Bake Pops Review


chantal cooper #212!!!


Ever since the craze with those cake pops, I have wanted to make them myself but never knew how. I thought it would be way too complicated. Then I came across Bake Pops (the kit) and knew I had a chance at making them with that!!

I received two Bake Pops kit, one to review and I guess the other is for a giveaway?? Ya, I guess I can give one away πŸ™‚ But first you MUST read my review in FULL!!!!!

This kit is cool. It comes with one bake pop pan, one decorating idea guide, one squeeze bottle and 18 reusable bake pop sticks! So, pretty much everything you need except the cake mix which you have to buy yourself.

I chose plain yellow cake mix for this. I made the cake mix as directed on the box and poured it into each little Bake Pop round starting from the center and working my way outwards. When those were filled, I put the other bake pop pan on the top of the other one and secured it on the sides with the little yellow clips! Then in the oven they went for a few!

I pulled them from the oven and let them cool for a few minutes. Then I pulled off the top pan, after pulling off the cake mix that came out of the little holes at the tops, added a bit of the mint chocolate to coat the ends of the bake pop sticks and poked the stick into the bake pops. Next I chilled them in the fridge for about 20 minutes so that the sticks could stick to the bake pops really good.

After they chilled for a few, I then had some melted chocolate that I had ready and swirled each bake pop in the chocolate. I know it looks super easy, but this was NOT easy. My bake pops kept popping off and falling into the chocolate πŸ™ I really tried, but man this is NOT easy to do!!

One thing that this kit does not come with but should, is holders for the bake pops when you have them all chocolatey! You need to have them stand up and dry, but finding a place to put them proved to be hard! I ended up with the back of a cardboard box and I cut tiny holes in the box and stuck the sticks in with the bake pops. They lolled around and did not stand up straight, making my chocolate go everywhere!


I certainly swore a little bit under my breath as I tried to get these to stay on the sticks and not fall off after I dipped them. The majority did stay put, which was good and I was able to then add some sprinkles and decorate them. After I was all done with them, I was happy to be done with them, LOL! Whoosh, what a time!

Besides them falling off the sticks and not having a place to stick them to dry, it was an okay experience. The kids loved to make them and that is all that mattered!! They really are harder to make than I originally thought, and even then I knew they would be hard, LOL!


But, this kit makes them easier to make, that is for sure. By having them already in a ball by the time they are done baking and that is nice.

Β I REALLY tried, so don’t laugh at how they looked..


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  1. Some White Chocolate and M&Ms πŸ™‚

  2. I would put coconut shavings on it!

  3. Michelle H. says:

    I think I would swirl icing on top.

  4. I’d put chopped peanuts and chocolate sprinkles on mine!

  5. Strawberry Frosting and Sprinkles.

  6. shirley pebbles says:

    Chocolate sprinkles and chocolate frosting

  7. Deborah Wallin says:

    I would think crushed oreo would be good on top
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  8. Christy Weller says:

    I would do white chocolate with sprinkles

  9. Fondant and sprinkles for sure.

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  10. It would be as much chocolate as I could find. Thank you

  11. Melissa Shirley says:

    I would put chocolate and sprinkles!

  12. mary gardner says:

    buttercream icing and crushed peppermint candy

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  13. I would add sprinkles and maybe crushed peanuts

  14. I would add caramel and sprinkles!


  15. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    milk chocolate and sprinkles
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  16. I would put chocolate frosting and some marshmallow!

  17. Heather Garcia says:

    mint chocolate

  18. Ann Marie Walker says:

    I think frosting and coconut would be good.

  19. I would use come buttercream frosting along with some christmas sprinkles!

  20. I would dip them in white chocolate and pink sprinkles.

  21. Michelle Hagewood says:

    I would put some mini m&m’s on mine. My kids love those things.

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    *Would they stand up in the pan with the lid on through the holes?

  22. Jody Sisson says:

    Chocolate and sprinkles.

  23. Emory Brooks says:

    I would dip in chocolate, then I think I would creative and instead of sprinkles I would top mine with pop rocks!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    Emory Brooks

  24. We would put chocolate sprinkles on the top of ours.

  25. Angela Cisco says:

    I’d dip them in white chocolate

  26. Jill Myrick says:

    We would add fudge sauce , sprinkles and whipped cream.


  27. would love to win this

  28. Theresa DeRosa says:

    I think for Chrismas I would put crushe candy canes on the cake pops.

  29. Heath toffee pieces an chocolate

  30. Debra Hall says:

    dip in chocolate then put reese cups on top

  31. I would put chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate on the cake pops

  32. I prefer my bake pops with corn and nut speckles preferably with a chocolate cake mix. I call them my little turds of joy.

  33. Lots of sprinkles! My daughter & I usually make cut-out cookies w/ sprinkles, but this year it is cake pops! Just bought these at Wal-mart today, but of course would still love to win another set πŸ˜‰ Going to test them out for a children’s holiday party…I don’t have the chocolate melts & can’t buy them in time…so I’m going to try a sugar cookie glaze instead.

  34. White chocolate and red and green sprinkles if I made these for the holidays πŸ™‚

  35. White chocolate and carmel.

  36. chocolate chips

  37. gina emerson says:

    I would make them look wintery with some shredded coconut.

  38. Casey Lynn Everidge says:

    sprinkles!! yum yum yum!

  39. White Chocolate and Sprinkles for sure!

  40. just fun sprinkles!
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  41. Thank you I really want this!

  42. ten coupons says:

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  43. Karin Dennis says:

    I want it! I plan on making reindeer pops for xmas! I’d have fudge & almonds on my bake pops!

  44. heather loftus says:


  45. Beverly K. says:

    i would use chocolate icing with crushed peppermints for xmas πŸ™‚

  46. Awesome! I have always wanted to try these, and couldn’t figure out how people made them so nicely…so a kit, huh? I want it! πŸ™‚

    If I don’t win, I’m buying it anyway, lol.

  47. Rainbow sprinkles or white choc drizzle

  48. Veronica G says:

    I would top mine with white chocolate and Christmas sprinkles! And for my cake pops I use some spare styrofoam and put the sticks in to dry.

  49. chocolate

  50. I would make white ones with blue sprinkles. Also wanted to tell you that for a cake pop “stand” I saw a girl use an upside down styrofoam egg carton! πŸ™‚

  51. sprinkles and red chocolate
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  52. I can’t wait to try these.

  53. I’d do a butterscotch cover with pink sprinkles.

  54. Kathryn Costa says:

    I am doing Snowman pops for Christmas using white candy melts. I hope I am able to do a good job. Thanks for the giveaway!

  55. Sheila Vives says:

    I’ve always been a chocolate sprinkles fan, but it could be good to dip them in white chocolate shavings too.

  56. dark chocolate and pecans

  57. I would use buttercream frosting with chocolate sprinkles.

  58. Icing and confetti sprinkles,(that’s what my daughter prefers)

  59. White chocolate and little mint chips

  60. D Schmidt says:

    I think I would use chocolate sprinkles πŸ™‚

  61. Daphne Richard says:

    I would cover mine with white fondent and turn them into ghosts, that way if I screw up the frosting I can hide it.

  62. Michelle C says:

    I would love some Christmas sprinkles on mine! Thanks for the chance to win!
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  63. chantal cooper says:

    sprinkles and maybe caramel or strawberry

  64. Chocolate for sure..

  65. Danielle T says:

    I would try to make Hello Kitty pops (gotta practice for my daughters bday!) Also I bought some styrofoam blocks at the dollar store to stick my pops in to dry. They tend to hold them better than a box and you can also wrap them in Bday/Christmas wrap to display them!

  66. kindra baron says:

    I think I would go with white chocolate!


  67. Kim Henrichs says:

    Glitter dust!

  68. Christina says:

    After dipping in chocolate we would have to use sprinkles. My daughter loves sprinkles!

  69. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I would put coconut on mine! πŸ™‚

  70. dip in chocolate and drizzle with white πŸ™‚

  71. sean pynaert says:

    sprinkles of course

  72. renee walters says:

    I would put colorful sprinkles! Happy holidays! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters

  73. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would do chocolate with chopped pecans.

  74. I’d have fudge & almonds on my bake pops!

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  75. Haley McLain says:

    I plan on making reindeer pops for xmas!

  76. I would do some white chocolate with some festive sprinkles.

  77. ronda peyton says:


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