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post #226 of 241
Mine came with a syringe. I haven't tried it out yet.
post #227 of 241
The syringe is taped to the styrofoam! I almost threw mine out.
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post #228 of 241
I just bought one yesterday, came home, "washed" it, and went to work, testing it for my daughter's birthday party next weekend. I used my mini cupcake scooper, and it was perfect size as they came out perfectly. I LOVE this machine. I got it with a 20% off coupon from BB&B, so with tax I paid 17.00. I am going to pick up another.
post #229 of 241
For all you Canadian bakers..Babycakes in now available in Canada at Sears.ca and Bed Bath and Beyond.ca..I just purcahsed mine yeaterday!!!Yeah.... thumbs_up.gif

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post #230 of 241
Just saw this in the Sears flyer yesterday. They also have the cupcake maker.
Home Hardware also sells a betty crocker cupcake maker about half the price of the babycakes one. Anyone have both? ...Like one over the other?...

I got my cake pop maker in the summer when my parents vacationed in the states and I begged them to bring me one home!
I like it but have noticed some of the cakepops bake up hollow in the middle.
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post #231 of 241
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Originally Posted by cookiemama2

The syringe is taped to the styrofoam! I almost threw mine out.




Oh! And I broke it the first time I used it!
The rubbery plunger was stuck inside of it and the "stem" popped off , so I finally got the rubbery part out and attached to the "stem " /plunger part, filled it and the handle snapped off on the first push!
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post #232 of 241
Oh man..let's hope I don't have the same problems....

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post #233 of 241
Went to my Kohl's today and they had a whole bunch of the cake pop makers.
post #234 of 241
BJ's has a whole bunch too!!
post #235 of 241
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Originally Posted by Cristi-Tutty

BJ's has a whole bunch too!!



Yep, got mine from BJ's, but theirs don't come with the Plunger.
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post #236 of 241
Okay...so I tried my Babycakes cakepop maker today for the first time since I got it for Christmas..Here is what I found...

Bakes up really quick...Like 3-4 minutes..I did use a regular cake mix as I had leftover batter from an order..It was white cake so the cakepops got quite brown on the outside but tasted good.The only thing is I don't think they would be sturdy enough for a stick unless you use a heavier recipe (Which probably is in the book ) but a regular mix is too soft..My kids liked them for a snack.Great for a treat..Not a waste of money but I don't think I will use it for customer orders for cakepops..The old method seems to hold the stick better.JMO icon_smile.gif

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post #237 of 241
After reading this thread I'm going to be on the search for one. Just have a couple of questions: Do you freeze the cake balls after they cool before dipping? Also, read the post about adding liquor--would that be to the chocolate (melts) or in the cake? Can't wait to find one & try it.
post #238 of 241
Publix has an oven similar to this for $20 by Nostalgia Electronics. I haven't tried it out yet. But I'm excited! icon_biggrin.gif
post #239 of 241
I got mine on Saterday at M's. Loving it so far. Silly question can i use chocolate chips to coat the cake pop. Or is too much extra work?
post #240 of 241
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Originally Posted by vita752001

I tried the machine today, I'm a little disappointed because the balls are so tiny compare to the one I usually make. I like my "Nostalgia Donut Hole Maker" better, it produce bigger cake balls, a little too big though, but I think it's better. I bought 3 babycakes machines icon_sad.gif my sister doesn't want it after she saw the result. Well since I already use it, I'll keep mine, I can use it if I want to make small balls someday, but will return the other 2 unused ones.

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Hi, I'm new to this forum, I was looking for an analysis on the machines that make cake pops, and I want to know which is better, and that you have used them; I'm between NOSTALGIA (7 balls) and the BABYCAKES (12 balls), but but say they are more small, ¿Which machine do you recommend to purchase?
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