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post #16 of 212
I have to say I was impressed after watching the little video, seriously thinking about it...
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post #17 of 212
I've never made a cake pop in my life. Don't really have any plans to do them on any sort of scale, either.

But I LOVE that! LOL!!!
Inside this fat body, there's a thin woman screaming to get out...... but I can usually shut her up with chocolate!
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post #18 of 212
never made a cake pop in my life.. Ordered it though... I have some plans!!!

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post #19 of 212
Okay, this looks cool, I'll give you that. But is it just me or is the time consuming part really the dipping, not the cake ball rolling? It takes me FOREVER to dip them (which is why I now refuse to make them). Granted, I'm a perfectionist and they have to be perfectly smooth, but honestly, it takes like an hour to dip a couple dozen. If they can come up with a faster way to dip them, I'm in!
post #20 of 212
Placed my order.
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post #21 of 212
I absolutely hate the dipping...however cake pops have that stick that would be much easier to deal with I think.
The bakery I worked for had a girl who dipped all the cakeballs and she did a phenomenal job. She could do a dozen in less than 5 minutes...and they were perfect. If we'd had this device, we could have cranked out tons of them. Wish I could afford it just to have it!

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post #22 of 212
Oh I agree it is a nice product and would make cake balls/pops much quicker and faster, but as a hobby cake baker who doesn't even really promote the cake balls it just isn't in the budget ... plus I would REALLY have to increase the price of the cake pops to start making a profit again after this purchase ..





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post #23 of 212
I have seen"cake bites" ON QVC and it got me thinking about using candy molds for the cake pops. I made cake balls recently and it did not take as long as it did the first time I made them, however, I thought if you make them in candy molds. (make the cake ball dough, let it chil, then paint candy molds with the chocolate and press the cake dough in it, the top with the chocolate) it makes it look nicer. I am making easter egg ones for Easter, the for every day ones I have a special candy mold I am going to use. thumbs_up.gif
post #24 of 212
I've tried doing them in the candy mold and I think it's harder.
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post #25 of 212
But I do tend to work in large volumes.
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post #26 of 212
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Originally Posted by ritterwoman

I have seen"cake bites" ON QVC and it got me thinking about using candy molds for the cake pops. I made cake balls recently and it did not take as long as it did the first time I made them, however, I thought if you make them in candy molds. (make the cake ball dough, let it chil, then paint candy molds with the chocolate and press the cake dough in it, the top with the chocolate) it makes it look nicer. I am making easter egg ones for Easter, the for every day ones I have a special candy mold I am going to use. thumbs_up.gif



Let us know how they turn out!

BTW, I went to QVC to check out these Cake Bites and I looked up the nutritional ingredients and was shocked to see that they were coated with a coating and not REAL chocolate. These are way to expensive and they are marketing them as covered in chocolate. If it is not real chocolate it should not be marketed as chocolate, should it?
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Yes, they are the same.
post #29 of 212
I wish it made the balls a bit smaller. 1.5" is about the size of my finished, coated ball. Someone should develop a device with interchangeable grids to make different sized balls. THAT would be something I'd buy!! Still, I hope she reaches her minimum. I know there are several people on here who will be disappointed if she doesn't!
post #30 of 212
The link doesn't work and when I try to go to just heavenlycakepops.com, I get a screen that says it can't find the address. Does anyone know what happened to this site?
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