Whoever invented cake pops was obviously in the mood for cake but didn’t want to feel guilty when they went back for seconds and thirds 😉 Despite them being so tiny, they’re delicious and so cute! So we’ve rounded up some fun recipes for you to try, or simply to drool over.
Raspberry Stuffed Cake Pops From That’s So Michelle. These cake pops are quite the combination: red velvet cake with raspberries stuffed inside, then dipped in decadent, rich chocolate. To die for!
Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops From Crafty Cookies. These little gems look just like an ice cream cone you’d get at Baskin Robbins, but even cuter. Use mini cones, fill with cake and chocolate, and add sprinkles as the finishing touch.
Rainbow Cake Pops From CrickPop. These rainbow cake pops would be especially fun for little ones and for birthday parties! Use whatever colors you want to make the rainbow inside and just watch your kids’ eyes light up when they take a bite!
Strawberry Short Cake Cake Pops From My KC Bakes. How clever are these? Flavored like strawberry shortcake, using pink sprinkles and smashed up vanilla wafers to make the cute coating!
Lemon Drop Cake Pops From Natalie’s Cake Pops. Lemon is my favorite cake so I had to include something lemon. Not only are these cake pops delicious, they even look like little lemon drops! Refreshing and light!
Mint Chocolate Chip Cake Pops From Chocolate Covered Katie. These little cake fudge pops are stuck on mini Popsicle sticks and dipped in chocolate.
Banana Peanut Butter Cake Pops From Messy Jessie Treats. Nothing beats the banana peanut butter combo and these cake pops are just that. Once the banana cake is done cooling, these are dipped in melted peanut butter candy!
Creamsicle Cake Pops From The Domestic Rebel. Raise your hand if you love orange dreamscicles! Yellow cake mix is taken up a notch and flavored with orange juice and orange extract and then dipped in melted orange candies to recreate your favorite ice cold treat.