Pops Recipes”

  1. Like the previous commenter, I give vegetables from the garden but these look cute. Cookies would work as well if I could bake…

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  2. What *don’t* I bake? Giving homemade baked goods to our friends and family is a…family tradition. So cookies, bars, cakes, pies, breads–they’re all fair game for gift-giving.

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