Cake Balls (aka un-cooked, disgusting dough balls) on a stick.
"They're like cake - on a stick"
They're cooked aren't they?
They're sooooo rich. I LOVE the chocolate turtle caramel dove bar devil's food ones with the sprinkles. They're sooooo rich. Ginger down the hall in packaging has a niece who makes them for special occasions, like wedding receptions and baby funerals. They get the angel cake ones. But God they're so good. And she makes eight inch ones with a cream filling, so nice and dark brown and warm. I like to lick the frosting first and then gobble the whole pop in one big sloppy gulp. Oooooo - I think I peed me a little spot there. Oh. It's sticky.
A little late to the party, arentcha, OP?
Those pop makers have been around for years.
They're too much of a hassle to make.
I have a pop baker, used it only once.
Wait - it's a lollipop made out of cake?
Is this necessary or desirable for any reason?
R8 is the type of person to have a cake pop baker, and yet has the nerve to diss the OP.
It's the culinary equivalent of scrapbooking.
Oh stop being so "over" everything, people. They taste good and they are small so you can eat them without feeling too guilty.
they make GREAT sex toys
They are like Dunkin Donuts munchkins with icing on a stick.
Can't you just eat less, R12?
STFU R12, they DO NOT taste good.
I like to drizzle mine with Poopouri before I dip them in melted chocolate.
They taste good, but if someone charged you the same price for a slice of cake that was that small, we'd think it was ridiculous.
But put it on a stick and you can charge whatever you want.
-r8- : You had a 'pop baker' --- talk about a 'Mary!' moment!
Every cake ball I have ever sampled -- home-made or store-bought, has a glue-y, goopy texture. And all the 'exotic flavors' : FAIL.
I see them as the equivalent of the once-lauded 'Chocolate Fountain': an intriguing concept, but the product was inedible.
cak balls, people. Please. This is DL!!!
Seriously, they always LOOK wa-aaaaay better than they taste. They're awful and they need to DIE.
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