Heart Cake Pops

Heart Shaped Cake Pop1 Heart Cake Pops

Here’s a simple way to show some love: a cake pop with a cool glass of milk!

Making these heart shaped cake pops is simple.

Follow this tutorial on how to make cake pops, with a couple small differences:

  • After mixing the cake with frosting, flatten out the mixture in a sheet pan to 5/8″ to 1/2″ (depending on your cutter). Refrigerate the mixture until firm.
  • Then, cut out hearts using a 1 1/2″ “>heart shaped cookie cutter.

You can use this technique with any small cookie cutter of your choice. I love this soft pink heart, especially for Valentine’s Day!



  1. says

    Hi! Thanks for your comment Lorena! If your candy melts are older, they sometimes get a white coating on them, bloom, which can cause the chocolate to have that white coating. So try to buy melts that don’t have any traces of white. Also, when I melt them, I use a thermometer to make sure I don’t overheat them, which can produce all kinds of weird outcomes. I keep them generally at or less then 100 degrees F.

  2. says

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