Cake Pops By Bakerella Ultimate Cake Pop Set Review & Giveaway

I’m sooooo excited to share this with you.   The amazingly talented, creative and downright awesome Bakerella has a new cake pop kit coming out in September – for kids!   It will soon be on the shelves at Toys R Us very soon.

Inspired by Angie’s (aka Bakerella‘s) book, Cake Pops: Tips, Tricks & Recipes For More Than 40 Irresistible Mini Treats, this kit lets little ones play and create cake pops at home.   Both my daughter and myself were super excited when the kit arrived.  It’s incredibly cute (of course, it’s Bakerella’s!).   This kit breaks down the entire cake pop making process step by step, making it very easy and approachable.   While marketed for kids, quite honestly I think this would be a fabulous way for anyone to start making cake pops.   You aren’t making a kid version of pseudo food with this, you are whipping up the real deal, honest to goodness cake pops.

You supply the cake, frosting, chocolate coating and sprinkles and the kit gives you all of the tools you need to turn them into cake pops.  My daughter wanted to try it out with her BFF and who can deny a girl some cake pop making with their best friend?   I decided that I would let them do this completely on their own (I baked the cake and melted the chocolate).   I figured two nine year old girls would make great testers.

Side note – they set up the items and the box for this photo, and were very deliberate about arranging the items for the photo.  Ah, clearly they are the children of bloggers, you have to love it!   They started with grating their cake using the grater.   After the cake was grated it was time to add frosting and mush it all around really well.

After the cake and frosting are combined, the mixture is portioned out in a divider tray and into the fridge it goes to chill.  After that it’s time to mold your shape.  The molds it comes with include circle, square, triangle & cupcake.    There will also be an accessory kit that you can purchase separately that will allow you to make bear, flower and heart shapes.

After molding into shapes, the mixture was chilled again, then it was time to dip and decorate.

They had a lot of fun and did a great job at making cake pops, all by themselves.   They didn’t get all of the cake pops completely covered in chocolate, but that was mainly due to rushing to finish because I tole them they couldn’t have a cake pop until they were done.   A big thank you to my pal Sara at Saving For Someday for letting her daughter help test out the kit and make cake pops.

Here is a bit more info on the kit…

With the Cake Pops by Bakerella Ultimate Cake Pop Set, aspiring young bakers can create delicious cake pops right at home.  To get started, children simply use the cake grater and mixing bowls to crumble any cake.  Then mix the cake crumbs with frosting and form it into custom shapes using the various fun and unique molds in the set. The Ultimate Cake Pop Set gives kids the perfect tools to craft delightful cake pops for all to enjoy.  The Cake Pops by Bakerella line is for ages 5 and up and will be available at ToysRUs only for $19.99.

Would you like to win your own Cake Pops By Bakerella Ultimate Cake Pop Set?  Silly question, I know!   One lucky reader will win their own Cake Pop Set!   Open to US Residents only.    A winner will be selected at random on Monday, September 10th.   Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter and good luck!


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If you are looking to whip up some cake pops, make sure to check out all of my cake pop posts and recipes right here.

Disclosure: My kit (and the giveaway kit) were provided free of charge.  All opinions expressed however are mine and mine alone!

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  1. Keisha Albertson says

    I LOVE GREEN! So the greaseproof green swirl ones would have to be my favorite! ALthough, the green and black zebra print ones in the animal print category were awesome too lol

  2. Debbie says

    Perfect testers! Love how they arranged the items for the photo…LOL. I need at least 2 of these kits for my nieces. I’m already going to buy a couple sets once I find them, but winning one would be even better! Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

  3. Natalie G. says

    Totally classic ones- vanilla cake pops! Hopefully, I can be creative and start with the cupcake shaped ones. :)

  4. Kim R. says

    This will make a great gift for my boyfriend’s niece, that I’d get to “supervise” her using, haha. I’d probably try to convince her to make an orange cake with white chocolate coating, possibly dyed orange.

  5. Randi Greene says

    I would love this and the fact that it is made for kids means I might actually be able to figure out how to use it. :)

  6. Jennifer says

    I would LOVE to make chocolate and peanut butter cake pops with peanut butter coating.

    I would also make strawberry shortcake cake pops as my girls love strawberry shortcake!

  7. Laura E says

    I have some old Bento hard boiled egg presses in the shape of bears and Bunnies, I wonder if these will work as call ball presses?

  8. says

    Oh Christi you lucky duck for getting to test this out! My daughter will flip when she gets one of these! We love plain old devils food cake pops the best! I’m not into crazy flavors but I think I may need to make some pumpkin ones soon!

    Going to share the giveaway on my blog too!

  9. Jenn Ellefsen says

    This is like the newer version of the easy bake oven! What little girl wouldnt want this – wait – what baing mommy wouldnt want to get this for their little girl!!! I know I am taking a trip straight to Toys R Us next week to grab this!!!

  10. Alison says

    Who am I kidding! This would be all for me, and my daughter and the hubs would just get to enjoy the spoils. I’d start with classic white cake, white frosting, white candy dipped in rainbow sprinkles, and get more creative from there. :)

  11. Rebekah Krause says

    I would make Dragon Egg cake pops for my boys. Red velvet cake with yello candy coating and cool colored speckles.

  12. Natalia says

    These are too cute! I would make green velvet cake pops! I’ve made your green velvet cupcakes before and they were absolutely delicious!

  13. Jessica Z says

    I would love to try some form of spice cake pops for fall in the triangles and dipped to look like candy corns.

  14. Brandie says

    I would love to win! My girls and I would have a blast making cake pops together! Thank you for this opportunity!

  15. Nancy A. says

    Love this! Thanks Bakerella for sharing your amazing talents with us!!!!! I hope to win this so I can be a big kid and create yummy cake pops!

  16. Rachel D says

    How fun! As a baker who’s attempted cake pops once–and failed miserably–I think I could make us of this myself. :)

  17. Sarah L says

    The cupcake molds are really cute! I’d probably try to make a coconut cake or a pumpkin spice one now that fall is approaching.

  18. Jennifer E says

    I have seriously been thinking in purchasing something like this so I can make cake pops for my son’s birthday in December!

  19. Samantha Passehl says

    I love cake pops!! I love getting ideas from Bakerella, amazing what she can do!!! Oreo cupcakes are still my favorite!! I love that website so much. Such an insperation. My kiddos would love this, they love helping bake and decorate, then they could do it themselves!!

  20. Aminah C. R. says

    My 3 boys would love this… they love my cakes and have asked me to make cake pops… They could get sooo creative with this! I see a neapolitan cake pop dipped in a banana flavored chocolate with chocolate sprinkles on top!

  21. Katherine says

    My six year old son is very into baking! He is super creative and inventive, which is really fun. I’m guessing he would make double chocolate cake balls, dip them in green, and make monster faces. We have candy eye balls,black and red licorice wheel mouths,and lots of nose options. He’d pick a blue drizzle and sprinkles for hair!

  22. Karen Ristau says

    This kit looks great for adults, too! I have made cake pops in the past but would love to make them with my grandkids. I think we’d start plain and work up to pumpkins for Halloween. Thanks for the chance to win.

  23. Tiffany H says

    I would experiment more with decorations at first, probably doing different holidays for my school, my kids school, and family.

  24. says

    Oh Good Heavens… I’m not sure who would enjoy this more… my daughter or myself!!! We haven’t started in the world of cake pops yet, but we’ve been talking about trying. This would give us that boost!!!!

  25. amanda wilkins says

    i would most def make some cake pops for my brother with autism and prolly find a recipe for doggie pops for the dogs i have :)

  26. Denise J Kinder says

    I can’t wait for this “toy” to hit the shelves. I want it for myself !! I think one of my first cake pops I would try to make would be possibly orange with vanilla frosting or possibly a strawberry flavored cake pop !!

  27. Rheanna says

    This would be perfect for my daughter! She loves to bake and create and I have to admit, I’m not the best at helping her be a part of that all the time—this would be fantastic!

  28. Rheanna says

    I would totally make chocolate with cream cheese frosting—any chance I get to add cream cheese—it makes life so much better!

  29. Jenny petrovi says

    How fun and cute! My 6 and 4 year old girls would have so much fun helping me in the kitchen with this adorable kit!!

  30. Stephanie says

    This is the perfect Christmas gift. It’s too bad that they made it to be geared towards girl. My son loves to bake too. He and I would have a great time making these.

  31. Adela Ponce says

    This would be the perfect birthday present for my niece. We would make chocolate / chocolate cake pops, of course. :)

  32. abhi says

    OMG this is so cool.. i was thinking this as a gift for my 9yr old nephew (who btw loves baking and being creative in kitchen). this might sound mean but now i want this for myself first….

  33. Brandi Davis Bryant says

    My daughter would LOVE this! She loves to “play” in the kitchen like her mom. Thanks for the giveaway. Good luck everyone.

  34. Tina says

    Red velvet or white cake mix balls or something for Halloween. This would be a fun activity to do with my son, especially since it would help with fine motor skills. Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

  35. Camel Raymonvil says

    I would absolutely LOVE to win this! It looks so fun and it’d definitely make the cake pop experience more enjoyable :))

  36. Sara says

    Wow – this would be so helpful! I always manage to ruin cake pop batches.

    I think I would make a red velvet cake pop set – have never been able to successfully do it.

  37. Diane says

    This is so cute!! I saw a picture of this kit a week ago, but now seeing it in action I think I will HAVE to get it for my kiddos. We would love making any of the shapes, but cupcake shapes are our favorite. Thank you for giving us the chance to win! :)

  38. Heather Gavin says

    My little girl would love one of these and then perhaps I could work up enough courage to make cake pops for the first time!

  39. Char says

    My 10 and 11 year old daughters would love this! Who doesn’t like cake? I just might have to give it a try as well……..

  40. Tracy says

    My 12 year old son would really love to win so he could make these to take to school for his birthday in November. He’s been really interested in learning to make things especially baking:)

  41. says

    I would make sweet potato brownie pops!!! They are so delicious just as brownies…I can’t imagine how delectable they will be covered with white chocolate or an icing.

  42. says

    I have yet to make cake pops very successfully, so I think this set could really help me! I would have to start with the basic pops and then I would love to try the cupcake pops!

  43. Liz B says

    I’d have the kids make some for their baby brother’s 1st b-day party! (Yo gabba gabba! I bet Muno would be pretty easy! Red with an eyeball. LOL So White cake-frosting etc -all dyed to the primary colors.

  44. Kathy says

    I would definitely steal this from my daughters lol!! Cake Pops are fun to eat but a lot of work to make, so I would definitely try this out myself!!

  45. Tanya K. Moyer says

    I would definitely start out with chocolate!! But I would bring out the sprinkles and go crazy!!! After that, definitely just start trying different flavors of cake mixes!! I want one of these so badly for my daughter (and me) to play with!!! :) I am definitely thinking of Christmas for her, but would love to win one now!! ;)

  46. Jennifer says

    My daughter would LOVE this! She likes chocolate cake so we would probably start off making chocolate cake pops with sprinkles. :)

  47. Nicole says

    I would definitely want to try and make some kind of pumpkin cake pop ; ) maybe with some type of cream cheese frosting/drizzle! YUM!!

  48. Alexandra says

    I guess I’d be a kid again, cuz I love this kit! I’ve never made cake pops before but would love to have some for my daughter’s birthday, so that would be my first adventure!

  49. Lisa in NY says

    Chocoloate chocolate as usual! They are everyones favorite. Maybe I will add some choc chips or some type of fall colors!

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