We just can't get enough of cake pops! Sweet, moist and rich, decadent and tiny, these adorable treats make the perfect single-serving dessert that works amazingly well as an easy dessert when you're having company over and want to free up the kitchen.
Then again, we also think they are a great dinner to accompany your night in and Netflix marathon. They're perfect for any occasion!
Cake pops are incredibly easy to make! Go ahead and use this recipe as your base and switch around the flavors and textures as much as your heart desires.
We think these count as cake pops as long as you put them on a stick, but it's hard to know for sure. One thing we do know is that there is absolutely no way that you're going to complain after you try these fried pieces of heaven.
Decorating cake pops can be tricky as a normal human, but these adorable yet simple Quidditch pops are honestly as easy as it gets. You can't mess these up.
If you're looking for a cake pop that is festive and sweet yet sophisticated and complex, champagne cake is the way to go! You'll just love the light, crisp flavor they have.
If there is a better excuse to eat cake pops for dinner than dressing them up as corn dogs, we can't think of it.
Can't get enough of those cinnamon sugar cakey flavors? We don't blame you one bit.
The rainbow trend is very real! Your guests will be nothing if not impressed when they bite into these and notice the stunning interior, too.
It's a pretty well-known fact that everybody loves cookie dough, and you really can't go wrong here. But what really makes these treats worthwhile is that you don't need to bake a single thing! That's right, you can make cake pops while totally eliminating the seemingly necessary hassle of baking a cake.
Alternately, if you're looking for another hassle-free cake pop option, consider this Oreo version. You can adapt these to your taste using any flavor you want -- Golden Oreos will make a great base for "yellow cake" pops, for example.