If you want to stick to a mix, Babycakes does sell . I believe that these are available at Kohl’s in addition to the Babycakes online shop. If you want to use a store bought mix, I recommend cutting back on the amount of liquid in the recipe. This is something that is likely going to be different with each brand and flavor, meaning there is no blanket “cut back x amount”. I would also recommend adding a bit more baking powder to the mix, even if just half a teaspoon. The Babycakes Tips page really has some great advice from readers, and on using a regular cake mix in your cake pop machine.
Another fun thing about making your cake pops with the Babycakes machine is that you can easily add/inject a filling into the cake pops! We’ve only used frosting (because we love frosting) but I’m sure you could put lots of other yummy fillings in.
Heilo! Im all new to making baking treats and my oven is actually broke. Im so glad I came across your website on my search for a cake pop machine! I’m planning to make cake pops for dessert for my baby’s one year bday party. Your blog made me decide to go ahead n order the babycakes cake pop maker and im loving all the tips and tricks you are sharing! I can’t wait to try it out! your cake pops are beautiful!
Thank you for posting this recipe! Im excited to try it. I just made the apple cider doughnut hole recipe that came with the babycakes machine and they were not very good. My son is allergic to everything so I have to alter every recipe to fit his diet. I cant wait for him to finally get to have doughnuts with the other kids at church on sundays Thanks again!