Want to know how to make cake pops?
Cake pops – those little desserts on a stick! They’re cute, sweet, and portable! They’re so fun to make once you have the right techniques.
You may have made them before, but maybe you ran into some trouble.
Or maybe your cake pops just need a little finesse – that extra umph.
Your first cake pop experience could have been a lot like mine…
I admit it… I didn’t always love making cake pops. GASP!
To be honest, at first, I found making cake pops to be kind of… a huge pain. Sometimes cake wouldn’t stay on the stick. The coating was unpredictable; it came out thick or uneven.
When I tried my hand at sculpting cake pops into cute characters, I became frustrated at the length of time I was spending on each pop.
Cakeb0t says: How To Make Cake Pops takes all the frustration out of making cake pops, leaving you with the FUN of creating sweet, colorful candy-coated cake pops. …like a pro!
How To Make Cake Pops is specifically designed for those who love learning a craft, and having fun…
After lots of time in the test kitchen, I discovered techniques to breeze through cake pops, and they’ve become one of my favorite go-to desserts to make!
Piping designs, swirling candy melts into artful lines, and drawing cute faces on pops are all things that I find so fun, and I think you will too. I love that everyone who snatches up a cute cake pop is intrigued and immediately delighted at first bite!
Who am I?
Hi I’m Binky, creator of Cakeb0t, the cute robot who chimes in with sweet decorating tips. I believe that technique and practice makes you an expert, which means more time to concentrate on fun!
After nearly 2 million views on my How To Make Cake Pops video, I found myself responding to a lot individual comments and questions about cake pops.
As I learned more tips and techniques for these deceptively simple desserts, I wanted to share my entire process. Cakeb0t and I show you basic techniques and advanced piping techniques I picked up in Pastry School, so that you can make any cake pop you wish, without worry!
Who this book is NOT for:
- Someone who does not like to work with their hands
I love the hands-on experience of experimenting with rainbow colors, shaping cake balls, piping and drawing on my food. If you don’t like to get your hands wet, this might be a challenge for you.
- Those who like to spend a lot of time crafting one cake pop
I uncover time-saving techniques for shaped and custom cake pops, because I believe each pop should not take huge amounts of time. If you are looking to sculpt a dozen mini busts of Nefertiti, this is not for you.
- Cake Pops business owners/experts
I lay out a progression of basic to intermediate/advanced decorating techniques.
If you already know how to dip pops without fail, make piping bags, pipe designs, sculpt cake balls, and you have all the tools to make an assortment of flavored cake pops, this book is probably not for you.
What’s inside How To Make Cake Pops?
- Making cake pops the traditional way, and with machine-made cake balls
- New piping techniques for unique cake pop designs
- The best methods for making shaped/sculpted cake pops
- Time saving techniques for a smooth, fun decorating experience
- Practice templates for piping and drawing with edible pen
- Super cute DIY packaging techniques to display and give your pops away
So… do you want to know how to make cake pops?
Let me formally present you with my eBook…
- A 121 page eBook for start to finish beautiful cake pops
- Over 25 techniques and ideas to dip, decorate, pipe, and package
your cake pops
- Over 250 full color photos of ideas and action shots, and a link to a bonus piping video
- 14 pages of recipes, helpful links, and practice piping sheets to print and master your skills
If you don’t learn How To Make Cake Pops after reading this, I don’t want your money. If you’re unsatisfied for any reason within 30 days of your purchase, send me an email, and you’ll get a full refund, no questions asked.
I believe that you can make something pretty and sweet that will make people smile…
and have tons of fun while you’re doing it. On your own, or with a friend, join on the fun of being a dipping, piping, cake pop artist. With these techniques, you’ll be sharing joy and memories that only you can create.
Your friendly cake and cake robot builder,
Here’s what other cake pop enthusiasts have to say:
I’ve tried making cake pops before and struggled so much, but this course inspired me to make cake pops again!
Also, I never thought there were SO many ways you could decorate cake pops. This is a true go to guide!
Susan C. | www.suezen.com
I read the whole thing and loved it, so much attention to detail! What I loved about it was the way it approached every aspect of making cake pops. No stone was left unturned and the best was the regular cake pops vs the baked appliance one. It was totally evident that you actually used the appliance.
The little boxes with notes in them were great! It was geared to saving money also, using stuff you have around the house yet giving an option of buying the supplies. Your professionalism is so evident and the care for your craft.
Take a bow, you have knocked it out of the ballpark!
Sandy H | Oahu, Hawaii